1. https://www.google.com/amp/s/theconversation.com/amp/how-the-satanic-temple-is-using-abortion-rituals-to-claim-religious-liberty-against-the-texas-heartbeat-bill-167755

  2. This is true. lol I have no documented proof. This is all coming from my analytic observations lol

  3. Journaling is always a good idea. But in what way are we connected? We're similar in that we're build on the same building blocks (atoms, neutrons, electrons, etc etc), but we aren't connected to each thing and each other in a way that is relatively noticeable. Everything is already set in motion and will follow its path accordingly. Perhaps we answer differently to the old question: Free will, does it exist? Death is the opposite of life. Definition of life is a bit of a blurred line somewhere, but i'm assuming it means consciousness. So death would be; not existing. No consciousness, no life to pass on. Although in a romantic way you can say someone keeps living so long they are remembered. We're just a bunch of chemicals in a meat suit.

  4. Ah, so you believe in fate? I don't believe that everything is already set in motion. I mean yeah, the universe isn't completely chaotic--there are rules and scientific laws. But I still believe that things--anything almost--can change at any moment and go off its intended course.

  5. When I was a kid my dad would put CD's in the microwave for fun. Not because he thought you had to literally burn a disc, he just liked fireworks. I can still smell the burnt plastic lmao

  6. Probably AOL internet trial CDs. ๐Ÿ˜†

  7. As a birdwatcher not on the Australian continent, this quip made me laugh so hard I snorted out my water then accidentally re-inhaled it, making my lungs think I was about to sacrifice a case of pneumonia for a well-timed, hilarious mental image.

  8. The sequel to the Chernobyl tv series is gonna be lit.

  9. No, you're just in pain. A LOT of pain. You are not alone.

  10. I got it done back in January. The effects lasted about 2-3 weeks for me. It was $2000. I had to take out a loan to get it. Have you seen

  11. Love love love the bumblebee jasper ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’›

  12. Left to right: Indonesian Amethyst, Snowflake Obsidian, Moss Agate, Bumblebee Jasper, Rhodonite

  13. They've never been to the emotionally traumatic places where we have been. It's difficult for them to even image it. Infact, it's traumatic for them to even imagine it. So, have mercy on them. You don't want them to know of the horrors that you have seen.

  14. I wouldn't say I'm cured, but in the past year, I've made MASSIVE progress.

  15. Computer science? Look for a help desk or call center job. Usually those are close to entry level. Sometimes they're even remote. Yes, you have to take calls and talk to idiots all day, BUT they usually have shifts all day and pay more than minimum wage.

  16. Do they/Did they ever put up Christmas trees, go Easter egg hunting, or Trick-or-Treating? All that shit's pagan. Also, tell them to read Pagan Christianity by the Christian author Frank Viola.

  17. I'd say Jade. And idk why, but I want to say Citrine too.

  18. Black Tourmaline will keep the negative energy away

  19. Thanks so much! Where's the info for the discord server? You're welcome to DM anytime. Thanks again

  20. I can identify with this So. Damn. Much.

  21. It's painful! A unfillable void exists.

  22. I often get told I'm hyper emotional. And to a point, that's true. But, when you have trauma, you usually have a bunch of pent up emotional shit that you need to release.

  23. Emotions can be a beautiful thing. They also can be very scary. I was disassociated from joy for most of my life until recently. When I did finally feel it, it was fantastic, but at the same time, terrorfying. I ended up feeling joy, but at the same time feeling disassociated from it. It felt foreign, like a delusion and for a short time I wondered if I had a psychotic break. But with good therapy and meditation I was able to start associating this emotion with some normalcy. It's ok to feel joy. It doesn't mean you're delusional.

  24. The book is an an in depth description of structural dissociation. Basically where and why does the brain dissociate due to trauma, how does that turn into symptoms, and how can it be treated.

  25. YES! I've been looking for more info on structural disassociation! I'm gonna buy this today!

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