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Just think about the franchise names 9 comments
schemajoy · 1 week ago
Isn’t that what all the 80’s and 90’s coming of age “classics” are all about?
Dr. Seuss 10 comments
schemajoy · 2 weeks ago
He was also antisemitic
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Accurate 5 comments
schemajoy · 2 weeks ago
As long as you’re in the right of 2+ lanes, I support this. If not, get out of the passing lane!
Chose your heroes wisely 12 comments
schemajoy · 2 weeks ago
There’s no required mutual exclusivity... you can appreciate both. Pitting supporters and individuals against one another is a distraction. Slight of hand. Don’t fall for it.
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Happy Birthday tooo meee 13 comments
schemajoy · 2 weeks ago
Happy birthday!!!
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Cyborg clones - it's an epidemic 4 comments
schemajoy · 3 weeks ago
My husband and I have a code phrase for if one of us dies and a charlatan/medium tries to take advantage our the other’s emotional state (a la Ghost)
Airborne Infantry Land in Normandy (June 6th, 1944) 4 comments
schemajoy · 4 weeks ago
Imagine being the fucking wolf
As a guy I find this hillariously true 2 comments
schemajoy · 5 weeks ago
Sometimes it’s both
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What a disaster that would be 10 comments
schemajoy · 11 weeks ago
Oh shit, I see what you did there
What a disaster that would be 10 comments
schemajoy · 11 weeks ago
Thanks guest! Over simplified assumptions about poverty and government programs breed hatred and more ignorance.
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Faith in humanity restored 6 comments
schemajoy · 11 weeks ago
That’s not how neonatal care works
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Unlucky 13 comments
schemajoy · 12 weeks ago
All my nosepicking is actually saving me from this type of disaster. Yessssss
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This is epic! 4 comments
schemajoy · 15 weeks ago
But also... condoms are only 85% effective when used in the real world.
Moms got to stick together! 7 comments
schemajoy · 22 weeks ago
My cat just peed on my bed when I got pregnant
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Don't be in the fools club 20 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
...I don’t think you actually read my comments. I agree with you 100% about western medicine. I work in a hospital. People make their own choices with regard to their treatments, and as a psychologist I’m sure you know that self determination is key when it comes to the success of patients’ course of care. In mine, and in the minds of most people I know who use and have been educated in and actually practice homeopathic medicine, these choices are based on a number of factors. I have no idea where you live, and I can’t imagine how upsetting it is to know and see what you have/do. I am fortunate enough to have been exposed to both types of medicine, and I have the right to treat my ailments how I like. Western medicine is magnificent, but it is not perfect. The same goes for homeopathy. I get vaccinated. I have c-sections. I encourage my patients to follow their md’s advice. But there are ways that western medicine has failed me and homeopathy has helped. Because it has saved my life.
Don't be in the fools club 20 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
It’s ok, no need to apologize. I work with neonatologists and pharmacists in a hospital who have been educated about it, and use homeopathy for themselves in their personal lives. I don’t claim to be educated in medicine, I’m and LMSW. But I do have bipolar disorder, diagnosed and treated by a psychiatrist, and then psychologist for years with little reduction of symptoms, and constant side effects from meds. Call it placebo if you’d like, but I’m living a life I never dreamed possible after watching multiple family members with the same diagnosis destroy every significant relationship they had. I spend way less money on homeopathy than I did on western treatment. I recognize that my story is merely anecdotal evidence, but in my specific personal experience, this shit works.
Don't be in the fools club 20 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
If you speak to medical professionals like physicians and pharmacists who were educated outside the US, most were educated about homeopathy alongside western med and recognize that it is the basis of modern pharmacology, and can be helpful in a lot of ways. Medicine doesn’t have to be mutually exclusive. I’ve treated my bipolar disorder for well over a decade with homeopathic medicine. Successfully. From 6-10 manic episodes and depressive per month to maybe one every few years. When the western meds made me sick. Western and non-western meds can work a long side one another.
Mutant wolf 3 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
Bottom right is a Brussels griffin
LPT: Keep something important in the backseat to avoid forgetting your child 6 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
There are a lot of factors that could contribute to the tragedy that you may not have encountered. The mockery is unnecessary, is all I’m saying
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LPT: Keep something important in the backseat to avoid forgetting your child 6 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
I hate the posts mocking this, they are clearly from people who are not parents. When you have a kid you operate on an entirely different plain of sleep deprivation and exhaustion. It’s horrific that this happens and it breaks my heart, but being a parent I understand how it could. Suggesting that parents take extra precautions is not a bad thing, especially if it can save a child.
Men will know 11 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
I shake...
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dEAth 6 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
Better add 0’s to all those numbers
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What do you think about it 28 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
You’re welcome. My dad has borderline personality disorder and was extremely volatile. I also have a number of family members with bipolar disorder, a lot of volatility there as well. I’m in my 30’s now and no longer have a relationship with my father. It was better for me to cut him out of my life rather than go on his rollercoaster. What’s frustrating is how infrequently people with bad behavior take responsibility for it. I also have bipolar disorder, but work my ass off every day to manage it because I never want to do to others what has been done to me. No one deserves to be abused. And no one has the right to abuse another. Family included. You deserve love and kindness and patience.
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What do you think about it 28 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
I’m so sorry you went through that. Some parents aren’t good at putting their children first all the time, and it sounds like maybe she is either in denial of it having happened, or maybe she even blocked it from her memory. In no way can a person be diagnosed based on a snippet of a story, but I have known people to have that kind of behavior who have mental health conditions. Whatever was going on, it wasn’t you who caused it, and you certainly didn’t deserve it. I won’t tell you things will get better with your mom, but things in life can get better, and your strength and coping will grow and expand.
What do you think about it 28 comments
schemajoy · 1 year ago
I also broke the cycle of abuse. It took a lot of work and therapy. You can see how this theory has some logic to it: it’s true that children who grow up in abusive homes tend to have a heightened awareness of the emotions of those around them as a survival tactic. But that’s not quite what empathy is. It is also true that a lot of people in helping fields (in my case social work) have been through trauma and feel compelled to help others.
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