When I was hired I was very very clear I could and would only work 3 days a week. I said my availability was open but due to my mental health issues 3 days a week was a max number of days I could work. My boss agreed and was super nice. Fast forward 5 months and I'm being scheduled 5 days a week. When I asked my boss wtf, they basically said I'd be fired if I complained. I have no idea what to do but I can't keep working this much or I'll have a mental breakdown.
I would just let them know. “So and So promised me a 3 day work schedule and gradually I am being bumped up to 5 days every week and it is taking a toll on me. Do you mind taking me back to 3 days per week." I’m not sure how reasonable your employer is but any reasonable person would be happy to comply since you were promised that upon hiring. GOOD LUCK! -Mandie
Ok seriously guys what. I cannot express how happy I am that this blog has over 1,000 followers. I don’t really have any ideas for what to do at this mile stone so if you guys could give me some ideas I would really appreciate it!
you are really stupid... he killed you and you trust him no wait: you are happy that he did it? how can you trust a person that did THAT to you? rhadamanthys doesn't have heart and feelings for you for sure
“I am not interested to know your opinion. You can’t know what there is behind his shiny armor like I do, you have no idea and you are not allowed to judge him… I don’t doubt his feelings for me exactly as I don’t doubt any of his decisions: lord Rhadamanthys is the purest and noblest man of all. I trust all that he does and that he says because I know he is right.”
[Feyhestra carefully dabbed a bit of scented oils on the letter, slightly earthy, but with strong floral notes]
To my dearest Ravenia,
I truly hope this letter finds you in good health, and free from worry about the “incidents” within the Sunguard. I apologize for having to be the bearer of such bad news last night, but I sought to ensure your safety.
In terms of good news though I have started an illustrative naturalists journal, where I have been drawing and studying the beasts of Azeroth, and to an extent, Draenor. I have finished one such entry on Teroclaws, to give me a better idea of how to care for Flametalon. (Teroclaws are more odd than I imagined) Should you be interested I am more than happy to share this with you, if you have any ideas for what beast I should do next, please write me back.
I am american. This is my home. Why would I devote emotional energy to being upset over things in other countries that 1: I know nothing about, 2: don’t affect me, and 3: I can do nothing to solve?
I’m already mentally exhausted dealing with my own hellhole, you want me to be mad about yours too? Do you have any idea how hard I have to work to avoid being miserable 24/7? Nope. Keep that drama away from me. Gonna be happy and play games.
hey! i turned my sister vegetarian as a stepping stone into veganism and im really happy about that because she is really hard to motivate and convince as she doesn't commit to things usually and its really hard for her to maintain herself within that commitment (idk if that makes sense?) do you have any ideas about how to keep her motivated and asure her that this is the best for her? im full on with the documentaries, youtube videos, etc. i need her to make the connection. thank you so much
Honestly, that’s how I am. When I stopped eating meat I expected that I would be back to chowing on burgers within a week, I have zero self-control and less than zero motivation. Does she want to go vegan? If so, my best advice is for her to dive straight in. That’s what helped me go vegan, I felt obligated to stop eating animal products once I said, “I’m vegan, that’s final.” And I’m really proud that after that I never gave in, maybe she would feel the same if she has problems with commitment? The longer I’m vegan the more confident I am that I will never eat or use animal products.
If she isn’t too interested in going vegan, but you’ve shown her all of the facts I’m not sure what you can do. Try making vegan meals with her, use fancy vegan recipes, going grocery shopping, going to vegan cafes and restaurants. If you can, find a way to spend time with chickens and cows. It might be harder for her to eat eggs and dairy if she feels personally connected to the animals.