I don't have much but I figure a recession is coming and the rich seem to be able to do a lot. Even if I don't have the buying power like them is there anything the middle/lower class can do to not get fucked or even benefit from a recession/financial crisis (2008 style)? Tips please! I'm in the UK if that's relevant submitted by /u/Powerdwarf_Kira [link] [comments]
Who the hell fought that teaching 5 year olds about sexualities is a good idea.... These kids are not old enough to be atracted to anyone. Same goes for putting gay characters in kids cartoons... I saw that people were angry because the movie "Luca" didn't have gay characters despite the fact that the kids in the movie are 8 years old... Why are people so obsessed with teaching kids about gaynes submitted by /u/martiblq [link] [comments]
In almost every movie ever, it's always two really attractive people who end up falling in love and that's fine, but y'know, that's getting a bit old so give us some movies where two people who are considered unattractive fall in love. submitted by /u/LeviAckerwoman [link] [comments]
Be kind to people when they do anything for you. If somebody asks you over for dinner, no matter how the food tastes be polite and say it is good. You are not deceiving them. All you are doing is respecting all the effort they put into making this meal for you. If someone helps you get to the airport, be thankful for their gesture no matter how horrible the ride to the airport is. These are just two examples but doing so only makes them feel good about the effort they put in and build a better bond between the two. FYI, I am not a relationship expert but this works for me. submitted by /u/rustypiercing [link] [comments]
My aunt is a little obsessive with sending cards around each holiday. I started just throwing them into a shoebox because I felt bad about throwing them away. For her birthday last year I took a posterboard and taped them all up. I sent her a picture of me posing in front of it with a huge thank you. She called me very emotionally to tell me how much it meant to her that I had liked her cards. I think it was better than any gift I could have given her. submitted by /u/FortyThreecifer [link] [comments]
Honestly, I get what they mean and what they're trying to do, but this type of peptalk just gets under my skin. For context, I've been diagnosed with a mild form of ADHD. Always thought there was something up with me and i'm happy I found out what it was. I started to Google some stuff and searched for positive aspects of ADHD, as there are several. But one of the things that always gets under my skin is these types of peptalk. And this is for several reasons: By using a succesful person to show that you can still go to great lengths, you immediatly cast a shadow over people who struggled with these disorders for their whole lives. These people might come from a dark place. Showing succesful people just makes the person with the disorder compare himself with the succesful pers...
When your friend finally finds the courage to come out of the mental illness shadows (on or offline) please follow up the obligatory “I’m here if you need to talk,” with actually talking to them and asking how they are. Don’t just leave it at that. Keep checking in. They probably really want to talk. submitted by /u/PixieManic [link] [comments]
You can fight me on this but the only time when he was actually ok at a role was in the pursuit of happiness and even at that he was only good not great. Just whenever I see him on screen I always see will smith I never see the character he’s portraying submitted by /u/Pollow24 [link] [comments]