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[ - ] Can someone rec a good pediatrician in Manhattan? Willing to travel anywhere in Manhattan south of 96th street (live in BPC) for a ped who has seen a lot and has good connections to specialists. DD has some special health issues and although I like current ped, when he is not available there is too much drama with the rest of the practice. 9 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
Preschool/Kids 08.01.14, 09:57 PM Flag
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Westside Pediatrics. Amy deMattia. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:47 PM Flag
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Thanks. [ Reply | More ]
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Not worth the commute. Find someone closer [ Reply | More ]
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Pediatric associates? 34th east side [ Reply | More ]
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Overrated [ Reply | More ]
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Do you ha e a suggestion or do you only comment on others? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:56 PM Flag
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I like them and they have good connections to specialists. [ Reply | More ]
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Carnegie hill pediatrics. I switched here -- also with a complicated DC. Connected to Mt. Sinai specialists. The doctors are all good. [ Reply | More ]
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Carnegie hill pediatrics. I switched here -- also with a complicated DC. Connected to Mt. Sinai specialists. The doctors are all good. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Why do doctors recommend at least 3 year spacing between each baby? Is it purely because of the mother's body and healing after pregnancy or is it somehow also better for the baby? 7 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:56 PM Flag
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What? Do toes do t all recommend this [ Reply | More ]
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huh? [ Reply | More ]
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They recommend 1.5 years from birth to the next conception because it has better outcomes for the 2nd baby. [ Reply | More ]
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np: last I remember the ideal time to conceive a baby was 18-23 months after the prior birth, as blood vessels were still enlarged and there were other benefits to the new baby, while mom had recovered depleted nutrients and healed from the prior baby. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:15 PM Flag
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Less than 2 yrs apart is linked to autism [ Reply | More ]
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For generations woman had babies close together. EVERYTHING is a link to autism today [ Reply | More ]
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Exactly. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Middle aged is the age range between ____ and _____. 23 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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38 and 55 [ Reply | More ]
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this [ Reply | More ]
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38's too young - even 30 years ago, people said middle age started at 40. [ Reply | More ]
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OR okay, that's fine 38, 40 are just two years apart. If you want to say 40 it's very close. [ Reply | More ]
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40-50 [ Reply | More ]
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huh? Advance maternal age is 35, as many women are infertile in their late 30. 30s is definitely middle aged. 20s is young. [ Reply | More ]
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I felt young at age 35. Age 55 now and starting to feel old. Difference is I had young children at age 35 and now my kids are all out of the house and the older ones have lives of their own so I feel old. [ Reply | More ]
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She didnt ask about maternal age. [ Reply | More ]
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40s, no one is living to 110 [ Reply | More ]
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30-60 [ Reply | More ]
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Da fuq? No, 60 is senior citizen [ Reply | More ]
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You live to 120? [ Reply | More ]
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after first kid is born to after last kid leaves for college [ Reply | More ]
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that's a nyc centric view. If your first kid is born when you're 21 you don't feel old and if they leave for college when you are 38 you don't feel old. [ Reply | More ]
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It's an NYC centric view to think having kids in your 30s is an NYC centric view. I posted the "after first kid" post from Indiana. I'm 28, and none of my finds plan to have kids until age 30 [ Reply | More ]
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40-60 [ Reply | More ]
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this sounds about right. I don't consider someone a "senior" until 60. [ Reply | More ]
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55 and above is considered a senior citizen. So I say 30-50 [ Reply | More ]
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This [ Reply | More ]
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early 30's you still feel young not middle aged. [ Reply | More ]
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In Manhattan 80 is upper middle aged. [ Reply | More ]
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30-59 [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] What's a good place to celebrate my brother's 30th birthday in the Hamptons? Staying in Wainscott. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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If he is gay. Then Almond or Fresno, if he is laid back and chill Bell and Anchor, if he is looking for a gf then go for an early dinner and dump him off at a bar [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:22 PM Flag
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Bobby Vans [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] DH here. I grew up in the West and enjoyed camping and hiking with my family. I have been in NYC for many years and miss the outdoors. I have some free time this August and two young DC (2 and 5 yo). I would like to take them camping for one night this month. Build a fire, roast marshmallows, etc. My wife is freaking out, says I like doing weird, stupid things (like camping), that I will take them over her dead body, "It is about you, you are an old monkey, you don't think about other people!". I understand if she does not want to go, but I would like to have this experience with the kids. 33 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Just make sure u check them for ticks everyday. Thoroughly. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:02 PM Flag
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Thank you for the advice. We don't have ticks where I grew up. The issue for me is not my comfort in taking them, it is that she is hysterically reacting to this and yelling about how this more proof that we are incompatible. Aren't we allowed to have separate interests? Is it unreasonable for me to take the kids out? [ Reply | More ]
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Wait, are you talking about having them away from her for several days and/or visiting in-laws who she doesn't want to see? In other words, do you think she's reacting to something she's not vocalizing? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:58 PM Flag
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No in-laws. The idea obviously makes her very uncomfortable. I was proposing one night in a campground an hour away from NYC. [ Reply | More ]
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Well there are probably ticks, then-- you brought up where you grew up which is what made me ask. But it doesn't sound like ticks are her concern. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:28 PM Flag
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See backyard idea below. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:12 PM Flag
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Good idea. We are in an apartment, so maybe a living room thing? [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:09 PM Flag
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That's not camping. You guys are nuts [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:16 PM Flag
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You don't need her permission [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:53 PM Flag
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Yes, they need to be in agreement. She should suck it up and help him realize this dream w the kids. I would never let my husband take our kids somewhere if we weren't in agreement and vice versa. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:18 PM Flag
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Camp in the backyard for one night. Meanwhile, plan a trip to the Grand Canyon or Yellowstone for a real camping trip. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:54 PM Flag
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with a 2 year old? why? [ Reply | More ]
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There is nothing wrong with his plan. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 09:57 PM Flag
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This is a good middle ground until you can sort through the larger issue with dw. sounds like her argument is not really about camping. Figure out what it is really about. [ Reply | More ]
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Np agree [ Reply | More ]
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That is what is hard. I am fine discussing things, but I do not feel like I am hearing from her what it is really about. [ Reply | More ]
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She hates camping and thinks you are incompetent and incapable of caring for the children. Did you not know she hated outdoors before you married her? [ Reply | More ]
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Any advice about how to "figure out what it is really about"? Clueless guy here. [ Reply | More ]
General Topics 08.01.14, 10:21 PM Flag
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I think you should be able to go... the two yo might be a challenge if your wife doesn't go (keeping out of poison ivy, the fire, etc), so maybe offer to go with five yo and let her and two yo stay home this year? I love camping but with little ones you need plenty of supervision. [ Reply | More ]
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That's true, that is what I was thinking. However, the 2 yo really enjoys the outdoors and doesn't like being left behind. But I could definitely do that. [ Reply | More ]
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There is a whole industry built around camping and enjoying the outdoors.How is it weird.Sounds like a great experience for your kids. [ Reply | More ]
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Yes, she says "What kind of person likes this kind of stuff? You're so weird." Background: she is from Africa and grew up in a very rural jungle. So she grew up around nature. Her mother cooked on the fire, but they had rooms and beds. She can't see why someone would go into the jungle to live with the animals. [ Reply | More ]
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Wow, sounds like a story. Were her parents missionaries? [ Reply | More ]
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No she is African. [ Reply | More ]
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Oh so it's more of a cultural thing? I'd just flat-out say that this is an important part of your culture and upbringing and you want to share it with your kids- that you need her to show some understanding. I'm not in a cross-cultural relationship, but I imagine these conversations come up once in a while, no? And are you sure she has a full picture of what it is- singing and telling stories around the campfire, special camping foods, talking sleepily in the tent with the crickets and fireflies in the background, lying in the grass and watching the stars, etc... paint a picture of the communion with nature and the nostalgia of it all. [ Reply | More ]
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Fake [ Reply | More ]
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I'd wait a year or two if your wife won't be there. Or, the campout in the back yard is a great fun idea! [ Reply | More ]
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Your wife is nuts. [ Reply | More ]
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She's crazy town. I haven't done it with my boys yet (4 and 6) but that's not because i think it's a bad idea. If your kids are ok w the dark and being away from mom, go for it. Stokes state forest has a very safe situation where you can drive up to a campsite. [ Reply | More ]
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My DH takes our DD on a camping trip every year--often for 5-7 days. They've done extensive 40 mile hikes; river rafting; kayaking; etc. She loves it. It's great bonding time for the two of them and I know it makes her feel competent--learning how to start/keep a fire, pitching a tent, cooking outside, carrying supplies, etc. She is now 12 but has been building up to harder trips since she was about 7. Prior to that, he took her on "car camping" trips. Tell your wife that there are a lot of benefits in terms of quality time, plus building an appreciation for the environment and the outdoors--and for physical fitness. [ Reply | More ]
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That is wonderful. It is exactly that experience and bonding that I want for my kids. Unfortunately, as a poster above mentioned, it does not seem like it is about camping as she has not been receptive to (what I consider to be) reasonable arguments. [ Reply | More ]
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Depends, how are you hung? is it worth it [ Reply | More ]
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Wow you want take my kids and leave me home alone, sounds like something I would push my dh to do if he liked camping... [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] What's a good place in the Hamptons to celebrate my brothers 30th birthday? Staying in Wainscott. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Love Annapolis,went to the large boat show in early Oct.a could of years ago. Felt like I stepped into Jane Austen novel. [ Reply | More ]
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Oops mixed up from above. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Today on my way home, I took a close look at the people I saw on the street. Very interesting. I work in midtown and commute back to the UES on the green line. NY is really amazingly diverse. During my commute, I would estimate that a majority of people I saw were non-white (even on the UES). To the extent that I saw whites, many times they were ethnically ambiguous, probably Italians or something. I saw very few Nordic/Aryan looking people. Many of the blondes I saw had brown, as opposed to light colored, eyes. It was really interesting to quantify the rarity of the Elin Nordegren look -- it is really super rare! I can see why fashion models and other exotics are so often waify blondes, because the look in real life is very rare. 10 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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I am currently in the Midwest. At least half if the people I saw today had blonde hair and blue eyes. [ Reply | More ]
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How many of them were fat, ugly, or both? Not to be mean per se, but statement of fact is what I'm looking for. Most people of any general description aren't attractive; being fair isn't a ticket to beauty. [ Reply | More ]
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OP. A surprising number of the new yorkers I saw were fat. Despite being pedestrians, I would say 50 percent of people I saw could lose at least 20 pounds [ Reply | More ]
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It's a Friday in August. Normal white, fit New Yorkers are out of town. The ratio of poor/working class people to regular people is skewed. Also there are a lot of tourists here right now [ Reply | More ]
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Uptowners are not generally that good looking. [ Reply | More ]
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"The ratio of poor/working class people to REGULAR PEOPLE"?? [ Reply | More ]
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yes. "regular people" = my world which is not that uncommon in manhattan even if it is politically incorrect to say so. [ Reply | More ]
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I lived there too and ITA. To the responder, young ones are not fat [ Reply | More ]
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This. The young ones are stunning. [ Reply | More ]
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nyc is very brown now. increasingly so. lots of hispanics and asians have immigrated here. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] What is the job of the smartest person you know? 24 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Oncology research. But they don't make a huge amount of money and they are kind of a stay-at-home dad to their autistic son. Sorry just being honest. [ Reply | More ]
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Huh? What's there to be sorry about? [ Reply | More ]
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Part time accountant. Super smart - 4 day jeopardy champ, nicest person - bad luck in life/love [ Reply | More ]
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radiologist [ Reply | More ]
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editor/ writer. Super smart, interesting, very well rounded. [ Reply | More ]
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What type of writer? [ Reply | More ]
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Department of State. Not sure what he does exactly, but he was a Rhodes Scholar. [ Reply | More ]
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Algorithm writer/researcher for DARPA. So interesting, but intimidating. [ Reply | More ]
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In terms of contemporaries only, a computer programmer. With no such limitations, probably a math professor. [ Reply | More ]
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Actuary. [ Reply | More ]
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Was part of the Higgs-Boson discovery. Possible he's not the smartest person I know, though (I know a lot of extraordinarily brilliant people through my reasonably brilliant DH) [ Reply | More ]
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Anesthesiologist. [ Reply | More ]
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Professor at Harvard Law School [ Reply | More ]
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Lessig? [ Reply | More ]
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Chair of Genomics at a large medical center. [ Reply | More ]
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Systems engineer at an aviation company. [ Reply | More ]
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Investment banker [ Reply | More ]
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A lawyer turned CEO. Brilliant man. [ Reply | More ]
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Just curious, are all of these people men or any of them women? [ Reply | More ]
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Mine is a man, [ Reply | More ]
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Chef [ Reply | More ]
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SAHM [ Reply | More ]
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Right now he's jobless because he's in a mental institution. Former boyfriend. IQ was untestable. Genius mind but paranoid and unable to communicate with pretty much anyone. I was the only person he ever connected with. He was a physicist before his mental break from reality [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] How do I stop thinking about someone who didn't love me back. He left me pregnant and I got an abortion. He didn't care enough to check in with me and I handled it all by myself. Obviously I made a stupid and careless judgment error. But nonetheless I find myself obsessed with him. I cannot stop thinking about him and checking various social media updates every day. I need help stopping. Does anyone know any website, book, or therapist who specializes in this? 13 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Just stop [ Reply | More ]
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but how? I do it every day. I feel like I am addicted [ Reply | More ]
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Offs- he enters your mind, think of something else. Quit your bellyaching [ Reply | More ]
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how long has it been? [ Reply | More ]
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one year [ Reply | More ]
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You're using it to avoid meeting someone new who might hurt you, too. [ Reply | More ]
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Unfortunately it was very little to him, just a few seconds orgasm. I'd try to remind yourself that it only flatters his ego that you're so obsessed with him and that in time, you will be very happy with someone else. [ Reply | More ]
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op: Yes. This is helpful. Hard, but helpful. I try to send him peaceful thought when he crosses my mind, but that didn't work. I went cold turkey and did not look at any of his social media for a while but fell back in the trap. I just really loved him, that's all. And he didn't give a whit about me. I just wish i could forget him. [ Reply | More ]
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You like pain. [ Reply | More ]
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No. I don't think so. I just loved him and wish things could have been different [ Reply | More ]
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He didnt/doesn't love you [ Reply | More ]
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get a hobby, find a new boyfriend, get some girlfriends - just stop being a stalker [ Reply | More ]
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You are me a year ago (except for the pregnancy and abortion, so sorry about that.) I couldn't get over my ex either. I kept waiting for him to come back. You know what finally did it for me? Finding someone better. Get on okcupid. Go on one date a day. Just think of it as yourself. Don't talk about your ex with the new guys you date, just focus on getting to know them. Soon you will find someone better. I promise. Sending you e-hugs. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Ebola quarantine stations publicized. Should we start to worry? 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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good lord, no. Those are quarantine stations that have been there for a while, not new things they just put together for ebola. I'm sure many more virulent diseases have been caught there. [ Reply | More ]
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Did you even read that link? Those quarantine stations are not specifically for Ebola. And they are not new. [ Reply | More ]
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I'm almost in Kansas City. Not!! [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] What are your top 3 goals for this year? Top 3 goals for your life overall? 19 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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This year: 1) reach my target GRE score. 2) get into grad school. 3) get engaged. Overall life goals: 1) lifelong marriage. 2) at least 5 kids 3) publish a novel [ Reply | More ]
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You sound like me when I was 25. [ Reply | More ]
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all sensible except for the 5 kids part. why do you want 5 kids? [ Reply | More ]
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because I love kids. And I want each boy to get to have a brother and each girl to get to have a sister. Why do you want the number of kids you want? [ Reply | More ]
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you sound like a fool. [ Reply | More ]
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You sound like a troll who doesn't actually have kids [ Reply | More ]
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I have two, not a troll. [ Reply | More ]
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^^you are the one without any kids. [ Reply | More ]
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I never said I had kids. I'm not the one trolling people. You're the one criticizing people for wanting kids on an online forum about motherhood. You started name calling instead of actually trying to voice any argument of opposition you had in a civil manner. I still think you don't actually have kids. Who is anti-kids on a mothering forum? You probably just come here to troll. Move along. [ Reply | More ]
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This year: lose weight, get pregnant again, make at least one friend in my new town. Life overall: raise self-sufficient, kind and happy kids, contribute to charitable causes in a real and impactful way, travel to many interesting international destinations [ Reply | More ]
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I'm 52. My top 3 goals for this year are: 1. get my 3d kid driving and taking himself to school. 2. Find out what smoking pot feels like. I might want to start. I hear good things about it. 3. Really clean out a lot of the crap we've accumulated. My top 3 goals for my life overall are: 1. don't be a PITA mother in law. 2. Become a grandmother. 3. Accept how blessed I am if I die being cared for … at whatever age that is. [ Reply | More ]
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the 2nd one sounds delusional [ Reply | More ]
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Not the first one? [ Reply | More ]
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you're 52? try to stay alive. [ Reply | More ]
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The three previous posts are funny- 1 is a young woman, 1 is a middle aged woman, 1 is an older woman. Different priorities. [ Reply | More ]
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You guys are nuts. 52 is "older"? [ Reply | More ]
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Since when is 52 and older woman?? [ Reply | More ]
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It is, everywhere except UB/New York land. [ Reply | More ]
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When was 52 not "older"? It's not super old, but certainly it's older. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Ugliest baby names: 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Jeremy [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] List girly girl names: 4 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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[ - ] List strong female names: 16 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Tori, yuck [ Reply | More ]
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Vicky, yuck [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Has anyone taken both SSRIs and SNRIs? Can you describe the difference you felt, if any. Thanks. 2 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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I've read SNRIs have fewer sexual side effects [ Reply | More ]
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SSRI worked for me, though not SNRI. Side effects of weight gain and zero libido, along with improvement gained through therapy, made me go off. [ Reply | More ]
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[ - ] Worst week over. How do I put it behind me and focus on the weekend and next week? 11 Replies [ Reply | Watch | More ]
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Glass of wine and a key lime pie [ Reply | More ]
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+1 wine [ Reply | More ]
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Op - you guys are right. I have been toying with the idea of quitting drinking. Maybe that'll start tomorrow. [ Reply | More ]
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wine please hold the pie until I am stoned later tonight [ Reply | More ]
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glass of wine, curl up in bed w/ kids and great movie... [ Reply | More ]
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wine or marijuana, romantic or standup comedies on netflix. Enjoy the outdoors with your kids. Meditate on Sunday night. [ Reply | More ]
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wine or marijuana, romantic or standup comedies on netflix. Enjoy the outdoors with your kids. Meditate on Sunday night. [ Reply | More ]
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wine or marijuana, romantic or standup comedies on netflix. Enjoy the outdoors with your kids. Meditate on Sunday night. [ Reply | More ]
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I know it's raining but get off the computer and read a book at least. i find the more i am outside/not looking at crap online, the better i feel. [ Reply | More ]
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This [ Reply | More ]
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Beer and half a xanax [ Reply | More ]
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