So many nonsense words.
"Alcohol dependent" was what I called myself (I've since given up the drink). But I think "drinker" works just as well.
@2189378665@twitter Having good boundaries is the key to successful family interactions. I've definitely de-camped to a hotel on past visits with my SUPER XTIAN parents.
@913372052@twitter I get where you are coming from, but it's also totally possible to have AWESOME, UNDENIABLE physical chemistry with someone who is wrong for you in every way. It can't just be the only thing, and often I think it's misleading.
@SomebodyElse OMFG ME TOO.
Wow this column really hit me in the soft parts. Amazing stuff!
Also: why WHY do men want to molest me when I'm doing the dishes? PLEASE STOP.
LW: Clearly from your self-description, you are depressed. Do whatever it takes to get un-depressed. Polly's advice is AWESOME, and I will only add to that: if you are a drinking person, consider stopping for a bit. Alcohol is NOT the friend of the depressed person.
Also: if you have millions of little projects/hobbies and none of them seem to ever get done, try prioritizing just the one or two most important ones. I find that multiplying/diversifying my focus means I can never succeed (or fail!) at any one of those projects, thus no forward motion or definitive action results. If I can concentrate on just one or two things, tho, I can really create something that has worth to me. And I happen to REALLY like that feeling.
I have to say I actually would buy those gloves.
@RDM Mainly due to the obvious, overweening narcissism.
Abe, do you know if his enthusiasm for Harleys pre-dates 2013? That also seems SOOOOO put-on to me.