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2023.06.08 20:09 Civil_Evidence7678 AITA for not skipping my son’s speech therapy appointment for my daughter’s specialist appointment?

My (36M) son (2) was born at 26 weeks and has struggled since. He receives physical, speech and developmental therapy through the state. They come to our home. Given his needs, my wife and I agreed one of us should stay home to care for him. As she has the higher paying career, I was the one who’s home. I take care of everything: schedules, cooking, cleaning, arranging appointments and handling the therapists when they’re in our home. This on top of caring for our older two children.
We’ve struggled with the speech therapist. She’s helped my son a lot, there’s no doubting that. However, she’s often late. She comes once a week, for 90 minutes. I’m always flexible with the time and then plan my day around her. However, she is often late. 10 minutes, no big deal, but she’s been up to an hour late. I get traffic is a thing and emergencies come up, but it happens far too often. I’ve spoken with her and she’s said all that matters is my son getting help. Which is priority, but I can’t wait around for her all day. It’s gotten to the point where I try to make no other plans when she’s coming but that’s not always easy.
One of my daughters has been waiting to get in with a specialist (she also has motor delays). Their waitlist is long. The day it landed on is one my son’s therapist normally comes. However, it was 2 hours after it ended so I figured, no big deal. If we missed this appointment, she’d have to wait another 3 months. I told the therapist to please try to be on time. She said she would.
It’s important to add that my wife couldn’t get time off work. Also, a parent/guardian has to be there while the therapist is. Likewise, a parent needs to be at the doctor appointment. So it’s not as if I could’ve gotten a sitter. I’ve done that before when it comes to other stuff with my daughters and therapy lands on the same day.
Well, yesterday was the day. 15 minutes. Nothing. 30. Nothing. I call, no answer. 45 minutes. Still no response. Daughter’s specialist is a half hour away with no traffic. Plus I had to drop the the other 2 with my parents. I planned to text the therapist to let her know we’d skip this week. Started getting the kids ready to go.
10 minutes later-55 minutes after the scheduled time-she shows up. I tell her I was just to text her. She apologized and said there was an emergency with another kid, then tons of traffic. I said we’d have to skip this week. She argued with me and tried to insist I skip my daughter’s appointment. I refused and said she could go to my parents’ as that’s where my son would be. She said I had to be there. I said there was nothing that could be done.
My wife got pissed and said that we need to maintain a good relationship with the therapist. I pointed out our daughter needed to see her specialist and it’s good we went as it turns out she needs surgery.Technically, it could’ve waited but I’m glad it’s scheduled so she can progress. Skipping one session won’t hurt our son.
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2023.06.08 20:09 pm_me_your_plate Creating a new portfolio

Hey all,
When writing samples for a portfolio, would it be better to write the components of a sales funnel about one company or a mix of random sales pages, email campaigns, etc from various companies? In my mind, potential clients want to see a top to bottom understanding of ideas interlinked.
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2023.06.08 20:09 LeichtNussig Rum Suggestion

At the moment I use rum for cocktails most of time, since i enjoyed drinking malt whisky more before. I am only 23 and not that experienced with rum. I bought some rums for cocktails and now i feel like falling into the rabbithole that rum offers, similar to whisky. I got these rums at home: Havana 3 and 7, Black Tot, Appleton Signature and Worthy Park Rum Bar White Overproof. I really like the Funk Appleton and Rum Bar offer me. Tiki is kind of my flavour, i like mai tais, jungle birds and Stufe like that. The Black Tot is really good in a old fashioned and i enjoy the Havanna 7 in Old Cuban. Still i feel like i want to own more more (i bet you know this feeling).
I did some research and these are some rums i feel like i could enjoy aswell: El Dorado 8 (18€) El Dorado 12 (26€) Appleton 12 (41€) Plantation OFDT (24€) Smith and Cross (25€) Hampden Estate 8Y (56€)
I live in Germany and Hamilton and Lemonhart are almost impossible to get here. Since i run out of space it should only be one or two bottles. I feel a little bit lost with all these choices, maybe you can help me or even suggest something else. Cheers and thank you!
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2023.06.08 20:09 Mini047 What does this mean?

Hello guys!
There's a girl in my class in college, and we've been texting for a while. Initially, she responded to all my texts quickly, then started delaying response time when I subtly began to make my intentions known (just a little bit of flirting here and there, which she seemed to like and find funny).At certain times, she texts/calls me if she doesn't hear from me.
All of a sudden, she started becoming distant, even replying my messages after a day. It went on for a while and since I hate playing games, I forgot about her and stopped texting and she did same.
She started calling and texting me last week. I pick her calls - which she says is just to check up on me - but scarcely respond to her text and even if I respond, she takes too long to reply.
She continuously initiates texts with me, but doesn't reply till the next day, and her response is usually just a word or two.
My question is: What do you think her motive is? How should I approach this situation?
I don't want to taint any relationship we have since we're classmates and still have a few months before graduation.
Ps. I know she's not busy, because she told me she has nothing to do at home (We have a 2-week break).
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2023.06.08 20:09 iTheGreenBastard Is it possible, or common, to buy a preforclosure home for way below market value and then resell it for market value?

As the title says. For example if someone had 140k left on a house worth 400k, and they accepted 220k for it and I resold it for its market value, is that a common method of investing?
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2023.06.08 20:08 shiny69 What's the statute of limitations on a No Moving Address item? I want to relist.

I sold a pair of shoes on ebay. I got paid for it since ebay showed as it was delivered. About 2-3 weeks after the sale, i got the item back. it was written "RETURN To sender. Person does not live here" I've messaged the guy via ebay 2X times. No response. He never opened an unreceived item case.
How long do i have to wait to relist?
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2023.06.08 20:08 Baussy Was my dad scammed?

So recently my dad's car began to have electrical issues. One of the locks stopped working, then all of the electrical stopped working when the car was off. Seatbelt sign would flash for no reason.
Randomly it died on him while driving home. First the ABS light came on and it started driving roughly. Then shortly after, the SRS light came on and the car stalled. A boost worked the first time, but then the same lights + stall happened after a couple minutes. My initial thoughts were a blown fuse.
Towed it to a mechanic and he repaired the following:
- Cap and rotor
- Spark plugs
- Ignition wires
- One other thing I'm forgetting
w/ 3 hours labor, the total was just over $1000 CAD. He suggested we get a new battery and clean the air filter system. Supposedly the car is fixed and running fine, although we haven't gone to pick it up yet.
Does it make sense that all of those were needed? Do mechanics sometimes play it safe and fix multiple suspected issues without knowing what the actual cause was? Should we feel scammed and fight it?
Reviews on google say this shop has 4.4 stars.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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2023.06.08 20:08 lamp_heel Red brick exterior advice!

Hi all, just moved home to a house that has been a work in progress for a long time. And also frequently uninhabited/not super maintained as primary resident has another house he stays in most of the time. My partner and I just moved in and we want to work on the front exterior.
1) what color would you paint the porch? We hate the grey. 2) any idea on how to keep a south facing wooden porch from rotting out? It gets a TON of sun everyday. It was made of old wood that lasted ~100 years. But was replaced with new growth wood that dilapidates quickly. 3) Dad is working on weatherstripping new doors. 4) we have honeysuckle strangling the front bushes. Ugh.
Any creative advice or ideas are appreciated. Would love to replace wooden porch with brick or concrete, but need to jump through a lot of city hoops to do that, and also don’t have a ton of money to work with.
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2023.06.08 20:08 Snowmanglasses I wish I bought the jumper but not enough money for it

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2023.06.08 20:08 Lewis_Morg Check your coins, mine got wiped without me buying anything

Check your coins, mine got wiped without me buying anything
From 880 to 108 without buying a single thing.
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2023.06.08 20:08 t00punkforthis Plant Pop-Up Shop

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2023.06.08 20:08 4yelhsa From a Traumatic Teaching Experience to Engineering

Warning, this is a pretty long read. TL;DR: I spent 18 months working at the worst schools with the worst students experiencing terrible working conditions most people only hear about on T.V. before deciding to transition out of teaching and into engineering.

I graduated in December 2016 with a degree in Physics concentrating in secondary education. My degree program was essentially a double major, they removed the requirements for a couple of courses from physics major and added in an entire course load of education courses. I graduated with more than 160 credit hours and still I was terribly under prepared for handling a classroom on my own.

My practicum assignment was at a "good school". The teacher I worked under my last semester had nearly flawless classroom control; mostly due to the student population generally being well behaved, but I didn't understand that at the time. The classroom management during my teaching periods was also pretty good. She taught me her methods for classroom management and I thought I had it down. Plus when I left she sent me away with a large binder of her lessons, so I didn't really need worry about lesson planning. I thought I was ready. I was incredibly thankful to her and confident when I accepted my mid-year posting at a Title IX school.

And what a mistake that was. That school and that district was insane. I accepted a posting to teach Physics to 11 and 12th graders and physical science to the 9th and 10th graders. This school ran on a block schedule so I had 8 periods of approximately 30 students that where I saw half of my students every other day with 2 hour long classes. When I arrived I found that my senior students had been with a sub the entire first semester learning physical science, that their math teacher did not exist, and that their ability to handle the rigor of physics was at absolute 0. Almost immediately after I began all of my senior students were failing. Big problem.

I was quickly pulled into a meeting with the principal and leadership where I was essentially told that if these students did not pass my class I would need to look for other employment come next year. Crank up the stress. Administration did not care that these kids did not deserve to pass physics due to their lacking foundations in math. I still don't understand how they expect students to pass physics which is based on algebra II/trig/geometry when these kids are barely studying algebra 1 under a constant string of revolving incompetent substitutes. But I was scared, so I essentially removed all maths from my class and just taught conceptual things. Basically instead of I throw the ball do the math to determine it's trajectory based on these initial numbers, the tasks became I throw the ball explain draw it's flight path and explain why it looks like that. It felt like I was doing these kids a huge disservice, but at the end of the year most of my students had passed physics and were onto the next course.

Aside from the curriculum requirements, the classroom management that entire year was a crap shoot. I found it impossible to manage these students who could not understand the concepts and did not want to learn them. I had boys flashing me their genitals, there were fights, there were students tossing things everywhere, they just could not shut up for even a moment, they stood on tables, they took my things, they stood in my space, and it was impossible to get anything done. I even had one student try to bribe me with her car and "sexual favors" for a passing grade on the final (holy fuck that was terrible).

Notably I remember that sometime during my 3rd or 4th month there, a student I'd never seen before was escorted into my classroom by police in handcuffs. They sat him down without a word, uncuffed him, and pulled me into the hallway where I was informed that this kid was on some type of reformation program. That he'd be attending my class from that day forward and that if he misbehaved to call them (the police!?) because he was "active" and "serious". lol wtf? That student unsurprisingly was fighting in my classroom almost immediately.

And those were just problems in my classroom, in that school during my first (and only) semester there were numerous fights in the halls between students, and even some between students and their teachers, students were caught having sex during school hours, there was a sex scandal between a teacher and her student and then she disappeared shortly after. There was a gun incident at a basketball game. After that they started making teachers come to school an hour earlier so that we could search every student as they came onto campus. I pulled plenty of weapons off kids during this time. And they made a locked door policy so that if students were late and missed the morning check they'd have to come through the front office to get it done by the staff there. It was dreadfully ineffective. I watched students jump the fences and be let in by others daily.

Around this time we got word that were was a shooting at our feeder school (a middle school that sends their kids to our high school). A student was murdered right outside of campus (literally in front of the neighboring building).

I worked at that school for only a single semester, and that wasn't by choice. After scaring me about the security of my job I worked really hard to keep it. I kept up with the crazy shenanigans happening on and around our campus, more than 90% of my students passed my class (even tho in my opinion they did not deserve to) and I spent many late nights rewriting my lesson plans and grading the work of my 240 students. I arrived at school at 6am I didn't get to leave until 4pm and I spent all night until 12 or 1am preparing for the next day on a $32k per year salary. And none of it mattered. After doing everything they asked of me that semester, they pink slipped me anyway. Asking around, I found out that a large majority of the first year teachers receive pink slips regardless of their performance and as a big fuck you I guess. They expected me to apply for my job a second time where I would definitely get it again and start off the year with a reset tenure timeline.

So I decided "fuck that" and moved home onto my mom's couch in California after summer school ended. Remember that school where the murder happened? I taught summer school for high school and middle school students there. And unexpectedly it was the best time I ever had teaching. I taught 3 periods of high school students (chemistry cuz whatever I guess the administration didn't care or something) and I taught 1 period of 7th grade earth science. In summer school classes were about 45 minutes each and the max class size I had was 20 kids per period. I only taught 2 kids at the middle school level.

Don't get me wrong, the conditions were still terrible. There were actively constructing within the school building that summer. The AC was turned off. The available classrooms not under renovation were incredibly tiny such that even though I didn't have more than 20 kids, they all had to practically sit on top of each other with less than 2 feet between them at any time. Every morning I had to seat kids in a certain order just to make sure everyone could actually reach their seats they were so close together. If a student came late there was always this huge shuffle where like 10 kids had to move around to make space so the late person could reach their desk. My desk was shoved into a tiny tiny little space as well and it was a tiny little desk so small that they should've just given me another kids desk and taken the one I had away. I would've preferred the extra space. Chemistry was one of the courses I didn't have to take in college and I was super not qualified to teach it to high school students. (Really wtf were they thinking? Lol I'm sure there were a ton of kids who needed remedial physics). But it didn't really matter that I was under educated in chemistry, since my teaching hours ended at noon and I had so few papers to grade, I had plenty of time to learn the curriculum and develop a lesson plan for the next day with assignments after grading papers. That summer I could easily get into bed before 8pm. It was amazing honestly.

Because I had so few students compared to the regular term, I was able to interact with each of them. Instead of being a number or a statistic in my grade book each student that summer was a real person I knew. I knew what they liked and didn't like, I spent time learning their hobbies and what they wanted to do. For kids who wanted to pursue STEM I had time to give them more attention/ feed their passion and for students who wanted to do something else I had time to get to know them as a person and understand what made them passionate about wrestling, or hair styling, or being a mechanic or whatever it was. It felt like a vacation even tho I was still working more than 8 hours a day.

A vacation I really needed because at the beginning of the new school year I moved back home to my mom's house and began teaching at my old high school which I knew was going to be rough based on my own experience as a student. I was hired as a "long term substitute" which I understand to be a way to circumvent my lack of credentials in the state of California. It allowed me to essentially operate as the teacher without having a license to teach. I (ironically) taught mathematics (algebra I and geometry). My teaching conditions were much better than my old school in some ways and much worse in others.

At my first school the kids were unruly but there wasn't anything that was specifically targeted towards me. They would mostly act out towards each other and leave me out of it and my new school it was the opposite. The kids were incredibly close with each other, so I still had problems with talking and general misbehavior, but when they acted out it was much more likely to be directed towards me specifically. I received a ton of threats of violence towards me personally that year. "I'll beat your ass Ms. 4Yelhsa" or "My mom/sistecousin/etc will beat your ass Ms. 4yelhsa" and there were plenty of comments on my appearance, voice, level of income, etc. Instead of bullying each other the kids essentially bullied me and there wasn't much I could do about it.

This school used a method of conflict resolution called "Restorative Justice". This essentially meant that regular forms of punishment such as in school suspensions, or detentions, etc were reserved to especially bad behavior. When a kid threatened to hit me they would be removed from my class for a few days but for the comments it was expected that I would handle that on my own through these "restorative sessions". Basically if a student acted out in my classroom, I was supposed to schedule what amounts to a counseling meeting with them where we would both discuss what happened and come to some sort of accord. I would ask that student why they felt like acting out, I was supposed to inquire to them about how my methods of teaching or classroom management caused them to act out, then I was supposed to explain to them why acting out like that was wrong and get them to agree to a deal to stop acting out if I fixed the things they brought up during our discussion. A conversation would basically go.
Student: Ms. Yelhsa I talked over you because so and so was helping me with x.
Me: Ok well why don't you raise your hand and I can help you with that and that way anyone who has the same question can also get my help
Student: No. I didn't want to do that because I didn't want to talk in front of everyone
Me: Ok why don't you just hold it until after the lesson is done then?
Student: But then I'll forget.
Me: Well you can't talk while I'm talking because it disrupts the class and distracts me from teaching everyone
Student: It's not even that big of a deal. I was just talking with them real quick.
It never worked as kids just talked in circles and were always unwilling to compromise (obviously because they're kids). It was nonsense, it didn't work, and it made it impossible for me to remove distractions from my classroom. It also took time away from other students because I would need to spend minutes having 1 on 1 debates essentially with children about how they should be behaving in my class and trying to bribe them into good behavior. I'll give you guys an extra 5 minutes of free time if we can be quiet during the next 20 minutes kind of energy.

Fights at the second school didn't happen on campus as much as at my first school, but the violence off campus was immense. I feel like several children from this school died every month. We held memorials for them during lunch and spoke about them during rallies. Over the intercom they'd make announcements about it. I'd often come across groups of students weeping during passing periods or lunch.

There was one time where a student was absent from my class for over a month, let's call him Brian. As like what I always did I marked his assignments as 0's, I mentioned it to leadership, I sent home some nominal communication about his attendance/grades to the guardian on file, etc. I followed the procedure. Then one day he was just back randomly and I let him have it. I gave him this huge lecture about how he needs to be concerned for his future, that school is important, that a good education could get him out of this neighborhood with these gangs and drugs, etc. And he stood there and took it then after I was done he very calmly told me that he'd been shot and that he nearly died and that's why he was gone all that time. And I really didn't believe him (even tho I should have considering the frequent deaths of our students to gun violence). I told him he shouldn't tell jokes like that and then he showed me his wound.

Imagining myself marking his assignments as 0's not really giving to much thought on it, emailing his parents about his attendance, going about like normal. What if he had really died? And I marked his grades as 0's? He went from a C to a solidly failing my class between the shooting and his death? Then when they put him in the dirt , he's got an F in Ms. 4yelhsa's class because Ms. 4yelhsa was following the procedure. That thought really fucked me up for while.

Surprisingly, the only student I've personally taught in my class / knew on a personal level that was murdered was at that the "good school" where I had my practicum. His name was Jason. It happened after I had left, but I knew Jason. I knew what he wanted to be when he grew up. I knew he was upset with the lack of attention he was getting at home. I knew him. When he was gunned down at a fast food restaurant less than a mile from campus on a school day over a drug deal gone intentionally wrong. My mentor from the practicum personally reached out to me about it. When Jason died it was a big event at that "good school". It was unordinary, the school mobilized a lot of capital to take care of its students in the aftermath, hiring special grief counselors. I imagine it was spoken about for many months in the hallways, that they held many special events for the remaining students, and it's still probably brought up occasionally amongst the staff even though that cohort of kids is long gone.

But Brian. If Brian died, I knew it'd be just a little blip on the radar and then it's over and gone forever. They'll make a little announcement, they'll say his name next to the others during the next rally and then it's business as usual. The different experience between a child that attends a "good school" and grows up in a "good neighborhood" and the child who attends these Title IX schools in these deadly neighborhoods is just so incredibly different it's wild.

After that incident with Brian, there were three other major events that I experienced. One was a threat of a possible active school shooter. I really don't know what happened, there was a lot of confusion. Just a normal day, then an alarm, I remember thinking how I didn't remember there being a drill planned for that day. Then an announcement, then a lot of panic. Then I remember ushering kids from the hallway into my room, then locking the door, then shushing my kids (thankfully they were all very quiet for once), then turning the lights off, then encouraging the students to hide along the wall by the door, then taping paper over the doors window, then sitting in silence for a long while with crying and scared kids, and then it was over. I still honestly have no real certain information of what happened. From the grapevine I gathered that there was a man on campus who may or may not have been looking for someone and who may or may not have had a gun and who left pretty quickly. The majority of the time I spent locked in that classroom with those kids wondering wtf was going on, the situation was already over and no one knew.

The second event was very similar. I was monitoring lunch when a fight broke out (a pretty rare event surprisingly). When these fights break out there's always a ton of kids who crowd around the fighting students and make it extremely difficult to break it up. Earlier in the school year a teacher broke her wrist trying to break up and fight and we'd been given training to leave it up to the security on campus. So when the fight happened I didn't even try to get involved. I just watched from a little ways away. Then suddenly a student yelled that one of the people fighting had a gun. Instant mayhem. Kids running in every direction. Tripping, falling, jumping over each other, me doing my best to direct traffic. No one listening. The area starts clearing out quickly, but there was never a gun. That kid who yelled it out was just trying to be funny. It wasn't funny, but it was a relief.

Then the third event was the shooting of Stephon Clark. Stephon Clark had attended the school at one point. Random Fact: Stephon Clark and I actually went to that school during the same time period, but I didn't know him. He was one year younger than me. I have a lot of friends who are his friends it wouldn't be strange if I've met him a number of times and just can't remember considering how close our circle of friends were. The community around that high school is not very big it's often that the alumni still have sisters or brothers or cousins or just a little homie from across the way attending after they leave. Also everyone sort of has ties to each other in some way because it's a very insular community. So the shooting of Stephon Clark was a big deal on campus. But it happened very close to the end of the school year, and I ended up never returning to work at that school. I know there were a bunch of protests and walk outs on campus but I wasn't around to see it.

When that year ended, I thought I would be kept on for the next year. Idk what happened but I was never contacted about a contract renewal. I was a long term sub and not a teacher there and I later learned that the lack of contact happened in error but at the time it felt like I had been silently fired. As a sub I did not have an option to convert my 9 month contract to a 12 month pay out plan so that summer I lived off my savings believing that I did not have a job waiting on me at the beginning of the next school year and I had a decision to make. So far teaching had not been what I was expecting at all. I went from making 32k in Alabama to making 30k in California. I was beyond destitute. My quality of life that year was in the dumps. I lived on my mothers couch for the entire 9 months and my mom is low key a hoarder and her faux leather couch was peeling and flaking, so it wasn't really fun. I was making $15/hr and that's not a lot so I thought I'd try looking for something different. And it sucked. I sent a ton of applications in to laboratories with no bites. for 2 months I was unemployed, not eligible for unemployment, and I burned through almost all of my savings. Right after the school year started it was clear that I'd have to go back to school in order to get away from teaching. So I called my old academic advisor and holy hell that saint she accepted me on the spot. I remember she said "Don't worry just come back to school right now".

and I went "right now? The semester has already started and I haven't even applied yet"

and she told me not to worry about that. That she would handle it and she did. Shout out to her she changed my life. I guess this is a perk of going to a small school. She knew me very well because at my college there are less than 30 physics students across all levels at any one time. If the department drops much lower than that it's always at risk of being shut down. She needed a student and I needed a school. It all just came together.

I had to submit an application as a formality and then a week later I drove my crappy car that broke down everywhere from California back to Alabama as a graduate level physics student for the fall 2018 semester. I was homeless for a little bit but an old buddy from college let me sleep on his floor for $300/mo. Shout out to him. The house was trash with roaches and mice but it definitely beat sleeping in my car. I slept in the dining room under a table for about 6 months. I spent my last little money on a 7 dollar air mattress and a pump for it and that thing sprung a leak 3 months later. I was always waking up with my butt on the ground lol. I couldn't pay my rent the second month but during that month, I got an internship at a DoD contracting company starting that summer and my advisor put me in touch with a professor who had grant money for research assistants. I started making $1k per month off that. Plus I got a job as a waitress and I was in business. After that school year ended I started my internship summer of 2019. When it was over, during the end of the internship presentations while leadership was in the room, I threw it all out there and just asked for a job. Straight up I literally ended my presentation with "And that's why you should hire me". And those dudes said yea sure. My 10 week summer internship was directly converted into a co-op (with a pay bump. hell yea). A room opened up in the place I was staying at so I got upgraded from sleeping under a table to sleeping in an empty room. I bought another blow up mattress and quit my job as a waitress. ya girl started doing big things. I graduated on time Spring 2020 and my coop with that company was converted into a full time position and just like that I was an engineer.

One of these days, if I can, I'd like to open up my own school. I think that'd be really cool to come back not as a teacher with my boots on the ground but as a founder one day. And hopefully at that time I can help some of these kids from these Title IX schools change their outcomes and provide them with better opportunities.
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2023.06.08 20:08 purple10115 Eldest of 3 Kiddos (All 18+) Struggling Seriously w/ Parent’s Divorce

Turning to this because I am at a loss. About 7 weeks ago, my dad called me and told me he moved out because he “just can’t be at home” with my mom anymore. What has followed has been the worst two months of me and my sister’s lives. He told us he couldn’t be at home with us (we’re all home for the summer) because his depression and trauma (alcoholic father, emotionally abusive mother) have been bottled up for the past 25 years of marriage (I am 24). I struggle with anxiety and depression, so we all rallied around him, especially when we learned he was struggling with s******* ideations. About 2 weeks ago, he took my car and disappeared for 3-4 hours. We couldn’t get in touch with him and feared the worst. It eventually comes out that he disappeared and went to a strip club. As horrified as that made his three daughters, we all chalked it up to major mental health issues. But his time was up. Mom checked his bank statements and it turns out he’s having a full-blown affair and has been hitting the strip club a few times a month for over a year.
Without going into too much detail, over the course of all of this, my dad has lied to my mom but also to me and my sisters. He has manipulated us, used our concern from him to escape on vacay with his girlfriend, and gotten angry at us for taking steps to protect him when we thought he was very mentally ill. Turns out he’s just a cheater who used his own children to enable the affair.
My mom spoke to a divorce attorney, but she wants to save the marriage. I’m not sure that me or my siblings can ever reconcile with this man (who we THOUGHT we knew). We are devastated and feel very much in the middle of it all.
Any advice is appreciated.
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2023.06.08 20:07 FreezersAndWeezers Overgrown yard care

Hello. We recently moved into a home and the yard is decently overgrown with plants. I know some lawn services won’t touch yards that are overgrown, does anyone have a recommendation for a service that will?
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2023.06.08 20:07 StockDishMama FLEAS OR DANDRUFF?

hi all, looking for some input here. I recently took in a kitten to help my friend out for 2 months while she's getting her living situation sorted out and when we visited the vet, we found out the kitten has fleas. Since I have 2 other cats at home, have been isolating the kitten in a separate room that only the humans have access to. I have been noticing my cat scratching the sides of her face more, and she's been shaking her head. I don't know if I'm just noticing it more now that I know one of the cats have fleas and I'm paranoid. The cat did have dandruff even before the kitten arrived and all three cats have been given Advantage flea treatments but I just want to see what you folks think? tysm everyone
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2023.06.08 20:07 wiseguysindisguise STI WHEELS

Does anyone happen to know if the (18 inch) STI Performance Wheels are available for sale to complete the S4 build?
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2023.06.08 20:07 VaultTechy I have a collection of 7 very rare Trevor Something vinyls for sale

I'm curious what users here on the sub would value this collection at and if any are interested in purchasing. All vinyls are complete with mint packaging, with disks in MoFi anti-static sleeves and no skips/damage.
I have;
Deep Wave Data Dark Web Daemons - Red w/ Black Marble /55
Die With You - Clear Smoke /320
Love Me & Leave Me - Black /521
Microwaves - Teal Transparent (Coke Bottle Clear) /261
Soulless Computer Boy + The Eternal Render - White [Cloud White] Translucent /313
Ultraparanoia - Blue Translucent /522
Bots Don't Cry - Test Pressing /5
Currently there are no listed sales anywhere online of Bots Don't Cry as a test pressing, so that's the hardest one to provide a valuation for. Anybody who has a guesstimate please let me know!!
Posting here first to seek interest from TS fans before vinyl speculators/hoarders. Please comment or DM if you have any interest in making an offer - I have a few buyers for specific albums, so I've decided that after a week or so I'll start splitting these out; if you want to be notified when that happens or be first in line for a specific vinyl please feel free to send a message!
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2023.06.08 20:07 PalatalVedist346 Selling 2 GA tickets for tonight at Salt Shed

Hi....I have 2 GA tickets for sale to tonight show at salt shed... ticketmaster transfer hmu if interested
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2023.06.08 20:07 Cuvujo Air Popper Popcorn Maker, High Explosion Rate Hot Air Popcorn Popper with Measuring Cup, Etl Certified, 1200w 2 Minutes Fast Making Popcorn Popper Maker for Home...price $29.99free for amazon USA 🇺🇸 product testers Interested people DM me

Air Popper Popcorn Maker, High Explosion Rate Hot Air Popcorn Popper with Measuring Cup, Etl Certified, 1200w 2 Minutes Fast Making Popcorn Popper Maker for Home...price $29.99free for amazon USA 🇺🇸 product testers Interested people DM me submitted by Cuvujo to AmazonItemGuide [link] [comments]

2023.06.08 20:07 appyylicious_13 Interviews

Hello everyone,
I have done my Bachelors in Accounting and have over 5 years of experience in the field. I had to quit that job (due to painfully long commute times) and transition into a full-time freelance content writer role as there were no good opportunities where I lived.
So, what started as a survival job became my main job for the last 6 years.
But now I want to get back to my finance roots and pursue CPA in Ontario after having moved from India recently.
Should I mention being a content writer anywhere in my resume because my last finance job ended in 2016 and I don't want the interviewers to feel I was sitting at home for the last few years doing nothing. I know it's unrelated to my accounting field, but how else do I present my situation?
Also, I'm super jittery about going back to an accounting role after so long. I feel like I may have forgotten it all. Is there any training on-the-job that I can expect if I get hired by a company? Or you are expected to know everything? I'm freaking out. Sorry. It's all too overwhelming :(
Any help would be much appreciated.
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