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Waiting for someone to text me back literally shifts my entire personality mood and attitude for the day. Help.

2023.06.07 14:59 CuriouslyunEducated Waiting for someone to text me back literally shifts my entire personality mood and attitude for the day. Help.

So. I've been texting back and forth with someone for the past two months. We both have jobs and are very busy but we make the effort to text at least once a day. I dated a lot in college but there was a good period of time (about four years) where I didn't date at all and so going through this process is a bit jarring and is bringing out some ugly traits that I didn't know I had.
I've never been that much of a good texter - my friends know that I might sometimes take at least three business days to reply, really terrible, I know and I've been trying to actively work on it. Even when it came to dating through apps, I struggled to maintain a conversation and it never really reached past a week's duration. However, when I really like someone, I'm a very prompt and engaged texter.
This guy that I've been texting isn't the type of person to ask a lot of questions so initially, I thought that he wasn't really that interested. However, he always makes sure to text me at least once a day, even if it's late at night and sometimes we talk several times a day. The issue really isn't his behaviour - it's more how I feel in response to it.
To clarify, we met on Tinder and have yet to actually meet up yet because he's currently going through exams - which yes, I know contributes to the reason why he doesn't answer super promptly - and we intend to actually go on a date after he finishes.
I know it's irrational, I know there's no real reason to feel the way I do but when he takes a full day to reply, it leaves me feeling gross and down and grumpy. I feel as if he's suddenly not interested. This, of course, changes as soon as he replies.
This is clarifying to me that I have some type of insecure attachment pattern that I previously wasn't aware of and I need a lot of validation. I've always been confidently comfortable in my own skin and very independent, so this is quite a jarring realisation.
How can I stop feeling like this? I've tried to keep busy and have constant things to look forward to. I've even tried dating elsewhere. I still am obsessing about getting a reply and checking my phone constantly throughout the day. I know this is a bit of an age-old part of the ritual of dating so if any of you have experienced this, how did you deal with it?
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2023.06.07 14:58 JukeBoxHero1997 What to do about this class?

I started taking a Physics for Scientists and Engineers class and lab two days ago as part of my current major (Mechanical Engineering). Here's the issue, though: I'm looking to change my major soon (though I'm not quite sure what to. That'll be for an upcoming post), and I don't see this class being useful in most of those career paths (business related degrees, like accounting or finance), and what ones it might be useful in are ones that I'm looking to take outside of college, at least at first (IT or CompSci).
Ordinarily, I'd just stay the course and keep going while working with my advisors and therapist to try to find a better major, but this course and lab take up a lot of time since the course is 4 days/week in the middle of the day, plus homework, and the lab is twice a week and starts an hour after the class gets out and lasts for 3 hours, plus the lab reports we have to do outside of the lab hours.
If I dropped this class, I'd like to pick up a part time job to make some money and do more research to find a better career path to pursue. My fall schedule would change as well since I have a class then where this one is a prerequisite. I was considering dropping some classes then as well if I didn't figure anything out in time, but I'd still like to stay a student so that I can have access to the resources available, so I wouldn't drop every class I have scheduled.
I'm probably rambling at this point, so I'll just cut to the chase and ask what do you all think?
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2023.06.07 14:57 prince_hoo_bro Title NIT SRINAGAR jaane ka soch raha

"educational_info: 57k rank in Jee mains general category"
I'm a dropper and I got around 57k rank in Jee mains general category. I appeared for jee adv and not expecting even of scoring 50 marks. So with mains rank, I've option of joining Nit Srinagar mech/civil/metallurgy. I know there are very good private colleges out there but I don't want to pay lucrative fees for just a btech degree from a pvt college. I thought pvt college mein bhi to khud hi hustle krna pdega so why not to choose nit Srinagar where at least I'll have a Nit tag. I would do coding or cs minor side by side so that at the end of four years at nit Srinagar, I'll have a job in tech sector either on/off campus.
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2023.06.07 14:57 sicsrpune20 Exploring the Prospects of Pursuing BCA in Pune and SICSR

In today's digital age, where technology plays a pivotal role in every aspect of our lives, a career in computer science is increasingly becoming an attractive option for students. One such career path that has gained significant popularity in recent years is pursuing a Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) degree.
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Among the top institutions in Pune, the Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) stands out as a premier choice for BCA aspirants. SICSR offers a distinguished BCA course in Pune, focusing on an industry-oriented curriculum that aligns with the current industry requirements. The institute's approach encompasses technical skills, leadership, teamwork, and effective communication.
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Symbiosis Pune BCA admission 2023 is currently open for those considering doing a BCA. SICSR in Pune provides a nurturing and vibrant academic environment. The institute's strong industry connections and emphasis on practical learning ensure that students are well-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. With its commitment to holistic education and industry relevance, SICSR is an ideal choice for students aspiring to pursue BCA in Pune.
In conclusion, pursuing a BCA degree can be a smart career choice in today's technology-driven world. With a growing demand for computer science professionals and a comprehensive curriculum combining theoretical knowledge with practical experience, BCA graduates can enjoy various career opportunities.
When looking for a reputed BCA college in Pune, Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies and Research (SICSR) stands out as a top choice with its industry-oriented program, BCA course in Pune, and various BCA specializations. So, take the leap and embark on a rewarding journey in the world of computer applications with a BCA degree at SICSR.
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2023.06.07 14:54 seenonworldnews_bot More people than ever are taking China's college entrance exam. But a dire job market awaits CNN Business [#86+9c1]

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2023.06.07 14:53 Silly-Chair-2448 I need an advice..

so long story short I got a chance to go study college in Italy, and basically my only obstacle is the financials and how to pay for my living expenses there, naturally I thought of getting myself a job as soon as I get there but people have been telling me that it's practically impossible for me to get a job there without speaking the language, how true is that ? I'm really stuck in between here I don't want to miss the chance as it has always been my dream, but I don't want to go and end up homeless and cause myself and my guarantors endless financial issues if I don't get a job, what should I do ?
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2023.06.07 14:49 prince_hoo_bro Title NIT SRINAGAR jaane ka soch raha

I'm a dropper and I got around 57k rank in Jee mains general category. I appeared for jee adv and not expecting even of scoring 50 marks. So with mains rank, I've option of joining Nit Srinagar mech/civil/metallurgy. I know there are very good private colleges out there but I don't want to pay lucrative fees for just a btech degree from a pvt college. I thought pvt college mein bhi to khud hi hustle krna pdega so why not to choose nit Srinagar where at least I'll have a Nit tag. I would do coding or cs minor side by side so that at the end of four years at nit Srinagar, I'll have a job in tech sector either on/off campus.
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2023.06.07 14:46 WolfonStateStreet Job search question

Should i tell an employer that I’m in school? I’m currently enrolled in a computer engineering program but I desperately need money and for some reason I can barely get interviews or call backs and i have a resume that i think is stellar at least compared to people in my life that i know have done nothing with their lives and have rap sheets but somehow manage to keep getting jobs.
I’m a veteran, college educated, and trying to work, and just want to work and make money. Is telling employers that I was navy and/or in school a bad thing? I’ve been applying for a lot of general labowarehouse positions so education probably doesn’t matter but since they keep asking me to upload a resume I’ve been giving my most recent resume with military experience and college on it.
Edit: and i know that being in school isn’t inherently a bad thing. But from an employer point of view would they rather someone who is not in school and can potentially longer whether than someone who will get a degree and transfer over to what they studied for and leave the employer having to refill that position again.
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2023.06.07 14:43 lonelyartist10 I am so glad I whiteknuckled my depression and suicidal ideations to get into the Air Force and then left with veteran benefits

If I "got help" and "did all the right things" according to what a depressed person is supposed to do, like if I was honest to some shrink about my suicidal ideations and got locked into 72 hour hold and was prescribed meds, I would never have been able to join the air force. If I "got help", I would've been a victim to the system and be passed around from institution to institution. I would've still been stuck in a bumfucknowhere with no serious job prospects, struggled to maintain a shit job because nobody else would hire me, stayed homeless because I was abandoned by my family, stayed in a crack house with 5 federal convicts because that's the best I can do, sink into medical debt from the involuntary hold even though I had no insurance and was too poor to get regular medical help on my own - who the hell wouldn't want to off themselves in that situation? And if I decided to brighten my future and go to school, I would've been in serious debt to pay for it and I am not that bright either to navigate the college system. Fuck all that.
I was too poor to see an actual therapist or doctor, so I had no medical records. I kept my mouth shut about my real thoughts and joined.
I was less depressed during my service, it felt like I had a pre-established group of friends and I was less likely to just fall through the cracks or float away because someone somewhere would notice if they didn't hear from me for a couple days and bring me back into the fold. I worked on a degree during my service because I had stability for once in my life. Now that I am out again, at least now I am depressed in a nice house with my own car parked out in the garage, depressed with some savings in the bank instead of nothing, and sitting here being depressed with my homework while having the GI bill pay for my master's degree and also giving me money to go to school. It's definitely better to be miserable inside a nice warm house and something to keep me busy instead of being miserable while jobless and sitting under a bridge or inside a crack house with like 5 federal convicts.
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2023.06.07 14:42 GoldenHen1990 Help a clown please.........

Long story short
I am an average skinny-looking clown who recently got his 10th results and got 88% (Literally my whole family was expecting 95%+ from me)
Well no one in my family was happy which also made me insecure about my results.
And with this came the sudden urge of my parents + my brother to send me out for higher education. (Not outside of India🤡)
So now started the real exam of my journey. I gave BHU (and got a rank of 2300....something🤡) gave Allen scholarship tests two times (at first got 15% but my family was skeptical, but generously decreased it to 10%🤡) NICE!!
And with all this and wasting my whole 2months, my parents are now suggesting me to join Allen(PCM) and try for JEE.
See I have no problem with giving JEE but there are these reasons that push me back :-
  1. I have never lived that far away from my parents.
  2. With the level of average shit I am (Plus my parents comparing me to other's genius kids), I have started to believe I am not made for JEE.
  3. My interest in literally everything. (Like I also wanted to pursue medical, I also have a keen interest in city designing, and also in history and economics and also Software dev etc)
  4. I am also 2 months late.
  5. Me questioning myself about why should I only go to Kota for JEE. (Like I can also do online coachings)
Also my recent conversation with my mama(mother's brother) gave me a different thought on this. He told me, nowadays college tags are of no actual worth. And I should stop having such short-sighted vision about my future. He told me that I am quite a technical person (of which I am) and to utilize this skill. He said that the future is A.I. and data science and should look into that more rather than bragging about colleges. He told that nowadays, companies look for the best skill and for the best IITian.
He said that its true that IITians have a slight leverage over others but at last, they also want a stable job as like you.
Now after all this drama I am trapped in this web of confusion which only you, JEETards can clear.
I hope you guys could transform a clown to a normal guy. And also apologies for this loooong Rant.
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2023.06.07 14:41 Faction_Chief /r/worldnews -

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2023.06.07 14:41 PhoenixFaeldo777 How do I regress?

Hi everyone
So, quite a while ago, one of my best friends told me that they regressed. I was very supportive of them even though I didn't really know what it was at the time.
Anyway, this is quite a while ago now and in the time since that I've discovered I'm a trans girl and turned 17. I remember very vividly that in the evening on my 17th birthday I was in the bathroom crying. I was crying because I don't want to grow up. This is incredibly scary for me. I don't want to go to college, get a job, buy a house, I don't want any of it. I just want to be a child again. I miss when my life was simple, when school wasn't incredibly stressful and when I didn't have to deal with so much dysphoria.
So recently I was thinking about regression because of this. My friend does it and talks to me about it sometimes so I know what it is. And it honestly sounds really nice to me. I really miss my childhood and I wish I could be a kid as the "correct gender". So, long story short, the idea of regression sounds really nice to me but I have no idea how to do it or where to even start.
Thanks in advance :)
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2023.06.07 14:39 TryingtoGetWell28 If someone has a college degree in a medium-sized city, here are the job options that I’ve found:

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2023.06.07 14:37 Brilliant-Sun4236 Want advice from you ladies for a lost soul

First of all, this sub is amazing 🥺All of you guys though strangers give amazing advice and I have binge read on this sub. I really don't have anyone to share this with, I'm read there are amazing working woman on this sub. Would love your advice!
I'm a BSc graduate, who had applied for masters (parents forced)but didn't attend college as I got busy preparing for competitive exams(ssc/banking etc). I thought I'll get selected soon and would immediately take my leaving certificate from my msc college. But two years passed, I'm still jobless. I'm soon going to turn 24 in November. I'm getting tensed day by day. I was extremely ambitious, thought I would be earning and become one of those independent ladies whom people don't give their unsolicited advices.
I'm of a marriageable age acc to the society and aunties keep asking when I'm getting married. One went to an extent where she called my mother with a suitor. He was some group b assistant in railway. My mother denied. Met the same lady in a function, she said she called because I was perfect as I have a bsc and still preparing for a job. They are the perfect matches for guys with group b services. I felt bad tbh.
I don't feel like I belong to this government job thing. I'm so sick of getting failures. I never imagined I would end up like this. I always thought, I would be independent woman who would wear what she wants, would be articulate, make choices of her own whether it be love, marriage etc.
I can still do it but again, I have no respect at my place. I suck at grammar, I fumble while speaking English. I'm not financially independent and I'm tired of it.
I decided maybe I should try giving CAT and get into MBA, I absolutely love the leadership roles but I am getting less scores constantly. I'm trying my best everyday to get over this depressing feeling but nothing is helping. My friends have already completed their respective masters this month while I'm at home studying but no success.
I tried looking for internships, but again with just a bachelor's that too in biology, I got none!
When I see woman, creating an impact, I feel wish I could be there too! I'm losing patience. I don't know if this post makes any sense but I wanted to put my feelings out there!
Any career advice from you guys would be appreciated. I really don't have anyone to talk to.
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2023.06.07 14:35 mumiavini Feeling useless in internship

Hi I'm 18 years old doing engineering and this week I got my first job, an internship in the production area in a very good company, recognized worldwide, as I had never had a real job before I'm kind of lost in what to do, I'm here for 3 days and I do nothing practically, I accompany the team managers on tours of the factory and most of the time I stay in a separate room doing college things, taking the time to study and expedite academic work, but I feel that I am being useless in my position, is it normal in the first days not to have much to do? Whenever possible I am participating in what is given to me, but I think it is still little
Doing nothing as a intern, new in company not sure what to do
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2023.06.07 14:35 turby308 I cannot wait to leave this place

I've been here a little over a year. I hate this job. I'm in a high traffic store between 2 hospitals, right off of a major highway and the state turnpike. "Only" the second highest volume in the district.
We have 3 regulars that get 20+ cafe orders. The one at least calls ahead and sometimes just gets 2 travellers. Drive through is non-stop from 6:30 am to 10 am. Not much easier after peak.
The work area is too small. The floor space is only 4 feet wide and we're all jammed in each other's way. The back of house is the same way. You can't get past if a fridge or the Hobart is open. I'm one of the only people who knows how to do cold brew and I absolutely hate it because there's not enough room to work in. I use a step ladder as a counter top.
We don't have staffing. We only ever have more than 5 partners (incl. manager and shifts) in the store at one time if the brass knuckles are in or if someone new is training. New people don't last for obvious reasons. We regularly solo bar, solo warm / front / coffeebrew, and solely solo drive. Apparently it's labor cuts. I've picked up shifts at other stores and it's crazy how much less miserable it is when there's a staffed team. Our manager says we'll get more labor if our drive times are better, as though we could possibly do so with what we're working with. We're doing the jobs of several people as it is.
Every morning and midshift partner hates it here. 2 days ago 1 shift quit on the spot and another's last day is next week. One of our best baristas was fired for tardiness yesterday. Suicide jokes are commonplace, which is pretty triggering for me. Most of the crew feels stuck here for one reason or another.
I've been here since my last semester of college because I wasn't ready to start a full time job. My friend is helping me apply to jobs using my degree this week. I've realized that even if I'm only working 28 hours a week, this place is sucking way more out of me than a full time in my field would.
Thanks for reading.
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2023.06.07 14:34 1_day_at_a-time Any advise

Hello again, I made a post previously just two days after DDay
We are working to get through this. I just need advise maybe even some personal stories
AP stated working at WH company. He is her manager
She started in the beginning of April. He tells me it crossed boundaries 2-3 weeks after she started and on the 4th week they were kissing (He claims that's all it was but in my head I'm bracing myself for it to have been sex as well)
There are two occasions where they met up when he told me he would be out with friends. We went on holiday for a week and I found out about it 10 days later (got to trust that gut)
I asked him before confirming the affair if he was cheating but he lied to me. So I'm working through the blatant lies he told me. Plus having to find out about it myself
My world view of this man is completely shattered. While I do love him I really dislike who this doppelganger is. Because I know the man I married wouldn't do something so despicable
We have talked about both our feeling and why the affair started. We are both working on this, as I believe there is no excuse for cheating but there is usually a why.
Sorry, I get word vomit a lot.
I posting this because I want to know does longevity of cheating mean anything. They were both exchanging I love you's already He said he was speaking to her everyday all day so it was intense
He believes it was lust and attraction, that there was no real feeling there. He enjoyed that feeling of getting to know someone new. I'm not going to get too much into it or this will be a novel
But does the speed in which it happened and the rose tinted glassed affect end just as quickly? I estimate it was 6 weeks. He cut off as much contact but they still work together. He is doing a long course at the moment that will improve his job prospects but I've told him if she doesn't leave by the new year then he has to.
We also have 2 small children so I'm not trying to mess with finances by demanding he leave right now
We had a conversation about only keeping it professional, the outcome of which I'm on the fence about. It sounded he was more concerned about awkwardness than what I need to get through this 🤷
But my question is based on personal experience, what are the chances he has both feet firmly in the door
Hope this makes sense. Thanks in advance x
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2023.06.07 14:32 Witty-Beginning-9199 laid off

any ideas for work from home jobs, best jobs to apply for that are flexible with your schedule or other side hustles? I’m a full time college student and I’m taking 3 classes this summer so I can’t work weekends or nights that’s when my classes are. Any ideas?
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2023.06.07 14:29 TryingtoGetWell28 If someone has a college degree, here are the job options I’ve found in Portland and Eugene

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2023.06.07 14:29 TryingtoGetWell28 If someone has a college degree, here are the job options I’ve found in Portland and Eugene

Low paying office job (and you will probably need to Manage up)
Waiter / waitress
Sales or customer service
CNA or Caregiver
Website updates and social media posts
Business development (meaning find partnerships and generate interest)
Construction Flagger
These jobs continuously re-post their positions every few months for strange, frightening reasons
Now I could meditate, seek counseling, or work on my own skills and interests, but that’s not really going to change the situation. That’s been the issue for years.
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2023.06.07 14:28 culturis What to do in college?

Sorry for the super vague question. I am heading to college later this year as a cs major and am mainly wondering what I should do in college to land good internships and a well-paying job once I graduate. In high school I sort of slacked off until senior year, so I want to do everything in my power to make up for that and be the best student/CS major I can be. I have noticed a lot of you guys discussing the competitiveness of internships, so for example what are some things that I could do to best market myself when the time comes to apply? Is there any way to secure good internships through merit and hard work or is it just kind of a crapshoot?
Thanks in advance for any replies and sorry if this is something you guys get asked a ton.
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2023.06.07 14:27 dylan5299 Looking For Options in a New Career

To start off I'm 26. I spent 6 years in the military, got out, and now living off of disability. Im so so thankful for the disability because its allowed me to live while I figure things out of what I want to do next.
Finding what I want to do with my life has proven to be so stressful that I get chest pains when Im dwelling on it too much.
In the military I worked maintenance for a specific part of one aircraft. It was for radiation detection equipment. I was good at it, but the only place I can utilize those skills is that one job and it just isnt for me.
Working with my hands is where I feel most comfortable. And I feel most fulfilled whenever I know Im directly helping someone. Helping people fix the cars for free so they can get to work has always made me feel better. I also am really really interested in biology and always seem to be mesmerized by whatever is going on in the couple college courses I've taken. So where Im leaning, is either some sort of maintenance or healthcare.
I've tried my hand as an electrician and an appliance technician just to get my feet wet and they weren't for me.
So my question is, is there anyone thats been in a similar situation that has any recommendations? Im currently looking into a CAA or certified anesthesiologist assistant. They work in the OR and their work seems up my alley but I'd like to hear from others too.
TL;DR: Looking for career paths for someone that likes working with their hands and helping others.
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