[Japanese > English] Mark and signature on this painting

2022.01.25 14:10 twentyonerooms [Japanese > English] Mark and signature on this painting

[Japanese > English] Mark and signature on this painting submitted by twentyonerooms to translator [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Princess-Pea14 bookstore hours/open?

Does anyone know if the bookstore will be open during the two-weeks we are virtual?
I'm pretty sure it will be, but I just wanted to make sure. Thank you!
submitted by Princess-Pea14 to CSUS [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Maniak_ Daniel Horowitz: "I can share with you from attorney Thomas Renz that the number of cancer diagnoses in the military's DMED system went from a 5-year average (2016-2020) of 38,700 per year to 114,645 in the first 11 months of 2021. This is a predominately young population."

submitted by Maniak_ to WayOfTheBern [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 bhjkiopqw123 Does Exipure work for weight loss?

Does Exipure work for weight loss? visit : https://shopusa0001.blogspot.com/2022/01/blog-post_15.html
submitted by bhjkiopqw123 to WeightLossSupport [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 inkabloom Can I Pass in One Month?

So I am retaking my Level 1 in a few weeks, depending on how I perform on COMSAE 107 this Sunday. I’ve been doing sporadic UWORLD, and I reset my bank but I’ve only done about 15% of it, with percentages ranging from 50-75% depending on the block. I don’t think I have enough time to get through the whole bank.
My plan is to run through COMQUEST once + incorrects, finish Sketchy Micro and Pharm (I’ve been doing Pepper anki for both of them), read Savarese + the OMTReview Question bank of 360 questions. I will also try to get through the Duke anki deck for Pathoma.
Is this enough to at least pass? Although last time I definitely did not do enough practice questions or prep, I got a 378 and I just feel very anxious and afraid of this exam now. Sorry for rambling, I just want to know if there are students out there who only did COMQUEST or COMBANK and still managed to pass Level 1.
submitted by inkabloom to comlex [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 tomiekawakami_ Nothing is working… maybe I’m the problem?

Potty training is going extremely bad for me and my samoyed. She is beautiful but she is really um, nasty to say the least lol. She enjoys eating her feces. She poops and pees in her crate. I’ve done these tips and nothing: stop feeding her giving her water hours before bed, I’ve woken up every 3-4 hours only for her to not do anything outside, but wait the minute I take her back inside her crate I go to bed and bam 10 minutes later she is barking to let me know she had gone potty and would like me to clean it up; if I’m not quick enough she eats it. I’ve also been rewarding her outside but she doesn’t seem to get it every time. She will still go where she’s not allowed in the house.
I’ve also tried the feeding method where you feed her inside for every meal in hopes that she will not want to poop/pee where she eats — she doesn’t seem to care. The worst part is if she does it over night or when I’m gone (which btw is less than 6 hours) she stomps on her poop and it’s messy 😩 please help. What am I doing wrong? What can I do differently?
submitted by tomiekawakami_ to samoyeds [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Ok_Entrepreneur_811 What’s wrong with me?

I feel like nobody’s good enough for me and that I’m better than most humans but I’m never content with myself. It’s like there’s a God inside of me judging everyone and everything even myself. I’ve been disappointed so many times and now I’m so aware of the bad in people that I don’t even care about the good anymore. I notice every little change in their behavior when someone is tired of me or dislikes me and I’ve noticed most times it’s because they’re not even comfortable with themselves. I’ve lost interest in meeting new people. I’ve lost interest in sex. I don’t care about love or physical affection. I don’t care about myself anymore. I feel like everyone is so mundane that they don’t deserve me.
submitted by Ok_Entrepreneur_811 to Advice [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Kayisi_Hosafi İstanbul Avcılar'dan Firuzköy'e kayak yaparak gitmek

İstanbul Avcılar'dan Firuzköy'e kayak yaparak gitmek submitted by Kayisi_Hosafi to irasen [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 BuckfastEnjoyer Have you had grades for semester 1?

Confused at the moment, read here that we were supposed to be getting grades back today by close of business, still haven't recieved anything from 2 of my subjects. Is anyone else missing grades?
submitted by BuckfastEnjoyer to GlasgowUni [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Primary_Flamingo_864 Mental Çöküntüdeyim

Beyler 2. mezun senemdeyim. Geçen 2 senemde hiç çalışmadım ama bu sene çalışıyorum fakat geçen 2 senemden dolayı çok pişmanım. Bu pişmanlığımı nasıl giderebilirim amk kendi kendimi yiyorum help
submitted by Primary_Flamingo_864 to KGBTR [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Nonbinarynerd123 Mood

Mood submitted by Nonbinarynerd123 to cats [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 riffzandshredz Alunah - Strange Machine (new single 2022, Heavy Psych Sounds)

Alunah - Strange Machine (new single 2022, Heavy Psych Sounds) submitted by riffzandshredz to stonerrock [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 bagman_ Nazis are just happy-go-lucky guys!

Nazis are just happy-go-lucky guys! submitted by bagman_ to ENLIGHTENEDCENTRISM [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 criston18 my first post

my first post submitted by criston18 to BrandonDE [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 biosnake20 nicks bday wish actually comes true pog

nicks bday wish actually comes true pog submitted by biosnake20 to LivestreamFail [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 ThatPurpleGoose I just lost a battle I won :(

I won a battle in White Wasteland against a dartling player after beating them with dart/boomevillage with Quincy as my hero. Then my game crashed and I lost a trophy which (IMO I don’t really care about rank but it’s still nice) and didn’t get XP :( Does anyone know why this happened/happens? Thanks
submitted by ThatPurpleGoose to battles2 [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Relevant_Ambition_61 I'm not good at making memes

I'm not good at making memes submitted by Relevant_Ambition_61 to DanTDM [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 fewiip Comissions are open!!!

Comissions are open!!! submitted by fewiip to furry [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 gooningaccount Nancy @a.two.drink.minimum

Nancy @a.two.drink.minimum submitted by gooningaccount to Pure_Milfs [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 sultan_2020 What can I do to reduce next door slamming noise?

I can't change the door I want a simple fix that will muffle the sound
submitted by sultan_2020 to HomeImprovement [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 sergio_santos_one Don’t look for quick fixes. Instead, crave to learn tools that you can use and reuse your whole life to solve any problem you might encounter. Become bullet-proof.

Don’t look for quick fixes. Instead, crave to learn tools that you can use and reuse your whole life to solve any problem you might encounter. Become bullet-proof.
Sometimes when we struggle, there’s the desire to be fixed by something, by someone, maybe a therapist, maybe a relationship, or even a higher power. We want our struggle to disappear together with our pain, so it is only normal to wish for such a thing. Even if this is not a realistic possibility and we know deep down that it is also not the best we can ask for. In these situations, rather than wishing to be fixed, we should search for the best guidelines and the most useful tools. Something that we can rely always rely on independently of our inner state or the situation we are in. Something that gives us power, rather than making us powerless and dependent on others. This means that when we seek help, we do it from a very different place and with a much healthier perspective.
We should look for guidance, for a way to proceed, we should aim to find our own path. Simultaneously, we should crave to learn the tools we need to follow it. In this way, we are able to put into place the right habits, mindsets, healing practices, and action plans. If we are blessed with some breakthroughs along the way, we embrace them but we don’t rely only on those.
Keep in mind that most improvements occur in small cumulative steps that compound over time to lead to the desired results in the medium to long term. That’s how learning works, that’s how growing works: it takes time. We need enough time to learn, practice, and implement. More importantly, we need enough time for results to accumulate and have a far greater impact on our life than they would otherwise.
It is very important to discover all the pleasant things in life, such as what we really want and how to enjoy life to the fullest, but it is equally important to know how to proceed in hard times. We must know how to deal with anxiety on our own, how to face fears, how to keep pushing forwards during difficult times. We need to become bullet-proof. Therefore, we must focus on learning how to overcome problems, as well as on cultivating the qualities that might be lacking.
Breakthroughs are fascinating moments in the process of transformation. Most of us have experienced eureka moments when a big change or realisation occurred and became permanent in our life from that moment on. We love these moments, they are amazing, but sometimes create the false idea that, if change doesn’t occur in that manner, it won’t happen at all. Of course, that is an erroneous and dangerous belief.
Furthermore, we can be tempted to chase such moments and become demotivated if they do not occur. In the same way, if we look at other people and see big changes happening, we might incorrectly assume that, if we don’t change as fast as they do, we are unable to change. This is an equally dangerous line of thinking that can lead us to get forever stuck.
Breakthroughs can be intoxicating and they are truly beautiful moments, so don’t take me wrong when I say that for me it is more meaningful to learn tools to overcome challenging moments in life and to develop them over time than to have sporadic big chances.
The reason why I prefer to develop tools and processes I can consistently rely on is that they allow me to truly become independent and to find more about who I really am as a person. I want to be able to change according to my own will, I want to experience true freedom and I want others to experience the same. In this way, we start seeing the principles behind the right practices and that is a bigger gift than a breakthrough. This means that our understanding expands and we get true power and control of our life and well-being.
Let me give you an example to illustrate my point of view when it comes to the two processes of transformation: the fast one, through breakthroughs, and the slow one, through small cumulative steps taken daily. Let’s say someone is experiencing high levels of anxiety (like I used until a few years ago) and is not capable of dealing with it. The anxiety is overwhelming and might even be a permanent state experienced from the moment of waking up until the moment of going to sleep. On top of that, there might be especially triggering situations, like public speaking or a particular relationship, that cause extra stress, which can lead to a state close to a full-on panic attack.
Now there are 2 options to consider. The first one is the fast route where we can follow a guided exercise that lowers the state of anxiety immediately. The level of anxiety might lower so much that we might experience a peaceful state like never before. In such moments, there is a huge relief that often comes with the feeling of “I am finally breathing freely”. Moments like this are very inspiring, they fuel hope and leave a strong mark in the mind: “this state of calmness and bliss is possible for me too”. This is all great except for a tiny problem. As soon as we leave the safe environment where we had that experience, there is a tendency to progressively shift away from that peaceful state and sooner or later we will find ourselves close to the initial state of anxiety, not knowing exactly what to do.
The second option is to learn how to progressively overcome anxiety in a step-by-step process that can be practiced at home, as well as in real-life scenarios, maybe even while being triggered. This option is not as sexy, I admit. There is no immediate result or memorable initial experience. In fact, at the surface, it seems that we only have a set of instructions to follow. Although the initial sense of relief might not be there, there is something much more valuable: knowing what to do when anxiety strikes, knowing how to practice and develop your own ability to deal with anxiety, and how to eventually overcome it. In the beginning, you might not consciously know it but now there’s a new possibility, there’s a way to gain control and have power over a situation that before was out of control.
Now there are a couple of questions. Which of these approaches is the best? Which one should we follow? My perspective is: both! I prefer to take advantage of all the tools and possibilities that are available at any specific moment. In practical terms, it means that I believe that any professional help from a therapist, coach, mentor, or teacher should lead to breakthrough-like moments but it should not stop there. There should be practices and exercises to be done daily in the comfort of anyone’s home. Furthermore, these exercises should be useful in real-life scenarios, facing the challenging triggers that happen in normal life with all its unpredictabilities and discomforts.
I strongly believe that the most effective tools are the ones that can be used in 3 different environments: during a session with a professional; in the comfort of our own home; and in real-life scenarios. There are exceptions, of course, but one should always strive to extend the use of a certain tool as much as possible, as long as it is effective. That, not only allows us to understand the core principles of its effectiveness but also allows us to progress much faster.
I hope this post can help you in your journey. Keep creating powerful breakthroughs and implementing the most effective step-by-step practices.
submitted by sergio_santos_one to TalkTherapy [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 Redneck_Anglo Question, Can y'all tell me what this means. I don't know what it means. I don't know if it says anything about when or where he server or what unit he was in or what he did. Just wondering.

Question, Can y'all tell me what this means. I don't know what it means. I don't know if it says anything about when or where he server or what unit he was in or what he did. Just wondering. submitted by Redneck_Anglo to army [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 IXXSlashXXI The correct way to watch on chronological order (HELP)

I'm entering the Gundam world and I'm planning to watch everything in chronological order, I've found this list and like to know from u guys how trustable is this list

Also, if that's correct, I noticed that some TV Series come together with Animated Movies. In you guys opinion, which of those is better to watch ? should I watch both TV Series and Movie OR only one of them ?
I want to get the full experience, if the Movie covers the entire TV Show and It's better then I'll go for the movie, but if the movie make just a poor resume of the Show, then I'll go for this
submitted by IXXSlashXXI to Gundam [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 TorbofThrones A Tiny Love - Piano Cover + Free Sheet Music by me :)

A Tiny Love - Piano Cover + Free Sheet Music by me :) submitted by TorbofThrones to swordartonline [link] [comments]

2022.01.25 14:10 magiccitybhm ‘We’re going to get something done’: State leaders promise action on Brookside ticket trap

‘We’re going to get something done’: State leaders promise action on Brookside ticket trap submitted by magiccitybhm to Alabama_AL [link] [comments]