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2021.12.04 14:37 twinkiesnketchup Dealing with adult stepdaughter
I (57f) and my husband (56m) have 6 kids between us, all adults. We have been married 7 years. A few months after marrying his middle daughter left her 5 year old daughter with us to raise. She was busy pursuing her boyfriend at the time. We had sole custody of our granddaughter for 5 years.
3 years ago she took her daughter back. We kept a relationship with our granddaughter-usually having her every week for at least a night.
About 18 months ago middle daughter (30) started dating a new guy. We don’t know a lot about him. But he seems to be pretty controlling. Since new guy has been in the picture we have very little contact with our granddaughter and no contact from daughter. We will ask for time and get a short response that usually equals no - because I said so from our daughter.
Our granddaughter (now 13) asked us to insist that we get her at least one day a week. We would have to go to court to be able to honor this request. My husband doesn’t want to do that. While I don’t relish it I feel we should. This summer our granddaughter made clear that she is afraid of the boyfriend and hates him. Besides being crazy controlling he doesn’t hit her or anything which would be considered illegal.
Our daughter has completely shut herself off from our family. Her boyfriend has talked her into quitting her job (which she held for 5 years and loved) and she is now commuting an hour each way to a job that pays half as much.
I of course have no recourse. It breaks my heart to see my granddaughter so badly neglected. Her mother has never really been there for her - though when she is without a boyfriend she is more attentive (still neglectful.)
There’s probably not too much anyone can say to help but I needed to at least say this “out loud.”
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2021.12.04 14:37 AjarVolcano Oldie but goodie
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2021.12.04 14:37 MidhulaR Low self-esteem or not, I'm suffering
19f. I wouldn't say I'm the most self aware person but I know quite a lot about myself. And I've realised that I'm never happy about the relations I have, be it close friends, parents or just peers. I always feel that none of them actually love me even when they say it in words. I just don't truly believe that they do. It's almost like the words "I love you" don't really sync into my brain. I just reason myself out of believing thinking that maybe they're lying, maybe they don't know me and will hate me if they do, maybe they just feel sorry for me, maybe they feel obliged to do so. Hundred more reasons like this. Even if it's not any close relation, I don't believe that people like me and feel they're putting up with me. I think I kinda know why but I am not sure. Since at the age of 10 I was ignored or left behind in many friendships and I even got my heartbroken by 2 guys that I genuinely thought loved me. I wanna know what you guys think about it and if there's any way to get out of this depressing feeling. I just wanna know how it feels to know that you are loved and genuinely be happy and content with whatever relations you have. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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2021.12.04 14:37 Alan_Beyond 豆瓣小组是彻底关了吗？隔壁突然流量大了起来
2021.12.04 14:37 R_12345678910 I've just spent my 30th birthday sitting in a small flat alone all day. AMA
2021.12.04 14:37 The_Better_Devil I made a new meme format
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2021.12.04 14:37 positron3000 [USA-TX][H] PayPal, Local Cash [W] 4TB SATA HDD 3.5" 7200rpm
2021.12.04 14:37 Locarix [PC] StatTrak P2000 Corticera with LDLC Holo Kato 2014
So i bought this from the steam market some time ago and i wonder what it would sell for.
It's a 1/2 best float for this skin with the LDLC sticker (any spot), and they are only 4 corticera crafts in the world with any kato 14 holo stickers. (and something like 300 with another classified P2000 skin).
But I don't know if this makes it just unique or if it does add some value.
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2021.12.04 14:37 Vincent_Lionheart EQIFI CEO explains: How is #EQIFI different from other platforms? What is EQX? What are EQIFi's future plans? How is EQIFi bringing DeFi and banking on a single platform?
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2021.12.04 14:37 sendreww Buying as a European buyer
As a European buyer, if I bid for instance 300, does the seller get to see that 300 or does it look like I’m way underbidding? Last sell was made for 301 and I’m wondering if my 300 is like the same 300 in money they get to see… if that makes any sense 🙈
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2021.12.04 14:37 TheEruditeSycamore What are these speckles on the viewport in 3.0? I can't find the setting to turn it off. It even shows up when I view a render within Blender.
2021.12.04 14:37 TeboeCubes Trying The FASTEST WCA 2x2 Scrambles (vs Ram Thakkar)
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2021.12.04 14:37 asapsadd lost an opportunity to get a job thats almost 4$ above what i’m making now.
man, i can’t express how upset i am about this. it’s all because i let my anxiety get the best of me, and waited too long to apply. now the position is no longer available.
now i’ve got to stay in this lame job where i’m being treated like shit until i find something else… and god knows how long that’ll take.
fuck anxiety, i wish i wasn’t like this.
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2021.12.04 14:37 LeroyJ12 Sweet Defense Fan Art - "Rock and Revy Leave Roanapur" Is now available!
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2021.12.04 14:37 Courtest I want to show love.
Is there a mod where you can show your appreciation for your partner? I kinda feel bad coming home and only being able to talk business with her. Can I bring her home a nice gift, or a flower? Can we go on dates?
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2021.12.04 14:37 culture__vulture Methadone Myths and Facts
MMT MYTHS & FACTS Legal Action Center (lac.org)
MMT is the evidence-based, gold standard of treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD). MMT is often used in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies to provide a whole-patient approach to treatment. Methadone, buprenorphine, and injectable naltrexone are the 3 FDA-approved medications to treat OUD. They stabilize brain chemistry, block the euphoric effects of opioids, relieve physiological cravings, and improve physical and mental health.
Numerous studies have shown that MMT reduces 1) illicit opioid use, 1) the risks of overdose and death, 3) disease rates, and 4) criminal legal involvement. Despite overwhelming evidence of MMT’s benefits, many people view it negatively. They prohibit treatment with MMT, even when clinically appropriate.
MYTH: Treatment with MOUD “substitutes one addiction for another.”
FACT: When used as prescribed, addiction medications stabilize brain chemistry and reduce cravings, thereby preventing illicit use of opioids without causing a “high.” The misconception that buprenorphine and methadone substitute one addiction for another is scientifically inaccurate and undermines effective OUD treatment. The myth is thought to be true because buprenorphine and methadone are opioids. However, while heroin, oxycodone, and other substances that often lead to OUD are short-acting and create euphoria, buprenorphine and methadone are long-acting medications. These medications are designed to treat symptoms of addiction, such as cravings and withdrawal, without leading to compulsive illicit opioid use or euphoria.
MYTH: Addiction medications are a “crutch” that prevent “true recovery.”
FACT: It is well-accepted that treatment with MMT is the central component of successful long-term recovery for many people with OUD. Recovery is “a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self- directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.” By stabilizing brain chemistry, relieving withdrawal, and stemming cravings, MMT also provides space to work on other aspects of recovery. Importantly, MMT is beneficial on its own. Evidence shows that treatment with just methadone or buprenorphine is more beneficial than counseling and supportive services with or without medication.
MYTH: Addiction medications are a “crutch” that prevent “true recovery.”
FACT: It is well-accepted that treatment with MMT is the central component of successful long-term recovery for many people with OUD. Recovery is “a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.” By stabilizing brain chemistry, relieving withdrawal, and stemming cravings, MMT also provides space to work on other aspects of recovery. Importantly, MMT is beneficial on its own. Evidence shows that treatment with just methadone or buprenorphine is more beneficial than counseling and supportive services with or without medication.
MYTH: MMT should NOT be long-term.
FACT: The length of treatment with MMT is a decision that should be made by an individual in treatment in conjunction with their clinician. There is no one-size-fits-all duration for MMT. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) treatment protocols advise against “arbitrary time limits on the duration of treatment with OUD medication.” Instead, individuals in treatment should continue to take methadone and buprenorphine for the amount of time they want to, unless there is a medical reason to change their course of treatment. Evidence shows that tapering or discontinuing medication leads to very high rates of relapse, and that the “best results occur when a patient receives medication for as long as it provides a benefit.”
MYTH: Requiring people to taper off MMT helps them get healthy faster.
FACT: Requiring people to stop taking their addiction medications is counter-productive and increases the risk of relapse. Decisions about MMT treatment should come from an individual and their clinician. SAMSHA explains that “forcing a patient to taper off of medication for non-medical reasons or because of ongoing substance use is generally inappropriate.” If someone in treatment is forced to stop or taper their methadone or buprenorphine, they will often experience the symptoms of OUD, including cravings. Their tolerance to opioids also will decrease, which means that if they resume illicit opioid use, they are at greatly increased risk of relapse that could result in a life-threatening or deadly overdose.
MYTH: Stopping MMT and later resuming it is a sign that MMT is not effective.
FACT: OUD is a chronic brain disease that leads to significant changes in brain structure and function. These changes to the brain can persist for many years, even after stopping illicit opioid use. MMT stabilizes changes to the brain caused by OUD and stem symptoms like cravings, but does not permanently reverse these changes. Therefore, people who discontinue medications—by choice or by force—often have recurrent symptoms, like cravings or withdrawal, and may need to restart medication treatment. Resuming MMT is not a sign of failed treatment or moral weakness, but rather a sign of a patient’s commitment to recovery. Restarting medication after a period of discontinuation is common among patients with OUD and encouraged by professional guidelines.
MYTH: Courts are in a better position than doctors to decide appropriate OUD treatment.
FACT: As with other chronic medical disorders, decisions about OUD treatment should be tailored to an individual’s needs and based on shared decision making between the individual and their clinician. Just as judges, probation officers, employers, and family court practitioners would not decide that a person should treat their diabetes through exercise and diet alone and instruct them to stop taking insulin, these same actors are not trained to make medical decisions with respect to MMT.
MYTH: People should stop treatment with MMT if they have a positive drug test for illicit substances.
FACT: Positive urine test results for illicit substances are not, in themselves, a clinical rationale for discontinuing MMT. Illicit opioid use while in treatment with MMT may actually suggest that the prescribed dose is inadequate and should be increased. The use of non-opioid substances is not a sign of MMT treatment failure, because MMT effectively treats only OUD—not other substance use disorders. A positive drug test for other substances may be a sign that the individual needs additional supports tailored to those substances. Programs that routinely discontinue treatment for positive urine screens are not following the standard of care.
MYTH: Because MMT is sometimes bought and sold on the “back market,” it should be banned in the criminal legal and family court systems.
FACT: The fact that some people may buy and sell Methadone on the black market neither negates the effectiveness of MMT nor means that people are using non-prescribed MMT for a “high.” In fact, research suggests the opposite: the great majority of people who use MMT without a prescription are not doing so to achieve a high, but rather as self-treatment to avoid withdrawal, to stop using other opioids, or because they can not afford drug treatment. Research has also demonstrated that using non-prescribed MMT is a predictor of seeking treatment.
The PDF lists sourceshttps://www.lac.org/assets/files/Myth-Fact-for-MAT.pdf
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