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  1. My SO snores, but it's not always bad. My ex had...

    My SO snores, but it's not always bad. My ex had sleep apnea and it was AWFUL before he got the CPAP. My problem now is when my SO is having trouble sleeping. He flops around (not horrible, the...
  2. Depo made my hair fall out and my libido vanish....

    Depo made my hair fall out and my libido vanish.

    I have paraguard because I am firmly against hormonal BC options (for me). Insertion wasn't "fun" but was maybe at worst a 3-4 on the pain scale...
  3. Thread: TOMS shoes

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    Am I the only one who giggles when they realize...

    Am I the only one who giggles when they realize that what people are declaring "expensive" for shoes is probably half of what they pay for their horse to have shoes every 6 weeks?
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    I LOVE makeup but rarely take the time to do it...

    I LOVE makeup but rarely take the time to do it well. But once I found the right foundation, it was life changing. It just makes me look so much more polished than without, and I usually just do a...
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    I have no advice, but my boyfriend and I were in...

    I have no advice, but my boyfriend and I were in tears laughing at all the crazy things she has done. So at least you brightened our evening! I don't "do" crazy, so I admire your patience!
  6. Thread: TOMS shoes

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    I have an average width foot, but definitely not...

    I have an average width foot, but definitely not narrow. I wear a 6 in TOMs, a 7 in most other shoes. I have a couple of pair and got my mom a pair which she loves. One of mine havewide blue and...
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    Yes, we do it often. I do like that there's no...

    Yes, we do it often. I do like that there's no waste with buying ingredients, but I agree they always take longer to make than the instructions say and I'm a pretty accomplished cook. It definitely...
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    He shouldn't mention it unless the paperwork or...

    He shouldn't mention it unless the paperwork or the manager asks specifically about misdemeanors or arrests (not limited to felonies). It's not withholding info, at 5 years old, it's practically...
  9. I'm not really sure why you have quoted me again...

    I'm not really sure why you have quoted me again after I clarified. I'm not going to argue over semantics. I didn't word my first response clearly, I can see why it may have been confusing. But I...
  10. You are right, she didn't specify how she stopped...

    You are right, she didn't specify how she stopped taking them. But the way I read it, and maybe I misunderstood, was that because she didn't have any symptoms/problems, she felt she wasn't...
  11. They are a symptom, not a diagnosis. Which was my...

    They are a symptom, not a diagnosis. Which was my point.

    Experiencing withdrawal does not mean someone meets criteria for addiction. It CAN BE a symptom. I was simply responding to the comments...
  12. Withdrawal from heroin sucks, but is in no way...

    Withdrawal from heroin sucks, but is in no way life threatening. Alcohol and benzos are the most dangerous substances to withdraw from, due to life threatening risks. Heroin withdrawal has never...
  13. Totally agree: having withdrawal symptoms from...

    Totally agree: having withdrawal symptoms from meds is not a sign of addiction, it's a sign of physical dependence. You can be taking meds for all the right reasons and at the prescribed dose, but...
  14. Melatonin only helps to adjust circadian rhythms,...

    Melatonin only helps to adjust circadian rhythms, it's not a true sleep aid. I can highly recommend a natural supplement called Kavinace for anxiety and sleep. It's OTC and can be found on Amazon. ...
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    They still offer that service. I used to have a...

    They still offer that service. I used to have a big bridge phobia, but being forced across the Bay Bridge, the Key Bridge, Cheseapeake City bridge, etc over the past few years has pretty much cured...
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    Old Rag is a great hike! As is White Oak Canyon...

    Old Rag is a great hike! As is White Oak Canyon in the same area.

    Billy Goat Trail in Potomac, MD is super fun (though crowded during good weather).

    Reading Terminal Market in Philly is a fun...
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    I personally like the rough or "raw" diamonds. ...

    I personally like the rough or "raw" diamonds. They are super inexpensive, unique, and real diamonds. Conflict free too! ...
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    JEALOUS! I had a salad with tomato, radish,...

    JEALOUS!
    I had a salad with tomato, radish, onion, & chickpeas followed by some fat free sugar free vanilla pudding. Doing 21 day fix extreme and I'm way short of my daily goal for food, so I might...
  19. Exactly. We see in the news all the time about...

    Exactly. We see in the news all the time about Americans who commit crimes in other countries who are being treated "unfairly" even though their punishment is SOP for the country in which they...
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    Kiehl's "ultra daily moisturizer" for daytime...

    Kiehl's "ultra daily moisturizer" for daytime (they have it with or without a sunscreen) and their Midnight Recovery Formula at night. Cetaphil contains parabens, which is a deal breaker for me.
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    21 Day Fix Extreme, anyone?

    Has anyone started it yet? I am part of a group that is doing it. The "soft" start is tomorrow, and we officially begin our 21 days next Monday. I'm excited to see if I really see that much of a...
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    It makes me incredibly sad that things like this...

    It makes me incredibly sad that things like this are still happening. I see no harm in raising your children according to your religious beliefs (or not, depending on your individual philosophy),...
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    Haha, I actually use those very same oils. I'm...

    Haha, I actually use those very same oils. I'm not a fanatic of any kind, but they do smell good and if nothing else, offer a good placebo effect for me. :lol:
  24. Thread: Ski Gloves

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    These are the ones I have, and as luck would have...

    These are the ones I have, and as luck would have it, they are on sale. They have the handwarmer pocket you mentioned. They're the mitten version, but I prefer those as liners fit more comfortably...
  25. Thread: Ski Gloves

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    I have a pair of Burton gore-tex mittens that...

    I have a pair of Burton gore-tex mittens that aren't too bulky. On normal days (25 degrees +) they are fine by themselves, and on super cold days, I add a pair of Smartwool liners. Love them!
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