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#120 - Had two instances of sleep paralysis that I recall, both while… 19 hours ago on The Intruder 0
#235 - Oh, well my Dad always had an extremely short temper, would ge…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/30/2015 on What happens 0
#260 - sesshii (08/30/2015) [-]
Pretty much my life too, was pretty good but got shouted down by trivial things such as forgetting things, coming home 10 mins later than agree'd. The problem here is that childhood experiences are about 80% of you as a personality. If you know that they can be angry from your history, your subconsciousness is much more likely to attempt to "hide" yourself from their existence.
If he scared you as a child by all the yelling, opening up might hurt you again.
Logically, you need to open up to have connection with others to combat depression and to emotionally heal, but fear is an emotion that is ultimately what has kept us alive, and it tries to save you from conflict making opening up rather difficult.
#223 - Like I said, being forced to face my problems, but also being …  [+] (3 new replies) 08/30/2015 on What happens 0
#225 - sesshii (08/30/2015) [-]
Not that, way earlier in your life.
As a child, when you did something you shouldn't do, what was the punishment?
Lying is learned from the consequences of good behavior(telling the truth) are treated with punishment.
#235 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
Oh, well my Dad always had an extremely short temper, would get very upset and yell about the slightest of things, so I suppose that's what you're looking for?

He never struck us, or even gave any long lasting punishments, but he could shout very loudly, and I as pretty afraid of that as a child.

He always got over things just as fast as he got worked up, but the shouting still made me very worried to anger him.

I was actually a pretty good kid though, most of what he got upset about was due to me forgetting something, or something happening by accident.
#260 - sesshii (08/30/2015) [-]
Pretty much my life too, was pretty good but got shouted down by trivial things such as forgetting things, coming home 10 mins later than agree'd. The problem here is that childhood experiences are about 80% of you as a personality. If you know that they can be angry from your history, your subconsciousness is much more likely to attempt to "hide" yourself from their existence.
If he scared you as a child by all the yelling, opening up might hurt you again.
Logically, you need to open up to have connection with others to combat depression and to emotionally heal, but fear is an emotion that is ultimately what has kept us alive, and it tries to save you from conflict making opening up rather difficult.
#126 - See #104 for third solution and #99 for first two. 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This +1
#124 - That doesn't help you figure out the doors. 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This 0
#123 - "You get to ask ONE question to ONE bird." You d…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This 0
User avatar #125 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
yea damn, getting late, thought i can ask both of them heh
#126 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
See #104 for third solution and #99 for first two.
#120 - Very clever, mate. 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This 0
#119 - You can only ask one bird, and once you've asked that question…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This 0
User avatar #121 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
Nvm still works. Ask one bird the question if it answeres yes there is oxigen in the air. Ask the other one for directions based on what the first one said.
I.e Is the sun shining ? no (it clearly is) ask the directions from the other one.
Is the sun shining? yes ( it clearly is ) ask the liar, and cus you know that one lies, go the other way.

etc etc
#123 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
"You get to ask ONE question to ONE bird."
You don't get two questions.
User avatar #125 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
yea damn, getting late, thought i can ask both of them heh
#126 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
See #104 for third solution and #99 for first two.
#116 - You only get one question, friend.  [+] (7 new replies) 08/30/2015 on Riddle Me This +1
User avatar #118 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
shiz nevermind, didn't see the one question per bird
User avatar #117 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
That is the question. Ask both at the same time? Depending on the situation, if there is a window ask for sun, if not ask for air.
#119 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
You can only ask one bird, and once you've asked that question, you still don't know which door is which, even if you know which bird is which.
User avatar #121 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
Nvm still works. Ask one bird the question if it answeres yes there is oxigen in the air. Ask the other one for directions based on what the first one said.
I.e Is the sun shining ? no (it clearly is) ask the directions from the other one.
Is the sun shining? yes ( it clearly is ) ask the liar, and cus you know that one lies, go the other way.

etc etc
#123 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
"You get to ask ONE question to ONE bird."
You don't get two questions.
User avatar #125 - sirsnipes (08/30/2015) [-]
yea damn, getting late, thought i can ask both of them heh
#126 - funnyjunkyeahyeah (08/30/2015) [-]
See #104 for third solution and #99 for first two.
#47 - Assisted suicide qualifies as manslaughter in the United State…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/30/2015 on justice! +2
#148 - anon (08/30/2015) [-]
He was already considering suicide and was in an online relationship. He was going to kill himself eventually

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