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Hi, Am I Crazy?

I’ve been obsessed with psychopaths, sociopaths and serial killers for as long as I can remember. I started thinking “what would it be like to kill someone?”and I realize… I wouldn’t care if I hurt someone. In fact… I want to. Just watching that kind of power over someone’s life come from me, especially if it were an enemy. It wouldn’t affect me. When I was younger, I used to torture animals. Grab them by their tails and drag them down the hallway. My sister ended up calling me an “animal abuser” My sister is now afraid of me. I’ve hurt myself rather than hurting someone else because I just recently got in trouble for almost assaulting someone with a pair of scissors and I realized… I do not want to deal with that again. I am not here to seek help, I am here to seek answers.If this counts for anything, I am extremely fascinated by taxidermy and I’d really like to do it myself. I’m a regular Norman Bates, Eh?Norman Bates, Alfred Hitchcock’s memorable character in the movie Psycho, was …

New video by Global Mountain Bike Network on YouTube

Does Riding Make You Happier? | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 185
After Neil came back from a bike ride angry we wanted to know exactly how happy mountain biking makes you. We discuss how Donald Trump’s trade war with China will affect the bicycle industry, and Sam Hill’s new custom Nukeproof has Neil feeling nervous about his upcoming race at the Finale round of the EWS. Enter the DT Swiss promotion here: Subscribe to GMBN: Get exclusive GMBN gear in the GMBN store! Dirt Shed Show brought to you by Chain Reaction Cycles. Shop Online: Does your MTB make you happy? Let us know in the comments below 👇 Yet again Martyn interrupts Doddy to get some great tech insight into the history of suspension forks. Martyn gets excited about the post, and Neil gives out lots of Super Nice’s in the bike vault this week. We have a great Lego submission in this week’s Chain Reaction Cycles Hacks and Bodges, and a some very funny…

Am I Being Paranoid?

From a teenaged young woman in the U.S.: Hello there, I am in need of advice.So recently there has been a feeling of uneasiness regarding my family. I don’t know if I am being paranoid or overly dramatic but i can’t stop thinking about it. Recently I feel like my family doesn’t love me which is so weird but I can’t help but feel it. I feel like I’m useless and just get in the way.I have no job yet, I have an upcoming interview. I complete all of my chores and what not. My parents are very tired and my dad is very moody lately. Every time he comes home from work he seems very irritable and starts scolding us and sometimes yells and cusses at my siblings and I. I do all my chores before he gets home and he almost always finds my brother and I playing games and gets extremely angry. When there’s a problem I try finding a solution and talking to him but he tells me to not talk back at him, which I’m not, I’m only trying to help. He gets this crazed look in his eyes.I sometimes feel very u…

Daily Meditation Saturday, September 22, 2018

Worrying does not take away tomorrow's troubles, it takes away today's peace

from The Meditation Society of Australia
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Fish-Rich Diet in Pregnancy May Boost Baby’s Brain, Eye Development

Women who eat a diet rich in fatty fish can help boost their child’s brain function and eyesight, according to a small Finnish study published in the journal Pediatric Research.The new findings support previous studies that emphasize the importance of an expectant mother’s diet and lifestyle choices when it comes to the development of her baby.Study leader Kirsi Laitinen, from the University of Turku and Turku University Hospital, says that a mother’s diet during pregnancy and breastfeeding is the main way for valuable long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids to become available to a fetus during the period of maximum brain growth in the first years of a child’s life.Such fatty acids help shape nerve cells important to eyesight, particularly in the retina. They are also important in forming the synapses that are vital in the transport of messages between neurons in the nervous system.For the study, the researchers looked at the results of 56 mothers and their children drawn from a large…