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  1. Try getting a chest cold. I've been coughing up a long. But my abs..oh yeah. They're so good.
  2. As SA said, I am in management position now where I can be the good manager who told me. In 6 (or 3 ) months you will be out of a job. Start looking now. If Ibsee something that you're qualified for, I'll let you know. You have my glowing recommendation anywhere you go. I've been there a few times. I am thankful for my managers. I have actual love for them for doing this. I've never missed a day of work. Btw, I too was an employee with new born (Second kid) and newly bought first house when I got the notice.
  3. Nothing feels better than the moment you realize that nothing hurts.
  4. I would say, date someone who is not easy for you. Someone who challenges you. We tend to undermine, we make excuses to date our equals. But in the end we want people who are smart enough to chose us, but partners who we can tell what to do for their best lives. I say, pick the person who challenges you to a maddening stance. Even of that person is an antivaxxer. Leave your comfort zone, work for your opinion.
  5. Keep the fast. It's the easy portion.
  6. To add to it and as an inspiration for myself. Be goal oriented. Think of it as cooking. You want to make a meal to impress but only have access to some tools and the same old ingredients. Pick the goal and use everything at your fingertips. Reach back into the cupboard, wow yourself. It's only a meal after all.
  7. My doctor is very positive on it and he is a progressive one. When Memantine was promising, he helped me with it, right dose, tapering, etc. We've tried everything and when it came to talking about psilocybin, he wanted the data and supported me @STENDEC . So I think the science is there for CGRP.
  8. Psylocibin research is still in it's infancy. The Cluster Headache research started from a few brave souls that tried it on our own through trial and error. Many came before, many more after.
  9. Are you thinking CGRP? Also, I had Cluster Headaches. Textbook episodic, for over 20 years. Psilocybin. Cured me from an incurable disease. My migraines though, they still plague me and have become a bit untractable. Who knows, medical marijuana is legal in my state. Might have to consider it.
  10. Before and after pictures are needed. Hard to judge based on mere words. Even if you write a thousand.
  11. I understand and I'm sorry you are going through this. Give it time, if she doesn't want to fight for the marriage there is nothing you can do to convince her and then you'll have to make decisions.
  12. What you are going through is traumatic for both of you. She feels forced to do something she didn't want to do and is resentful for it. You are also resentful that you've given so much and given up so much. I think that the painful part right now is needed. One thing that is useful, make a pact that you both will see this through. That you will work it out, after all from what I hear from you, you both love each other. What this will (eventually) do is that you will be partners attacking a problem instead of each other. In the end, strive for a better work/personal life/family balance and everyone will genuinely be happier. Except her mom. I'm going to start isometrics and greater volume work around that elbow joint and see how it goes. It is my biggest demotivational for workouts. I end up not being able to grip things for days. It's annoying.
  13. Talk it out, very few things can't be solved in a marriage. Hit me up if you want to chat. Now tell me more about this magical thing of no elbow pain. Granted. I too neglect to do curls, but the get the most pain when I do hammer curls.
  14. My deepest condolences my friend. Today, let me grieve with you. Tomorrow, we will smile with those still with us.
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