Exp dates are vital when you purchase salad in a bag. Breaking up with my e-reader. I regret not dedicating my life to the psycho-analysis of shame in the collective experience of the German people post- Third Reich.

My e-reader and I are going through a process of conscious uncoupling at this time.  I would agree wholeheartedly to all who exclaim the merits of this noble device. The ability to carry 500+ books all in one thin, light, electronic apparatus is truly astounding. This is an exciting time to be alive.

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This book changed my life and justified my entire existence. I also steal a box of low-sugar instant oatmeal from my parents and consume some in a paper cup because I’m an adult.

As many of you might know, I am working towards my license in mental health counseling and am very interested in psychology and counseling in a general sense. At this time of my life, my education and career feels very rewarding. I work for a famous psychiatrist in the ADHD community. He rose in popularity and to the top of the New York Times Bestseller list for his books about his strength-focused approach to ADHD. Because of him, for the first time people recognized that having ADHD could attribute to POSITIVE aspects of their lives and personality. He brought home the point that it is all about recognizing what strategies make sense for you. I love talking to people who have read his books and hearing that they finally feel understood and everything makes sense.

 

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