2010-10-15 21:50:40 on i need help i have no job and me and my 2 boys are
You need to try all of them. When I was looking for a job I applied literally every where in our city, and some even outside of it. I didn’t leave any stone unturned. I know it’s rough, and it has to be even harder with kids. But I know other adults that were in your same situation but were able to make it work. Have confidence in yourself and in what you do. Dress nice for everything, even when it’s for grabbing an application. You raise your chances of being hired drastically by doing so. Try to leave your availability as open as possible, this helps tremendously as well.
2010-10-15 21:41:42 on i need help i have no job and me and my 2 boys are
You need to stop and think about what you’re doing.
First off, if you’re going to be robbing products, do you even know where you’d sell them? In time, the stores will begin keeping an eye out for anyone suspicious. You will eventually get caught.
If you’re planning on stealing food, where are you going to hide it? Most stores have security devices that go off the very second stolen merchandise comes through. You’re going to get caught eventually.
If you are going to rob the cashier/cash register, well, with all due respect, that’s just plain stupid. Every store has a camera. You will be caught.
To wrap it up, you should have more self-respect for yourself and your children than that. There are multiple programs out there that will help you find jobs, and help you with your financial issues.. You have welfare if need be. Don’t degrade yourself to theft.
2010-10-15 21:33:45 on I got 99 girl problems
Take a deep breath and follow the cat with a mouse in it’s mouth.
Why don’t ya try sittin down and writing a list of all your possessions, friends, and happy memories that you’ve had. Then start writing about what you would like to have and like to do. After that, start thinkin of ways you could achieve em. Pla something exciting, like sky divin or a trip the mountains; what ever floats your boat.
Maybe it’s because your purpose is outside of what you’ve considered? Some people have life purposes they could have never dreamed of. In cases like those it’s like walking on a bent stick and having the top half fly up and hit you in the face. Minus the pain.
2010-10-14 20:13:37 on I’m tired of trying to be good, and trying to do the things right!
Take a night or more and just think about what makes you happy, and why. Get to know yourself, and be comfortable with who you are. Don’t shape yourself to everybody elses image.
2010-10-14 19:02:23 on So after all this crap the last 6 weeks..
Remember.. He didn’t care enough to text or cal for the last month and a half while you were sick. You deserve better than that.
2010-10-14 17:37:55 on humans are like predators
2010-10-13 12:56:21 on i am painfully shy, and i am not a social person at all.
Do it! It’ll most likely be an awesome experience!
2010-10-13 12:40:08 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
Hmm. I’ll be sure to keep all that in mind. Did you keep a journal or anything? Just write for the heck of it?
And is there anything you would suggest I bring?Any suggestions I’d appreciate immensely.
2010-10-13 12:25:25 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
[quote stone_]I know a thing or two, yes.
I’ve lived on what I could find or grow. I lost a lot of weight that way…
I know what I’m talking about when I warn you about loneliness and boredom.
The hardest part is that people are social creatures. We lose our humanity when we aren’t with other people. It’s amazing how quickly we lose our ability to communicate with other people.
And still, there are rewards in the meditative aspects… How close is your relationship with God/Great Spirit/Supreme Being?
That grows… Spending time observing the creatures of nature can be satisfying, there’s nothing quite like watching a lizard chasing bugs…[/quote]
Yeah, that’ll be the hardest to cope with. Does it get easier after a certain amount of time?
I’m packing up now. Getting plenty of water and fruits, a knife, a hatchet, a couple extra clothes, etc.
2010-10-13 12:05:26 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
[quote stone_][quote NotYouButMyself] I won’t be doing anything damaging.[/quote]
In the national forest, just taking a dump can be seen as “doing something damaging”
You can stay out of sight all you want, but spending as little as a couple of days in one spot leaves an impression that remains obvious for months. People leave an impact on their environment.
Prolly the first place that you should start is to go talk to some forest rangers about what you want to do. That is their job, to advise us.
It’s our forest, we have a right to be there… They aren’t trying to keep us out.
I think private property is actually best for what you want to do…[/quote]
I take it you’ve done something like this before, or are doing it currently?
2010-10-13 11:49:12 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
[quote stone_][quote NotYouButMyself] I know which trees to go for for sap, I know how to get fresh water, I can hunt, fish, and forage. I know how to make good lean-to’s. Other than tying things up and getting the plant book, I can’t think of anything else I could do.[/quote]
I haven’t seen where you’ve addressed this concern….
[quote]Make sure you have permission to be there, and to put up a structure, and make other permanent changes to the property.[/quote]
They can and will arrest you if you are somewhere that you don’t have permission to be.
Even in the National Forest, there are restrictions on what we can do, plus we must move to another location after a couple of weeks.[/quote]
Yeah, I plan on staying out of sight and out of the way. I won’t be doing anything damaging.
2010-10-13 11:43:30 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
[quote Very Wealthy]But are you allowed on the property?[/quote]
The first place I plan on staying yes. Other than that, probably not. But I don’t plan on making anything permanent or damaging to the land. Everything will be temporary and easily takin down until the mountains.
2010-10-13 11:39:24 on Yesterday I said I wanted to live in the wild, and today I want to leave.
[quote lenka_1]have u watched film “Into the Wild”? it may be convincing[/quote]
I’ve watched it. The kid was stupid on how he went about it. He did little preparing, had no idea of the lay of the land, and was trying to survive in the harshest environment he could.