I have a dream reoccurring dream that my teeth are falling. They crumble out of my mouth and I have to spit the crumbs out in my dream. I can usually tell when I'm dreaming but this "type" of dream always seems so real. What does it mean?
Anyway, when I talk most of the time, I do not feel like I am telling anyone the way that I feel, but recently I have changed my mind. I think a lot of my speech just aims to hide my feelings towards others, but nonetheless the subtle meaning of all my words end up reflecting my feelings to the other person without me realising it.
I am reading much further into conversations than I used to, and I do not like the impression that I usually get. It seems like there are so many insecure people out there, I have yet to find one that has nothing to say to me that is not self-depreciating or intimidating. And I struggle to find anything that I say which is not like that either.
Do you think someone would need psychiatric help if they were really obsessed with their ex?
ie: And not in a crazy, stalker way...just like not being able to stop thinking about them, always getting upset if their ex doesn't talk to them, always going bonkers when seeing their ex with another girl or boy, always focused on looking good for them specifically...
Is the dollar is going down in value due to deficits and the increase in money suppy (currently increasing 13%) along with other countries not wanting to hold dollars as a reserve because dollar is indeed losing value? Also noteworthy is that countries want oil priced in euros or a basket. Will this leave the U.S. unable to pay back what it owes, so it will inflate the currency to pay back less? Which then will cause inflation and then will leave CDs and Treasuries in dollars at a guaranteed loss? For example will a 10,000 deposit will be worth 9500 in one year in purchasing power after taxes and 10% inflation?
Will CD rates rise to offset inflation impact like in 1980s?
What should someone do right now with a large portion of assets in CDs and Treasuries?
Thanks All (YIKES) ...was this rate cut the wrong move and is it a desperate attempt to bring back faith in the dollar?
my son his having trouble in school. He gets upset over things like the wrong crayon, he doesnt want to sit in his seat or participate with the class. He just breaks down and it ruins his day. He has no problem with the work he is actually very smart. There are days where everything is fine. He is not hyper at home or at school. Its like he just doesnt want to be there. At home he bangs his head on the couch when he gets mad at himself. He has no problem finishing his work and loves to learn. This is his first year of school.