SurvivalOfHope


SurvivalOfHope

A golden splash of respect

When you come across a feel-good thing.

A glowing commendation for all to see









SurvivalOfHope

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

A glowing commendation for all to see

I'm in this with you.

A glittering stamp for a feel-good thing


SurvivalOfHope

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

I needed this today














SurvivalOfHope

This goes a long way to restore my faith in the people of Earth

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Everything is better with a good hug



  1. We need more collective support that is for sure. Not sure how we will go about creating it though.

  2. That poverty is usually not the result of mental illness like anxiety, depression, addiction, anger, etc…

  3. They feed each other in a downward, negative, compounding spiral of struggle, lack of support, extra chronic stressors, and missed opportunities, all because one is too busy surviving.

  4. For me personally, I prefer a bit of a rounded top-edge on a table top, especially if I spend a lot of time there.

  5. Not exactly sure what the rules and/or services are, but SPOKES is now the BikeHub

  6. According to the guidelines, "Talking about feelings and emotions" around the topic of suicide is safe content

  7. While I understand why volunteer mods wouldn't be comfortable enforcing this, my recommendation here is that:

  8. Honestly, what we might need more of is older, wealthier folks choosing to house (at low cost), support, and sponsor young folks. Everyone would benefit, in different ways.

  9. I do know that when access to vitual appointments ended in early May, that was a problem

  10. I watched a movie with my partner to relax. There was a secondry character in the film who passed on, after a long, meaningful, rich life.

  11. I really am not fond of the mandatory move towards 2-factor authentication.

  12. Not very well. My mental health sucks, and I see see a few options to improving it, but nothing attainable. Which I know is both cause and effect of the illness. It is frustrating, and honestly, I am just really tired and tired of hurting.

  13. On one level, I completely agree. I struggle in life enough, mentally and physically. And I can see the trajectories on all kinds of fronts, converging in collapse. I am acutely aware it could be...well, let's just say, VERY bad indeed. That doesn't sound like... fun.

  14. I am glad you are asking this, especially as someone who has considered leaving the group.

  15. It is a good point to raise about the power of language and word-choice. I perhaps shouldn't have used the word "hopium" but it is recognized on this sub. I've actually taken a course on the environment and hope. The premise was the only way for us to have hope is for us to taken real, meaningful, gritty, grounded, community action, then, we get to feel a measure of hope that we have created for ourselves from that action.

  16. There are family and friends for whom I'm worried about severe initial covid outcomes.

  17. From my SO: Using marijuana actually takes some getting used to in order to adapt to, and learn how to be in, that headspace. That's why it's a habitually used drug.

  18. I think I'll likely be okay, but I'm definitely worried for some of my Extremely Clinically Vulnerable (ECV) family members...

  19. -if a few of the emotion-based people would look at unpleasant, but important, facts, and take action

  20. "The demise of Greyhound three years ago seems to have led many to forget that a personal vehicle isn’t the only form of ground-based transportation that can get people between cities in British Columbia."

  21. It was in BC, was smaller than UBC, was a bit easier to get into than UBC, it had a program I wanted, and I liked Victoria/Saanich more than I liked Vancouver

  22. Do an online search for your location in BC to find out which traditional territories you live/work/plan on. One step further would be to then look up the website for that particular First Nation.

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