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People's Favorite Lessons From Therapy (36 Tweets)

Twitter users are sharing their most cherished lessons they've picked up from therapists over the years. The following collection of insights might speak to you on some level. We can all use a couple calming tips to keep in our back pockets, for when the world throws a curveball our way. 

A collection of tweets from people sharing their most helpful lessons from therapy | tweet by Ttown316 Replying CarolineMoss are not responsible version they created their mind.
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Ex-MLM Members And Recruiters Share Their Stories

Someone on AskReddit asked for people that used to work for MLMs to share their experiences. Finally, a peek behind the curtain of what drives those sketchy and deceptive machines. Keep an eye out for these red flags so that you don't fall prey to their shady tactics. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to people that used to work for MLM's and pyramid schemes | posted by Trawhe My recruiter told she made $400 at party at later learned she made 25 told if could get 2 people under would make $400-$500 per month. Then told needed 4 people instead 2. Then 2,000 debt with nothing show Deleted them all and changed my phone number.
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Nostalgic 90s Life Hacks

Can't say that we miss the days of having to print directions out from MapQuest. It's remarkable to take a look through these "90s life hacks" and realize just how much the world has changed. It's easy to forget just how fast things are changing around us. 

A collection of helpful life hacks from back in the 90s | a4 paper printed with direction and taped to a car's dashboard. Use sites like MapQuest print directions where heading, Never get lost again!
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Various Tips and Life Hacks to Become a Slightly More Effective Person

Here's some sound financial advice as well as various tips to make you seem like less of an idiot. We'll probably forget a lot of these and be back on our bullshit in no time, but it's nice to review. For a blast from the past, check out these wild old-timey life hacks from forever ago or for some bad advice, these straight up hilariously bad life hacks.

Tips, advice, and life hacks | 1. Golden spending rule: If can't afford two can't afford 2 thinking about buying something don't necessarily need, imagine item one hand and cash other. Which one would take?
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Glamorized Career Paths That Are Nightmares

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share those glorified career paths that are actually total nightmares. Take these people's advice and hard-earned life lessons about careers, so that you don't have to find yourself in the middle of a job that you utterly despise. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to glamorized career paths that are actually nightmares | post by kahli-dub Flight attendant travel would be amazing, but let's face glorified waitress working cramped, steel tube.
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Star Wars Inspires Twitter Discussion On Movie Failures

Star Wars has ignited all kinds of thoughtful discussions on what really constitutes a fail in the movie business. There's a whole lot more to it than meets the eye. At the end of the day, you also can't deny that there will always be someone around ready to complain about something. 

Guy on Twitter explains what it looks like when a movie actually fails | tweet by Nash076 Do actually know technical meaning bomb" is film? Because Rise Skywalker didn't bomb s on track pull at least billion s at $725 mil now s made back its budget and 's going turn profit s not bomb.
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Unhealthy Things That People Think Are Healthy

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share those things that folks assume are healthy, while in fact they are nothing of the sort. Labels can be very deceptive. Many people could really benefit from doing some research of their own before assuming that a "nutrition bar" or health drink is actually good for them. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to things people think are healthy, but actually aren't healthy | Low Fat 100% Fat Free
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Twitter User Has Bold New Strategy For Handling Fitted Sheets

A whole lot of people are able to relate over the terrible struggle that can come of trying to handle fitted sheets. Twitter user @Shenanigans_luv, is going viral for her bold suggestion on how to resolve the conundrum. 

Twitter user suggests a bold new strategy for handling fitted sheets.
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Twitter Users Share Their Best Takeaways From Therapy

Twitter users are sharing their most helpful takeaways from their therapists, in an effort to help other people that might need some tips on how to navigate the various stresses of life. We're all in this together. It's remarkable what kind of help a few relatable pointers from a therapist can provide. 

A collection of tweets from people sharing their best takeaways from therapy.
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Good Questions To Ask During Job Interviews

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share solid questions to ask the interviewer during the job interview process. Can be a total game-changer to show up to the job interview with some thoughtful questions at your disposal. 

A collection of helpful advice to ask during job interviews.
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Winter Life Pro Tips That Could Come In Handy

Winter is coming. These winter life pro tips might just help you weather the next winter storm in such a way that you're not absolutely miserable. Don't fall prey to those dangerous tricks like thinking that alcohol is actually warming you up, when it's cold as all hell outside. 

A collection of winter life hacks that could help people out that struggle in the winter.
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Food Workers Share Menu Items They Definitely Wouldn't Suggest

Someone on AskReddit asked for food workers to divulge their tips for what menu items customers would be served well to avoid. Apparently the baked cod at Long John Silvers is a whole steaming mess of bad news. 

A collection of food workers share the menu items they definitely wouldn't recommend.
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A Move Prompts Twitter Users To Share Their Best Packing Tips

Twitter user @mayasworld, inspired fellow Twitter users to break out their most helpful packing tips in light of her big upcoming move. Anyone who's ever struggled through packing up all their stuff, knows that moving is no small feat. The process of packing up all of one's sh*t is no fun at all. So, we'll gladly take any tips that people have to offer, when it comes to making the process easier. 

Twitter users share a collection of their most helpful packing tips for someone who's about to move.
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Woman Shares Powerful Twitter Thread On ADHD

Twitter user @sayitslp, shared a powerful and relatable thread on what it's like living with ADHD. It's being shared by many that live with ADHD themselves, and seem to connect with the way she's explained a life with ADHD. 

Woman shares a powerful Twitter thread on ADHD.
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Hiring Managers Share What Resumes Got Applicants Rejected Or Approved

Someone on AskReddit asked for hiring managers to share the CVs and resumes they've come across that either got the applicant an immediate foot in the door, or rejection. A little humor can definitely go a long way for getting in the good graces of a hiring manager who's bored by an endless procession of identically lifeless resumes. 

Hiring managers share the things that got applicants approved or rejected.
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Chefs Disclose Red Flags That Customers Should Be Wary Of

Someone on AskReddit asked for chefs to share the red flags that customers should keep a critical eye out for, while eating out. The following insights serve as a guide for how to avoid a potentially high risk, food poisoning situation. Gotta watch out for those dirty soda dispenser nozzles, man. 

Chefs share the various red flags that you should keep an eye out for while eating out at restaurants.
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