2021.10.16 04:46 lilgaylady I’m a mental health support worker but have terrible mental health issues. AMA
I work in a care home for people with anything from schizophrenia to learning disabilities to dementia. I get a lot of verbal, mental, physical, and sometimes sexual abuse from residents I care for. I have bpd, asd, and ptsd. AMA
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2021.10.16 04:46 NostalgicNight420 👀
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2021.10.16 04:46 ginospumoni Need Guidance — New to Alarm industry!
Really seeking some advice on my current carrier path.
To give some background, I have worked around 8 years in the non profit / urban youth and community field in management positions.
About a year and a half ago i decided to switch career paths and become an electrician apprentice. I enjoyed the hands on work and salary potential (probably too much lol). however The company I worked for wasn’t the best, and i quickly realized that becoming a journeyman electrician just wasn’t for me. I Wasn’t a fan of the risk of getting shocked as well as my schedule didnt fit the apprenticeship school schedule that was set up at my company (hoping to have a kid soon).
I wanted to change jobs but hoped to stay in a generally related field.
A few weeks ago I was offered a position for an Alarm company (they do fire, but mostly access control, burg, and cctv i believe). After some thought I decided to take the job because it entailed some of the things i enjoyed and I feel like it will be a good fit for me.
My question is: can someone point me in the right direction regarding career growth? I want to be able to learn as much as I can while working/learning in this field.
I know it is important to ask questions and work hard and that much will be learned in the field.. But are there any videos, curriculum, or certifications that you would recommend? I would really appreciate any help.
My second question is: what are career path options beyond a service or install tech? I definitely do not want to get ahead of myself, but always like to have an idea or general longterm goal to reach reach for. (I have pretty solid management skills, and a strong work ethic.. and I am quite excited to learn in this field.)
thank you all!
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2021.10.16 04:46 i_am_smithy 29[M4F]Bored at work
2021.10.16 04:46 Sikshotgaming Nezuko combo video
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2021.10.16 04:46 FHEK789 Can I create a component outside of window boundaries in QML?
Just like the title says, I want to create a welcome app and I need to highlight specific parts of the desktop, I tried with a popup it can't be positioned outside of window boundaries apparently...
Is there a better solution to this?
Thank you! :)
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2021.10.16 04:46 Keepnitcountry Merger: what does this mean!
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2021.10.16 04:46 wilymon Dont. Move.
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2021.10.16 04:46 paco_the_devine his name is samuel and yes i used microsoft paint
2021.10.16 04:46 Dabofhoney 65.7k tiktok acc for sale $70
2021.10.16 04:46 MugShots LVMPD Traffic Alert
2021.10.16 04:46 WiiSteeringWheel Skyrim templates funnier than stuff???😔😔😔
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2021.10.16 04:46 DriftingTought In a perfect world...
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2021.10.16 04:46 Schmitzstain Mining level question.
Lol pls don’t roast me. I feel like I answer my question but want to make sure
I need 70 mining for DS2 and I am 66 right now. I have the celestial ring that gives me a +4 invisible boost and I have the dragon pickaxe spec on top of it.
I know I’m probably overthinking but I am okay right?
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2021.10.16 04:46 colsectre Enabling 'edit layers' causes material with Layer Blend to only show as black when applied to landscape. Layer info is not missing.
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2021.10.16 04:46 DiamondTwig Survival Realm
I made this world a year ago and then turned it into a realm. The realm was dead so at the begginning of Summer I shut it down. I just recently opened it back up. There was somebody who had glitched out items that we had a small dupe stash of. The rules are, no griefing, no stealing, no killing others pets and no hacking. You can dupe and you can kill whenever you want to. If you kill somebody, they have to get all their items back.
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2021.10.16 04:46 picccle Finished Three Houses and Awakening. What next?
Like the title says, I finished all of the routes in Three Houses (minus DLC) and Awakening and loved both games. Which game should I move onto next? I was thinking about Fates or Shadows of Valentina, but I’d love to hear some other thoughts!
The only thing out of possibility (financially) is buying some of the more expensive games that were only available on the GameCube or Wii.
Let me know what you think!
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2021.10.16 04:46 TheMixerTheMaster Floyd Dixon - Call Operator 210 (1952)
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2021.10.16 04:46 BackTrak251 Anyone else completely let down by the sequel?
That book was hot garbage, someone at Disney needs to be fired. If I wanted to be preached to about social issues I would just watch the news or sit on Twitter for 5 minutes.
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2021.10.16 04:46 BlancSL8 Just a casual Friday night at home with CI Joe
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2021.10.16 04:46 SarahXXX407 Do the snoring rings work?
2021.10.16 04:46 thelightsarebrights I’m so high typing this is a struggle. AMA
2021.10.16 04:46 LunaPneumatic 40 acre farmstead in middle TN for sale
(Posted with permission - and x-posted from permies.com)
We have 40 acres - 34 wooded, 6 cleared.. it's a half mile deep plot of land running between other large plots that are 90% forested. this was supposed to be our "forever home", but my company is relocating me to their Oregon office, so we have to say goodbye.
With the infrastructure and features we have, and our proximity to Nashville, Columbia, Murfreesboro, Franklin, and Clarksville (we're more or less an hour from all of those cities) - our market analysis results have ranged from $599k to $800k ..
We had a realtor who we asked to do a CMA for us approach with the idea of a church from out of state buying it and turning it into a summer camp for disadvantaged kids. they were offering over $700k, but they wanted to clear the forest, bring in horses, pigs, sheep, goats, alpacas, ducks, add more cabins, put in a commercial kitchen, and cycle a dozen kids in and out every 3 weeks to give them a "full country experience", which would generally ruin the very quiet/peaceful nature of this valley - and cause half the neighbors to protest/move.. So I haven't pursued that option.. I would rather the land go to someone who'll treat it with respect and care.
And of course, if we skip using realtors, I can afford to sell lower since they won't take 7% off the top.
The house and guest house are on an artesian water supply - it's been bubbling out of the ground since the 60s at least, when this place was a trout fishery. Trout tanks are still present, but not in working condition. Price is prohibitive to restore them.
We have never used chemicals in the 7+ years we've lived here, nor had the people who lived here 20 years before we bought.. Chickens and goats are fed organic grain and hay as well.. The land is pure. "Better than organic", but not certified organic.
House is 2270 sq ft. 3 BRs. each bedroom has an ensuite bathroom, and walk-in closet. the master bedroom has two walk-ins. The bathrooms have heated marble floors. Center of the house is a great room with cathedral ceiling. The beams for the greatroom as well as the boards on all the walls were milled from tulip poplar wood cut here on the property when the house was constructed in the late 70s. The 4th corner of the 'big square' is a large den/office.
Half basement that is semi-finished. Laundry is in the basement, and we use it for storage.
Main house has three woodburning stoves - two on main floor (one is an old style wood-fired kitchen cook stove), one in basement. it is easy to keep the whole house heated with the wood and some fans for air circulation. (or, if the power goes out in an ice storm and the temps stay at a windy 20 for 3 days, everyone just camps in the great room in the middle of the house)
Kitchen has upgraded glass cooktop and double convection ovens. Microwave is 2-3 yrs old, dishwasher and fridge are 4? 5? I forget.
There are four closets in the great room - we use 3 for pantries, one for coats and brooms.. Stairs to the basement are lined with shelves for more pantry storage.
inground fiberglass pool has a new pump, new sand, new piping, and was drained and had an epoxy resurfacing paint applied to it 2 years ago .. goes from 3' to 6' deep . about 13' across, 28' long?(guessing) . It is surrounded by concrete deck and fence.
Guest house, which is 900+ sq ft, 1/1. also has a woodburning stove for extra/alternate heat. It also has an external 1/2 bath from when it was the bait shop for the old trout fishery.
Barn is 40x25 with a 25x18 lean on one side and 43x15 lean across the back. The leans need new roofing and some joists replaced ..
New roofs on both houses, and the main barn 7 yrs ago - 30-yr shingles New HVAC on main house 3 yrs ago new HVAC on guest house 1 yr ago
we've added 5 paddocks for small livestock such as sheep or goats. there are run in sheds.. 4 of the paddocks are on a central alley, for rotational grazing. the 5th is for quarantine of new animals. (our original usage, anyway)
There are two ponds - once aerated trout ponds - now they hold bass, bluegill, redear - and at least three species of turtles, 100s of frogs, and eastern water snakes.. we've caught/released 5lb fish .. the smaller of the two ponds (both actually) could use an excavation and deepening - and my plan was to cut the separator and make them into one larger pond with a larger land area in the middle for the picnic table and burn ring, as well as a solar powered aerator to further keep the algae levels down.. we have blue herons there every day, lesser green herons sometimes, kingfishers that live here, muskrats, the odd beaver that wanders up the creek from the river.. and once in a while, an overwintering bald eagle. (not so much now that they ate all our ducks)
A pair of red-shouldered hawks that nest in the loblolly pines in the front yard every year - and escort me while I mow, dive-bombing within inches of me whenever I stir up something they can feed their young with. several pair of Barred Owls living in the valley that chat up and down the valley most evenings two pair of pileated woodpeckers that live out back Last winter I documented 30 species of birds on our feeders.
we also have several hundred feet of creek frontage, down by the road. fair warning - it flash floods.. this year it's done so five times - which is atypical.. we usually get a flood like that every 5-10 years. We're trapped for 3-4 hrs while the floods recede, then I go get the tractor, scoop out the ditches, re-pack the driveway where it's washed out, and go on with the day.
There is a large dedicated garden space - currently fenced, but one might want to pull the fencing as it's a hassle to mow around and keep clear of vines. We had the fencing up to slow down the deer and turkeys, which mostly worked. note - it did not stop the woodchucks or raccoons.. at all..
There are three 3x8 cedar raised garden beds on the back porch for kitchen herbs. they're hugelkultur based, with logs/branches under compost/mulch/soil mixtures.
Orchard with pears, apples, apricots, peaches, cherries - I think it needs soil amendments and additional treatments, or a different combination of trees.. the pit fruits freeze off almost every year due to a late frost, and the apples have cedar rust. Pears are just starting to produce well. we have heirloom comfrey in several places, which gets chopped-n-dropped around the trees..
Blueberries - 4 large bushes that produced 4 gallons this year, 3 smaller bushes planted 2 yrs ago to enhance crop yield when they mature. Another patch up in the woods behind the barn where we cleared undergrowth and shrubs 5 yrs ago. they have been neglected and ignored - they were solely for forage and to encourage critters to leave the other patch alone.
Thornless blackberries - 3+ gallons of berries from them this year. After this year, the stand needs to be pruned and shaped (and probably could use another few loads of the goat manure compost) from the other side of the barn.
Grapes - concord, muscadine, and scuppernong. the Concords are 10+ yr old vine - the others are 3 yrs old and growing everywhere. they need reined in :)
Hazelnut bushes - 10 of them - just starting to produce nuts this year
Six hybrid pecans (grafted type 1 and type 2) we planted 7 yrs ago. the bigger ones should start producing at 8-10 yrs - so soon
Mulberry bushes - two of them planted and producing well.
Fig bushes that produce late in season and freeze back every year. could probably winterize them if one cared to.
Two bottlebrush buckeye bushes - because they're pretty ;) Three vitex bushes behind the pool - because they're pretty :) And fantastic mid/late summer bee forage Witch Hazel bushes - recently planted, but medicinal as well as super early season blooms for silly bees Wife has planted dozens of various medicinal plants here and there We have an elderberry patch, but needs more mulch on their roots, and/or to be (re)moved A stand of PawPaws have been planted, but will need attention and a few more years before they fruit ginseng in the woods, wild and planted by seed four years ago to increase their numbers several pounds of morel spore was spread in hopes of boosting morel production
We did a select cutting of the forest this spring/summer - there are now two areas in the back that could readily be converted to food plots for both deer and turkey - and there are plenty of both. the bigger clearing at the top of the valley in the back could be a great building site for another home - you'd just have to go off-grid or pay for the poles to get power back there. Currently also 50-60 cord of firewood (oak and hickory) laying out there as tops...
natively, we have beech trees (two of them are century+ massive and regal), black walnut trees, american persimmons, mock strawberry, ninebark, dogwood, sourwood (another mid summer bee food), tulip poplar (early season bee food), redbuds, acres of violets in early spring, that give way to acres of white clover..
several maples that can be tapped for sap in the spring - though TN springs aren't really conducive to that. hickories by the 100s, oaks by the 1000s (red and white), plenty of mast for critters to gorge themselves on
Currently have an apiary with a dozen hives, but those are bespoke so will not convey.
there's a large chicken coop (10x16) we used to raise chickens/turkeys in, but we had to take down all the protective fencing to let the loggers through, so if you wanted to go with poultry, you'd need to add that back to keep predators out.
Thanks for reading!
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2021.10.16 04:46 thewirdz NO COPYRIGHT MUSIC // LiQWYD - Summer Nights
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