Transfer it into something effective. Go to the gym! Go to the rack and put on enough weight that you can reasonably lift without hurting yourself and grind it out. Feel your muscles contract and scream in agony. Feel the soreness already building up before you even leave the gym that's the best kind of sore.
Feel an amazing power that your body has. Go sprint instead. Run until your legs can't move any faster. Run until your chest is wailing in pain.
Run until you physically cannot anymore. I don't care what you do in the gym, just by all means be safe and smart about it. But just do it, okay? Even if you don't know what you want to say or what you even want to get out of it, just send the first text.
You might be scared to take the first step because, well, what are you even supposed to say to make it known you are not okay, right? Um, say exactly that. Just say it. Let your friends surprise you with how supportive they can be. Florida Gulf Coast University. I get that they didn't have the longest time together, and they had many hold-ups in their relationship, but they weren't the ones who deserved the only happy ending. For one, Elena forgave Damon for every bad Running Out Of Time, including killing her brother Jeremy with no questions asked.
If not validated by Elena, Damon would go crazy and go into a killing rage. Toxic is an understatement when it comes to Delena. But, Running Out Of Time, enough of that. On to the couples who should have been given their happy ending.
She lost her grandma, the only one who could help her develop into a witch because she was helping out Stefan for Elena - even though she had a true hatred for vampires. She lost her mother to vampirism because everyone was trying to save Elena. It seems as though no one ever stops to ask Bonnie if she is OK. She deserved happiness more than anyone.
And Enzo, well, he didn't start life off too well. He was tortured for years, and his only friend Damon left him to die. Enzo and Bonnie made each other happy, and they should have gotten their happy ending. Bonnie made Enzo a better man, and through his tough hardships, she changed him for the better. Out of anyone in the show, Bonnie deserved to get her happy ending because she always put her happiness and sanity aside for everyone else.
She made him want to be better and to do better. Even when she denied him for Tyler, he didn't act out of anger. He waited until Caroline was ready for him and what he could give her. He didn't allow his love for her to consume him to the point that he would kill or threaten lives because she didn't want to be with him. He spoke the famous words "He's your first love, I intend to be your last, however long it takes. Caroline went through a lot in life, as well as Klaus.
Klaus' parents were toxic and wanted him dead, and he was never truly loved for who he was. Caroline showed him a different side of life. A life where he was granted the love he should have received as a child. Caroline made him better, and because of her, he was the best father he could be and slowly became a better man. She had done nothing wrong - she tried saving her little sister and she was an amazing doctor. She was a sweet witch who didn't deserve the death she got. Jo and Alaric were truly happy, and you could tell they brought life into one another.
They brought two bundles of Running Out Of Time into the world, and Jo should have lived to see what she created. As for Alaric, every woman he ever Running Out Of Time passed away, and it is unbearable to see that unfold. Alaric should have been given the chance to live out his days with Jo. Instead, he continued to end up alone.
Absolutely heartbreaking to watch. She deserved more than what she got, and her friends should have fought harder for her happiness. Delena could have still been happy, but they shouldn't have been the only ones. Caroline deserved to have the love that would have given her everything. Klaus deserved the love that he should have been given as a child.
Alaric deserved to be with the woman he loved with all his might. And Jo deserved to live and love. Gustavo Fring from Pexels. I bought it because it's something that's important to him. That's it. I pushed it off and reminded him there are a lot of other important things we need to be mindful of, and saving money would be the responsible thing to do.
I would also like to think that if I talked to my boyfriend about something I enjoyed, he would make efforts to make that happen for me as well within reason. The money will come and go, but we will never get these moments again. Do that thing they really enjoy but you're not so sure about. They'll be so happy you did. Florida State University. Dinielle De Veyra from Pexels. It's true what they say: "People want what they can't have.
I mean, we've all been there before — you're talking to a guy who appears to be head-over-heels for us right off the bat, takes you out a few times, and then suddenly disappears or ends things. Because it's easy to get carried away in the beginning of a relationship because we're hopeful, excited, and we want to win them over. He might even think it's weird that you never have anything else going on. Even if you think this is the sweet thing to do, boys love to chase.
And once they think they've gotten you, they pull away. Work on yourself: go to the gym, have hobbies, see your friends. Your world should not revolve around this potential boyfriend yet and if it does, he is going to lose interest quickly. Trust me: if you act like you're just going with the flow and aren't too preoccupied with changing your relationship status, he will ultimately think you are the perfect girlfriend material.
Among the many things being impacted is love. To dig a little deeper into what engaged couples are facing inI chatted with five couples who had to go through their own pandemic wedding journey, and here's what they all had to say. Courtesy of Rory Semple. We were planning to get married at a stable called Hacienda Mamacona with about guests. It was to be an outdoor wedding with a tented portion for dinner and dancing. At what point did you realize these plans weren't going to work?
What were those emotions like for you both? So we made the decision at the end of May to postpone. It may have felt a bit preemptive at the time but certainly, the timeline of COVID has proven that it was a wise decision in hindsight.
Do you have plans to have a smaller wedding or did you postpone until restrictions are lifted? We are in no rush as there is no urgent need to get married, and we'd prefer to wait and have the wedding that both of us have always thought of. What has been the hardest part about your pandemic wedding journey? In some cases, that was quite disappointing for people as they had organized trips around the wedding or had been really looking forward to it. Neither of us has a 'woulda shoulda coulda' attitude when it comes to decisions we take jointly, as that can only negatively impact the relationship.
How has this experience changed your relationship if at all? It hasn't impacted our relationship in a negative sense and I think has only made us more sure of the plans we have for next May. It has helped us focus on the growth of our business and allowed us to really focus on what is important to us day-to-day.
What would you want to tell other couples who have fall weddings that are currently up in the air? Your vendors will be willing to work with you and the sooner you are willing to make that call the easier it will be to secure allocation at the venue or with critical vendors for a new date. Courtesy of Shanna and Kaihla. So, I had to chat with Shanna and Kaihla to learn more about how they got through the uncertainty of getting married during a pandemic and hear their best advice for anyone going through the same.
Looking back to how you met, do you have any dating app tips for those who are currently on one and are having trouble finding their perfect match? There are other people like you out there who are really looking for their person. Yes, you may have to weed through the 'hook up only' matches, but I think it is still worth a shot to put yourself out there. Now, fast-forwarding to your wedding planning process, at what point did it really hit you that you'd have to cancel your wedding?
What were those emotions like? We were so upset because we felt like it was part of our wedding experience and we were only going to get one chance to do this trip. The next day we were talking and were like 'wait We were devastated — we couldn't believe this was happening. Once we cried our tears, we picked ourselves back up, and began our rescheduling process. You mentioned how family members were beginning to RSVP no because of COVID, but you couldn't help but wonder whether it was actually because they didn't support your marriage.
Can you share some of the thoughts and feelings that came with this? How were you able to remain positive through it all? It created a lot of uncertainty and anxiety. I knew some family members' beliefs and some of them had made it known they were debating coming for personal beliefs. So for those people to then cancel because of COVID or other coincidental reasons, it creates doubt and hurt.
I knew deep down why they weren't coming and that really crushed me for a while. I eventually came to terms with their choices because I thought if they really love me for me, they will be there. And I only wanted people on the most important day of my life to come filled with love and happiness for my wife and I.
Were there any moments in which you felt your relationship was being tested? How did you make it through those moments together? We became very pessimistic and felt like 'well what else can go wrong? We started bickering frequently and being short-tempered with each other and one night we kind of had a breaking point and were like 'what are we doing? This is not who we are as people' and had to center ourselves around why we were going through all of this in the first place.
Once we had that moment and remembered the whole purpose of all the stress and time and tears was that we love each other and that was all that mattered. How did the expenses and the job uncertainty factor into your stress, particularly while planning your wedding?
Was your venue flexible with refunds? We never really discussed an option with our venue regarding refunds. When we spoke with them about having to cancel, they gave us dates to reschedule and we ended up choosing June 20 as our new date.
We were planning on moving in the summer and kind of felt like it was a now or never moment. The wedding being delayed coupled with fewer people coming actually helped us a little financially. Your small ceremony in Kaihla's parents' backyard looked so special and the vows were beautiful. What was that day like? We knew when we initially moved our big wedding date that we wanted to have some kind of ceremony on our original wedding date.
We tried to have a beach wedding at a nice resort and got it all booked. A few days before, the venue notified us via email that they would be refunding us because they had to shut the resort down. We then decided on Kaihla's parents' home because they have a beautiful backyard and we could have our closest family there safely.
We built our own arbor and got ready in separate parts of the house. We got to read each other our vows and have our own little version of the perfect day we had imagined. You talked about having a hard time letting go of your expectations, how were you able to do that? Once you had the ceremony you dreamed about at a smaller scale three months later, did it end up being better than you imagined? Or was there anything you would have changed?
We knew things would be different than we planned but we were still going to have the day we dreamed of and we adopted a kind of 'go with the flow' attitude about it all. I wouldn't have changed anything about our big wedding that was rescheduled. Ideally, I would've liked to have just one ceremony so that we could experience the whole wedding day process only on that day.
We joke that we were a little too relaxed on our wedding day because we felt like we had already done it. But the whole day was just as we dreamed and didn't feel any less special to us.
What would you want to tell other couples who have fall weddings that are up in the air? She's my hairstylist and was along for the whole journey with Kaihla and I — including our bridal hair on the big day. She texted me asking how we dealt with our wedding being moved and that she was so upset and struggling with it.
My advice to her and to anyone else would be to try to let go of the expectations you had for your day. And that's easier said than done! First baseman Howie Kendrick, who Running Out Of Time the clutchest hit of the postseasonwas sent to the injured list this week with a strained hamstring after struggling to a. Second baseman Starlin Castro is out until October with a broken wrist. Ryan Zimmerman, one of the best players in franchise history, 2 opted out before the season over COVID concerns.
Still, the Nats could be getting more out of a defense that ranks dead last in MLB in total defensive value, 3 after finishing around average last season. But again, packs a lot more urgency into each game than did. Yet a glance at the same chart shows just how little runway the Nats have left for takeoff:.
As we noted early in the season, the game schedule could be hiding good teams with poor records or vice versa. Whether they make the playoffs or — more likely — not, the Nationals are probably one of those hidden good teams. Check out our latest MLB predictions. Based on an average of the fielding metrics found at Baseball-Reference. Neil Paine is a senior writer for FiveThirtyEight.
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