Here are 5 things you should know.
1. A lot of car issues are extremely simple to fix yourself.
Most car companies make some maintenance very simple to do yourself. For example, changing light bulbs. The bulbs themselves cost $2-$6 and can mostly be replaced in just a few minutes without any tools.
Will save you a lot of money if you had been previously taking your car to a mechanic for these issues.
Check ChrisFix’s YouTube channel!
2. Most locks available today are not very secure.
Most locks that we use to discourage people from gaining access to our homes, property, and danger are easily picked by a novice.
Pick video: https://youtu.be/KHYpSERxcC4
3. Antidepressants can cause enduring sexual and emotional issues even after discontinuation, for some individuals, it can persist for years. It is referred to as PSSD (Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction).
SSRIs can help a lot of people, and never stop taking a medication without talking to a doctor (this can be dangerous if you don’t do it right).
A set of criteria were agreed upon for each of the above conditions. Features of PSSD, PFS and PRSD commonly include decreased genital and orgasmic sensation, decreased sexual desire and erectile dysfunction. Ancillary non-sexual symptoms vary depending on the specific condition but can include emotional blunting and cognitive impairment. PGAD presents with an almost mirror image of unwanted sensations of genital arousal or irritability in the absence of sexual desire. A new term, post-SSRI asexuality, is introduced to describe a dampening of sexual interest and pleasure resulting from a pre-natal or pre-teen exposure to a serotonin reuptake inhibitor.
It is important to bring awareness to this condition, because many people could present similar symptomology to it but are often told its a result of their recurrent depressive symptoms despite not knowing about long lasting effects from such medications. Please carefully understand the risk/benefit of taking antidepressants, for some they are truly a miracle, but for others they become depressed because of their PSSD. The EMA (European Medical Agency) acknowledged the existence of PSSD, Health Canada following suit.
EMA Report (Page 5)
4. The date format YYYY-MM-DD is the international standard. It’s a great format to use anywhere you put dates. It’s especially useful when including dates in file names. This will allow all files to sort by date when sorting alphabetically.
YYYY-MM-DD is the International (ISO) Standard format for dates. This format makes the most sense for reasons of sorting and also eliminates any confusion due to different date formatting in different regions. This is especially useful when you have files in a folder that have dates in the name.
5. You may qualify for $30-$75 off your internet bill through the Affordable Connectivity Program.
With all the work from home, remote learning, and ‘escape from the reality that is the last 2 years by binge-watching your favorite show on repeat’ that we are doing, home internet is more important than ever. The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal (U.S) program that provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households and up to $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands. Even if you don’t qualify, think about your parents, your neighbors, and your friends that may benefit from this. A $30 credit is enough to cover the entire cost of internet service through some ISP’s assistance programs (such as Internet Essentials from Comcast) but the credit can apply to any service level. Check your service provider’s website or https://acpbenefit.org/ to see if you qualify and for how to apply.