I (32f) was diagnosed in November 2022. Even though I still live with my parents, I haven't told them about it.
In the past, when I brought up the possibility that I may be autistic, they'd brush it off, tell me I wasn't, and leave it at that. As I learn more about my accommodations and unmasking, I'm finding it harder to spend time around my parents because they do a lot of things that are too stimulating (play the tv too loud, talk too low, not communicate in certain ways, etc), but I still don't know if I should tell them.
My sister says I shouldn't but she isn't the best support because when I tried talking something out to her once, she told me my autism should define me and "don't be cringey" (this is the abridged version of that talk, she said a lot more hurtful things).
My therapist has been a big support and has tried to help me find the pros and cons of telling them, but I can't find any realistic pros. Once, I told my dad that some of his behaviors were harming me (emotionally, not abusive), and he flat out refused to do anything about it, saying he's stuck in his ways. With this in mind, I don't know if it's even worth bringing up.
Tl;Dr. I was recently diagnosed, my parents still don't know, and I'm not sure if I should tell them because I might be met with indifference or some negative reactions.
One time, someone whistled a classical tune and asked me to guess who had composed it. I guessed that it was Austrian because it had the liveliness of Italian classical music and the complexity of German classical music.
German language is known to be comically complex. The best known German philosopher, Kant, has particularly complex ideas often expressed in ways that could be simpler (use paragraphs, motherfücker). Hegel and Heidegger aren't known as easy reads. German engineering is also known for its complexity. Wimmelbilders unsurprisingly have a German name.
So, how come German culture is so often marked by complexity?
I’m looking for a store that sells pens and stationery. I got my wife some special ink for her birthday but I wasn’t able to find a pen I liked. Is there any stores in the twin cities that sell fountain pens and stationery?
I live on the 4th floor of an ancient building. In my apartment I have a Reolink NVR (IP Cameras) and I want a camera in the building basement. I tested the building's stair lighting and could get the camera signal via powerline adapters. Now I want to deploy. Issues:
Wired NVR is inside the apartment and not easy wiring to a stairway lights. (Those are separate electricity sources so powerline adapter from the basement camera all the way to the NVR is not possible) -- Wifi bridge to the powerline adapter in the stairs seems to be the answer.
I want to keep this small since the stairway is shared ownership and I cannot install an electrical box. Everything will be exposed. That means I need everything small and clean. Separate Wifi and powerline adapters connected by and ethernet cable should be avoided.
My thought is to use NVR -(wired) - Wifi Access Point - (wifi) - Wifi+Powerline - (powerline) - Powerline adapter - (eithernet) IP Camera. Key seems to be selection of the Wifi+powerline-- I am looking at TL-WPA4220
Has anyone used a Wifi+Powerline device to extend a wifi network (reverse of normal wired2powerline2wifi usage)? If so, any suggestions on hardware selection of the 3 points?
Being a new pilot, I have did some missions and some mining to earn my first 100M credits. I always want to join the Anti-Xeno initiative and shoot some space flowers, and have been doing a bit of archeology recently. However I have problems deciding my choice of weaponry, as the Gauss Cannon seems like the go-to solution for AX, but the Shard Cannon has higher DPS and I have seen them obliterating Thargoid interceptors rather quickly. Can any experienced pilots tell me the pros and cons of each, and where I can buy remote flaks?