Can stress be managed? How to agemax?

People claim stress ages you. Would you agree? If you're a normal person, you have to work and take care of yourself. You will eventually raise a family, be promoted, have more duties, etc. If you're already in this situation, how do you cope with stress and agemax?

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    just be rich

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick wish i had rich parents

      This, be a neet who doesn't interact with society or normals is the only answer

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Frick wish i had rich parents

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      It’s great. Hungry? Never been. Christmas presents? Every year. College loans? Never took any. Need a job? Work for dad. Life is hard? Don’t think so.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just don't feel stressed. I'm currently the sole breadwinner at home, wife is on maternity leave and will go back to school when that's up.

    I got my first job out of university. I'm somehow supposed to spend more time with the kids and family while also making all the money we need (she only worked part time before so her mat leave is like, a hundred bucks a month).

    I'm not stressed, just annoyed. I'm expected to do 50% of all parenting and household chores while also going to work all day. Our first kid is in full-time daycare so she only has to deal with the second, which doesn't even roll over yet. It's not that much work maintaining our place. Shit we for an apartment, not even a full on house.

    She wants us to save for a home and go on vacations and shit yet I'm also supposed to make more while working less to do more at home? I'm burning the candle at four ends.

    Again, not stressed, I don't chew my nails or whatever. It's just fricking annoying.

    TL,DR: You're just supposed to tough it out until you die.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >TL,DR: You're just supposed to tough it out until you die.
      Correct

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      im just about you minus the first kid kid in full time daycare
      i get it that pregnancy sucked and having a baby is stressfull but ffs im working and commuting for 10-12 hours a day and while i dont mind pickung up some groceries since its on the way why the frick do i have to cook dinner and fold the laundry?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because you're a dad, Anon. I'm the dude you replied to, and it's fricked. I have no regrets having kids, but long gone are the days that women do 100% of the work and you get to come home and kick up your feet. Maybe it's the kind of women we are attracted to, but it is what it is.

        As a dad, I find, your job is solely toward providing. The second you don't provide, you're gone. Even when you get home, you're expected to provide because you're not on the clock at work anymore, so you now have to provide on the home front.

        Especially as a white man, you're expected to give everything you have to everyone close to you, and never expect anyone to help you back. It's what makes white men the strongest race/sex combo. It's why they lead the world into the new age. It's the ability to just eternally suck it up and keep doing what needs to be done.

        I personally find it fricked that when I get home, just like you, after leaving home at 0500 (I work out before work or else I'd never get time elsewhere in the day), get home at 1815 and then 100% of my time is dedicated to cleaning, taking care of eldest child, and cooking and whatnot.

        You'll rest when you're dead. The second you are sick or unable to work, you will be cast aside by society and/or your woman and family. They say they never would, you say your vows at your marriage, but they will get rid of you when you're not providing.

        https://i.imgur.com/ISK3Hsx.jpg

        People claim stress ages you. Would you agree? If you're a normal person, you have to work and take care of yourself. You will eventually raise a family, be promoted, have more duties, etc. If you're already in this situation, how do you cope with stress and agemax?

        Also OP, I never answered your original question, but undoubtedly the answer is fitness. A fit body is a fit mind. Your body will be better able to respond to mental or environmental stress if it's used to resisting the physical stress you exert on it in the gym. It trains you to maintain compute in face of any situation. It's why my life situation is quite stressful, but I myself am not stressed.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Fake

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Fake how? I can only speak from my perspective, I'm an engineer, recent grad, with a wife and two kids. I'm not a social scientist or some kind of demographic researcher. I can't tell you the overall truth or trend, but only about things from my perspective and how I see the world.

            And for everyone else's sake I hope I'm wrong and I just happened to have married a b***h (I love her, but if I'm the only dude working overtime with home chores I doubt it).

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              So what the frick does your wife do all day? How hard is it to get a fricking meal ready for your man when he gets home to show some appreciation? I'd never put up with that shit. No offence.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                No clue, I guess she breastfeeds a lot. She also drops off the oldest at daycare in the morning, and picks him up before I get home.

                Probably cleans a bit, thing is, no matter how immaculate she makes it, by the time I get back, my oldest had a good 2 hours to completely wreck the place. Which is normal, he's not even two yet. So she can clean every day, and from my perspective it's a perpetual mess. He's a tornado, so I don't blame her. It's a different mess every time.

                But yeah, I told myself that too. But legit, it gets to a point where I find the old adage of "happy wife, happy life" is true. The last thing I want to do after a long day is fight with her over bullshit like sweeping the floors. It's better to avoid the drama. Is it sad? Maybe. But it's legit easier, and I don't want my kids to see mom and dad fight all the time. I grew up in a poor and broken household. I'd rather personally prefer to live like this than have them grow up the way I did.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Well, damn. That's all I can say: Damn. I hope she's hot.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          kek fricking cuck, be a real shame if economy crashed and you lost your job, wife and kid like so many other white cucks before you

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          yikes bro I think you should talk a little with your wife about your feelings here

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Lol, she knows. She has some valid points about why I'm not the best either. I'm only telling my side after all. It's all about compromises. She deals with my shit, I deal with her shit.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Because you're a dad, Anon. I'm the dude you replied to, and it's fricked. I have no regrets having kids, but long gone are the days that women do 100% of the work and you get to come home and kick up your feet. Maybe it's the kind of women we are attracted to, but it is what it is.

        As a dad, I find, your job is solely toward providing. The second you don't provide, you're gone. Even when you get home, you're expected to provide because you're not on the clock at work anymore, so you now have to provide on the home front.

        Especially as a white man, you're expected to give everything you have to everyone close to you, and never expect anyone to help you back. It's what makes white men the strongest race/sex combo. It's why they lead the world into the new age. It's the ability to just eternally suck it up and keep doing what needs to be done.

        I personally find it fricked that when I get home, just like you, after leaving home at 0500 (I work out before work or else I'd never get time elsewhere in the day), get home at 1815 and then 100% of my time is dedicated to cleaning, taking care of eldest child, and cooking and whatnot.

        You'll rest when you're dead. The second you are sick or unable to work, you will be cast aside by society and/or your woman and family. They say they never would, you say your vows at your marriage, but they will get rid of you when you're not providing.

        [...]
        Also OP, I never answered your original question, but undoubtedly the answer is fitness. A fit body is a fit mind. Your body will be better able to respond to mental or environmental stress if it's used to resisting the physical stress you exert on it in the gym. It trains you to maintain compute in face of any situation. It's why my life situation is quite stressful, but I myself am not stressed.

        Behold, the archetype of a weak man. I will never trust a man with anything of value if he can't even run his own home. You let your wives dictate the terms and complain about the outcome.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          kek fricking cuck, be a real shame if economy crashed and you lost your job, wife and kid like so many other white cucks before you

          >I'm expected to do 50% of all parenting and household chores while also going to work all day.
          holy pussy-whipped

          Not married, smells like neets.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Married and fairly well off. Women are a constant, living shit test. They're always 'tired and 'not feeling good' and you need to learn to ignore the noise. I'd say 75% of men eventually give in and then it's all over -- her responsibilies slowly and subtly become your sole responsibilities.

            >worked corporate, govt, etc.
            >witnessed it first hand growing up

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >a weak man is one who doesn't abandon his wife as soon as it gets uncomfortable
          obviously it isn't going to stay like that forever but for the time being it's easier to suck it up and handle at a later point when there are no longer pregnant people involved

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            At no point did imply that you need to abandon your family. There is a vast contrast between being the leader of the family versus being the slave. One garners respect and the other contempt.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Get a hold of your woman ffs
      Do it now or pay the price later

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You are the opposite of my mother. I'm 22 and I help her pay some of the bills because she works 2 jobs and runs a small business and my step-dad hardly ever works. He refuses to get a job.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lol, I'm sure your step dad posts here or on IST. Holy frick. I feel for your mom.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I'm expected to do 50% of all parenting and household chores while also going to work all day.
      holy pussy-whipped

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Are you guys married?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yep, wouldn't even put up for a second with someone if I wasn't. A wife, and especially the mother of your kids is tolerable. Some random chick I'd just be dating? Frick that. She'd for sure have a job and bring home minimum 50% of the dough.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      are you me? have a 19month old and 3 months into another pregnancy, sole bread winner, feels like i do all the work when im home, fortunately the wife is doing more cooking now so thats gotten better recently. im under a lot of stress handling everything, we are paycheck to paycheck, theres no real career progression at my current job but it is stable, im ok living within the budget, the wife cannot. she constantly wants to go on little trips that we cannot afford, i talk to her about this stuff like once every couple months we have a sit down and discuss budget goals expectations w.e and shes very agreeable then, but she gets her period a month later and all of a sudden we need to spend $1000+ on another little trip or shes going to explode. i think part of it was we were living in an apartment, we just started renting a home, still in the process of moving its been a huge stress for many reasons, but shes been better since we got into the home and im hoping this carries on, but im thinking the apartment was just bringing her down. our grocery bill has almost doubled in the past month because ive been lax with our spending around the holidays but after new years im going to have to start budgeting again and i pray she can handle it. but things are overall looking up for me, earlier this year, before pregnancy #2 and house plan, i was in the trenches and absolutely miserable arguing over everything, now i have way more responsibilities and i should be more stressed but it doesnt bother me, as long as we arent getting into arguments at home i feel like no amount of pressure can take me down.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Just don't feel stressed. I'm currently the sole breadwinner at home, wife is on maternity leave and will go back to school when that's up.

        I got my first job out of university. I'm somehow supposed to spend more time with the kids and family while also making all the money we need (she only worked part time before so her mat leave is like, a hundred bucks a month).

        I'm not stressed, just annoyed. I'm expected to do 50% of all parenting and household chores while also going to work all day. Our first kid is in full-time daycare so she only has to deal with the second, which doesn't even roll over yet. It's not that much work maintaining our place. Shit we for an apartment, not even a full on house.

        She wants us to save for a home and go on vacations and shit yet I'm also supposed to make more while working less to do more at home? I'm burning the candle at four ends.

        Again, not stressed, I don't chew my nails or whatever. It's just fricking annoying.

        TL,DR: You're just supposed to tough it out until you die.

        A common trend here seems to be "little trips and vacations" that the wife INSISTS on b***hing about.
        Also married with my own stresses here, but I can at least worry about 1 thing less which is making time and budget for "le vacations". To me, that's always been a waste of fricking time and money, can't imagine getting stressed about making that vacation happen. Frick it, traveling is a israeli psyop

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          the worst was she wanted to go visit seaworld with our 1 year old lol. i was like lets be honest, this isnt about taking the baby to seaworld, this is about YOU wanting to go to seaworld. i caved and we went but im not going to allow any more trips until both kids are like a reasonable age now lol. shes of the stupid idea that its important to take your babies out to experience stuff even though they wont remember it, but its always a painful experience for everyone lol. im slowly curing her of this irrational desire to travel though.

          Learn how to be a real man.
          Happy wife= happy life

          hate that its fkn true, pick your battles

          Kek. Why the frick is it like this? Is being born male some kind of karmic punishment of inevitable suffering?
          I am one of the eternally stressed "family man" types you mentioned and I often dream of NEETing in an alternate life, but then I remember back when I actually was neet and full of loneliness and despair. Grass is always greener. Can't ever fricking win.

          same.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          my wife is not allowed to use social media, so i dont have to deal with that 'travelling for exotic selfies to impress women they dont know' shit

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      unironically see

      just be rich

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Pic related bro
      Just don't be stressed. Remember that the ONLY thing you can even change is your perception of things. You can literally lose both your legs in a car accident and get brain damage, and your wife will still demand you work more hours to make more money. Sounds moronic but women are led by emotions, meaning she FEELS she needs more money to exist and so she demands more even though it's not realistic.

      Tough it out buddy

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because you're a dad, Anon. I'm the dude you replied to, and it's fricked. I have no regrets having kids, but long gone are the days that women do 100% of the work and you get to come home and kick up your feet. Maybe it's the kind of women we are attracted to, but it is what it is.

      As a dad, I find, your job is solely toward providing. The second you don't provide, you're gone. Even when you get home, you're expected to provide because you're not on the clock at work anymore, so you now have to provide on the home front.

      Especially as a white man, you're expected to give everything you have to everyone close to you, and never expect anyone to help you back. It's what makes white men the strongest race/sex combo. It's why they lead the world into the new age. It's the ability to just eternally suck it up and keep doing what needs to be done.

      I personally find it fricked that when I get home, just like you, after leaving home at 0500 (I work out before work or else I'd never get time elsewhere in the day), get home at 1815 and then 100% of my time is dedicated to cleaning, taking care of eldest child, and cooking and whatnot.

      You'll rest when you're dead. The second you are sick or unable to work, you will be cast aside by society and/or your woman and family. They say they never would, you say your vows at your marriage, but they will get rid of you when you're not providing.

      [...]
      Also OP, I never answered your original question, but undoubtedly the answer is fitness. A fit body is a fit mind. Your body will be better able to respond to mental or environmental stress if it's used to resisting the physical stress you exert on it in the gym. It trains you to maintain compute in face of any situation. It's why my life situation is quite stressful, but I myself am not stressed.

      It may seem counterintuitive but the solution here is to take on even more responsibility and then start delegating. If the wife is relying on you to pick up groceries, for example, and even fricking cook them when you get back, the fundamental problem is poor planning. If you work out something like a weekly or three day meal plan and shopping list instead of allowing her to go "huh I feel like stroganoff tonight" on a whim, you can delegate her the groceries and it seems like a fair trade because you planned out the meals and took a responsibility off her. You also have all the ingredients ready to go in the house so she has to come up with some lame excuse to get out of starting to cook before you get back in (which is more than likely what sending you for groceries originally was anyway). Same applies to basically any domestic task. A household needs a head same as it always did. Equal partnership is a meme that 90% of the time leads to fractured decisionmaking and disorganisation.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Stop fricking reddit spacing dude Jesus fricking Christ

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    step 1: stop worrying about "agemaxxing" and simply love your life without analyzing every single minute detail because you're terrified of looking 50 when you reach 50 like some sort of mental illness.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    With stress, you need to accept that there are some things within your control and others that aren't.

    Internally, you need to realize that a number of choices for your life are up to you.

    It doesn't make sense to get married or have a family until you get the foundation of your life together. Your job, your health, who you end up with (the most important thing) should be a priority before bringing kids into it.

    Don't extend your lifestyle until you have money in the bank. Financial worries (for the most part) can be mitigated by not trying to keep up with the jones. Taking care of yourself first, before family, should be the priority. The fear of unemployment can be mitigated by having an up to date resume, back-up plans if your job lays you off, networking consistently, educating yourself in your down time.

    Things that can cause legitimate stress that are out of your control are illnesses to yourself or loved ones. Health is everything. When these occur, make sure you have support system you can turn to.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hope to become immortal… but is impossible… the machine voice whispers that I haven’t really aged… but I’m a 32 year old male… not an age where a lot of age is necessarily apparent and I remember looking more boyish besides…. There likely is no escape… depressing… machine… voice… well… it’s never been proven to me that we live in a machine but can’t anything be called a machine… the machine voice… my thinking companions… i dream every time I sleep and I sleep for about an hour each time I fall asleep

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    i've been on the verge of bankruptcy for the last 5 yrs running my own business, been fricked over, cried myself to sleep, but now i'm also rich at 27. i'm hoping the fat cortisol hit i took in my 20s is offset by having a relatively stress-free life from now on.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just dont have 5 daughters

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Go home to a 6-some of blondes every night
    Must be heaven

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Strap in homosexual, part 1:

    **Learned Helplessness and Cholinergic System:**
    - **Beneficial Substances/Lifestyle Choices:**
    - Environmental Enrichment: Exposure to varied environments stimulates brain development.
    - Meaningful Activities: Engaging in interesting activities enhances mental functioning.
    - Avoiding Helplessness: Making choices that empower, avoiding situations inducing helplessness.
    - Thyroid and Progesterone Supplements: Protective against cholinergic threats.
    - Nutritional Choices: Reduce phosphate, iron, polyunsaturated fats; choose endotoxin-reducing foods.
    - Avoiding Certain Drugs: Avoid drugs increasing nitric oxide and acetylcholine effects.
    - Exposure to Bright Light: Reverses cholinergic effects of stress.

    **Intracellular Fatigue Treatment:**
    - **Beneficial Substances/Lifestyle Choices:**
    - Normalize Thyroid and Steroid Metabolism.
    - Dietary Approach: Fruit juice, milk, eggs/liver, gelatin.
    - Mineral Supplements: Calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium.
    - Supplements: Niacinamide, aspirin, carbon dioxide.

    **Fostering Intelligence and Environmental Stimulation:**
    - Freedom and Variety: Good for brain development.
    - Stress Reduction: Avoidance of stress-induced deformities in growth.
    - Education: Activates or suppresses mental energy; avoid obedience training.
    - Emotional, Physical, Cognitive Health: Promoted in an environment fostering optimal intelligence.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Part 2:

    **Cholesterol's Protective Role:**
    - Against oxidative damage and synthesis of steroid hormones.

    **Salt, Metabolism, and Aging:**
    - Lack of sodium may slow metabolism, increase inflammation, and contribute to degeneration.

    **Vitamin E, Estrogen, and Aging:**
    - Vitamin E delays infertility onset; potential antiestrogen effects.
    - Animal proteins and fruits as the basis of the diet.

    **DHEA and Aging:**
    - DHEA's role in energy metabolism, sugar absorption, and prevention of obesity.
    - Supplements of pregnenolone and thyroid as safer options to optimize DHEA production.

    **Iron, Copper, and Heavy Metals:**
    - Questioning the need for iron supplements; potential iron toxicity.
    - Importance of choosing safe cooking utensils.
    - Copper's role in countering iron-related issues; sources like shrimp and oysters.

    **Vitamin E and Iron Interaction:**
    - Vitamin E supplements to counteract harmful effects of iron.

    **Milk, Cheese, and Stress-Related Diseases:**
    - Composition of milk ecologically favorable; prevents chronic stress-related diseases.
    - Combining milk and cheese with fruits enhances the antistress effect.

    **Fish Oil and Alternative Treatments:**
    - Caution against EPA and DHA; alternative sources like "oily fish."
    - Alternative treatments for hot flashes, including stabilizing blood sugar levels.

    **Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Nutrient Deficiencies:**
    - Implication of riboflavin, vitamin K, niacinamide deficiencies in mitochondrial dysfunction.

    **Factors for Cellular Protection:**
    - Carbon dioxide, glycine, GABA, saturated fatty acids, vitamin K, coenzyme Q10, niacinamide, magnesium, red light, thyroid hormone, progesterone, testosterone, pregnenolone.
    - Certain fibers (raw carrots) for lowering endotoxin absorption, balanced with occasional vitamin K supplementation or liver/broccoli intake.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what do you think about NAD+ levels and its supplements NMN and NR?

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go for walks. In the park or woods ideally. Treadmill ain’t shit and will bore your dick off get IST.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In 2020 I quit my job. I was a nys teacher making pretty decent $. I was also fat, had quit working out, and suffering from depression that disallowed me from enjoying life. Once covid hit I quit my job, cashed in some savings and bought a Chevy Astro and sunk ~10k into making it livable. I traveled the US and let go of my stress and anxiety

    I now make 25k/year managing a gas station over night. I make almost double that selling weed. I fcuk teenagers weekly, hike, workout and enjoy life. I had a threesome with two Asian 17 year old freshmen before thanksgiving.

    Anyway

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I think I saw you post about this before. You got sick of being a wage and now sell weed and shrooms in red states to skate by?

      I'm doing something similar ish, I hate my current life and am looking to frick off to a small redneck town somewhere, but the cheapest apartments are kind of in suspicious areas and I want to make my money last. I'll figure it out I guess.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I’m in a blue state but yeah that’s me. I live in a van in the woods or urban stealth and have a 10x10 bingo board of girls. Working on South Korean under 19 right now.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Healthy coping mechanisms like exercise or meditation.
    A lot of stress is caused by our perception of it. Something external happens to you: do you see it as a life-ending catastrophe or do you list out the steps necessary to remove the obstacle? It's my own unproductive thought pattern causing me stress.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    yes but most importantly lack of sleep ages you more than anything else. in one particular period of 6 months I aged more than in 5 years before or in the 1 year since. in fact over this last year I feel like I'm getting younger again.
    as for managing stress, what I found was the worst you can do is procrastinate AND worry. procrastination could work if you can actually trick yourself into forgetting about the problem for a while. I personally cannot so while I'm procrastinating I'm really under stress the whole time. procrastination just prolongs the stress stimulus. likewise just worrying in and of itself is deadly. if you're a disciplined person (unlike me), you do your duty and yet you keep worrying that it's not enough that's also a killer. you have to remind yourself that you've done what you can. it's outside of your control now. you will deal with the consequences when they get here and until then you're on a well-deserved break. that sort of thing.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    All girls? Poor guy.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >all girls

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Rolling

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >hey can sress be managed?
    >everyone on fit is rich again

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >come itt
    >see everyone talking about stress because they have actual responsibilites in their lives, having a good job, married, having ids to take care of, etc., all of this causing them stress
    >im the complete opposite, im 32 and basically have nothing, basically a neet except for a shitty job and a few hobbies... socially isolated and avoidant, no goals, etc.
    >this has put me under an untenable mountain of stress daily contemplating what a pathetic loser iam

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You're just a nagging homosexual. You're basically on vacation 24/7 and still have stress? Skill issue.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Kek. Why the frick is it like this? Is being born male some kind of karmic punishment of inevitable suffering?
      I am one of the eternally stressed "family man" types you mentioned and I often dream of NEETing in an alternate life, but then I remember back when I actually was neet and full of loneliness and despair. Grass is always greener. Can't ever fricking win.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Grass is always greener.
      Neets want purpose.
      Family men want freedom again.

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can't avoid aging.

    Want de-stressing? Stop doing powerlifting workouts and HIIT.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous
  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Reduce stress.
    Don't watch the news. Work less. Meditate.

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pray that they won't get into Black person or good music or their lineage would be destroyed

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Learn how to be a real man.
    Happy wife= happy life

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >5 daughters in a row
    Grim. Imagine what went through his mind when he found out the fifth one was going to be a girl too.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Believe it or not but the one on the left is a boy

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why do they dress him like that?

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    religion is the answer. It also increases your lifespan. I can feel all the stress leave my body after reconciliation and communion. Put all your edgy preconceptions and prejudice aside for one hour and go to a good mass. Doesnt have to be latin mass, just reverent and serious without bongos or guitars.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stress itself doesn't really age you, it's all the coping behaviors stressed people employ. Like drinking, smoking, junk food,
    having no clear structure in your days, sleeping too little, not moving at all etc. Especially sleep is a huge factor.

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Fatherhood increases your prolactin

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Your life basically ends when you become a dad, unless you deadbeatmaxx

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