Get some earplugs for cheap at your nearest drugs store and keep them with you anytime you're going to be on trains, planes, or buses. This is also good for drowning out the sounds of people who constantly hawk up phlegm or are playing their own music too loudly or chew with their mouth open or whatever. You cannot hope to change others who behave like that, but you do have power to change your own behavior to make other people's behaviors... less irritating.
Yeah... I’m not 14 anymore
When you smoke, you get desensitized to the smell almost as fast as it's made. After you're done, spray your ozium or whatever and leave. Get some food or go see your dog or something. When you come back your brain will have gotten more sensitive to the smell again and you'll be able to know if you need to take more drastic measures to clear the smell or if you're good.
Slimy but realistic
This message should be promoted more, I can think of so many games I had in comp when people throw their whole focus at the teammates who onetricks or just picks what they want no matter what, reacting to them by blaming and picking nonsense themselves. It only creates toxicity or forces that player to mute.It's a FACT, you can't control some strangers behaviour, what you can do, is control your own, even if you end up with 5 DPS it's still salvagable if teammates are supportive.And logic that "I don't want that guy to win, so I just throw as well." makes no sense and should be reported.Not to mention that the selfish teammate will be more willing to switch and see error in his ways if other teammates act maturely.
In this video, just one tip that I recently found out that is really important. Asking "why" if you're insecure about something is very important, because then you understand the reasoning behind the stuff. Us, content creators, really appreciate when the community is being involved with us, even with a such simple question
Sounds good, doesn't work.My grades were especially fucked this term cause I missed two (important) days.