Negative emotions can help drive persistence, commitment, and focus. Positive emotions help stimulate cognitive flexibility and the ability to see new kinds of connections.
Carla Burke wrote: I'm curious, though. Are you sure they're brown recluse? Brown recluse are shy, and generally avoid places that are frequently occupied (hence the 'recluse' part of their name), and their bites tend to rot human flesh in chunks up to a pound, in size. Multiple bites in any given season would (even without the rotted flesh and scars) typically leave a person very weakened and sickly. There are, however, several other spiders that are frequently mistaken for brown recluse, because their appearance is very similar - it's part of their defense against predators. Maybe it would help ease your mind - and possibly give some insight as to how to get rid of them - if you could capture one, and confirm it's identity.
John C Daley wrote:can I ask what part of the policy you dislike?
Tereza Okava wrote:
Rachel Lindsay wrote:For my international students I had used Stripe originally, but I will have to find something else/talk to my bank because the Stripe folks surprised me with a policy I do not like.
You may want to explore Wise, which offers multiple currency accounts. For people outside the US it is similar to Paypal, you can send them a link they transfer into (in my country they use the 3 most common electronic payments, for example), you can get a debit-type card to use or transfer balance into your bank account. it's a lot like Paypal but without all the headaches, hair pulling and disasters that Paypal has come to embody. And their rates are fab.