I’m considering adopting my mom a corgi for Christmas because she loved Zero and misses him and she loves corgis. Let’s see how this goes..
You can always vent here. You problems and tough times are important and valid and you need to feel free to talk here, talk to an adult, talk to a friend, call a help line, do anything. Remember to try your hardest to make time for yourself as a person, not the caregiver, not the depression, not the bipolar, but just you. Whether you just go for a walk, draw, write, watch your favorite tv show or read a book, take some time for yourself.
I’ve had mine enabled since I first got a tumblr which was before the dashboard change, so I’m not sure! Anybody else?
Everyone is strong and it’s in their own way. I think it takes a lot to ask for help, but that doesn’t make people who shoulder it alone weak.
We all have a different idea of what we look like, sound like, and act like than what other people see. As we all know, you listen to yourself speak all day, but if you hear yourself on your voicemail, it’s like a stranger. That smile you thought was sexy until you tried it in the mirror and realized you look like you’re having a spasm? That’s normal too. If you feel like you don’t recognize yourself at all, and you can’t correlate a relationship between your reflection and yourself, then you need to get some help, even if you just speak to your parents or a teacher, school nurse, or primary care doctor.
Sometimes people are really empathetic (so much so that this is occasionally a superpower in comic books) and that’s okay, but you need to learn how to separate things into categories. Things that directly affect you - like yourself or a family member getting hurt - and then things that affect the universe around you - the war. It’s okay to cry and scream and be really hurt by the war. It’s okay to cry your eyes out at Extreme Makeover House Edition. Just remember that there’s a difference between recognizing something as wrong and sad, like the abuse to occupiers, and letting it ruin your day. There are somethings you can’t change. You can’t single handedly stop the abuse on the occupiers but you could write a letter to your congressmen. You can’t buy every puppy in those sad Sarah Mclaclan commercials, but you could volunteer at your local shelter.
If you’ve seen It’s Kind Of A Funny Story, this is pretty much the main characters issue, and like his therapist told him - Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.
‘Tis the season to have a cold every other week.
Since submits aren’t anonymous, I’m not sure! If you ask me this with your url I’ll answer in your ask box.
If you go to the chiropractor (usually covered by insurance) they will ream you out for the way you sit at your computer, but they’ll also realign you, tell you how your computer should be set up, and give you stretches. Yoga can also help, as it strengthens the core (and low back) and you work on stretches for you back and entire body. Exercising also helps to strengthen your muscles and keep your back in line.
If you walk a girl’s dog after spending the night with her, there’s a significantly higher chance of her calling you back for a repeat. There’s also a significantly higher chance of bjs with breakfast.
All I really need in life is a warm, comfy room full of books and a couple of dogs to sit with me.
I have no idea how your school works, but you should be able to call and ask before actually applying for it. Just call your registrar and ask for details about what qualifies as medical leave.
Start by smiling at him, then waving or nodding, then saying hey. Don’t be scared to just flash him a smile. He’ll probably be excited someone older than him is smiling at him. You can be really cheesy and drop something in front of him if you want. See if any of your friends know him or about him. Ultimately, you just have to be confident, smile, and say hi someday! What’s the worst that can happen? Hey won’t say hi back? One, he will, because it’s polite, but if he doesn’t, so what? If you two never talk again, also so what? That’s the position you’ll be in if you never say hi to begin with.
Sometimes parents just aren’t going to accept you. Realize that it’s not you, it’s the idea of their son being with anyone, possibly someone not in their religion, and they’re protective of him. Your boyfriend should be the one talking to them and explaining that he cares for you a lot and they should try to accept you. Be kind and care for their son, that’s the most they could ask for and the most you can do. Don’t let them bring you down.