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schrodingersowen:

important headcanons to consider:

  • can they use chopsticks
  • what do they do when they cant sleep
  • what would they impulse buy at the grocery store
  • what order do they wash things in the shower
  • what’s their coffee order
  • what sort of apps would they have on their smartphone
  • how do they act around children
  • what would they watch on tv when they’re bored and nothing they really like is on
chibird:

I think it’s harder to be nice and accepting of yourself than it is to be to others.

chibird:

I think it’s harder to be nice and accepting of yourself than it is to be to others.

equine-ess:

tehriz:

even this very young specimen of cat has already mastered the “I totally meant to do that” save.

HOW CAN YOU NOT REBLOG THIS OH MY LIFE

equine-ess:

tehriz:

even this very young specimen of cat has already mastered the “I totally meant to do that” save.

HOW CAN YOU NOT REBLOG THIS OH MY LIFE

(Source: catleecious)

pandoyareblogs:

ellelalee:

writing is hard

I feel this in my soul

(Source: gloomy-optimist)

onlylolgifs:

Adorable Sugar Glider Trevor eats orange and falls asleep

sunshinychick:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

sunshinychick:

futurescope:

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. It is called a transparent luminescent solar concentrator and can be used on buildings, cell phones and any other device that has a clear surface. And, according to Richard Lunt of MSU’s College of Engineering, the key word is “transparent.”

[read more at MSU] [paper] [picture credit: Yimu Zhao]

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jackryanz:

going back to play a game over again and listening to a character that betrays you lie straight to your face

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(Source: jackwhynand)

southsun-stalwart:

My friend who plays Chinese GW2 sent me this gif. ovo

southsun-stalwart:

My friend who plays Chinese GW2 sent me this gif. ovo

(Source: photosetavenue)

theroadpavedwithwords:

I just wanted you all to know that you can totally finish that piece that you’re working on, because you are super talented and wonderful and there are people that love you that would love to read your story, and you should totally do it. 

afrodynamic:

copperbadge:

caedesdeo:

sparkledick:

5secondsofsmumer:

j4479:

deserves at least a sarcastic laugh. 

this has been on my dash all day and I just got it now

Someone please explain this.

Reblogging for copperbadge because PUNS

I would have got this so much sooner if I hadn’t actively repressed algebra class.

i have no idea what this means

afrodynamic:

copperbadge:

caedesdeo:

sparkledick:

5secondsofsmumer:

j4479:

deserves at least a sarcastic laugh. 

this has been on my dash all day and I just got it now

Someone please explain this.

Reblogging for copperbadge because PUNS

I would have got this so much sooner if I hadn’t actively repressed algebra class.

i have no idea what this means

(Source: j---9)

the-real-seebs:

diaemyung:

Gradually, I become an adult everyday.

That is some damn fine adulting.

(Source: the-fashion-alba)

blackumi:

What in fucks name is this flying water

blackumi:

What in fucks name is this flying water

healingschemas:

traumatherapist:

What to do when you’re tempted to give advice:
Listen
Listen to that person’s story. Listen with your eyes, as well—how do they appear? 
Be transparent when you don’t know what to say
We want to feel useful. We want to make it better. We don’t want someone we are sitting with to hurt anymore. And even though you probably know, here it is again: it’s okay that you can’t make it better. It’s okay to just say “I’m so sorry. I don’t know what to say.” Totally better than giving unwanted advice.
Ask what they want
Sometimes I feel like I have information that could be helpful, but I almost always ask, “Do you want me to listen or do you want advice?” Personally, I’ve noticed that many of my therapist friends do the same thing—we’re used to juggling the friend hat and therapist hat—and I love it. I have never been annoyed by that question—and it’s probably no coincidence that when asked, I often choose advice! You see, we are often ready to receive wisdom from someone who makes us feel seen and heard and respected.

Develop your listening skills and respect the right of someone who just wants to be heard, not fixed.

healingschemas:

traumatherapist:

What to do when you’re tempted to give advice:

Listen

Listen to that person’s story. Listen with your eyes, as well—how do they appear? 

Be transparent when you don’t know what to say

We want to feel useful. We want to make it better. We don’t want someone we are sitting with to hurt anymore. And even though you probably know, here it is again: it’s okay that you can’t make it better. It’s okay to just say “I’m so sorry. I don’t know what to say.” Totally better than giving unwanted advice.

Ask what they want

Sometimes I feel like I have information that could be helpful, but I almost always ask, “Do you want me to listen or do you want advice?” Personally, I’ve noticed that many of my therapist friends do the same thing—we’re used to juggling the friend hat and therapist hat—and I love it. I have never been annoyed by that question—and it’s probably no coincidence that when asked, I often choose advice! You see, we are often ready to receive wisdom from someone who makes us feel seen and heard and respected.

Develop your listening skills and respect the right of someone who just wants to be heard, not fixed.