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yourpersonalcheerleader:

I have noticed many posts on my dash related to anxiety.

Today I want to share a few posts I have gathered for working with students to help cope with anxiety and stress.

Since I have been collecting these, some of the links to the sources are now broken websites.

Hope these are helpful!

<3

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hermione:

Does art imitate life or does life imitate art

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hellboundwitch:

Here’s a spread I’ve been sitting on for awhile. I’m posting it now as a…gift? A thank you? I’m not sure. Technically, this is a draft of a spread, not the final version though…

But anyway, awhile ago, gullveig (♥ ♥ ♥) suggested a spread to realize one’s special talents. This is actually a very simplistic spread — don’t let the number of cards fool you.

Basically the left hand side of the spread is about talents you already have and the right hand side are about undiscovered talents. The 9th card in the middle is the glue that holds everything together.

Cards 1 and 3 are the already present talents. These may be things that you know you can do, but they may be things you haven’t fully explored yet and aren’t aware that you’d actually be really good at them, or things you don’t really think of as talents, but they are

Cards 2 and 4 are what you can do with that talent (Card 2 is for Card 1’s talent, Card 4 is for Card 3’s). You could, for example, use your talents to develop some new talent, which was my original idea. But it’s also a good way to see how you could be using your talents in ways you hadn’t thought of.

Cards 5 and 7 are new, unknown talents. Note that you may not necessarily be immediately brilliant at these things, but they’re areas that you should explore and would do well in.

Cards 6 and 8 are how you can develop those talents (Card 6 for Card 5’s talent, Card 8 for Card 7’s). I think these cards are particularly important because it’s one thing to be like “Huh, so I could be really good at this thing?” and another to actually know where to start in that area and what to do with it to get better. Those are the kind of answers you can find in these two cards.

Card 9 is how to bring these talents together — perhaps pointing to some new venture that can use your developing skillset. But, Card 9 can also be used to narrow your focus as well. If you’ve got a lot of different options thrown down, it can be overwhelming. So if you want, Card 9 can point to the area you should devote your attention to. I usually wait to deal until after I’ve read the other cards, so that I know which direction I want to take the card in.

I’ve been testing this spread since just before mid-July and I’m pretty happy with it. So now I’ll give it to you guys and hopefully you’ll like it as well! And of course any feedback is appreciated :D

dapplepelt:

be nice to small plants. step around them if they’re growing on the sidewalk. be nice

earendil-was-a-mariner:

My milkshakes bring them all and in the darkness bind them. 

readingontheroof:

INFJ: Visions of the future
ESTP: Superhuman strength
INTJ: Immortality
ESFP: Ability to freeze time
INFP: Literary manipulation
ESTJ: Power negation
INTP: Omniscience
ESFJ: Healing powers
ISFJ: Visions of the past
ENTP: Dimensional travel
ISTJ: Photographic memory
ENFP: Reality warping
ISFP: Shape shifting
ENTJ: Mind control
ISTP: Invulnerability
ENFJ: Empathic powers

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Is Big Pharma Testing Your Meds On Homeless People?

the-feature:

How the destitute and the mentally ill are being used as human lab rats.

ohdanners:

the area of exposed skin between a crop top and a pair of high waisted shorts is sacred and magical

mujimakjihan:

if you wanna take the mbti test, i recommend this one bc its worded very simply

also a tip: answer based on what you naturally wanna do or what you naturally prefer, dont answer based on what youre forced to do

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michonneing:

positive lady characters meme seven ladies who deserved more from their writers [3/7] Gyda Lothbrok

operationivysaur:

I need to shower but also want to preserve my rad hair colour: a punk rock autobiography 

(Source: buckysbarnes)

thrandilf:

snapchats from agent maria hill

I don’t mind. I think there’s a prevalent, arrogant opinion in rock music, where people assume that the kids don’t know shit. And I think I’d rather be playing to 14-year-olds who aren’t jaded and whose record collections don’t exist to impress their friends. It’s this adult idea of guilty pleasures. ‘Oh I like this, but I don’t want anyone to know that I do,’ which is so pretentious. I don’t believe in that. There is something honest about the fact that the kids like your band, and that’s a great reward for us. There is no pretense.
Patrick Stump on how he responds to critics who say Fall Out Boy is a band that only 14-year-olds can like in an interview with The Aquarian published on December 27, 2006 (via punkrockpatroclus)

(Source: stumpomatic)