Hi guys. Me Again: D Today I want to share RE-MESH Hijab Model002 to 007 Because
yesterday it seems that there is a bit of a problem with Texture so it
looks bad when using some ACCs (eg: Glasses, Ring). And today I’ve fixed it all up. If you have a old hijab, there is no problem. Because this time I made with new version (NEW MESH).
Me Again: D
Today I want to share RE-MESH Hijab Model010 to 014
Because yesterday it seems that there is a bit of a problem with Texture so it
looks bad when using some ACCs (eg: Glasses, Ring).
And today I’ve fixed it all up.
If you have a old hijab, there is no problem. Because this time I made with new
version (NEW MESH).
A midcentury ranch home in a “new” development I finally broke ground on recently. Haven’t used the default textures in ages, they’re not bad but having tried it again I can see why I almost always use a resource pack.
Watching Chopped just makes me want a Daredevil AU of it:
Matt is incredibly precise and builds amazingly complex flavors but probably gets himself disqualified for either taking an insane risk (“This dish normally takes four hours but I’m pretty sure I can get it done in 20 minutes if I use the blowtorch; also I’m going to use the ice cream maker in every round”) or because a basket ingredient freaks him out so bad thanks to smell and/or texture that he refuses to use it and then fights with the judges when they point that out.
Foggy specializes in comfort foods with a chic, metropolitan twist and all of his confessionals are stories of being taught how to make X or Y by the various little old ladies of assorted cultural backgrounds who watched him after school when he was a kid.
Elektra’s knife skills are terrifying. She has never made a dessert in her life.
Frank is not sure how he got here, he literally showed up to murder someone and got mistaken for a contestant. He actually makes it further than Matt does.
I was wondering if you could explain the psychology behind stimming? I've done some research and everything is terribly scientific, I was hoping you might be able to give a more accurate/personal description of it? My job means I often interact with young people who are autistic and would love to understand them better- if they're stimming does that mean I'm making them uncomfortable, etc?
Ok this is quite complicated because we actually stim for a variety of reasons
Yes we may stim because we are uncomfortable, try and discern what particular stims they use when distressed so you can see if you;re upsetting them, for instance I pace, rattle my leg, hum and hit myself when distressed or uncomfortable
Adding on to this we may stim if we touch a bad texture to get it off us if you know what I mean? like I’ll shake my hands vigorously to try and get the feeling away
We can also stim because we’re happy! We may be really excited and want to express it physically, I squeal, flap, bounce and clap when I’m happy stimming
We may also just simply stim because it feels good, I will often tap my fingers, especially in time to music because I love the feel of stimming it’s like letting go of things and filling yourself up at the same time, it can really make you feel better
It also helps me focus sometimes, if I tap my fingers or feet while reading it can sometimes help out when I can;t concentrate very well, I’m not sure what exactly about it helps though, sorry!
So I think the best thing is to ask them or work out which stims are which and see which ones they’re doing when you;re talking to them after that so you know if you’re making them uncomfortable! It might just help them tos tim when listening to people though, it might help them focus!
and definitely do not stop them stimming as it a coping mechanism, a form of communication and a means of making ourselves feel good