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✨today I started my new job and it was the first time I have had a job that didn’t make me cry when I got home ~ becoming independent and succeeding is making me so happy✨

Noah fence but the best song on the suicide squad soundtrack is you don’t own me, like that song is so good with helping me become independent again after my abusers and it’s like 100000x better than heathens

All I have to say right now

I hope that SM and Only13s are happy

Henry is the purest thing ever and since before Super Junior M even debuted the boy’s been hated on for no fucking reason. He didn’t take ANYONE’s place in Super Junior, he earned it himself, as did Zhou Mi, and everyone who is or was in Super Junior. The members always say that SJM members = SJ members, and most fans say the same thing. I’m beyond pissed off right now to the point of me actually crying because of what Henry posted.


I’m scared. I don’t want Henry to suddenly leave. I doubt it, but you can never be too sure. The boys love Henry and Henry loves them, but there is so much we don’t know, and Henry crying for help now means he’s hit his limit of enduring whatever he’s been going through. Now’s the time for us all, as his fans, to show him undying and unconditional love and support. Even if you’re not an ELF, please show support towards Henry because he is struggling a lot from what we’ve just seen.

Sonic Adventure
  • Sonic: I need to save the world from Eggman!
  • Knuckles: I need to save Angel Island from Chaos!
  • Tails: I want to become more independent!
  • Amy: I want to become more independent!
  • E-102 Gamma: I am torn between my loyalty to my creator and my bond towards my brothers. There are feelings of compassion within me that I do not understand. Can a robot truly be said to feel? I must rescue my brethren from the hell that Robotnik forces them through. The only way to save them, and myself, is through our destruction. Only then can the lives trapped within us be free.
  • Big: where's my frog
The mother-child relationship is paradoxical and, in a sense, tragic. It requires the most intense love on the mother’s side, yet this very love must help the child grow away from the mother, and to become fully independent.
—  Erich Fromm
Friendly reminder that Jaehee Kang

• lost her parents at a young age
• has a black belt in judo
• did amazingly well in her studies, probably graduated early
• lived with her uncle and aunt-in-law after losing her parents and her aunt wanted to kick her out as soon as she got into university
• was blamed by her aunt of not helping her cousins enough and basically got accused of stealing their luck when all she did was work hard
• probably had longer hair before Jumin had her cut it off for her job because the assistants kept getting into things with Mr. Chairman
• was desperate for a job and to become financially independent - probably because of her aunt
• is an expert at Word, foreign languages and processing industrial engineering
• puts herself down - she has called herself a coward and thought that she’s not good enough

my point is that Jaehee Kang is a character that needs to be appreciated so much more by some parts of the MysMes fandom

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday takes up the case of a girl, her service dog, and a school that barred the dog from its premises.

Ehlena Fry was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that significantly limited her motor skills but not her cognitive ability. So when she was five, her pediatrician recommended that her parents get a service dog to help her become more independent. Family and friends threw fundraisers to scrape together the $13,000 needed for the right dog, and in 2009, Ehlena and her parents went to Ohio to train for two weeks with their new goldendoodle, a cuddly, big white pup named Wonder.

The Frys had talked to Ehlena’s school about the dog, but when Ehlena brought Wonder to class with her, she was told the service dog was not allowed.

A Girl And Her Service Dog Head To The Supreme Court

Photo: Courtesy of ACLU

I think my biggest fake science pet peeve is when tv/movies/fiction etc. uses the speed with which one got a PhD and the number of PhDs one holds as a signifier of genius, because like, science takes time, and even the smartest people take four to five years to do a (STEM) PhD, because your experiments aren’t gonna go any faster just because you have a high IQ.

And like, no one does multiple PhDs because the whole point is to train you in how to think, and how to independently become proficient in a field, so like, you could completely switch fields as a postdoc but no one’s gonna give you another degree. and doing a second phd is a waste of literally everyone’s time and money. 

So like sorry every tv show ever, no one has three PhDs by the time their 23. because no one does that. we all have one by the time we’re 27 if we’re lucky and damn productive. Please stop. 

i understand the need for people to call out their family members at thanksgiving, but i think we also need to recognize that there are circumstances that can prevent people from being able to do so. it’s not just that they want to avoid an uncomfortable topic.

like i have friends whose parents are paying for their college tuition, and if they disobey in any way shape or form, their parents threaten to stop paying it, which would mean they would have to drop out. now i’m not about to encourage anyone to argue with their parents to the point of being cut off and being forced to drop out of school.

if you’re still dependent on your parents (especially financially), i understand why you can’t confront them. i hope you’ll be able to become independent as soon as possible, and when that happens, i hope you’ll be able to confront them more directly.

but until then, do what you gotta do to stay safe. you have no obligation to endanger yourself. (and a lot of the time i feel like these kinds of people are unable to be convinced anyway.)

oh my god

i wake up and

#Calexit is actually gaining momentum

i

i am so happy.

please please please if you can (and especially if you live here) give your support

go to yescalifornia.org to help support the referendum that can lead us to our independence.

The moment that Obama leaves the White House, I will no longer consider myself an American.

I am and always will be a Californian.

Unpopular opinion: 2016 was actually an incredible year to me, so many cool things happened!! I’ve become independent, I learned and experienced tons of things, I’ve overcome my problems and finally I achieved what I’ve wanted for so long: I am truly happy with who I am as a person! I learned how to be happy and how to stay happy, I learned what’s important and to what extent. I realised that everything is a choice and there are literally no limits!! I finally see that every minute spent on whining and crying under a blanket is a wasted minute!! There’s literally no point in being stuck in one place, life moves forward and so should I!! Every failure is a test of persistence and determination, the key is to never stop looking for solutions!!

tl;dr Bring it on 2017, I’m ready

Emotionally abusive Parents 101

•Yelling at your child for no real reason or something very small aka over reacting.
•Dismissing your child’s own thoughts, opinions, beliefs and interest as ‘crazy’, ‘irrelevant’ etc, when they don’t align with yours
•Basically never allowing your child to become their own person independent of you
•Blocking your child’s access to the outside world and getting angry or jealous over relationships you feel take precedent over yours
•Teasing/insulting your own child, calling them names like 'useless’ an 'idiot’ etc
•Never apologising when you’ve yelled at your child for no reason or when your in the wrong. Instead switch to being overtly nice and issuing loving epithets and displaying overly loving gestures
•Getting mad when your child gets mad at you or disagrees
•Uses the idea that you have gave your child life and food as emotional blackmail often to prevent them taking a life choice that wasn’t in your designated plan for them
•Never apologising when you’ve hurt your child’s feelings even after they tell you specifically that you hurt their feelings.

If you do any of these chances are you are an emotionally abusive parent so congrats! I will now be taking care of your children to spare them repercussions your actions will cause them in adulthood.

Sburb assigns Roles meant to CHALLENGE people.

That being said, here are the challenges/lessons of each class and aspect. (Except for Lord and Muse, due to the lack of info on them in canon)

Classes

Heir: learn to communicate and work with others to get things done

Seer: trust yourself and your own intuition

Knight: stop hiding behind a mask and stand by your friends

Witch: inspire/motivate others and stay optimistic/learn to let your burdens go

Rogue: control your emotions/impulses and become independent

Prince: become less image focused and narcissistic

Page: step out from the shadows and accept/embrace who you are

Maid: become less self centered and care/provide for others

Sylph: accept that you have an influence on reality and aren’t powerless and then use that to heal

Bard: care about others well being and spirituality, not just your own

Mage: realize your own talents and don’t get caught up in self deprecation

Thief: don’t be so concerned with what others think of you

Aspects

Space: learn to balance your imagination and being grounded; either extreme is too much

Time: you’re either too independent or too dependent

Light: break down walls around your emotions and feel the consequences of your actions

Void: break out of your anti social shell without becoming over confident

Life: learn to be lively; neither lethargic or hyper

Doom: find balance between sacrificing your time for others and keeping it all to yourself

Blood: don’t be apathetic, but don’t be too overly sensitive either

Breath: learn to be assertive, not aggressive or passive

Heart: be sensitive to your own emotions but control them; don’t let them control you and don’t repress them

Mind: don’t think of yourself higher or lower than others due to your intelligence; inform others so everyone can understand

Hope: find balance between acceptance and skepticism

Rage: learn to control your anger; don’t repress it but don’t let it control you

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Wild clouded leopards are extremely secretive and elusive, which means we know very little about their mating and parenting habits.  In captivity, females give birth to litters of one to five kittens, though the most common number is three.  Wild clouded leopards hide their kittens in nests made of dense clumps of vegetation hidden in the tree tops.  In contrast, captive clouded leopards are often poor mothers, tending to abandon their kittens or even kill them later, so most are taken away and raised by hand.  

These kittens nurse for three months after birth, and become independent at the age of about ten months.

“Had so much fun sharing Thanksgiving at the Ali Forney Center in Brooklyn! This center protects LGBT Youth from the harms of homelessness and empowers them to reclaim their lives. Each year the Ali Forney Center provides care for over 1,200 youth who are rejected by their family due to their LGBT identity. AFC provides these youth with tools they need to become independent and more importantly, AFC provides these youth with the love and support they are denied by their families. Because everyone deserves to be loved and everyone deserves a home. 💘🙏🏻💙!!!” -Madonna