c space

Honestly one of the hardest things for me to do is give people space after a disagreement/fight/misunderstanding. I go through the full cycle of anger, hurt, guilt, shame, sadness, self-loathing (whether I’m guilty OR innocent) in the space of a few hours usually, sometimes overnight, & on the rare occasion, a full day.

So when it’s over, *I* am ready to just move on & be friends again. I get antsy when the other person takes longer to forgive or needs more time to process.

The best thing to do is give the other person space b/c almost always when I try to force the issue, I make things worse, but MAN, it is HARD.

Oh, and then there’s the AGONY!! The silence eats me ALIVE. I start thinking all sorts of horrible things about myself, often b/c I manage to upset the super nice, patient, generous people you never thought could cut someone off or want out of their life long-term. (I hate that I have such a super skill for this.) I mean, the degree depends on how close I am to the person &/or how much I admire them on a personal or professional level. But GEEZ. It’s enough to make me question making close friends at all.

But then…oh. I NEED IT. Lol.

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People who compare John’s freckles to the stars are the best kind of people

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YOO Merry Christmas @irishgirl982! I was your secret santa for the @mlsecretsanta​ exchange! :D You requested anything from the lovesquare so here’s some fluffy Adrinette! Hope you enjoy it! C:

A Good Thought

during pre-debut vernon tested dino’s english skills and asked him what hyung is in english. dino replied “brother”. then hansol asked him what dongsaeng is and dino replied “princess”, making hansol laugh. Channie later explained that he knew the members were really stressed out and just wanted to make them happy so he said a random word.

What a good boy. A precious boy. Our thoughtful baby maknae

Ride over the clouds ☆゚.*・。゚

Process

Rare, recently discovered comet visible for the first time this month

  • A newly discovered comet will be close enough to Earth to be visible but catch it while you can, because it won’t return for thousands of years.
  • The comet, named C/2016 U1 NEOWISE, was discovered in October by NASA’s NEOWISE mission.
  • For those in the Northern Hemisphere, C/2016 U1 NEOWISE will be visible just before dawn in the southeastern sky during the first two weeks of 2017.
  • Some avid sky watchers have already been sharing photos on Twitter with images tagged “C/2016 U1 NEOWISE.” Read more

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