cave of love

anonymous asked:

I’m in a relationship in which I feel like I’m pouring all of my love into and It seems like I get little in return. I don’t know how to approach him about it when in general he isn’t that affectionate in the first place. Any thoughts?

Ask him about it, or simply stop pouring your love. its hard to not cave in and give love when you’re a caring person. but if you stop then he will notice

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“It was always a circle, from our hero’s family home to an underworld to the rallying of the tropes, and Gareth always wanted to get Jyn back home again; it starts with the home and end with (a metaphorical) home.”  - The Art of Rogue One, Josh Kushins

Patience yields focus.

There is a lot going on in this scene and everytime I watch it I laugh. Ryukun is such a big sturdy America. Lifting Dainyan with such ease.

nina and daniela for @smoltinypumpkinchild

BONUS:: 

nina doesn’t give in and now has a nice new bob

…but they bump heads like anyone. Don’t you ever bump heads with your friends? But they always come back to, you know, a place of mutual respect of each other.
— 

Katie McGrath 

And with this single sentence, the rare lesser striped cryptid McGrath has awoke from hibernation to pinpoint the largest difference between Kara and Lena’s dynamic and Kara and Mon-El’s. Yeah, they may fight or have differing opinions sometimes, but Lena and Kara’s mutual respect allows them to see things from the other perspective and resolve their issues together. 
Kara and Mon-nom however, don’t have the mutual respect because Mon-ew doesn’t respect her. He invalidates her career, degrades her in public and even trespasses into Kara’s own home because he lacks the capacity to respect Kara, or any woman for that matter. It’s why he left that girl he’d slept with on Daxam to die, how he could manipulate Eve without giving it a second thought, why he announced their relationship status at the DEO after Kara asked him not to, and why he moved on .2 seconds after Kara said she wasn’t interested. After all, “things were easier on Daxam where I objectified women and didn’t care about anyone.”

“I love you. I love the texture of your skin, the taste of your saliva, the softness of your ears, I love every inch and every part of your entire body. From your toes and the beautifully curved arches of your feet, to the exceptional shade and warmth of your dark hair. I need you in my life, I hope you need me too.”
— Nick Cave, from a letter to PJ Harvey