[INFO] EXO, Chanyeol, Baekhyun, and Suho Rank on Gallup Korea 2016′s List!
Gallup Korea: Gallup Korea, a specialized research company that gives the best idea of brand awareness. It gives an objective view of the most popular and known idols among the GENERAL public via interviews/surveys. Top Idols Rank - Name - %
According to Age groups & Genders: Males (13-18): 9) Baekhyun Females (13-18): 2) Chanyeol, 3) Baekhyun, 9) Suho Females (19-29): 6) Baekhyun, 8) Chanyeol, 10) Suho Top Singers/Groups
1. Lim Chang Jung - 11.8 2. Twice - 9.9 3. Jang Yoon jung - 8.7 4. EXO - 7.7 (Highest ranking boy group & rose from 7 in 2015) 5. SNSD - 6.9 6. Lee Sunhee - 6.4 7. Gummy - 5.5 8(TIED). Big Bang - 4.9 8(TIED). G-Friend - 4.9 10. BTS - 4.7 11. Lee Seung Chul 12. Sistar 13. IU 14. Sung Si Kyung 15. Hong Jin Young 16. I.O.I 17. Kim Bum Soo 18(TIED). Cho Yong Pil 18(TIED). Guckkasten 20(TIED). Lee Mon Sae 20(TIED). Park Hyo Shin
Get that recognition EXO, Chanyeol, Baekhyun, and Suho! <3 To be included on this list is a great feat and truly shows the enormous power and recognition EXO has as a group to the general public whatever else people might say– this is reputable stats and proof, that EXO is at undeniably at the top right now. As for Chanyeol, Baekhyun, and Suho, to be INDIVIDUALLY named on such a list, let alone rank high like they did, is a testament to their popularity and massive potential.
Dogs’ lives are short, too short, but you know that going in. You know the pain is coming, you’re going to lose a dog, and there’s going to be great anguish, so you live fully in the moment with her, never fail to share her joy or delight in her innocence, because you can’t support the illusion that a dog can be your lifelong companion. There’s such beauty in the hard honesty of that, in accepting and giving love while always aware it comes with an unbearable price. Maybe loving dogs is a way we do penance for all the other illusions we allow ourselves and for the mistakes we make because of those illusions.
As an INFJ, the greatest gift you can give me is your
awareness. Do not hear me incorrectly –
I do not just mean your time. Time is
precious, and I value the gift of it above most others, but it is not the
greatest treasure. Your true attention,
your awareness of the little things about me, the nuances that most people will
never pay attention to is richer than gold.
Your effort to notice the things I do not say, the minute details that
truly comprise me tell me that you care, that I am worth going reaching beyond,
doing more, and that is the best gift of all.
I am a walking contradiction. All INFJs are, in one degree or another. I do not need to be the center of attention,
yet I love to perform. I love solitude,
yet I need human connection more than food or drink. I seem confident, and I am – yet I am utterly
unsure of myself, and I need to feel that someone believes in me. I am constantly testing, constantly trying
out minor changes, little things, to see if anyone notices. You can say it’s manipulative; you can say
it’s unhealthy. I say it’s true. If you really cared, you would notice without
me telling you. If you really knew me,
you would see what I’m doing. If…
People bustle through their lives, so overwhelmed with their
own concerns, their own worries, their own cell phone screens that they have
little time to pay attention to the people around them. Certainly, the demands of responsibility -
spouses that expect, children that demand, jobs that require – draw their
attention. But in the end, we are all
inevitably tied to ourselves. We don’t truly see the people around us. INFJs are no different, no matter if they’re
called “HSP” or “Empath.” We are still
stuck in our heads, selfish and limited.
But we are also impossibly connected.
When we interact with someone, no matter how casually, we pick up every
nuance. Our awareness is engaged in a
way beyond that of most others. We see. We notice.
We connect, whether we want to or not.
And somehow, no matter how certainly we know it is unfair,
we want someone to do the same for us.
We want someone to notice the fact that our smile doesn’t touch our eyes
and know that we’re tired. We want
someone to notice that we haven’t eaten in 2 days and to care. We want someone to see the tension in the way
we hold our shoulders and know we have a headache. We want someone to see the wonder in our face
and take the responsibility we carry so that we can go forget the world.
It is rare that anyone does those things. An intrinsic part of being an INFJ is moving
through a world of people who are all sure they know you. Sure they know what you want or think or
like. Most of them see their own
reflection in your mirroring skills.
They see a better version of themselves, not you. That makes them like their perception of you,
but means their confidence is misplaced.
They don’t really know anything about you. We grow tired of that, yet we learn to accept
it. We treasure the gift of time, and
appreciate the affirmation of others’ image of who we are.
But that affirmation does not reach deep because it is not
truly an acknowledgement of who we are.
That takes more. That takes the
effort, the attention. It takes the
power of conversation without distraction.
It takes the ability to read the subtle things, the things I will never
tell you, and know what they mean. It
takes the willingness to know me, and the intuition to read between the lines
that have been redacted by my fear, shame, and self doubt. That care is the greatest gift of all, the treasure
”So often when we talk about Asians in media, people expect Asian-Americans to be placated by Asian content. They don’t distinguish between Asian and Asian-American content — they’re very different, and that’s not to place a higher value on one or the other. It’s just to give an awareness to people that to lump us together as the same story is reductive to our experience. The fortitude it took to come here as an immigrant, with no support system in a new place, sometimes not even speaking the language, and what it must take to have the courage to build that kind of a story and home from scratch — it is a different experience. When Hollywood executives think Asian-Americans are placated by simply Asian roles, I think that’s reductive to what it means for our immigrant experience and how unique and special that is to us. Asians and Asian-Americans — not better nor worse — just different.” [x]
“A healthy woman is much like a wolf, strong life force, life-giving, territorially aware, intuitive and loyal. Yet separation from her wildish nature causes a woman to become meagre, anxious, and fearful. The wild nature carries the medicine for all things. She carries stories, dreams, words and songs. She carries everything a woman needs to be and know. She is the essence of the female soul… With the wild nature as ally and teacher, we see not through two eyes only, but through the many eyes of intuition. With intuition we are like the starry night, we gaze at the world through a thousand eyes.”
~Clarissa Pinkola Estes, ‘Women who run with Wolves’.
If you know your friend, partner, or family member has dependency issues and they’ve made it clear to you that they have separation anxiety and would rather you tell them you don’t want to talk to them rather than ignore them, and you still ignore them, I’m sorry, but
You’re a piece of shit and they deserve so much better than you. I don’t care what the fuck your reason is. There literally can’t be a logical explanation as to why you can’t take a minute out of your day to text your loved one who’s MADE IT CLEAR THEY NEED THIS to tell them that you’re not ignoring them, you’re just not in the mood to talk.