how about no ed

anonymous asked:

Does your boyfriend know about your ed? If so is, how did he react to it?

He does know. I told him a few days ago. I told him in my past I dealt with an ed so he was just sad and scared I would fall back into it like I did. He wishes I would get better

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@siriusprotectionsquad challenge: the marauders

“I doubt whether any Hogwarts students ever found out more about the Hogwarts grounds and Hogsmeade than we did… And that’s how we came to write the Marauder’s Map, and sign it with our nicknames. Sirius is Padfoot. Peter is Wormtail. James was Prongs.” - Remus Lupin

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Hosoi Mieko’s Illustrations Anime OPs/EDs

  • Me: Robert is such a good character. His route is possibly the best in the entire game, simply with how it handles his character, and gives an unexpected but amazing ending at the same time. I think it's no contest who my favorite dad i-
  • Craig, passing me during his casual jog: Hey bro!
  • Me, keeling over as I clench my chest: FUCK...

this guy realllllly does not like being called short.

She would never send new songs, no. I hear them but has to be with her.
I remember when I did a song with her for her album, I was in San Francisco and they sent someone with a locked briefcase with an iPad and one song on it and they flew San Francisco and played the song I’ve done with her and asked if I like it and I was like ‘yeah’ and they took it back, that’s how I hear it.
—  Ed Sheeran for Capricho Magazine about Taylor sending him her new songs

Honestly? Jin and Jimin are /adults/. They’re not catty teenage girls going behind each others backs and insulting each other, this was a part of a /game/, where the point is to roast someone basically.

Obviously, no one is trying to say that the statement that Jin made was okay or not uncalled for in any way (it personally made me cringe, and yeah, I’d rather it not have been said). But to criticize those kinds of statements means you should criticize them when they’re being used against anyone, including the /countless/ times they were used against other members i.e. Jin.

Going back to the adult thing, Jin and Jimin work and live together, and have for almost 5+ years. All of the boys are very close, and if there is an issue, I am sure at this point they are mature enough to address it with one another and talk it out.

How to Practice Effectively

Mastering any physical skill, be it performing a pirouette, playing an instrument, or throwing a baseball, takes practice. Practice is the repetition of an action with the goal of improvement, and it helps us perform with more ease, speed, and confidence. 

There are many theories that attempt to quantify the number of hours, days, and even years of practice that it takes to master a skill. While we don’t yet have a magic number, we do know that mastery isn’t simply about the amount of hours of practice. It’s also the quality and effectiveness of that practice. Effective practice is consistent, intensely focused, and targets content or weaknesses that lie at the edge of one’s current abilities. So if effective practice is the key, how can we get the most out of our practice time? 

Below are 4 tips for practicing better for just about anything!

1. Focus on the task at hand. Minimize potential distractions by turning off the computer or TV and putting your cell phone on airplane mode. In one study, researchers observed 260 students studying. On average, those students were able to stay on task for only six minutes at a time. Laptops, smartphones, and particularly Facebook were the root of most distractions. 

2. Start out slowly or in slow-motion. Coordination is built with repetitions, whether correct or incorrect. If you gradually increase the speed of the quality repetitons, you have a better chance of doing them correctly. 

3. Next, frequent repetitions with allotted breaks are common practice habits of elite performers. Studies have shown that many top athletes, musicians, and dancers spend 50-60 hours per week on activities related to their craft. Many divide their time used for effective practice into multiple daily practice sessions of limited duration. 

4. Finally, practice in your brain in vivid detail. It’s a bit surprising, but a number of studies suggest that once a physical motion has been established, it can be reinforced just by imagining it. In one study, 144 basketball players were divided into two groups. Group A physically practiced one-handed free throws while Group B only mentally practiced them. When they were tested at the end of the two week experiment, the intermediate and experienced players in both groups had improved by nearly the same amount. 

As scientists get closer to unraveling the secrets of our brains, our understanding of effective practice will only improve. In the meantime, effective practice is the best way we have of pushing our individual limits, achieving new heights, and maximizing our potential.

From the TED-Ed Lesson How to practice effectively…for just about anything - Annie Bosler and Don Greene

Animation by Martina Meštrović

5 facts about Aquarius

1. An Aquarius never forgets about how you treat(ed) them

2. They will always be the outcast, the black sheep, or the lone wolf… and they’re okay with that

3. It’s really hard for them to stay mad at someone that they love

4. Aquarians are nice until you make them mad and when you make them mad.. nice doesn’t exist

5. If you’re a here today, gone tomorrow type of person, stay the hell away from an Aquarius

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those eyes (and eyelashes) should be made illegal tbh

What It’s Really Like

Having an ED mean more than losing weight it’s constantly being too cold, too depressed, too tired, too stressed, too obsessed, too fat.
Having an ED means going days without realizing I haven’t eaten, because i’m too consumed with depression or anxiety.
Having an ED means that going out with friends is impossible; because food is always involved. 
Having an ED means that every time after seeing a person I wonder for hrs, if that person thinks that i’m fat. 
Having an ED means having impossibly high anxiety about eating in public. 
Having an ED means thinking about how many calories you have eaten today, rather than what homework is due. 
Having an ED means adding bottles of laxatives to your shopping cart, right next to the “safe foods” and ipecac syrup. 
Having an ED means worrying about calorie counts instead of bills and finances.  
Having an ED means forgetting the easy things, like how to do the simplest tasks. 
Having an ED means being too tired to get yourself ready in the morning. not bathing, not brushing your teeth, not brushing your hair. 
Having an ED means watching the hair on your head fall out, while hair grows all over your body as your body tries to keep you warm. 
Having an ED means that all of my clothes no longer fit, but im too scared to go clothes shopping so I make do with what I have. 
Having an ED means wearing baggy clothes to divert attention from the fact that your skin is becoming see through.
 Having an ED means easily getting injured. Having to decide if the pain is worth the frustration of answering all the questions. 
Having an ED means thousands of tried to get blood during any dr apt or trip to the ER. 
Having an ED is going to sleep at night hoping that you will lose weight while you sleep, and praying that you will wake up in the morning. 
Having an ED means spending hrs looking up the calories for the food you must consume to meet your nutritionist diet plan. 
Having an ED means not having the energy to go out with friends, go shopping, or even get up for work some days. 
Having an ED means concentrating in class is impossible. 
Having an ED means having that voice in the back of ur head saying being skinny is better than living at all. 

Yuri on Ice interview translation - Animage 2017/01 (p20-23)

I was going to post this last week but gave priority to the BD stuff. This will be the final interview from the booklet that came with January Animage! There’s still an interview with Kenji Miyamoto left untranslated, but it will be taken care of by @whiteboxgems​ whenever she has time! I’ll reblog it when it’s around.

This is actually 2 interviews, I’m posting them together because they were one after the other and (main reason) because the second one is very short.
A few notes below to better understand the interviews.

The first one is with Yuuichirou Hayashi, the one who created the ending (ED = ending by the way) footage. I have the feeling someone previously posted translations of the captions under the ED screenshots, but I don’t remember where and I’m pretty sure it was just the captions and not the interview parts, so here you have it complete. This one is pretty interesting because he explains in detail how they created the ED, and has some extra information on cut scenes etc. Definitely a must read in my opinion!

The second one is a short interview with Kayoko Ishikawa, the one who did the costume designs. Here you might think: didn’t Chacott design the costumes? I’ll explain. It’s more or less like with Mitsurou Kubo and Tadashi Hiramatsu: Kubo created the original designs for the characters, from scratch, and Hiramatsu transformed them into designs specifically created for animation, therefore with simpler lines, detailed expression sheets and so on. Likewise, Chacott did the original designs for the costumes, from scratch, based on the indications by Yamamoto and Kubo, and then the anime’s costume designer simplified and modified them so that they would be suitable to be animated. (Before actually animating them there’s a further step: the anime’s color designer is going to decide the exact colors, shadows and highlights included, that will be used inside the anime. I translated an interview with the color designer Izumi Hirose some time ago)

I usually don’t add pictures but this time I felt that it would be better to add them as an immediate reference. However, they are just for reference and are not meant to be visually stunning, so please bear with the quality because I just took photos of the magazine with my phone and quickly edited them.

Translation under the cut! (kind of image-heavy)

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i love thinking about how cute ed is. like that country boy was so darned pretty, don’t tell me his cute rural charm and heroic behavior didn’t make him some kind of heartthrob. he probably didn’t even REALIZE IT. 

after the promised day, he gets a free piece of pie from a local diner for being ‘such a hero of the country’ and he’s like “oh wow thanks.” he doesnt even NOTICE how redfaced the waitress is as she scurries away. 

some teenage girl clips out his newspaper photo and puts it in her diary. “appreciation for the national hero?” her father asks. “uh huh.” the daughter replies, drawing a heart under his face. 

students like 50 years later read about him and theyre like “yeah yeah, edward elric. national hero. whatever.” and they open their history books and BAM. the national hero was a scruffy 16 year old boy with literal golden hair and a model’s jawline. nothing is the same. 

we shouldnt be calling it disability benefits, it should be called necessities.

considering the only people who could possibly call getting money in order to pay a hospital bill or debt you didnt deserve, for the meds you shouldnt have to take, for the life you never asked for a benefit is abled people who dont have these problems, will never have this debt and will never need the money to pay it off.

a necessity for disabled people is nothing more than some extra cash, a benefit for abled people, and people tend to be against the idea of the disabled getting money to help pay their medical bills because they dont understand that it isnt some get rich quick thing, its usually a life altering situation.

the idea of a disabled person not having to pay for an unfair life, and being abled to have enough money to get things that they NEED to live, to have a life that abled people get for free, is so foreign that people choose to describe it as a benefit, as an accomodation.

but tell me again about how ableism doesnt exist?