i felt that this was important

THE POWER RANGERS MOVIE WAS WEIRD AND CHEESY BUT IT HAD SOME OF THE BEST AUTISTIC REPRESENTATION I HAVE EVER SEEN IN ANY MEDIA ANYWHERE IN MY LIFE AND I AM REALLY HAPPY RIGHT NOW ABOUT THIS

BILLY CRANSTON IS SO IMPORTANT AND HE MEANS SO MUCH TO ME AND I AM SO HAPPY HE EXISTS

HE IS AUTISTIC AND HE IS A HERO AND HE IS THE HEART AND SOUL OF THE ENTIRE FILM

AND HE STIMS LIKE ME AND HE TALKED THE WAY I TALK SOMETIMES AND HE FELT SO REAL AND SO IMPORTANT

I HONESTLY BARELY EVEN DREAMED OF GETTING THIS

*GOOD*

AUTISTIC
REPRESENTATION
IN
A
MAJOR
GENRE
BLOCKBUSTER
MOVIE

I would always say to myself and others that “idk why I feel like this” when I felt any kind of feeling that I wasn’t really familiar with.
Deep down I would know what I was feeling, but even deeper down I knew I was scared to dive into this feeling and really dissect it to actually figure it out..
I was feeling more quiet than usual. Uncomfortable, actually.
I pushed away and distanced myself from things that once had value and importance in my life.. I didn’t understand why I wasn’t feeling connected to these things anymore until the other day. I knew that in these moments, I needed to sit with self, talk to self, feel, relax, breathe and just listen. I did and finally, I was seeing them for what they truly were, all just memories and lessons that should’ve been left in the past. Why didn’t I see this before? I wasn’t trying to look passed it anymore or continue to claim them as things they no longer were. I had a habit of holding onto things that once made me feel comfortable and loved or wanted, even if it wasn’t real. -at one point in my life I didn’t know how to make myself feel the way I wanted to, I would look to others to make me feel what I thought would be good but turned into the opposite. I was weak, naive, and I wasn’t loving myself so no wonder why I was attracting people and circumstances that aligned to that frequency. I didn’t want to be that girl and I didn’t have to be, I was holding onto things that didn’t have to be me. Now, closing the doors to chapters that I no longer have to dwell on.
I’ve let go and I realized why I had been so unusually quiet.

ZACK TAYLOR IS SO IMPORTANT FOR THE TEENAGERS OUT THERE WHO HAVE A FAMILY MEMBER SUFFERING THROUGH LONGTERM ILLNESSES.

I am so proud of this movie. It means so much to me. The way Zack just wanders around, aimlessly, in the middle of a mine for no reason other than the fact that as long as he doesn’t stop, nothing can catch up to him. More importantly, not his mom’s illness.

Junior year, my mom was diagnosed with cancer. My big plans to go out of state for college minimized to statewide. Days spent with my friends were cut short. Drives to town with my mom became more important because to me, it felt like my time with her had suddenly been split in half. I was angry. I struggled, quietly. I still struggle to open up, to share what I fear most, which is where cancer could possibly take my mom.

My OCD got bad. My relationships became strained. I didn’t wander around mines, I jogged. I ran through forest with my headphones on full blast. I drove the long way home. I made up reasons to go to town. I watched my mom break down. I broke down myself, in privacy, multiple times.

And to see a kid like Zach, the same age as me, going through something so similar? I don’t know. It just gives a validation I haven’t felt. It was realistic. It was true.

“My mom’s the BEST,” he screams, “but she’s sick.” And it clicked to me.

I saw a mirror of myself, a person I’ve been looking to speak with, to help understand, on this screen in front of me, staring at a bonfire, tears in his eyes, admitting something that’s hard to say. My mom is sick. My mom is sick and I love her. My mom is sick and I refuse to lose her. My mom is sick and I’m scared. I’m scared. I’m terrified.

Mr. Zach Taylor, I know you. Mr. Zach Taylor, I am you. Mr. Zach Taylor, thank you.

anonymous asked:

Hello my chum, I really really like this girl and I would do anything for her - she gets bad anxiety and I want to cry when she blames herself when she's too emotionally exhausted to do stuff with me. I want her to be happy all the time but i know that's not possible and i physically ache when she's not with me. I'm only a teenager and I've never felt like this ever before and I've never cared so much, so I don't really know what's going on? Do I have a crush on her? Do I love her? Please help!

hey anon

that could be a sign of a crush

as for the self blame thing, its really, really important to like. be there for her, and to remind her that its not her fault for not being able to chill with you. 

truth is, shes not gonna be happy all the time, but supporting her and helping her will definately help

best of luck to you

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If I can’t convince you that I’ll never leave you—”
He caught her hand in his. “Just say it again.”
“I’ll never leave you,” she said. “No matter what happens, what I do?”
“I’d never give up on you,” she said. “Never. What I feel about you—” She stumbled over the words. “It’s the most important thing I’ve ever felt.”

Clary Fray & Jace, City Of Fallen Angels

dream time

i had a dream that the Horde and Alliance came together to do this massive raid and the final boss was Morrigan from Dragon Age but we couldn’t fight her until we found her weapon in this labyrinth

so i finally found it and I went into the final boss area and held it up for all to see and everyone cheered for me and i felt rly important in the world of warcraft 

anonymous asked:

I actually think they gave Hunk and Lance a decent amount of development. Hunk in the worm episode and Lance in the one where they rescue Slav. And with Hunk, he had a lot of development in season 1. Lance will probably get more development next season. The only thing I really didn't like were all the food jokes with Hunk. I think they really overdid it.

I agree there certainly was character development in the above mentioned. I think it’s important to point out that all the characters in Season 2 did get some development, although some more than others.

However THANK YOU so much for saying that the food jokes bothered you too. I was really off put by that. I really felt like it was way over played. It actually kind of got annoying. 

They developed Hunk so well in season one as the engineer, loyal, peaceful yet badass and smart. And I felt like he was kinda reduced to the “food joke” of the season. 

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*later that night*

Are you okay? You suddenly dissapeared during the movie, is everything okay?

Yes, yes it is. I felt bit dizzy, it’s happening now for a while, but I think it is going to be fine.

For a while? Why didn’t you tell me silly?

Because you are having your important exams in few days and I didn’t want you to worry because it’s going to be fine trust me.

@simphonious

anonymous asked:

I want to start a writing blog but I'm not sure how to gain a presence, not that its the most important thing to have but I'm sure its good motivation. I was wondering, if you felt comfortable, could you talk about what it was like writing on tumblr and the very beginning. Were you writing into the abyss of the internet and then people starting responding to it? did you start off with a following already there? What was the beginning like?

oh goodness I started writing on tumblr four years ago, and a few months before that I was on AFF. I remember my first comment on those damn exo wolf chronicle smuts too. “seems interesting.” lmao and let me tell you, I was sooo excited. I literally didn’t care about views or followers or whatever the equivalent is for AFF, because I was just like, “yeah, imma write this for that one person because they think it’s interesting!” And it’s a good thing too, because I didn’t really get any views or followers or anything at the beginning. I started off with nothing. no followers, or readers, or views, or comments, or likes, or even friends. I just wrote what I wanted, tagged it how I saw other writers I was following at the time do, and kinda waited. I got a few notes and followers, but it just takes time. I think a lot of people see feedback or notes some blogs get and they expect that to happen right off the bat, but it doesn’t work that way. You’re going to gain a presence by just writing and enjoying yourself. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t get attention or feedback right away. Most blogs didn’t when they first started. I know I didn’t and sometimes I still don’t get as much attention for things I work just as hard on that get a lot more… it comes with the territory. (shout out to the ppl that read my girl group writings… all ten of you! lmao) Just write what makes you happy, post things you’re proud of (and if you’re like me, things you’re not proud of and need jesus for), and be patient. Everything else will fall into place. Good luck on your blog! ^^

Professor Lupin

A quick reminder...

Don’t be afraid to say hello to someone you want to roleplay with.

The whole point of being in the roleplay community is to get to know each other and help one another develop characters and have fun! 

  • Send an ask
  • Respond to a meme
  • IM the blog
  • Say hello

Just let the person know you’re interested in interacting! 

I know we all get nervous about rejection, or think we’re being imposing or annoying, but no one would know others are interested in roleplaying with them unless we say something

And remember: if they aren’t interested, there’s plenty of other blogs itching to meet people, and if they’re rude in response to your request, then you shouldn’t associate with them anyway. 

It makes someone feel good when they find out a person wants to interact.

So get out there and make some friends! We’re all in this together!

things to remember when you move out

•always have bottled water in your house/apartment
•pay your bills on time
•wash your dishes everyday
•don’t tell anyone you don’t trust you live alone
•call your mom and tell her you love her
•make sure you have extra toilet paper
•remember to close the curtains when changing
•lock all the windows and doors at night/before leaving the house
•double check that the stove is off
•don’t leave lights on too much
•use real plates instead of throwaways
•have flashlights in every room
•fruits and veggies are important
•night lights aren’t just for babies and kids
•electric and water bill are more important than cable
•don’t eat out too much
•do your laundry
•it’s okay to ask for help
•own at least two recipe books
•never lock yourself out
•but don’t hide a spare under a mat/plant
•don’t open the door without knowing who it is
•mop
•wash your bed spread a lot
•make sure you always have food in the fridge
•if you feel unsafe call someone
•candy/snacks are not meals

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halla. halla. 

listen i’m never gonna shut up about the look on Cas’ face after Dean said “we don’t leave family behind” because THIS is exactly what Cas has struggled with for so many years. He always gets left behind, either by the angels or by the Winchesters, and he’s never quite felt like he belongs anywhere. But for Dean to straight up tell him that they won’t leave him behind, that they would rather die trying to save him, is such a powerful moment. It was important for Cas to hear that and I hope he keeps getting these affirmations because he desperately needs them.