i might be having even trouble to breathe

anonymous asked:

I feel so overwhelmed honestly and its only my second semester of college. I have emailed my teachers already and now my email wont even let me get into it. :( I feel like I have already messed up and failed and I haven't even started doing it yet.

Hi there beautiful ♥ First off, take a deep breath. Like, a really deep one. Breathe out. College is a whirlwind, and most everyone has fallen behind at some point! You haven’t failed anything. You can do this. Things will be okay.

Let’s begin at the beginning. If you’re having trouble logging into your school e-mail, visit the Technology department of your university and have them help you fix it. It might be a server-wide problem, or it might just be that your e-mail is the only one affected. Either way, it’s good to have that sorted! So start there.

Next, it’s important that you’ve already contacted your teachers. It’s good that they know what’s going on. You might also want to talk to your student adviser, who will be able to sit down with you and help you on a more personal level. So set up an appointment if you can.

Finally, I don’t know why you’re feeling overwhelmed specifically, but maybe begin by writing down all your current, MUST-DO projects. So the essays you’ve got to hand in, the assignments that are due, the exams that are coming up, etc. Then start writing down what you need to do to complete each of these things: e.g. “read and summarize chapter 1″. Then just start: do one thing for each of these projects.

You’ll catch up ♥ If you need any more help, let me know xxx

A useful trick for all my friends who have trouble distinguishing reality from dreams:

If you’re not sure if you’re dreaming/in reality, close your mouth and pinch your nose shut. If you can still breathe even though you have no air source, you’re dreaming. If you’re unable to breathe, its real.

I first learned of this trick for lucid dreaming purposes but it’s really helpful when you’re having reality problems too :)

anonymous asked:

"I had sworn I'd never trust anyone again but I didn't have to" for Kasamatsu please 💕

I had sworn I’d never trust anyone again but I didn’t have to.

Kise had always told Kasamatsu that he wasn’t good with girls.

And Kasamatsu knew. It wasn’t something worth hiding. But he had good reason to. None of his previous relationships ever worked out for him. Again and again, they would leave him, for various, stupid, pointless reasons.

Kasamatsu stopped trusting them. He might as well save himself the trouble, right? They all leave in the end.

But you came along, and you took his breath away before you even spoke to him.

He didn’t want to approach you. It’ll happen again, he thought. You’ll simply get his hopes up, and break his heart harder than the last person who did.

Then you approached him. “Hey there,” you said. “You’re the captain of the basketball team?” Kasamatsu felt almost light-headed. “H-how did you know?”

You smiled – a beautiful, soft, genuine smile – “You had an air around you. Plus you were scowling at Kise Ryouta. So I guessed.” The way you said that seemed so surprising, that Kasamatu couldn’t help but laugh.

“Yes, I’m Kasamatsu Yukio. Can…can I help you?”

“Well,” you bit your lip, suddenly looking embarrassed. “Actually, I was going to ask you out, but I’m no good at this–”

Kasamatsu turned red, and he looked away. His heart was thudding painfully against his chest. From joy or anxiety, he couldn’t tell. “I-I’m not sure if…I don’t think I’m ready for–”

Then you reached out, and when your fingers curled around his, Kasamatsu practically flinched. But he didn’t move away; not when you were holding on like this.

“Please, just…trust me,” you pleaded, with all the intensity of someone who loved him more than he deserved. “Give me a chance.”

Kasamatsu paused. It’ll happen again. To hell with that.

“I’ll think about it,” his voice shook. “Come with me for a coffee after class?”