when will people stop acting like unhealthy coping mechanisms exist in a vacuum lmao unhealthy behaviors more often than not arise from unhealthy situations. stop focusing on the symptoms so much (as in stop pressuring and guilt tripping someone into stopping) without dealing with why those maladaptive coping mechanisms are there to begin with.
Aight so my method of studying is goin through a year of two of my exam papers and seeing how well I can answer them, and tomorrow is my history mock as I said earlier. I’ve got ma notes copy and my hardback, but no exam papers… Fuuuuck
An average chapter in Book II: The Saga of Thranduil. There are a few over 30 pages and some as shot as six. This is the word count for Chapter XXVI: The Fall of Dol Guldur (old book III as Chapter V). It’s not done yet so it will be longer than 17 pages. If I let the Extended version go that far, it will be even longer. This is going to be a doorstop. 😂🤣 God I need a nap..I have no endnotes or footnotes, by the way. It is pure, really rough draft of two versions which is about 770 pages–just for Thranduil alone. Well, if it goes in a bookstore, Lee might just read it because it’s long. If he’s really into wasting a month, he should wait for the entire book. At this point it will be well over 1100 pages–at the very least…Tee hee. Damn. Added two elves and preparing for the first female dwarf in Middle-Earth History to utter a word. She’s dwarf #11 and the first female. The first female human was Súlelenth, wife of Êlenuil and mother of Nenduîl and Tárimë followed by Aurëwyn, wife of Bard II. She also happens to be related to Haldúir, husband of Arímë, the formally half-elven cousin of Thranduil’s wife Êlúriel and Nimlos and Nenloth. Yeah, I was asked to submit an index at Tuesday’s meeting. I think at this point, I need complete the one I have. 7 pages of elves. This is nuts. Why I didn’t call this “The Secret Lives of Elves”, I don’t know.😂🤣