sleeping days on days away

okay so i’m working on a jungkook smut, it’s like 7k long right now and i’m starting the smut tomorrow so it should be posted tomorrow or the day after. it’s kind of writer!jungkook, enemies!au where they’re stuck in a motel, in a room, with one bed. i’m evil.
I think about you sometimes. I wonder who’s comfort do you seek for when you’re having a bad day. I wonder if you got that promotion you had been aiming for. I wonder if you’ve been to that place where we last kissed. I wonder what do you say when people ask about me. I wonder if you’re doing okay without me.
—  Things I realized when I couldn’t sleep, part X
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5x12 || 7x11

This is you breaking up with me. Yeah.

NurseyDex | 1+k | Fluff |

Neither of them are awake when the other seems to be. They find a compromise.

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“Nursey, come on you said you’d come and get breakfast with me!” Dex is standing over his boyfriend, already dressed and starving.

Nursey just rolls over, pulling the covers over his head with a groan.

“Five more minutes….”

“Nursey!” Dex tugs at the quilt, huffing out an agitated sigh as Nursey’s grip becomes iron like as he clings to the comforter.

“Dex no!”

“Fine!” Dex lets go, huffing again, before turning around to grab his bag from where it’s propped on Nursey’s chair.

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the meanie couple is my ultimate weakness

Top Tips for Being your Best Camp Counselor Self

What makes a good camp counselor? Is it being kind to all of your children? Is it having incredible patience?  Is it having safety in mind, even over fun?  Or is it being a leader and role model for children?  Maybe it’s all of the above and more.  Being a camp counselor is a big responsibility, not only is you responsible for someone’s most prized possession, their child, but you are tasked with making their time at camp, fun, safe, and most of all special. In order to be a good camp counselor one must wear many different hats and be able to adjust to different situations, often many times in a day.  Here are some things to keep in mind – they’re bound to help.

Tip #1: Get to know each of your campers

Not every camper is going to act or react in the same manner during the camp day.  Knowing each camper, and what makes them tick, will pay off. For example if Johnny really does not like soccer, let him keep score or help out counselors in another capacity. If a counselor does not know Johnny well and insists that he play, you may find yourself with an otherwise happy camper behaving poorly and becoming a distraction for the group.  Also remember that campers are generally the center of their parents’ universe.  No one is expecting a camp counselor to know all, but relating to a camper and knowing some of their favorite shows or super heroes makes a nice connection.  

Tip #2: Get into a routine

Routines are very much a part of the day and the more routine things are for your campers, the better your group will run.  Let your campers know and feel the routine; how to line up, when you break for bathroom and water, when to expect a buddy check to be called, how to pack their belongings after swim, how clean up goes, even where to place their backpacks when they arrive to a program area.

Tip #3: Keep your schedule

Camp is a welcome break from homework and tests and some of the structure of school, but keeping a schedule is still important.  Good programmers allow just the right amount of time for activities; enough time to complete a project or play a game and not too much time that the kids lose interest. Preview activities with your campers; give periodic warnings when the time to transition is approaching so you can keep as close to schedule as possible.  But remember, this is camp, and a truly great camp counselor is flexible. There will be times, despite everyone’s best efforts, that days don’t run as planned and schedules get changed. Be that rock star counselor who is always prepared with a song or a game to fill in that unexpected gap in time.  

Tip #4: Use simple directions

It is a mistake to give campers, especially young campers, complex directions.  For example, if you are explaining how to line up, do it simply step by step. Step 1 grab your back pack, step 2 find your buddy and hold their hand, step 3 listen for your name to get on line. Simple, easy directions for campers to follow will help make your day less stressful and help your daily routine run smoothly.

Tip #5: Be a leader not a friend

When working with children it can be easy to forget that you are in charge.  The day is full of games, trips, and excitement that you as a counselor enjoy sharing with the kids.  A counselor must always remember their role as caregiver to be a firm hand that judges all children fairly.  A counselor must be that person a parent would want their child to look up to and emulate.  There are times when the distinction between leader and friend might become blurry. This is a danger zone; if you’re having trouble with establishing yourself as a leader, waste no time reaching out to your supervisor for support.  They have training to help you.

Tips #6: Do not go at it alone

Being a good camp counselor means knowing when to ask for help.  You may look like superman to the children but that does not mean you have to act like him.  Camp can be stressful and days can be long, but your team is there to help.  Out of ideas with a difficult child?  Ask for help; it’s a sign of strength!  It shows that you’ve successfully assessed the situation and have a strong grasp of what’s going on.  No one ever said you have to do it alone.  Camps are families and your family has always got your back.

TLC Shipweeks 2017- Week One Day One- Home.

tbh wolflet is as cozy as you can get honestly it was all i could think of when i thought of the theme. I wanted to make this look better but i haven;t slept in like,,,,a long time,,,and idk lmso. anyway yeah they went out dancing at the bar last night and she stole his shirt but Ze’ev was wearing those pants when they went out. idk how to draw him lol. i will probably go back and redraw this someday.

skittymon  asked:

Sai, I just went and watched Yugioh Everything's video on Yusaku and Aoi having Autism and Depresson, respectively. While he makes some solids points and I agree with them having mental problems, he basically said Vrains is the first yugioh to talk about 'such dark topics.' If your up to it could you bring up some characters in previous ygo series (Arc-V or all your choice) that implied to have mental problems cause Vrains is not the first by a long shot lmao.

Lmao sorry this answer is kinda late since the past few days have been busy for me and ironically enough you sent this right when I just got back from a grad school info session (regarding psych programs ofc) which made me realize I kinda wanna pursue a career more along research in the field of abnormal psychology which is one of my stronger areas of knowledge in psychology already anyway. I just really like it that much.

So yeah I did see this ask like almost right when you sent it but it was late and I had just gotten home after a nice day and YE’s videos haven’t been making me too happy lately so ofc sorry I kinda avoided watching it that night cuz I didn’t wanna ruin my nice day (just in case). But now that I watched it, well as far as I can remember he didn’t outright say that this is the first time a Yugioh’s dealt with these issues before (but I can see how you got that he perhaps implied it).

That all being said, I still have just a, I’d say, general yet above-average knowledge in these subjects (hey I have a degree in Psych, yes, but that doesn’t make me an expert by any means and I’m not afraid to say that, hell I love learning new things about psych all the time) so please keep that in mind (also please keep in mind too that I cannot professionally diagnose anyone, but for the sake of discussion about the psychology in fiction, I can definitely give my thoughts on what would be the most probably diagnosis for certain characters). Besides that though, if YE does actually believe that this is the first time these kinds of issues have ever been dealt with in Yugioh, well wow idk how much he’s been paying attention before this…

(Long read with further examples + explanations from characters in each series under the cut)

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alright guys my queue is now empty, content on here from now on is gonna be the following!!

  • stuff i make (themes, fics, graphics, headcanons/meta, photography)
  • resources (coding, writing help, wallpapers, icons, etc.)
  • d.gray-man (graphics, fanart, fics, general content)

it’s gonna be quieter here for the most part (especially since dgm hasn’t updated properly.. in nearly a year.. i cry..) but in particular the next few days while i make a new theme for my blog + clean things up a bit.

if you’re sad the multifandom personal mess on here is gone, you’re more than welcome to ask for my new personal blog (which is where all of that nonsense can now be found) !! i’m gonna be reasonably selective about who follows me over there for the moment, but may be less strict about it in the future depending on how i feel.

i hope you can continue supporting me here, and thank you for being understanding while i try and figure out what the heck i’m doing with myself