think negatively

anonymous asked:

Rat Poison Death Part 2: Bum tries to let Sangwoo know he's still there and curls up to him when he sleeps. Sangwoo interprets these things as negative and thinks they are trying to kill him. He keeps seeing Bum everywhere in fleeting glances (shadows on the walk maybe in the bright light) and tries to kill him or hold him. Sangwoo's crippling guilt/fear causes him to become more clumsy and Sangbae is able to gather evidence. It ends with Sangwoo committing suicide or locked up with Ghost Bum.

im actually really sad now

anonymous asked:

So we know now that the debut single will not be a dance track and it is unique-sounding. Hmmm. I wish they had put some praise in there. Do they not expect it to be a radio hit and that concerts are where the success will be? "Unique sounding" reminds me of when people say something is "interesting" when they don't want to be negative. Hmmm.

I didn’t even interpret it that way. And I’m not thinking in negative terms at all because I’m SO PUMPED.

I struggle so much with actually allowing myself to care deeply for ppl. I tend to lock my heart away immediately when I meet someone I share a connection with n tell myself to not get too attached. I think its bc I’ve moved so much n usually everyone eventually leaves me 

simon and izzy are really starting to annoy me all they do is use raphael at this point i just ship raphael + happiness.

BTS as words
  • Seokjin: Serene
  • Yoongi: Tempestuous
  • Hoseok: luminescence
  • Namjoon: Aesthetic
  • Jimin: Divine
  • Taehyung: Unorthodox
  • Jungkook: Timorous
The real question:

When will we have a character who says “I don’t need a relationship” and then proceeds to NOT HAVE A RELATIONSHIP AND BE TOTALLY COOL WITHOUT ONE because honestly I’m so fed up with writers forcing romance on characters who clearly don’t want it/don’t care about it

anonymous asked:

how do you feel about SU Crit blogs??

I’m kind of jaded about the SU c/rit/ical thing. So like disclaimer, if you’re a fan of the show providing legitimate criticism, that’s one thing. I respect that, like, a lot! But I’ve seen “su cr/iti/cal” blogs complain about such trivial things, down to (literally) inconsistency in Pumpkin’s tongue texture. I feel like at the beginning there was actual valid criticism, but now it’s just turned into a hotbed of negativity.

I think the problem is that some people feel like ragging on something for its flaws somehow demonstrates that you’re more objective or enlightened than those who choose to celebrate the good things about it. But how can you provide a valuable critique of something you’ve already decided you hate? In my opinion, if you find it impossible to acknowledge anything good happening in the show, you’re pretty much just as subjective as someone who is incapable of acknowledging its flaws.

The thing that I mostly don’t like is that when a fan of the show says “I don’t like su c/ri/tical’”, their immediate response is to say “foolish sheeple^tm, you special snowflakes are unable to take criticism about anything you like. these damn millennials !!!” Which is so ironic, because like, that’s just a weak response that gets tossed out by people who claim to be “critics” but are unable to handle when anyone says “hey, that’s a dumb argument and here’s why.”

I do really appreciate that they keep the criticism in their own tag rather than just the general SU one, though, so like, props. They can keep doing their thing, they aren’t hurting anyone. A lot of the time w/ ships and stuff, the actual ship tag is just filled with hate, so it’s nice that these guys don’t post their stuff in the main tag.

also–in case you’re worried this is suddenly gonna transform into a Discourse Blog^tm or something, worry not lol, we are returning to your regular programming right after this post. I just have gotten a lot of messages about this and feel like I should voice my thoughts about it \o/

Positive Thinking: What it Really Is

Positive thinking doesn’t mean denying that the negative stuff exists. It doesn’t mean pretending that the negative stuff doesn’t bother you. It doesn’t mean pasting on a fake smile when you really feel like frowning.

Positive thinking simply means making the conscious choice to focus on things that make you happy, rather than obsess about the things that don’t.

We all have negativity in our lives. We all have our personal challenges, fears, disappointments, and stressors. We all have things we’d like to improve about our lives.

But we also have plenty of wonderful things in our lives and in the world around us that we take for granted because we’re too busy complaining about the other stuff.

When it comes right down to it, your attitude is simply a habit, whether positive or negative. You are used to thinking about things in a certain way, so you continue doing that - even if it doesn’t serve you and makes you miserable.

Changing your attitude from negative to positive can create so many wonderful changes in your life, including stress reduction, easier healing, a greater sense of well-being, better relationships, better quality of sleep, greater success in whatever you do, and much more.

Even better, you don’t have to overhaul your entire attitude in one day to reap the benefits of a positive thinking practice. You simply have to start with one little thought at a time.

Choose a better thought whenever possible, and your attitude (and your life) will begin to transform.