Chronicles

Keep Calm & Stay Awesome

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  • 1.Do you want a boyfriend or girlfriend?
  • 2.When did your last hug take place?
  • 3.Are you a jealous person?
  • 4.Are you tired right now?
  • 5.Do you chew on your straws?
  • 6.Have you ever been called a tease?
  • 7.Have you ever been awake for 48 hours straight?
  • 8.Do you cry easily?
  • 9.What should you be doing right now?
  • 10.Are you a heavy sleeper?
  • 11.Do you think you can last in a relationship for 6 months?
  • 12.Are you mad at someone right now?
  • 13.Do you believe in love?
  • 14.What makes you laugh no matter what?
  • 15.Who was the last person you talked to?
  • 16.Do you get butterflies around the person you like?
  • 17.Will you get married?
  • 18.When was the last time you smiled?
  • 19.Does anyone like you?
  • 20.Do you secretly like someone?
  • 21.Who was the first person you talked to today?
  • 22.Who do you feel most comfortable talking to about anything?
  • 23.What are you NOT looking forward to?
  • 24.What ARE you looking forward to?
  • 25.Has someone of the opposite sex ever told you they loved you, and meant it?
  • 26.Suppose you see your ex kissing another person what would you do?
  • 27.Do you plan on moving out within the next year?
  • 28.Are you a forgiving person?
  • 29.How many TRUE friends do you have?
  • 30.Do you fall for people easily?
  • 31.Have you ever fallen for your ex’s best friend?
  • 32.What’s the last thing you put in your mouth?
  • 33.Who was the last person you drove with?
  • 34.How late did you stay up last night and why?
  • 35.If you could move somewhere else, would you?
  • 36.Who was the last person you took a picture of?
  • 37.Can you live a day without TV?
  • 38.When was the last time you were extremely disappointed?
  • 39.Three names you go by...
  • 40.Are you currently in a relationship?
  • 41.What is your all-time favorite romance movie?
  • 42.Do you believe that everyone has a soul-mate?
  • 43.What’s your current problem?
  • 44.Have you ever had your heart broken?
  • 45.Your thoughts of long distance relationships?
  • 46.How many kids do you want to have?
  • 47.Have you ever found it hard to tell someone you like them?
the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t think trigger warnings are reasonable to expect from other people.
Just earlier today I came across a post on this very blog about how 90’s kids don’t “dislike” 00’s because they’re young, but because they’re basically little aging clocks for us, constantly reminding us that time is passing.
That post triggered me, and I mean actually triggered - I suddenly felt short of breath, I was shaking and horrified,I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I had to go lay down and cry because it was horrible. I have a terrible aging phobia that very negatively impacts almost every aspect of my life. Does that mean that the OP should have added some little “tw: age” tag to it, or that they’re an asshole for not doing so?
Absolutely not. It isn’t the job of strangers who don’t even know that you or I exist to cater to our feelings. Anything can be a trigger to the right person at the right time. Some days I can talk about the passage of time without missing a beat, and other days (or ever just parts of a day) I can’t be reminded of anything related to it. It isn’t up to strangers to try and anticipate my emotional stability when making posts. It isn’t the job of everyone around me to treat my feelings with kid gloves.
Hiding from your problems by trying to make everything related to them magically disappear isn’t helping you get over the issue, and it’s annoying to everyone else to constantly be expected to try and anticipate the stressors of every possible person that could see their posts.
If someone doesn’t tag something with a trigger warning and it upsets you, get over it. Cry it out, take a nap, and come back instead of yelling and screaming about how everyone in the world should cater to your feelings. If you really can’t handle accidently coming across something you don’t like, then get off of the internet, turn off your TVs and radios, never go outside again, and basically cut any contact with the outside world because you’re going to come across it eventually.
Of course this isn’t to say that it’s okay for someone to purposely trigger people. That’s rude and douchey, please don’t do it.

Some very interesting thoughts

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t think trigger warnings are reasonable to expect from other people.

Just earlier today I came across a post on this very blog about how 90’s kids don’t “dislike” 00’s because they’re young, but because they’re basically little aging clocks for us, constantly reminding us that time is passing.

That post triggered me, and I mean actually triggered - I suddenly felt short of breath, I was shaking and horrified,I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. I had to go lay down and cry because it was horrible. I have a terrible aging phobia that very negatively impacts almost every aspect of my life. Does that mean that the OP should have added some little “tw: age” tag to it, or that they’re an asshole for not doing so?

Absolutely not. It isn’t the job of strangers who don’t even know that you or I exist to cater to our feelings. Anything can be a trigger to the right person at the right time. Some days I can talk about the passage of time without missing a beat, and other days (or ever just parts of a day) I can’t be reminded of anything related to it. It isn’t up to strangers to try and anticipate my emotional stability when making posts. It isn’t the job of everyone around me to treat my feelings with kid gloves.

Hiding from your problems by trying to make everything related to them magically disappear isn’t helping you get over the issue, and it’s annoying to everyone else to constantly be expected to try and anticipate the stressors of every possible person that could see their posts.

If someone doesn’t tag something with a trigger warning and it upsets you, get over it. Cry it out, take a nap, and come back instead of yelling and screaming about how everyone in the world should cater to your feelings. If you really can’t handle accidently coming across something you don’t like, then get off of the internet, turn off your TVs and radios, never go outside again, and basically cut any contact with the outside world because you’re going to come across it eventually.

Of course this isn’t to say that it’s okay for someone to purposely trigger people. That’s rude and douchey, please don’t do it.

Some very interesting thoughts

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Teen Wolf is an adventure show and an adventure is most thrilling when you go it alone. Allison went it alone, but she was still there for the people she loved. She entered as a love interest and went out as a hero. Allison Argent is important. (x)

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averagefairy:

the only reason y’all hate jennifer lawrence is because there’s a convenient little list of everything bad she’s said floating around the internet and you read it and decided yes she’s a horrible person. what if someone compiled a list of everything stupid and ignorant you’ve ever said and done and sent it to everyone they know. are you a bad person? probably not. are you gonna seem like one? probably

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penguinnamedelmo:

beautifullyburnedxo:

sailordirtbag:

before you date a girl with a mental illness, remember: saying, “you’re beautiful” won’t balance the chemicals in her brain.

and don’t fucking say, “i’ll be here for you, no matter what,” if you don’t mean it.

don’t think you’re fixing her by saying, “i love you.” because you’re not

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before you date anyone

(Source: bonycat, via astronymph)