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Sept. 15 8:44 pm

justice4mikebrown:

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mustacheelm:

how do you draw magic

mustacheelm:

how do you draw magic

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vintage-aerith:

SASHA: Pr-Prosecutor Blackquill said that...you
two would abandon me...B-but here you are, to
my rescue--! I'm so happy!
ATHENA: Of course! You're the best, Sasha!
D-don't cry!
PHOENIX: Maybe you two need to take it easy.
(Great, now I have crybabies in stereo...)

Decided to make my 20,000th Tumblr post all about PIRATES. It was awesome swashbuckling around the U.S.S. Constellation in the harbor and spending the rest of the day befriending dolphins and turtles in the aquarium!

TURNABOUT RECLAIMED ★ 
Sasha Buckler
 / Athena Cykes / Photographer + assistant

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airlock:

my dash has been debating the issue of self-diagnosis again and I feel like it’s a good time to point out a vital little thing about it:

regular diagnosis almost always starts with self-diagnosis

say you’ve broken a leg. do you go to your doctor all like “something feels wrong with my body but I wouldn’t really know you’re the doctor here find out what’s wrong”, or do you go to your doctor all like “help my leg hurts a fucking lot I think it may be broken”? the latter is much more helpful, likelier to lead to an accurate diagnosis without spending nearly as much time and effort out of both parties, and hell, even if it turns out it’s not a broken leg, it’ll still most likely be more helpful in the diagnosis than the first one was.

the same goes for mental disease. psychologists can’t read your mind any more than the aforementioned doctor can x-ray vision the shit out of your leg. a diagnosis “in the dark” can take years. but if you, the person who knows yourself best, thinks there’s something going on, and you feel like you can trust your psychiatrist enough to mention it, then that saves a lot of time and effort for all parties involved once more. even if your self-diagnosis isn’t correct, it’s a damn helpful clue.

and let’s not forget that psychologists are not immune to mistakes and neither are all of them any good at what they do — and the same goes for any health professional, really. so, whether your ailment is physical or mental, you absolutely have to be on top of things yourself and, sometimes, you may have to trust your own knowledge of the issue over what some unreliable labcoat/armchair tries to tell you.

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ditto-used-transform:

>_>

ditto-used-transform:

>_>

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the MBTI related content that usually winds up on my dash is generally so bad I can’t believe it’s just honestly mistaken people I’m forced to assume that there’s some daredevil out there trying to test the ultimate limits of how wrong about the MBTI a human being can be

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did-you-kno:

Bill Nye the Science Guy designed an improved version of ballet shoes after noticing the bloody feet of on pointe dancers. Source

did-you-kno:

Bill Nye the Science Guy designed an improved version of ballet shoes after noticing the bloody feet of on pointe dancers. Source

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hkirkh:

Girl Scouts are the ONLY exception.

hkirkh:

Girl Scouts are the ONLY exception.

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