When I get anxious, I go on tumblr, because there’s a predictable unpreditability that I found comfort in, and all day, going on tumblr has been making me anxious.
I just figured out that it’s because of all the posts about the Yahoo! take over. We have no idea if there’ll be knew ads, or where the ads will be, if the layout will change, if things will be added, if more people who aren’t tumblr people will learn about tumblr, we have no idea what’s going to happen.
Not knowing what’s going to happen to a site that has until know been a stable source of comfort is scaring the hell out of me. I can’t stand not knowing what’s going to happen next.
This applies to everyday life as well, I get anxious all the time because I can’t predict what will happen next, but little constants like texting someone at an exact time, or even knowing the order of a playlist helps me a lot.
My name is Rosie. I’m 22. I grew up in Texas, about an hour south of Austin. I’m the oldest of 4 children; the child of teachers; on my way to be a teacher as well.
I’m a fan of Sci-Fi and Fantasy, of anime and manga, of magical girls and pirates. I’m a…
Is there a nice way to tell the friends that you haven’t seen in forever that you’d rather not go to their games night and stay up ridiculously late and play games and reconnect with everyone because you don’t want to also be sneezing and gasping the whole time because of cats and want to spend the last night before your parents go out of the country for a week with your parents because they mean so much and it seems like no where near as stressful an evening? And also how do you explain to your long term partner that you’d rather hang out with your dad because you won’t see him for a week than them whom you haven’t seen for a week?
If anyone could tell me what has me so worried that I have small panic attacks and have developed a new stim, that’d be great, because I have no idea where this is coming from.
Great Mouse Detective Basil and Dawson for the LetsDrawSherlock project :)
I thought it needed a background so I tried to put in something but now I’m not sure which looks
worse better so I’ll put up both for people to decide ^_^”
“Oh wow I’m really getting the hang of this!”
2 seconds later, gets pushed into death trap of water, lava, and skeletons, loses everything to lava
He says he’s changed, should I trust him? Does everyone really deserve a second chance?
DYSPHORIA CITY exists primarily to educate non-dysphoria sufferers about the experience.
Played this and sent it to a cis friend. Triggered indeed. Hard to come to terms with all of the minute, everyday ways dysphoria impacts my life, especially since I’ve so long thought of it as a separate issue. I have a lot to unpack, but knowing that makes managing it and moving forward a little easier.
This is really really good.