onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. Recognize the benefits of trusting others, and building some meaningful relationships. If you never let others get close to you, then you’re likely to feel lonely and empty inside.

2. Remember that one person doesn’t have to meet your needs. We can trust…

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crrocs:

people who complain about “getting too many asks”

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people who get straight A’s and every test they say “im so gonna fail”image

People who say their art sucks when its clearly amazing

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Having a student who just can’t pass his fucking driver’s test

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10knotes:

From Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler & Maira Kalman

Featured on a 1000Notes.com blog

kmitt:

"The False Mirror", 1928 by Rene Magritte

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“What makes cinema so attractive, so fascinating is that it’s not just a one plus one process. It’s a chemistry between sounds, words, ideas & image.”
— Wong Kar-Wai (via amyseimetz)

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adventuretime:

If you’re going to read just one wonderful Adventure Time write-up today (and you should), make it this one by Maria Bustillos. In it, she talks with the key creative gang of Pen, Adam, Pat, Kent, Rebecca, Nick, and Jack, making for a fairly definitive overview of the series. Read it here. Thanks, Maria!

The resolution of each eleven-minute episode is anything but tidily triumphant; each one is as likely to end on a question or a joke as on an answer. Yet one comes away satisfied, a little bit the way one might at a David Lynch movie. The narrative is endlessly malleable, and includes all the possibilities granted by the existence of wizards and magical creatures, time travel, and a huge, ever-evolving cast. It’s a canvas and a story big enough for dozens of artists to make their own way. Even the drawing style is inconsistent, handmade-feeling; longtime fans may learn to detect the hand or voice of a favorite storyboard artist or writer. The goal of the show seems to be exploration, not uniformity.

vintageblackglamour:

Iman, photographed by Peter Marlow in London’s Hyde Park in 1979. Photo: Peter Marlow/Magnum Photos.

ruinedchildhood:

But shit, it was 99 cents