"Three simple rules in life. 1. If you do not go after what you want, you’ll never have it. 2. If you do not ask, the answer will always be no. 3. If you do not step forward, you will always be in the same place."
Important plz read xxx
"I encourage you to pay very close attention to a person’s actions before getting your emotions involved, and investing a lot of yourself. If you are a woman keep in mind that a man that is truly interested will reach out to you. You won’t be the only one wanting to make plans and most definitely won’t be the only looking towards a future. Men may be a little reserved when it comes to their emotions, but when they have found what they consider to be a good woman for them you will know it because he will show it. If you are a guy, remember that women are emotional beings. If you just listen to her response to certain things you say, her contribution to the conversation, and watch her body language when in your presence it should be pretty easy to tell if she likes you or has thrown you in the friend zone. Don’t stay in limbo with a person. Life is too short to waste time. Figure out if it is a go or a no and proceed accordingly." - gentlemenhood.com
ON TUMBLR WE ARE REQUIRED TO POST THIS EVERY YEAR.
(i literally waited till midnight to post this)
i’ve missed this everytime for the past 4 years, i think it’s about time i reblog it
It’s October third!
In other news a spider just raped my face
Social Anxiety in Punk: Anyone Who is Making You Feel Ashamed of Your Anxiety Shouldn’t Be In Your Life
September 30, 2014
by Maryam Hassan
This is part of a recurring series of essays on social anxiety in punk. For more, click here.
There I was, locked in a toilet stall in the restrooms of the Forum in London, shaking uncontrollably. I was trying desperately to muffle my crying because I didn’t want anyone to know that I was having an anxiety attack at a show. Anxiety attacks are shitty at the worst of times but to have one during a show, in a dirty restroom full of loud people was unbearable. There was no one at this show that I could call to help calm me down, I’d already been told on more than one occasion that I had to learn to hold myself together because people were starting to think I was weird. This was the lowest point of my social anxiety, which was triggered by falling into a crowd of people who weren’t really good for me and feeling like I’d isolated myself as it all started to go really wrong.
This is a great post I can really identify with the need to get away from people sometimes. The need to just be you. Force yourself to do things that scare you! It’s the best therapy. Like getting on a bus to Edinburgh to ask Daniel rigby out. Shoot for the moon they said you’ll land amongst the stars they said. And I did…