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truckerbitch623:

Exactly!! Love our sheriff!!

truckerbitch623:

Exactly!! Love our sheriff!!

dead-lullaby-for-myself:

deathonabedofroses:

fuer-immer-liebe:

scarredwristsandrazorblades:

unworth-it:

judgem3ntal-fucks:

tearyimages:

raydioaktive:

33,363 notes, well done society

57,307 funny….. You guys are all beautiful

68,507 is too big :(

74,403 think completely wrong about their selves 

92, 082 no guys stop :(

125.387 People reblogged this, but i can’t even find one ugly person

296, 615 beautiful faces, bodies, minds and souls that have been tragically currupted by society’s definition of ‘beauty’.

3hundredfucking4THOUSAND! :’c…

dead-lullaby-for-myself:

deathonabedofroses:

fuer-immer-liebe:

scarredwristsandrazorblades:

unworth-it:

judgem3ntal-fucks:

tearyimages:

raydioaktive:

33,363 notes, well done society

57,307 funny….. You guys are all beautiful

68,507 is too big :(

74,403 think completely wrong about their selves 

92, 082 no guys stop :(

125.387 People reblogged this, but i can’t even find one ugly person

296, 615 beautiful faces, bodies, minds and souls that have been tragically currupted by society’s definition of ‘beauty’.

3hundredfucking4THOUSAND! :’c…

coastalmule:

Can’t stress this enough and rapist murders hell there is plenty of test critters in there

coastalmule:

Can’t stress this enough and rapist murders hell there is plenty of test critters in there

mentalillnessmouse:

Cup 1Whether you realise it or not, everybody has this thing called “good stress” in their life, which consists of such things as getting out of bed, day to day tasks, going to work, cooking dinner, etc etc. No problems with that one.Cup 2The obvious, when something goes wrong, or is really hindering you, is generally classified as “bad stress”, which consists such things as paying bills, money, relationships, getting fired from your job, etc etc etc. Everybody gets bad stress at some stage within their day; it just depends on the amount, and the person themself.Now, as you can see, Cup 2 represents a normal person, and with both good and bad stress. They still have lots of room in their cup without overflowing (exploding, rage, anger, etc etc). A normal person can take a lot of stress within their daily life, before being pushed over the edge.Cup 3 (PTSD Sufferers)Now whilst we still have both good and bad stress, there is now this thing called “PTSD” in our cup. The problem with that is that we still have the same amount of good and bad stress as everyone else, though we also have this big chunk of PTSD which contains our traumas and more.As you can see from this cup, with good stress and PTSD, you really don’t have much room for anything else. You can see by the “bad stress” representation at the top of the cup, it is quite small compared to Cup 2 – thus this is why something so small and insignificant can make someone with PTSD fly off the handle so quickly (anger). A little “bad stress” for a person with PTSD, and they overflow quite quickly compared to anyone else.

mentalillnessmouse:

Cup 1

Whether you realise it or not, everybody has this thing called “good stress” in their life, which consists of such things as getting out of bed, day to day tasks, going to work, cooking dinner, etc etc. No problems with that one.

Cup 2

The obvious, when something goes wrong, or is really hindering you, is generally classified as “bad stress”, which consists such things as paying bills, money, relationships, getting fired from your job, etc etc etc. Everybody gets bad stress at some stage within their day; it just depends on the amount, and the person themself.

Now, as you can see, Cup 2 represents a normal person, and with both good and bad stress. They still have lots of room in their cup without overflowing (exploding, rage, anger, etc etc). A normal person can take a lot of stress within their daily life, before being pushed over the edge.

Cup 3 (PTSD Sufferers)

Now whilst we still have both good and bad stress, there is now this thing called “PTSD” in our cup. The problem with that is that we still have the same amount of good and bad stress as everyone else, though we also have this big chunk of PTSD which contains our traumas and more.

As you can see from this cup, with good stress and PTSD, you really don’t have much room for anything else. You can see by the “bad stress” representation at the top of the cup, it is quite small compared to Cup 2 – thus this is why something so small and insignificant can make someone with PTSD fly off the handle so quickly (anger). A little “bad stress” for a person with PTSD, and they overflow quite quickly compared to anyone else.

The pain doesn’t go away. You just make room for it.

mayorrudywright:

Guess who’s on Twitter?

mayorrudywright:

Guess who’s on Twitter?

enderbabby:

divinator:

civil-anarchy:

danipanteez:

mr-leach:

Some things I’ve learned in the CBT clinics I’ve been going to regarding anxiety that I thought might be helpful to some.

for real though. i have tried so hard to explain these things to people. jfc. 

Listen up, Snowflakes.

fun little thing to tack on: triggers ARE NOT things that make you uncomfortable or uneasy, they are material that lead to visceral reactions/flash backs/panic attacks due to previous traumas

they aren’t even phobias

they are related to ptsd, not general discomfort or fear

sometimes i think that people need this polite reminder

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don’t we all?

fun tip:

anxiety is not cured by forcing a person into the situation that makes them anxious