That anti-Semitic Ukrainian flyer is fake. It’s either meant to discredit the government it’s referencing or just trolling.
THIS IS NOT A DISCUSSION OF BIG PENISES IF YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT THAT MESSAGE ME ON MY PERSONAL.
-Hook isn’t implying anything
I said colors may be accepting mods I’m not completely sure on that. http://colorsofsocialjustice.tumblr.com if not they do have a list directory of other blogs in our network that could use mods.
Well from my point of view you have an enlarged clit…don’t worry I have one too for now. Coming out to parents is difficult. My first coming out to my parents was just after the word resonated with me and coming out wasn’t my choice. Well because I didn’t have knowledge then to defend my identity it has made my life with them harder… in fact none of my coming outs identity, hrt, legal name/gender change were my choice. So I wouldn’t judge you either way coming out to him or not. If you wanna talk more I’m here. OwO
I’ll open this up to everyone.
So followers, what do you think?
*deep sigh nine*
There’s a degree of time needed to set up for the execution and get the financials of it squared away, but it isn’t a lot compared to the time given for appeals. Maybe a month or so. I still like to get that month cut off, though.
In any case, the long period given for appeals is just treating the symptom of a flawed justice symptom. I’m not saying we should change it, but that we should devote serious effort to fixing the problem.
here is something i learned in highschool listening to teachers blab on
75% of all statistics are one of the following
or (in the event of coralations) usually coincidence
so unless they PROVIDE proof (not wiki because if you cant use it they cant) ignore it because 9/10 it is wrong (accidentally or intentionally)
Yeah plus these 286 studies say otherwise. [x]
Also these 1,000+ studies also say otherwise as well [x]
- Mod Ratigan
Sounds like you have intrusive thoughts. Don’t worry, it’s normal. Here’s what wikipedia has to say: (As someone who’s taken psychology classes, I can confirm that what I’m quoting is also what I’ve seen in my textbooks on the matter.)
Intrusive thoughts are unwelcome involuntary thoughts, images, or unpleasant ideas that may become obsessions, are upsetting or distressing, and can be difficult to manage or eliminate.
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Intrusive thoughts, urges, and images are of inappropriate things at inappropriate times, and they can be divided into three categories: “inappropriate aggressive thoughts, inappropriate sexual thoughts, or blasphemous religious thoughts”.
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Many people experience the type of bad or unwanted thoughts that people with more troubling intrusive thoughts have, but most people can dismiss these thoughts. For most people, intrusive thoughts are a “fleeting annoyance.” London psychologist Stanley Rachman presented a questionnaire to healthy college students and found that virtually all said they had these thoughts from time to time, including thoughts of sexual violence, sexual punishment, “unnatural” sex acts, painful sexual practices, blasphemous or obscene images, thoughts of harming elderly people or someone close to them, violence against animals or towards children, and impulsive or abusive outbursts or utterances. Such bad thoughts are universal among humans, and have “almost certainly always been a part of the human condition”.
And a chunk from an interesting article on the matter:
I’ll begin with a topic near and dear to my heart: intrusive thoughts. I am a new mother. I adore my son. He is beautiful and sweet and playful. And, when he was younger, I couldn’t stand at the top of my stairs without imagining myself dropping him down the stairs and seeing his tiny, helpless body writhing in pain. Scary image? Yes! Normal? Yes!
These are called intrusive thoughts. They happen to everyone and they can take many forms. Perhaps you’ve suddenly had the image of pushing someone off a train platform, kicking a dog, yelling in church, jumping out of a moving car, or stabbing someone you love. While doing or wanting to do any of these things is not normal, having intrusive thoughts like these is normal. Sometimes thoughts like these come to us precisely because we do not want to act in this way; they are simply the most inappropriate thing your mind can imagine.
It turns out that trying not to have such thoughts by pushing them out of your mind, can actually make them stick around. This effect was nicely shown by researchers at Harvard University. In their study, they asked people to NOT think of a white bear. Participants were allowed to think about anything they wanted, except a white bear. The problem with taking on this challenge is that our mind wants to constantly check to see how we’re doing. We check to see if we are succeeding at NOT thinking of that white bear, and then, oh no, there’s the bear.
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I’ve dealt with intrusive thoughts since I was a kid, so believe me I know what it’s like. My psychiatrist believes that, for me, it’s related to a few mild OCD-like symptoms I have. However, even the most mentally healthy people can get them. Like the article said, one of the reasons they’ll come to mind is because of how abhorrent you think they are.
I had no idea that ‘Intrusive thoughts’ was a thing, I’ve had problems with them for years and they make me feel like such an awful person far too much of the time, I am actually glad that it is a actual “condition” and considering I have problems with depression, anxiety and BDD me having these thoughts make so much more sense!
Looks like I have more to talk to my doctor about, I would love to be able to get rid of intrusive thoughts if possible.
As fr as I know, the best way to get rid of them is to retrain your thought process a bit so that when they happen, your reaction is a “shut up brain, I don’t care” rather than a “ohshitohshit, stop thinking of that.” I’m sure your doctor will have some more advice on how to get rid of them when they pop up. They know all sorts of mental tricks.