Be kind to yourself. Stop telling yourself that whatever you are struggling with “should” be easy. If something is hard for you, it is hard for you. There are probably Reasons, though those may just be how you are wired. Acknowledge these things. When you finish something hard, be proud! Celebrate a little.

And really, just stop saying “should” to yourself about your thoughts and feelings in any context. You feel how you feel. The things in your head are the things in your head. You can’t change either directly through sheer force of will. You can only change what you do. Stop beating yourself up for who and what you are right now–it isn’t productive. Focus on moving forward.

thealienonbroadway:

cakeisnotpie:

Where the fuck is my little Groot with a usb hub to attach to my computer that dances in time to my music?

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OMG YES

koujakuandthediamonds:

the worst is when you’re reading a really good book that follows multiple characters’ stories and you love it 90% of the time until it periodically switches back to that one character’s story that you just could not care less about and it’s like an entire chapter of internal groaning while waiting for the plot to switch back to a character you actually care about

philamuseum:

Long ago, when President George Washington saw this painting, he tipped his hat to the boys, thinking they were real. ”Staircase Group,” by Charles Willson Peale, is our second Art Splash masterpiece of the summer. Visit the Museum and find out whether it fools you, too!
“Staircase Group,” 1795, by Charles Willson Peale

philamuseum:

Long ago, when President George Washington saw this painting, he tipped his hat to the boys, thinking they were real. ”Staircase Group,” by Charles Willson Peale, is our second Art Splash masterpiece of the summer. Visit the Museum and find out whether it fools you, too!

Staircase Group,” 1795, by Charles Willson Peale

MAKE ME CHOOSE - Bob Leckie or Dick Winters (asked by snafusheltons)
You’re punishing me on the suspicion I may have taken something, the very existence of which you denied, something that, if it did exist, would rightfully belong to me anyway?