Excuses are boring.
Today, as a result of all your incessant nagging, I decided to make my bed. I haven’t made my bed in almost 10 years. Even when I change my sheets, I put on the fitted one and then toss everything else on top. It’s not a habit my parents taught me, they never made their bed either.
Anyway, done with the excuses. So today I made my bed. And this one tried to help…
While making my bed, I found a few rawhides hiding in the folds of the comforter. No wonder I haven’t been sleeping well if I have been rolling over on these things. This has encouraged me to make my bed every day. Maybe it will deter her from using it as her yard (she is unfortunately cooped up in a terrible apartment while I househunt.)
Also please ignore the lack of shams. I usually have them but they are in the wash.
i really hate this ‘ur other half is out there somewhere u just gotta meet them’ like fuck off im not incomplete im a whole person and i dont need anyone to ‘complete me’ the only thing i need is a pizza and not ur shit bye
Actually this is based off a Greek myth that we were all born as part of someone else (and the Greeks were all loving so the encompassed Hetero and homosexual relationships). Due to a curse or something stupid humas did (I don’t remember the deets) they were separated in body, but carrying part of the same heart. So technically you’re other half IS out there.
(via touissaint)5 months ago
anxiety is not cured by forcing a person into the situation that makes them anxious
fun tip: exposure therapy has actually been proven to be effective in helping people overcome their anxiety disorders
Yes, therapy. By a therapist. In a therapeutic setting. With consent etc. This does not equal hilariously and unexpectedly hurling a spider at your arachnophobic friend.
There are steps, many steps. You take, before actually exposing the person to the fear.6 months ago