Erica, 21, United States, Hufflepuff. Creative Writing major.

Just like every other blog that's a mishmash of fandoms, except I write and draw stuff too. Current ones include Tolkienverse, Marvel, Welcome to Night Vale, Supernatural and Roosterteeth. I also deface the works of Shakespeare by translating them into Homestuck.

Royalheather on AO3, deviantArt and Flight Rising (id#38181).


wiseyoungravenclaw:

Remus Arthur Potter, you were named after two men who looked out for my safety and cared about my well-being out of altruism and decency rather than because I was a tool for them to use or because I was someone’s son.


Long live the king.


thewinchestercave:

I got nine lives
Cat’s eyes
Usin’ every one of them and runnin’ wild


rainbowbarnacle:

jumpingjacktrash:

vastderp:

jumpingjacktrash:

sikssaapo-p:

15 styles of distorted thinking

STOP SCROLLING.

if you are not on guard for these they will own you.

yes, i mean you. i mean me. i mean everyone.

my main fallacies are catastrophizing, personalizing, and should-ing. in my more passive-aggressive years, the heaven’s reward fallacy was big too.

my worst one is an odd permutation of the fallacy of internal control: It Is My Job To Be Okay, and i am the Responsible One, the Strong One, i’m the guy who has to go to the wall for anyone in need. it’s ok for others to be weak, to make mistakes, to be unable to cope. but not for me.

for instance, i can only ask for help if i know specifically what help i need, ask someone who is capable of providing it, ask at a time when they’re capable of providing it, and make full use of it.

so i’m not blaming myself for things outside my control, really, or trying to take responsibility for others’ lives, i don’t think. but i expect myself to be in complete and total control of my own life at all times. and no one can do that. it’s not possible.

Yyyyeah, this stuff is what my cognitive therapy exercises are for. I am guilty of filtering, overgeneralization, catastrophizing, personalizing, and emotional reasoning. It’s nice that these thoughts have names—it keeps it all from becoming one big tangle of anxiety and self-loathing and depressive spirals. And sometimes being able to single out a fussy train of thought as something that’s a tendency for my brain to think helps cement the idea that it’s just a thought, it’s not true, it’s just thinking.

It’s an enormous struggle, keeping all that in mind, but it does a lot of good.


captainarlert:

I wanna write something so good people stay up till three in the morning writing theories and head canons about it.


QUENTA SILMARILLION – CHAPTER 22: OF THE RUIN OF DORIATH

GUESS WHO’S BACK.

THAT’S RIGHT. YOU THOUGHT I WAS DONE WITH THESE, BUT NEITHER A NEW APARTMENT NOR SCHOOL NOR THE EXCITEMENT OF A FULL SOCIAL LIFE CAN TURN ME AWAY FROM MY DUTY TO EDUCATE YOU, O DENIZENS OF TUMBLR, ABOUT TOLKIEN’S THE SILMARILLION AND THE STORIES WITHIN.

NOW I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN IN THIS CHAPTER SO LET’S GO RIGHT AHEAD.

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jensens14thfreckle:

Misha explains where he finds inspiration during rough times. [x]


Production DesignThe Fall (2006)

by Ged Clarke


shieldsexual:

favorite personality traits of steve rogers:

  • don’t tell me what to do
  • fuck your rules
  • no seriously, your rules are pointless and i’m ignoring them
  • fuck your bullshit
  • double dog dare me
  • lets fucking jump off this building!!!!!
  • i’m annoyed at everything you choose to be but recognize you need help and love 
  • ~*sarcastic compliment*~
  • ~*barely concealed dry insult*~
  • the best tactical mind in the universe, lets plan this shit
  • i love my country that’s why i’m forever critical of it and mindful of the past and concerned for the future
  • loyalty and love above reason

steve rogers personality traits in fandom:

  • what does a microwave do idgi
  • gay people lol amirite
  • sure i’ll do whatever you say
  • math??????????????? science??????????
  • no, i would not like to participate in shenanigans
  • america fuck yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!


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