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Christmas, Saw, and Target: ROBIN (USA) ROBIN (U a kind of thrush very bouncy * migratory, associated with return of spring can Jump very much on ANY worm "V. V. small, round and angry * will fight anyone * associated with Christmas * sits in hedges & shouts at people BUZZARD (USA) * a friendly vulture that comes and gets you when you are dead BUZZARD (UK) * the normal generic hawk bird * pretty common, not distinctive * sits in trees sulking mostly circles overhead and waits for you to be a redtail hawk with no r dead * just a normal vulture, pretty much ed tail MAGPIE (UK) * a Fun and Jaunty Fellow * a kind of crow (but sparkly & iridescent) * associated with theft, collecting shiny things, tacky taste MAGPIE (AUSTRALIA) * a MURDERBID * a kind of shrike (aka butcherbird) * associated with MURDER and VIOLENCE elodieunderglass: sighinastorm: burningmanonacid: elodieunderglass: I felt like I needed to clarify some things before we could continue any more conversations on this godforsaken website. I’m very proud of the European Robin, I think I really captured it. ALSO A DADDY LONG LEGS is different in the UK vs USA. I learned that by arguing with some Brits because they said there was a daddy long legs on the wall, i looked and only saw an insect, argued with them all for 45 minutes until we all looked it up and saw that we were both correct. British badger:  jovial fellow, eats toast and jam.  Might invite you in for a cuppa with the Mrs.  Agricultural nuisance. American badger: pallas cat of a wolverine.  Very defensive.  Fuck immediately off.  Bonus African badger:  Silverback gorilla of mustelids.  Should be a cryptid.  Bro, don’t even.  You are nothing to him. an extremely good post addition
Christmas, Saw, and Target: ROBIN (USA)
 ROBIN (U
 a kind of thrush
 very bouncy
 * migratory, associated with return of
 spring
 can Jump very much on ANY worm
 "V. V. small, round and angry
 * will fight anyone
 * associated with Christmas
 * sits in hedges & shouts at
 people
 BUZZARD (USA)
 * a friendly vulture that comes and gets
 you when you are dead
 BUZZARD (UK)
 * the normal generic hawk bird
 * pretty common, not distinctive
 * sits in trees sulking mostly
 circles overhead and waits for you to be a redtail hawk with no r
 dead
 * just a normal vulture, pretty much
 ed tail
 MAGPIE (UK)
 * a Fun and Jaunty Fellow
 * a kind of crow (but sparkly & iridescent)
 * associated with theft, collecting shiny
 things, tacky taste
 MAGPIE (AUSTRALIA)
 * a MURDERBID
 * a kind of shrike (aka butcherbird)
 * associated with MURDER and
 VIOLENCE
elodieunderglass:

sighinastorm:

burningmanonacid:

elodieunderglass:

I felt like I needed to clarify some things before we could continue any more conversations on this godforsaken website.
I’m very proud of the European Robin, I think I really captured it.


ALSO A DADDY LONG LEGS is different in the UK vs USA. I learned that by arguing with some Brits because they said there was a daddy long legs on the wall, i looked and only saw an insect, argued with them all for 45 minutes until we all looked it up and saw that we were both correct. 

British badger:  jovial fellow, eats toast and jam.  Might invite you in for a cuppa with the Mrs.  Agricultural nuisance.
American badger: pallas cat of a wolverine.  Very defensive.  Fuck immediately off.  
Bonus African badger:  Silverback gorilla of mustelids.  Should be a cryptid.  Bro, don’t even.  You are nothing to him.

an extremely good post addition

elodieunderglass: sighinastorm: burningmanonacid: elodieunderglass: I felt like I needed to clarify some things before we could continue...

Beer, Life, and Parents: HOW TO Hppy Successful Cooperative CHILD O Disciplining Child's Happiness WHILE DISCIPLINING LESS in 5 simple steps START WHERE THEY STUMP YOU There's a (hidden message in your child's behavior 2 IDENTIFY YOUR CHILD'S TRUE NATURE TYPE 3 TYPE 4 The THE Fun-lovingSensitice Determined MORE SERIOUS Child Child CHILD O THE WORL social TO THE WORLD O THE WORLD bouncy and subtle and active and and exact PRIMARY NEED PRIMARY NEED MARY NEED have fun, happy parents feelings heard, new expenences respect, given and received ESCROED A efficient, analytical, DSCRBED AS gentle, tender mindful DESCRBED AS friendly, bright, light-hearted UDGED AS flighty, hyperactive, busy, persistent UDGED AS UDGED AS JUDGED AS shy, wimpy pushy, demanding loud INTERPRET THE TANTRUM (or fight or rebellion Your child is telling you something, even if they don't know how to say it. Ask vourself... TYPE TYPE 2 TYPE 3 TYPE 4 Does my child Does my child feel unheard need to feel or physical outlets?more respected? Has my child had too much Have my child's plans beer Has my child been told "No Does my child need some time to too often lately?reflect and focus? Is something in my child's life too serious? Is something in my child's life too intense? my child's life my child's life Time to make some changes... 4 BE INTUITIVE, NOT REACTIVE TYPE TYPE 2 TYPE 3 TYPE 4 Surprise your child. Reassure your child. Facilitate friendship.Give time to relax. Have fun with them. Encourage your child.Respect their authority Let them move fast. Connect with them Allow adventre. Focus when listening 5 ENJOY THE JOY! you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid
Beer, Life, and Parents: HOW TO Hppy
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 and received
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 friendly, bright,
 light-hearted
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 busy, persistent
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 pushy, demanding
 loud
 INTERPRET THE TANTRUM
 (or fight or rebellion
 Your child is telling you something, even if they don't know how to say it.
 Ask vourself...
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 Does my child
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 need to feel
 or
 physical outlets?more respected?
 Has my child
 had too much
 Have my child's
 plans beer
 Has my child
 been told "No
 Does my child
 need some time to
 too often lately?reflect and focus?
 Is something in
 my child's life
 too serious?
 Is something in
 my child's life
 too intense?
 my child's life
 my child's life
 Time to make some changes...
 4
 BE INTUITIVE, NOT REACTIVE
 TYPE
 TYPE 2
 TYPE 3
 TYPE 4
 Surprise your child. Reassure your child.
 Facilitate friendship.Give time to relax.
 Have fun with them.
 Encourage your child.Respect their authority
 Let them move fast.
 Connect with them
 Allow adventre. Focus when listening
 5
 ENJOY THE JOY!
 you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com
srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid

srsfunny:How To Raise A Happy Kid

Advice, Bored, and Energy: So bored, nothing to do... EMT Anresia ASSASSIN Sigh HELL SITE theyorhe: lettersfromthegreenroom: vicarious–vagabond: laryna6: Anhedonia - not finding pleasure in things you normally take pleasure in - is a symptom of depression. When depressed, you will also be reluctant to start things, and won’t find things appealing. This sets up a nasty vicious cycle where ‘life feels bleak’ - ‘nothing sounds fun’ - do nothing - don’t have fun - ‘Hey I’m not having fun, life really is pretty bleak right now’ - More depressed. The way to break that cycle is to do things that you enjoy. Doing things solely for the sake of having fun is an important part of handling depression. Not only does it keep you from getting more depressed, but it can make you go ‘Hey I’m having a really nice day’ and give you bouncy energy to do productive things with.  I get so focused on all the things that need doing that I forget that when depressed, doing things solely because they’re fun is the practical thing to do if I want to get thing done. There is a difference between procrastination and having trouble activating. If there’s a thing you need to do and you know you aren’t going to be able to do it now, do something fun, and afterwards you will have better odds of actually doing the thing. If you find yourself in the situation in the picture, pick something that you are intellectually aware you would find fun if you were feeling better and start doing it.’ This means that you are focusing on something other than *sigh* and playing a game can make you feel productive, put ‘life is good!’ and ‘I can succeed at things!’ chemicals into a brain that is sorely in need of them.  A couple weeks ago when I couldn’t even find any interest in reading fanfic, I eventually managed to start playing a random RPG and felt much better a few hours later. i certainly wasn’t expecting anything close to actual, halfway decent advice that might help some folks out when i threw this little Funne Picture out into the wild, but that’s nice. thank you. i’m not sure if i’ll ever break this little cycle for more than a few hours, but .. yeah man. it’s just a little nice to see folks trying to help other folks out on posts of mine instead of the usual terrible nonsense Exactly what I needed right now. Easy to parse version: Anhedonia is a symptom of depression, it’s not finding enjoyment in things that once made you happy. If you find yourself in this situation, pick something that you KNOW you would find fun or enjoyable.  When you’re depressed, the best thing to do is do things BECAUSE they’re fun, it’ll help motivate you more.
Advice, Bored, and Energy: So bored, nothing to do...
 EMT
 Anresia
 ASSASSIN
 Sigh
 HELL
 SITE
theyorhe:
lettersfromthegreenroom:

vicarious–vagabond:

laryna6:

Anhedonia - not finding pleasure in things you normally take pleasure in - is a symptom of depression.
When depressed, you will also be reluctant to start things, and won’t find things appealing.
This sets up a nasty vicious cycle where ‘life feels bleak’ - ‘nothing sounds fun’ - do nothing - don’t have fun - ‘Hey I’m not having fun, life really is pretty bleak right now’ - More depressed.
The way to break that cycle is to do things that you enjoy. Doing things solely for the sake of having fun is an important part of handling depression. Not only does it keep you from getting more depressed, but it can make you go ‘Hey I’m having a really nice day’ and give you bouncy energy to do productive things with. 
I get so focused on all the things that need doing that I forget that when depressed, doing things solely because they’re fun is the practical thing to do if I want to get thing done.
There is a difference between procrastination and having trouble activating. If there’s a thing you need to do and you know you aren’t going to be able to do it now, do something fun, and afterwards you will have better odds of actually doing the thing.
If you find yourself in the situation in the picture, pick something that you are intellectually aware you would find fun if you were feeling better and start doing it.’ This means that you are focusing on something other than *sigh* and playing a game can make you feel productive, put ‘life is good!’ and ‘I can succeed at things!’ chemicals into a brain that is sorely in need of them. 
A couple weeks ago when I couldn’t even find any interest in reading fanfic, I eventually managed to start playing a random RPG and felt much better a few hours later.

i certainly wasn’t expecting anything close to actual, halfway decent advice that might help some folks out when i threw this little Funne Picture out into the wild, but that’s nice. thank you. i’m not sure if i’ll ever break this little cycle for more than a few hours, but .. yeah man. it’s just a little nice to see folks trying to help other folks out on posts of mine instead of the usual terrible nonsense

Exactly what I needed right now.

Easy to parse version:
Anhedonia is a symptom of depression, it’s not finding enjoyment in things that once made you happy.
If you find yourself in this situation, pick something that you KNOW you would find fun or enjoyable. 
When you’re depressed, the best thing to do is do things BECAUSE they’re fun, it’ll help motivate you more.

theyorhe: lettersfromthegreenroom: vicarious–vagabond: laryna6: Anhedonia - not finding pleasure in things you normally take pleasure in ...

Target, Tumblr, and Blog: StarshiP-ane 0 starship-one: Reminder that Magic Eight Balls are actually ridiculously strong and bouncy
Target, Tumblr, and Blog: StarshiP-ane
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starship-one:

Reminder that Magic Eight Balls are actually ridiculously strong and bouncy

starship-one: Reminder that Magic Eight Balls are actually ridiculously strong and bouncy

Breastfeeding, Cool, and Free: Leag lllusa.org NURSING STRIKES What are they and what you can do Nurse the baby in his sleep. This is probably the most commonly helpful suggestion. "Sometimes a baby who has been nursing happily for months suddenly stops nursing altogether, refusing the breast when it's offered. This is different than weaning because it happens so abruptly. Often the baby is clearly unhappy but still unwilling to breastfeed. This is a nursing strike.' Some causes include: Sing, rock, or dance with your baby with your shirt open or off so she may be relaxed enough to latch. Laying with both baby and parent naked in bed may also help. earache or stuffy nose loud noise that startled them while nursing change in milk taste change in lotion, perfume, orDon't offer for a day or so (while detergent Offer a whole new position or place-sitting facing you, in a baby carrier, laying down with baby on top, in the bath, on a bouncy ball, outside. . pumping to maintain supply) to let tensions cool. Then for a day, have breasts out and available e negotiated nursings introduction of bottles or pacifiers Contact a Leader for free, individualized help. Info from The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, 8th Edition Have you dealt with a nursing strike? What caused it? How did you get back to the breast? #nursingstrike #nippleconfusion #breastfeeding #sickbaby #lllusa
Breastfeeding, Cool, and Free: Leag
 lllusa.org
 NURSING STRIKES
 What are they and what you can do
 Nurse the baby in his sleep. This
 is probably the most commonly
 helpful suggestion.
 "Sometimes a baby who has
 been nursing happily for
 months suddenly stops
 nursing altogether, refusing
 the breast when it's offered.
 This is different than weaning
 because it happens so
 abruptly. Often the baby is
 clearly unhappy but still
 unwilling to breastfeed. This
 is a nursing strike.'
 Some causes include:
 Sing, rock, or dance with your
 baby with your shirt open or off
 so she may be relaxed enough to
 latch. Laying with both baby
 and parent naked in bed may
 also help.
 earache or stuffy nose
 loud noise that startled them
 while nursing
 change in milk taste
 change in lotion, perfume, orDon't offer for a day or so (while
 detergent
 Offer a whole new position or
 place-sitting facing you, in a
 baby carrier, laying down with
 baby on top, in the bath, on a
 bouncy ball, outside.
 .
 pumping to maintain supply) to
 let tensions cool. Then for a
 day, have breasts out and
 available
 e negotiated nursings
 introduction of bottles or
 pacifiers
 Contact a Leader for free, individualized help.
 Info from The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, 8th Edition
Have you dealt with a nursing strike? What caused it? How did you get back to the breast?  #nursingstrike #nippleconfusion #breastfeeding #sickbaby #lllusa

Have you dealt with a nursing strike? What caused it? How did you get back to the breast? #nursingstrike #nippleconfusion #breastfeeding #s...