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Lazy, Life, and School: People always told me "everything should come easy to you!" "you are such a gifted child" So I worked extra hard to not disappoint anyone. I didn't want people to think they were wrong about me. I wanted to live up to their experctations. You could do so well if you tried a little harder It felt like I worked much harder than the other kids ADHD-ALIEN.com Suddenly, I felt so conceited for thinking I was working hard. I had forgotten to write my name on the paper. My words were missing random letters ADHD-ALIEN.com So I tried again But no matter what I did those careless mistakes kept sneaking in and again I always had issues understanding instructions Everyone else seemed to understand them I have a hard time under- standing half knowledge. IM NOT GOING TO SCHOOL!! Hey, it's time to Just from trying to not have to repeat a year. Looking back, I think I had my first burnout at 16. ADHD-ALIEN. com It was easier at University. I could choose subjects I LOVED But even then, I would just randomly forget things I knew I can't even rely myself. on So no one took me serious ADHD-ALIEN.com stop being lazy S It was as if being good at one that I was just lazy with the others. thing was proof why dont you take ithis seriously 'Everyone else can do this So I tried harder. And worked hard enough to render my Hand useless for 8 Months I had spent so many years trying to figure out what people want me to do That I completely forgot how to know what I want ADHD-ALIEN.com Since I couldn't figure myself out, I just worked more. Taking a break and not meeting those expectations... After all, my entire life was based on expectations fulfilling ....felt worse than death Dear Alien It's not that you can achieve things despite having ADHĎ It's that you can achieve things despite no one believing that you try. faulty We are not stupid, lazy or We are just not seen. ADHD-ALIEN.com adhd-alien: This is what happens to kids with ADHD who, instead of getting help and treatment, get told to try harder.
Lazy, Life, and School: People always told me
 "everything should
 come easy to you!"
 "you
 are such a gifted child"
 So I worked extra hard to
 not disappoint anyone.
 I didn't want people to
 think they were wrong
 about me.
 I wanted to live up to
 their experctations.
 You could do so
 well if you tried
 a little harder
 It felt like I worked
 much harder than
 the other kids
 ADHD-ALIEN.com
 Suddenly, I felt so
 conceited for thinking I
 was working hard.
 I had forgotten to write my
 name on the paper.
 My words were missing
 random letters
 ADHD-ALIEN.com

 So I tried again
 But no matter what I did
 those careless mistakes
 kept sneaking in
 and again
 I always had issues
 understanding instructions
 Everyone else seemed
 to understand them
 I have a hard time under-
 standing half knowledge.
 IM NOT GOING
 TO SCHOOL!!
 Hey, it's time to
 Just from trying to not
 have to repeat a year.
 Looking back, I think I had my first burnout at 16.
 ADHD-ALIEN. com
 It was easier at University.
 I could choose subjects I LOVED
 But even then, I would just
 randomly forget things I knew
 I can't even
 rely
 myself.
 on
 So no one took me serious
 ADHD-ALIEN.com

 stop being
 lazy
 S
 It was as if being good
 at one
 that I was just lazy
 with the others.
 thing
 was proof
 why dont you take
 ithis seriously
 'Everyone else
 can do this
 So I tried harder.
 And worked hard enough to render
 my Hand useless for 8 Months
 I had spent so many years
 trying to figure out what
 people want me to do
 That I completely forgot
 how to know what I want
 ADHD-ALIEN.com
 Since I couldn't figure myself
 out, I just worked more.
 Taking a break and
 not meeting those
 expectations...
 After all, my entire life
 was based on
 expectations
 fulfilling
 ....felt worse than death
 Dear Alien
 It's not that you can
 achieve things despite
 having ADHĎ
 It's that you can achieve
 things despite no one
 believing that you try.
 faulty
 We are not stupid, lazy
 or
 We are just not seen.
 ADHD-ALIEN.com
adhd-alien:



This is what happens to kids with ADHD who, instead of getting help and treatment, get told to try harder.

adhd-alien: This is what happens to kids with ADHD who, instead of getting help and treatment, get told to try harder.

Birthday, Clothes, and Fall: nowitstimeforworldwar1: sofmimis-n-kiks: bisexual-luna-lovegood: taizu313: hating-alison-ashley: thefandomgirl17: thetimelordofthebooks: audreym811: his-little-baby-girl: crispylampbatempath: all-by-myself98: alyssastars666: chloethecat2022: its-turning-all-the-frogs-gay: livelylunalovegood: hammyham02: demonic-wolf-child: astrorudeboi: bisexual-hufflepuff16: mishkablackpaw: tweetthang96: tchitchou26: thewife101: shadowunicornofthenight: saltycaffeine: Ultra Soft One of a Kind Asymmetric Hoodie Eve™ made with Premium Cotton Blend. Perfect for a chilly Evening. A Great Gift for your Friends and Family ***USE COUPON CODE: HOODIE FOR A DISCOUNT*** – GET IT HERE – I HAVE ONE OF THESE AND LEMME SAY THEY’RE SO FUCKING SOFT AND AMAZING AND PERFECT TO BUNDLE UP IN AND THE POCKET IS SO LARGE REALLY GET ONE I seriously just bought a grey one. So bloody excited. Yay for comfy fall clothes!!!! I have been eyeing those for SO LONG. @thewife101 you must tell me about it when you receive yours ! The grey looks great but I do love the burgundy one. My mom has two and I am very jealous. Want but sadly I’m a guy :/ I hate society Who cares if you’re a guy. If want it, and can afford it, get it! My girl and I love it lmaoo I WANT ONE!!! I NEED IT @livelylunalovegood *squeals HOLY SHIT WELL THERES GO MY MONEY Robloging again in hopes that I will get one someday I got one, then I lost it… It was amazing tho Probably gonna buy a new one Time to add something to my birthday wish list. Thank God my bday close! The one time you want something online and it turns out…awesome! @a-daddy-and-a-lover this looks super comfy. I might need one :3 I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE Shut up and take my money Reblogging because as soon as I get my paycheck in, I’m buying one of these And free world-wide shipping, no minimum purchase. WANT!!!! i can finally become the sorcerer of my dreams I’m just reblogging so that I remember to buy when I get the money because I love hoodies, I don’t care that it’s summer for me rn! Oh my god I know what I want for my bday now
Birthday, Clothes, and Fall: nowitstimeforworldwar1:

sofmimis-n-kiks:

bisexual-luna-lovegood:


taizu313:

hating-alison-ashley:


thefandomgirl17:

thetimelordofthebooks:

audreym811:


his-little-baby-girl:


crispylampbatempath:


all-by-myself98:


alyssastars666:


chloethecat2022:

its-turning-all-the-frogs-gay:

livelylunalovegood:

hammyham02:


demonic-wolf-child:


astrorudeboi:

bisexual-hufflepuff16:

mishkablackpaw:


tweetthang96:

tchitchou26:

thewife101:

shadowunicornofthenight:

saltycaffeine:

Ultra Soft One of a Kind Asymmetric Hoodie Eve™ made with Premium Cotton Blend. Perfect for a chilly Evening. A Great Gift for your Friends and Family
***USE COUPON CODE: HOODIE FOR A DISCOUNT***
– GET IT HERE –


I HAVE ONE OF THESE AND LEMME SAY THEY’RE SO FUCKING SOFT AND AMAZING AND PERFECT TO BUNDLE UP IN AND THE POCKET IS SO LARGE REALLY GET ONE


I seriously just bought a grey one. So bloody excited. Yay for comfy fall clothes!!!! 

I have been eyeing those for SO LONG. @thewife101 you must tell me about it when you receive yours ! The grey looks great but I do love the burgundy one.


My mom has two and I am very jealous.


Want but sadly I’m a guy :/ I hate society


Who cares if you’re a guy. If want it, and can afford it, get it!


My girl and I love it lmaoo


I WANT ONE!!!


I NEED IT @livelylunalovegood 


*squeals

HOLY SHIT WELL THERES GO MY MONEY


Robloging again in hopes that I will get one someday


I got one, then I lost it… It was amazing tho
Probably gonna buy a new one


Time to add something to my birthday wish list. Thank God my bday close!


The one time you want something online and it turns out…awesome!


@a-daddy-and-a-lover this looks super comfy. I might need one :3


I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE


Shut up and take my money

Reblogging because as soon as I get my paycheck in, I’m buying one of these

And free world-wide shipping, no minimum purchase.


WANT!!!!


i can finally become the sorcerer of my dreams


I’m just reblogging so that I remember to buy when I get the money because I love hoodies, I don’t care that it’s summer for me rn!

Oh my god I know what I want for my bday now

nowitstimeforworldwar1: sofmimis-n-kiks: bisexual-luna-lovegood: taizu313: hating-alison-ashley: thefandomgirl17: thetimelordofthebo...

Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 100% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy whos mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes omg-humor:Coming soon!!
Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 100%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 whos mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
omg-humor:Coming soon!!

omg-humor:Coming soon!!

Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 100% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy whos mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes Coming soon!!
Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 100%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 whos mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
Coming soon!!

Coming soon!!

Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 1 00% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy who's mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes id love a plot like that
Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 1 00%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 who's mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
id love a plot like that

id love a plot like that

Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 1 00% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy who's mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes id love a plot like that
Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 1 00%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 who's mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
id love a plot like that

id love a plot like that