2 weeks ago | 244,784 notes | via whimsicalonawhimsy | from houseofnoone-deactivated2011101

Words to keep inside your pocket:

  • Quiescent - a quiet, soft-spoken soul.
  • Chimerical - merely imaginary; fanciful. 
  • Susurrus - a whispering or rustling sound. 
  • Raconteur - one who excels in story-telling. 
  • Clinquant - glittering; tinsel-like. 
  • Aubade - a song greeting the dawn. 
  • Ephemeral - lasting a very short time. 
  • Sempiternal - everlasting; eternal. 
  • Euphonious - pleasing; sweet in sound. 
  • Billet-doux - a love letter. 
  • Redamancy - act of loving in return.


2 weeks ago | 121 notes | via juststitched | from juststitched
juststitched:

"If you mess up my stitch count while I’m crocheting, I will punch you right in the throat."

juststitched:

"If you mess up my stitch count while I’m crocheting, I will punch you right in the throat."



2 weeks ago | 287,843 notes | via waddlebuff | from from89

readingaroundthemovies:

g-houst:

im-just-a-lie:

busket:

Ghost Girl (by Kevin Francis Gray)

Via

man but this photoset ignores some of my favorite things about this piece

like this

and this

it gives it more of a story i think

Every time I see this I must reblog!!

Not something I would usually reblog, but it’s so beautiful.

The arm

(Source: from89)



2 weeks ago | 194,129 notes | via whimsicalonawhimsy | from moirakatson
The Color Thesaurus

papa-erwin:

moirakatson:

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All from Ingrid’s Notes on Wordpress, direct link here.

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2 weeks ago | 7,800 notes | via gothiccharmschool | from mortisia

mortisia:

Because we all need them.. even in our tumblr pages. 
Dreamy decorations/furniture [b&w stripes][dreamy decorations1]



3 weeks ago | 612 notes | via victoriousvocabulary | from victoriousvocabulary
victoriousvocabulary:

DEUIL
[noun]
1. bereavement; a period of mourning after a loss, especially after the death of a loved one.
2. mourning; to feel or express sorrow or grief.
3. mourning (clothes).
4. funeral procession.

Etymology: from alteration of Old French duel, which probably came from Latin dolus or from Vulgar Latin *dolium, from Latin cordolium, “sorrow of the heart”, from dolor.
[Davide De Agostini]

victoriousvocabulary:

DEUIL

[noun]

1. bereavement; a period of mourning after a loss, especially after the death of a loved one.

2. mourning; to feel or express sorrow or grief.

3. mourning (clothes).

4. funeral procession.

Etymology: from alteration of Old French duel, which probably came from Latin dolus or from Vulgar Latin *dolium, from Latin cordolium, “sorrow of the heart”, from dolor.

[Davide De Agostini]



6 months ago | 1,455 notes | via fuckyeahbipolarowl | from bipolarowl
bipolarowl:

from gimmical

bipolarowl:

from gimmical



6 months ago | 959 notes | via fuckyeahbipolarowl | from bipolarowl
bipolarowl:

from diaduitcluaiste

bipolarowl:

from diaduitcluaiste



6 months ago | 1,749 notes | via g1mlp | from heckyeahponyscans
heckyeahponyscans:

Happy Valentines Day!

heckyeahponyscans:

Happy Valentines Day!



7 months ago | 0 notes
Gift - Hair Habits by Alpine-Dragon-Queen

Gift - Hair Habits by Alpine-Dragon-Queen



7 months ago | 192 notes | via redthreadredemption | from whencookiesscream

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7 months ago | 82,157 notes | via reveringinsomniac | from spockulations-deactivated201401
Reblog or like if you think Christopher Eccleston was a good Doctor.

thesassiestsamwinchester:

mydearladydisdain-beatrice:

badwolfsf:

gingerten:

slytherinshadowhunterinthetardis:

spirkx:

My friend thinks that “whoever let him be the Doctor is on drugs”. Please prove him wrong.

No he wasn’t good, he was fantastic.

He was absolutely brilliant~

Just good?! Fantastic!

Absolutly fantastic!

fAntAstIc!!!



8 months ago | 208,174 notes | via vectasus-deactivated20140327 | from mh-things
vectasus:

starksexual:

taurostoreador:

ghostsneverleave:

transgalacticwanderer:

vegannvagina:

my-infinite-catharsis:

pajamaprodigy:

mh-things:

californiaexpatriate:

drugsandanarchy:

mh-things:

Unfortunately true.

It’s a bit unfair to compare something life threatening to something not immediately life threatening.

Also, psychiatric care is really just a nice way of saying, “mind-altering drugs”. 

Not life threatening? You’ve clearly never experienced or known someone with a severe mental illness. Up to 90% of people who commit suicide have a mental illness.
Eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety and self harm have many life threatening effects on the body, e.g. malnutrition, gastrointestinal complications, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, risk of wounds becoming infected, nerve damage. People struggling to get the mental health care they need find themselves in ER’s, jail cells and psychiatric hospitals for their immediate safety.
The risk of this can be minimised with proper treatment, which can consist of medication but also includes psychotherapy, occupational and social work, emergency care and other treatments as appropriate for each patient.
Kidney patients can be kept alive on dialysis for years while awaiting a transplant.

Also, your “mind-altering drugs”? These are part of why I can go to school, have an internship, maintain friendships, and be a reasonably responsible family member. Meds are a complement to therapy and make it work better. Honestly, if I were not taking prescribed medication, I would probably be taking some “mind-altering drugs” that had worse side effects than dry mouth.
Mental illness is in part both caused and reflected by physical/chemical disturbances in the brain. In physical illness, medication is often used to aleviate symptoms or address causes. Psychotropic drugs do the same thing. They are a medical response to a medical problem. 

People need to stop thinking mental illness isn’t serious

They also need to stop thinking psychiatric drugs are all useless.

Bolded for A+ commentary, this bullshit that physical medical issues are more valid than psychological medical issues needs to end now.

Also, depression raises the risk or osteoporosis, making even young adults exponentially more likely to get osteoporosis BECAUSE IT LITERALLY LOWERS YOUR BONE MASS.
Can we please stop acting like mental illness isn’t serious?Can we please stop acting like mental illness is less valid than physical illness?CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS DOESN’T CAUSE DEATH AND SERIOUS PHYSICAL COMPLICATIONS?
CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS IS ONLY IN THE BRAIN EVEN THOUGH IT SHOWS UP IN THE BODY?
CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS DOESN’T REQUIRE TREATMENT?
CAN WE PLEASE JUST RECOGNIZE THAT MENTAL ILLNESS IS VERY REAL, AND SERIOUS, THAT NEEDS TREATMENT TO GET BETTER… AND STOP ACTING LIKE IT’S A COP-OUT (BECAUSE IT’S NOT).
Society literally pushes people to AVOID treatment (and use it only as a last resort), while we stress early intervention for physical illnesses - and then tells people they’re weak because it got worse because they didn’t seek treatment - even though all of science has proven it exists an REQUIRES TREATMENT TO GET BETTER.
All you people who think it’s not serious, who think it doesn’t need treatment, who think that therapy and medication are unnecessary… need to go do some damned research because your ignorance is an astounding example of societal BRAINWASHING.

Friendly reminder I almost died of paranoia, When I get in a really bad state my body shakes, I throw up and my heard pounds rapidly.
I had to go to the E.R, and when they couldn’t ‘find a cause’ for it they said I was faking it and sent me home.

my mother is a diagnosed psychopath and she tried and almost succeeded to stab my father in the back while he was asleep. I live alone with her right now and my life IS at an immediate risk if she doesn’t take her ‘mind altering’ medications.


I pity if your psychiatric care is poorly funded. I am a lucky one.I must say I see very little of the world spoken of by others. Online, that is. Here on tumblr I can read what happens elsewhere, but only in formats like this. I’d like to follow a few good reporters.

vectasus:

starksexual:

taurostoreador:

ghostsneverleave:

transgalacticwanderer:

vegannvagina:

my-infinite-catharsis:

pajamaprodigy:

mh-things:

californiaexpatriate:

drugsandanarchy:

mh-things:

Unfortunately true.

It’s a bit unfair to compare something life threatening to something not immediately life threatening.

Also, psychiatric care is really just a nice way of saying, “mind-altering drugs”. 

Not life threatening? You’ve clearly never experienced or known someone with a severe mental illness. Up to 90% of people who commit suicide have a mental illness.

Eating disorders, mood disorders, anxiety and self harm have many life threatening effects on the body, e.g. malnutrition, gastrointestinal complications, increased risk of cardiovascular disease, risk of wounds becoming infected, nerve damage. People struggling to get the mental health care they need find themselves in ER’s, jail cells and psychiatric hospitals for their immediate safety.

The risk of this can be minimised with proper treatment, which can consist of medication but also includes psychotherapy, occupational and social work, emergency care and other treatments as appropriate for each patient.

Kidney patients can be kept alive on dialysis for years while awaiting a transplant.

Also, your “mind-altering drugs”? These are part of why I can go to school, have an internship, maintain friendships, and be a reasonably responsible family member. Meds are a complement to therapy and make it work better. Honestly, if I were not taking prescribed medication, I would probably be taking some “mind-altering drugs” that had worse side effects than dry mouth.

Mental illness is in part both caused and reflected by physical/chemical disturbances in the brain. In physical illness, medication is often used to aleviate symptoms or address causes. Psychotropic drugs do the same thing. They are a medical response to a medical problem. 

People need to stop thinking mental illness isn’t serious

They also need to stop thinking psychiatric drugs are all useless.

Bolded for A+ commentary, this bullshit that physical medical issues are more valid than psychological medical issues needs to end now.

Also, depression raises the risk or osteoporosis, making even young adults exponentially more likely to get osteoporosis BECAUSE IT LITERALLY LOWERS YOUR BONE MASS.

Can we please stop acting like mental illness isn’t serious?
Can we please stop acting like mental illness is less valid than physical illness?
CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS DOESN’T CAUSE DEATH AND SERIOUS PHYSICAL COMPLICATIONS?

CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS IS ONLY IN THE BRAIN EVEN THOUGH IT SHOWS UP IN THE BODY?

CAN WE PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE MENTAL ILLNESS DOESN’T REQUIRE TREATMENT?

CAN WE PLEASE JUST RECOGNIZE THAT MENTAL ILLNESS IS VERY REAL, AND SERIOUS, THAT NEEDS TREATMENT TO GET BETTER… AND STOP ACTING LIKE IT’S A COP-OUT (BECAUSE IT’S NOT).

Society literally pushes people to AVOID treatment (and use it only as a last resort), while we stress early intervention for physical illnesses - and then tells people they’re weak because it got worse because they didn’t seek treatment - even though all of science has proven it exists an REQUIRES TREATMENT TO GET BETTER.

All you people who think it’s not serious, who think it doesn’t need treatment, who think that therapy and medication are unnecessary… need to go do some damned research because your ignorance is an astounding example of societal BRAINWASHING.

Friendly reminder I almost died of paranoia, When I get in a really bad state my body shakes, I throw up and my heard pounds rapidly.

I had to go to the E.R, and when they couldn’t ‘find a cause’ for it they said I was faking it and sent me home.

my mother is a diagnosed psychopath and she tried and almost succeeded to stab my father in the back while he was asleep. I live alone with her right now and my life IS at an immediate risk if she doesn’t take her ‘mind altering’ medications.

I pity if your psychiatric care is poorly funded. I am a lucky one.

I must say I see very little of the world spoken of by others. Online, that is. Here on tumblr I can read what happens elsewhere, but only in formats like this. I’d like to follow a few good reporters.



8 months ago | 69 notes | via reveringinsomniac | from flowermane
flowermane:

Rose: No, you are not keeping the horse!
The Doctor: I let you keep Mickey! Now go, go, go!
-Doctor Who: The Girl In The Fireplace

flowermane:

Rose: No, you are not keeping the horse!

The Doctor: I let you keep Mickey! Now go, go, go!

-Doctor Who: The Girl In The Fireplace



8 months ago | 395 notes | via victoriousvocabulary | from victoriousvocabulary
victoriousvocabulary:

ROSARIUM
[noun]
a rose garden.
Etymology: Latin rosārium; rosa (rose) + -arium (a place associated with a specified thing or function).
[Carl Frederik Peder Aagaard]

victoriousvocabulary:

ROSARIUM

[noun]

a rose garden.

Etymology: Latin rosāriumrosa (rose) + -arium (a place associated with a specified thing or function).

[Carl Frederik Peder Aagaard]