Hi, I'm Joanna.
I don't talk much but I love meeting new people. So if you have time feel free to talk to me anytime. (I will probably love you forever <3)
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18th April 2014

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7ns:

lookin at the booty like
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18th April 2014

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bumbleshark:

that one fictional character you ship with six other characters

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18th April 2014

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18th April 2014

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tom-marvolo-dildo:

hey guys as it’s starting to get warmer out i'd like to remind everyone to stay hydrated and drink lots of water!

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18th April 2014

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But, in my expe­ri­ence, PTSD doesn’t get fixed. That’s because it was never about get­ting shot at, or seeing people die. It was never the snap trauma, the quick moment of action that breaks a person. PTSD is the wages of a life spent in crisis, the slow, the­matic build that grad­u­ally changes the way the suf­ferer sees the world. You get boiled by heating the water one degree each hour. By the time you finally suc­cumb, you realize you had no idea it was get­ting hotter.

Because you kept adjusting.

Because PTSD isn’t a dis­ease, it’s a world view.

War, dis­aster response, police work, these things force a person to live in the spaces where trauma hap­pens, to spend most of their time there, until that world becomes yours, seeps through your skin and runs in your blood. Most of us in indus­tri­al­ized western societies live with feeling that we are safe, that our lives are singular, meaningful, that we are loved, that we matter. We know intel­lec­tu­ally that this may not be the case, but we don’t feel it.

PTSD is what hap­pens when all that is stripped away. It is the curtain pulled back, the deep and the­matic real­iza­tion that life is fun­gible, that death is capri­cious and sudden. That anyone’s life can be snuffed out or worse, ruined, in the space of a few seconds. It is the shaking real­iza­tion that love cannot pro­tect you, and even worse, that you cannot pro­tect those you love. It is the final sur­ren­dering of the myth that, if you are decent enough, eth­ical enough, skilled enough, you’ll be spared.

If you are writing Tony Stark you need to read this.

What PTSD is, by Myke Cole

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If you are a human being living in society, I strongly encourage you to reaptsdd this.

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18th April 2014

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lgbbq:

The farther away from valentines day it gets the funnier it is

lgbbq:

The farther away from valentines day it gets the funnier it is

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18th April 2014

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"The way Bucky was written in the earlier comic books is very different than how we decided to go with in the movie. One thing that particularly really drew me to, what I was able to find out about Bucky, as a character, is that he ended up doing the dirty work I think that added a very interesting dynamic between his relationship with Steve Rogers. Captain America was always kinda like the symbol and the guy that kind of walked away with the spotlight. And Bucky was trained to do sort of the stuff around the edges. And I really liked that because I thought it added a different edge to him."

Tagged: Bucky BarnesCaptain AmericaThe First AvengerSebastian Stan

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18th April 2014

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ilvalentinos:

#walk into the club like what up where’s our soviet boyfriend

ilvalentinos:

#walk into the club like what up where’s our soviet boyfriend

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18th April 2014

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briecheesie:

i’m not saying bucky should spend most of cap 3 crying and kissing steve, but i am saying they’d be smart to play to sebastian stan’s strengths

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18th April 2014

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ericnorseman:

Steve Rogers and the people who loved him when he was nothing.

Tagged: and then he lost themCaptain AmericaThe First AvengerPeggy CarterSteve Rogersuhi don't know the doctor's namei am trashBucky BarnesAbraham Erskine

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