Louise Bourgeois: She Lost It, 1992

Louise Bourgeois: She Lost It, 1992

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South Park 15x5

SAME.

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Y’all, is it normal/a thing that can happen if you take a particular antidepressant for a few months (Zoloft) and it works wonderfully and has a calming effect and then you stop taking it for like a year and then when you get back on it and it makes you jittery and more anxious the second time around? It’s been about a week and the prescription cost a lot (for me) and I don’t want it to be a waste of money. Do I need to wait longer to get used to it/build up a tolerance again?

dig a hole & listen for the history [TW: addiction, anxiety]

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selected hometown thoughts

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"Nervous people not only suffer themselves but cause more or less misery to everyone around them. They are fretful, easily worried and therefore a worry to others." (via This Day in Athens)

"Nervous people not only suffer themselves but cause more or less misery to everyone around them. They are fretful, easily worried and therefore a worry to others." (via This Day in Athens)

I had this amazing realisation that 90% of my emotions that I’ve categorised as “social anxiety” were mostly actually “boredom”

ourcatastrophe:

it’s so liberating to realise that you are, at heart, a reclusive sourpuss who literally hates fun, adventures, risk, etc

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it should learn to speak before it melts away

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