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may 24, 2018

- got my cap and gown and ran some other errands this morning!

- ate chocolate lava cake to celebrate the last day of ib history!

- took a rest and it felt GREAT! i’ve been super sore lately so this day off was much needed

- tried the new blackberry noosa yogurt and it was BOMB!

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anonymous asked:

so uh idk if you can help me but I trust you and love your blog so? anywho, I'm in a really bad mental state. finals are coming up and I'm moving and haven't told my gf. my gf currently is having a bit of a mental breakdown and it looks like I'm gonna wind up talking her out of doing things. I really don't think I can emotionally handle this but I don't want to leave her by herself and she hurts herself... help?

you are gonna have to tell her eventually right? maybe talk to her and try to come up with a solution that works for both of you? hope you can find a way things are beneficial for you both love and i’m sorry you’re going through things

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whenever i have a really good day i just feel anxious cuz i feel like that feeling of happiness won't last. so it's like even when i feel good i waste it cuz i start worrying about where that like suspicious happiness came from and when it's gonna go away.

I think there’s two parts to this: 

  • first, it’s ok to think critically about your own happiness sometimes. analyzing + asking yourself questions about your moods (no matter what mood it is) can be really productive.
    • i.e. if you’ve been feeling depressed the past few days and suddenly have a random good day, asking yourself why you’re suddenly feeling good can reveal a lot about who you are and what you need in order to feel vibrant and fulfilled and at peace in life. 
      • “what is the difference between the past few days and today?”
      • “what shifted today that caused me to feel better?”
    • if you can work on identifying the overall patterns that influence your mood shifts (and trust me, there are always patterns), then you’re no longer at the mercy of what appear to be absolutely random emotional experiences. observing gives you information, and you can then use that information to manipulate your environment, thought processes, and habits, and make them work to your advantage. 
    • (mood disorders and mental illness absolutely add another layer to all of this, but whether you’re neurotypical or not, any process of self-awareness like this will lead you to higher levels of self-determination)
    • TL;DR if you know what makes you sad, you can avoid/work through it. if you know what makes you happy, you can start doing more of it. 

  • secondly, it’s ok to experience whatever you’re experiencing. working on establishing strong patterns of thought + productive self-talk is a much better approach in the long run than living your life trying to avoid feeling uncomfortable emotions.
    what’s the difference between telling yourself these statements:
    • “I tell myself that I shouldn’t have certain thoughts”
    • “I try to stay busy to keep thoughts or feelings from coming “
    • “I go out of my way to avoid situations that might bring difficult thoughts, feelings, or sensations”
    • “even when something is important to me, I’ll rarely do it if there is a chance it will upset me”
  • versus these statements?
    • “I can take thoughts and feelings as they come, without attempting to control or avoid them”
    • “I am willing to fully experience whatever thoughts, feelings and sensations come up for me, without trying to change or defend against them” 
    • “even when experiencing negative or turbulent emotional situations, I know that I am growing as a result of these situations”
    • “I am strong enough to handle uncomfortable emotions, and experiencing these emotions enables me to more deeply appreciate, value, and enjoy positive emotional experiences”

this is kind of an outline for the process i take myself through when i’m feeling low, or i’m feeling great but i’m reluctant to let myself feel that way. maybe it will be useful for you as well 💛

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For the person with mouth ulcers: I get these very often and they can happen when your body is trying to fight a virus. You can't do much but stick it out (possibly take some ibuprofen and gargle with salt water) and they'll eventually go away. Otherwise, I would say not to eat too much acidic food or anything super spicy.

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“The illusory nature of race as a basis for identifying genetic difference does not deny its importance as a marker — although not a genetic one. It is a social marker for racism; for the assignment of rights to individuals, for oppression and for exploitation … The reality is that race is important as a sociological concept because of racism and that the use of skin color as a marker for racial classification is a (sociological) fact — although based on a biological myth. People of different races are percieved as ‘different’, and more importantly, different in being inferior or superior to others … Although clearly a biological myth, race continues to be a social reality.

Today, racism is fashioned by racial prejudice and underpinned by economic and social factors; when implemented and practiced through the institutions of society, it is called ’institutional racism’ … And racism is associated with power — the power of one racial group over another. Further, Wellman argues that an attitude such as prejudice must be seen within its ’structural context’ — the distribution of power within the society, political constraints arising from external influences, rivalries between social classes, etc. And once racial prejudice is embedded within the structures of society, individual prejudice is no longer the problem, it is racism that is the active principle. Racism is then essentially about ’institutionally generated inequality’ based on concepts of racial difference.

― Suman Fernando, Mental Health, Race and Culture, 2nd Edition

Hence why “reverse racism” is not a legitimate issue; it is not backed by historical, structural, institutional forces.

may 23, 2018

- comp gov was super fun this morning because we has a food day with belgian waffles, bavarian pretzels, and japanese soda!

- instead of actually doing class in ap stat, we walked to the dairy queen nearby my school!! it was one of my friend’s first time to try a blizzard which made it even more fun! (also s’mores blizzards are BOMB and i highly recommend trying one)

- i have an a in ib physics which is blowing my mind because my teacher grades based on whether she likes you and i thought she hated me??

- speaking of physics, a few of my friends and i ditched to go hang out with my capstone teacher and it was fun but also made me sad because i’m going to miss her so much next year

- i ate mashed potatoes, which are one of my biggest fear foods, at dinner!!!

- it’s my little brother’s birthday so i also had cake tonight on top of the all other less nutritionally dense foods and i still feel pretty good about myself and my body!