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2019.03.20 AKIBAカルチャーズ劇場 『水曜日はNeedsでShow☆彡』 青木萌華 塚本美玲 日南理紗










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2019.03.20 AKIBAカルチャーズ劇場 『水曜日はNeedsでShow☆彡』 愛花②




2019.03.20 AKIBAカルチャーズ劇場 『水曜日はNeedsでShow☆彡』 愛花①










Negotiating your needs is very challenging. Read today's class to learn how to get your needs nurtured in your relationship.
















おはよ(^^♪パン 最近の朝の楽しみははちみつバターをパンに塗って食べる事です♡ 夜の楽しみは洗濯です♡ そんな昨日は洗濯したての布団にラムがおトイレして、落ち込みました。 今日は仕事でメンバーに会うよ☺️ 1日がんばろーね💗



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I can’t date, single makes sense. Nobody needs my heart this season.

Meownnerisms - Ahru

HOW CAT-LIKE IS YOUR MIQO’TE?!

groom their ears/face | groom elsewhere (her tail) | scratch their ears | do the kitty stretch | stare and wink at people | slow blink at close friends | purr | do the cat activation “mrrp” sound when surprised | hiss | swipe items on counters/tables | swat at anything moving quickly | lightly headbutt friends and/or furniture | rub their heads/faces on things | rub their heads/faces on people | get distracted and stay frozen in strange poses | rub themselves in/on things that smell nice | sleep in strange positions | addicted to gaelicatnip | mainly eats fish | pupils dilate when they see something interesting | kneading things or friends

Stole from: @rinrin-rinalys

Tagging: all my miqo’te friends, all of you!

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@madds only trusts @beautyloungemedspa with her #beauty #needs Facial #contouring helps enhance your #natural features!! We used 💉 #lyft for #cheeks #defyne #chin #jawline #lips 💋#refyne (at Beauty Lounge med spa)
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(NOTE: IF YOU ARE READING THIS, THIS IS FOR MY ENGLISH CLASS)

Allison, Scott T., and George R. Goethals. “Hero Worship: The Elevation of the Human Spirit.” Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, vol. 46, no. 2, June 2016, pp. 187–210. EBSCOhost, doi:10.1111/jtsb.12094.

Scott Allison and George Goethals wrote an analysis of the typical classic heroes found in our culture of storytelling. They have added different qualities, characteristics, and noted why many people tend to worship these main characters and symbols of hope. Explaining the cognitive and emotional needs behind what these characters stand for and how they affect the reader’s morals and what they believe to be is the truth of human existence, this is the main goal of the article. 

The source is definitely reliable since it came from the EBSCOhost database, which has been cited and peer reviewed by multiple scholarly writers. The authors themselves have co-written many articles relating to the topic of heroes in general, some of which are even cited in this article here. 

I plan to use this source to go into further detail about the typical classical hero as I end up comparing it to that of the anti-hero. While my paper may be arguing over the significance of the anti-hero in modern culture, it would be good to also point out how amazing classic heroes are too. After all, while classic heroes may not be my favorite archetype because of some of the cheesy cliche portrayals that I have seen from many of them, they are still important and have many amazing qualities about them that are often overlooked. 

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Though we are all different, we share some of the same needs no matter our background. One of those is the need to feel significant.
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To help, one of the most efficient ways you can cause others to feel significant is through empathy. Another way is through openness and also humility. This a major key to success, influence and legacy that some the greatest leaders in history understood.
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Businesses , families, personal relationships and more are all made of people. Which means you must consider what makes people tick. If you want more success in creating relationships, building teams, strengthening friendships and more, start working on how you make others feel significant.
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Own Your Actions | Create Your Experiences 😊🙏🏾
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#Significance #ThankMeLater #Behavior #Needs #Social #SocialScience #Friendships #Relationships #Marriage #Business #Graciousness #Love #Attention #Support #Appreciation #SeeThem #HearThem #ListenToThem #EmbraceThem #Empathy #NoShame #LoveOneAnother #MrFrankieWilson
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I just want to nuzzle my head on a girl’s chest while she strokes my hair and rants about her day.  Literally, I love voices a lot and cuddling a lot.  I want to wake up next to a girl and see how beautiful she is in the morning - even if she thinks she looks terrible.  I want to watch her favorite shows/movies while we eat pizza or whatever it is she wants to eat.  I want to hold her hand as much as I can because that shit is cute af? I want to get lost in her eyes.  I want to make her smile and laugh.  I - wow, uh.. this was supposed to be a single sentence thing but I guess I got carried away.  Oof.  But plz can I have this.. one day?  

Needs vs values in your living room

It’s not so much that my living space reflects me or my values, though I suppose it does in a way. What I’ve done is make my living space fit the needs I have. Because I’m extremely sensitive to the physical world. I feel everything - the light, the sounds, the air quality - and if it’s wrong then I can’t function the way I want.

Well, OK. I could function. But I wouldn’t be happy or productive. And we can’t have that.

My needs are not especially complicated: a reasonably quiet space (regular traffic noise is OK, but I don’t want to hear my neighbour fart), with high ceilings because I dislike feeling like I’m underground, enough daylight, cleanliness, and absolutely no clutter. Clutter is visual pollution that turns your brain into an unproductive pinball machine. My place is so sparse it barely has any decorations. I like it that way.

My space is a small two-bedroom apartment in a new building. It’s nicely sound insulated. It’s also clean and tidy. It has big windows and a patio door off the living room. It faces south, on purpose. Because I need lots of light but not necessarily the heavy glare of the afternoon sun.

I was chatting with a lady yesterday whose apartment also has large windows, and she hadn’t realized she didn’t know where the sun was most of the day. She’d picked her apartment without thinking about its orientation, which I suppose is the way most people do it. Quite possibly I’m the weird one. You wouldn’t be the first ones to think that.

South-facing windows give me the morning sun on the balcony, all the way from sunrise to midday-ish. Then Mr. Sun rounds the corner and disappears to my right, towards the west. I still get the afternoon light, but not its direct rays. This makes a major difference in my life during the warmer months. Oh yes, because - I forgot to tell you this - I have a huge need to be outside as much as possible. That’s why I run outside instead of on the treadmill because on top of everything else treadmills are boring. There’s nothing to look at except the TV, which is kind of like visual clutter except worse. It’s jog outside or don’t jog. In the winter, when the sidewalks are too icy, there’s no jog. I run early in the morning, and in the winter in Canada mornings are pitch black. You can’t see the ice. That doesn’t make for good happy exercise. I go to the swimming pool instead.

It’s March as I write this, and here in the great white north it’s still snowy and cold and miserable. I’ve been living like a mushroom for months. Since December, when it became too cold to sit outside except bundled up. Which I still do on sunny days. That’s how serious my need for fresh air and sunshine is. I put my coat, hats and mitts on, and go sit outside with a book or something just to force myself to absorb a few rays. Without natural light I’m afraid I could wither and die.

(I’m not just weird, I’m also dramatic. I think it’s charming.)

I like my place. I don’t think it would tell you anything about my values. But it suits my needs.