“You are amazing. I am so grateful to have you” are good compliments which show that a person recognizes your worth.
“You’re too good for me” is not a compliment. It’s a red flag from someone who doesn’t feel that they are good enough for you.
For you to make sense in their world, they will begin to look for things that are wrong with you and point them out. This can be quite upsetting, as you’ll go from someone who could do no wrong to someone who can do no right. Even the tiniest, most unimportant things will be criticized.
Insecurity causes envy, spite, and being critical of others. You can’t fix them, but you can avoid having your self-worth attacked by choosing not to pursue a relationship any further.
~Doe Zantamata via BreakupLife.com
I always had supper ready when he got home?
I never needed help or got tired?
I didn’t survive a lifetime of trauma?
I listened to him even when he told the same old stories?
I stayed in shape after the kids?
I didn’t need time to myself?
I gave him everything he wanted?
I died trying?
But your best friend is still your best friend. Even from half a world away. Distance can’t sever that connection. Best friends are the kind of people who can survive anything. And when best friends see each other again, after being separated by half a world and more miles than you think you can bear, you pick up right where you left off. After all, that’s what best friends do.
eddie brock is a millennial
• big issues w big pharma
• alien fucker
• everyone is constantly pleading w him to get some sleep
• doctors r begging him to go to a hospital
• alien possesses him & ends up actually improving his quality of life
• nothing in freezer but chicken nuggets
• knows security guard is just doing his job, understandable, have a nice day
• talks 2 self in inappropriate situations
She took up acting because the malnutrition she suffered under the nazis permanently damaged her health and prevented her from pursuing her dream to be a ballerina. During the war, she danced to raise money for the resistance - even though she was literally starving, she used what strength she had to make sure more nazis got shot.
She and her mom also denounced their royal heritage because of the Nazis in their family
Also Audrey was a humanitarian until her death, though ill with cancer, she continued her work for UNICEF, travelling to Somalia, Kenya, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France and the United States.
These are things I literally never would have known about. I’m tired of women being painted as just being pretty.
I’M SO HAPPY TO SEE HER AT AN OLDER AGE I SWEAR!
Here’s another nice one.
For the longest time I assumed she had died really young because I never saw any pictures of her at an older age. She was an amazing woman.
Has a theory ever been advanced that some primitive art, cave art and whatnot, is so rudimentary because it was drawn by children? Like, I saw a post recently of cave art of horses that was actually p realistic and it got me thinking on some of the cruder art that really forms peoples mental image of prehistoric art. What if, much like today, adults created art on more perishable material (leaves, say, or maybe even something processed) and children just scribbled everywhere (walls) and by virtue of that fact the scribbles survived? And we enforce our present/future bias from there by assuming that prehistoric art was so mostly crude, odd, random because of primitivism rather than that’s just how kids draw?
This…is something I never once considered. I don’t have the research to say whether or not it was plausible, but it could be worth looking into.
Nat Geo article on this because they left handprints