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i want there to be an angel that descends from the heavens only when someone is being stupid

and the angel just gently places their hand over the person’s mouth

and whispers in a voice filled with heavenly beauty and love











This explains everything

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Attention Puella Magi Madoka Magica Fans!


If you are unaware, there was a new nebula found and many Anime fans claim it looked like Goddess Madoka, now there is a petition going around to name the nebula “Madokami Nebula”.


It only needs 1.2k more signs, so please sign it! It is a Madoka Magica fan dream come true!

Here is the link to sign the petition [link]! We are so close to the goal!


*please re-blog to spread the news!*

Understanding a Shame Based Identity


Shame is the deeply held belief that, at core, there is something wrong with me. So, no matter what I do, or how hard I try, I’ll never measure up and be good enough. Thus, I expect other people to reject me in the end, and deep down inside I reject myself.  

If I have a shame based identity, I am likely to battle with the following feelings:

  • Feeling like a fraud
  • Feeling like I have to cover up all the time
  • Fear of being exposed for who and what I truly am
  • Feeling powerless 
  • Feeling as if I don’t have, or deserve, a voice
  • Wishing I could just disappear
  • Feeling vulnerable
  • Feeling very needy – and perhaps too needy, compared to other people
  • Feeling like I always disappoint myself and others.

The “shame bound” person is constantly struggling against these persistent and negative feelings. They are triggered easily, and by innocuous triggers, such as being overlooked or contradicted by a friend. This can then result in a powerful “shame attack” that is so intense that we’re completely paralysed, and overwhelmed, by a sense of worthlessness. These feelings can persist for days, for weeks or even months.

Insights into Self-loathing


Self-loathing, also known as “autophobia” or self-hatred”, is a thought pattern where individuals believe they are inferior, bad, worthless, unlovable, or incompetent. It is associated with low self-esteem and low self worth. Other symptoms of self-loathing include chemical dependency, alcohol & drug abuse, self-harm, self-destructive promiscuity, fits of rage and dissociation.

Self-loathing is one of the central characteristics of people who suffer from Avoidant Personality Disorder. It is also common in those diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Self-loathing is common among people who grew up in an unsupportive family environment where there was child abuse, neglect, emotional trauma or chronic criticism.

It can be something that appears from time to time, or it may be suddenly triggered by disappointments, struggles, painful memories or anxiety about the future. These triggers can create an overwhelming flood of feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness and powerlessness - which can lead to self-destructive behaviors, emotional withdrawal or aggressive behaviors.

Examples of statements indicating self-loathing include:

- “Nobody loves me”

- “Things will never get any better.”

- “I’m useless. I always screw everything up.”

- “He/she could never really love the real me.”

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