eliswen replied to your photo “Also, fine, why not. Have a late-nite boob selfie to show the…”

great tags! also my first though was “damn ashkatom, lookin busty”

I am always looking busty! It is my curse ;_;

wittyusernamed replied to your photo “Also, fine, why not. Have a late-nite boob selfie to show the…”

The tags amused me. I wore ill-fitting bras throughout high school (do to being too body-shy and easily embarrassed to go get them fit properly), and I still have the stretch marks from them.

Same, plus I grew out of the commonly-carried sizes very quickly. I was probably a solid C by the time I left primary school (although, to be fair, a C is a lot smaller than everyone thinks it is, especially proportional to the ribcage). I was still wearing Bs and horrifically-fitting Cs in high school until my surrogate mum decided that I Was Getting A Fitting. My bro Sech was there, so we made awkward faces at each other and that made it not as bad as I thought it would be. I’ve been wearing that same size (E-cup) since, though, and, uh, yeah. There’s at least four cup sizes of difference now, maybe five (I think this one may still be a little small, but the shape of my boobs also makes it tricky to fit them). 

Boobs, man.

Also, fine, why not. Have a late-nite boob selfie to show the importance of wearing your correct damn bra size. I blew $70 on this damn chest restraining system, but a) I instantly look a lot more ‘va-va-voom’ instead of ‘I don’t know how to dress myself and the last time I bought a bra was 2012’, b) my posture has improved by a metric fuckton in the eight or so hours I’ve had this thing, and c) I get surprised by cleavage when I look down.
I am going to lovingly handwash this thing for at least two weeks before I give up and throw it in the washing machine. I’m so happy.

Also, fine, why not. Have a late-nite boob selfie to show the importance of wearing your correct damn bra size. I blew $70 on this damn chest restraining system, but a) I instantly look a lot more ‘va-va-voom’ instead of ‘I don’t know how to dress myself and the last time I bought a bra was 2012’, b) my posture has improved by a metric fuckton in the eight or so hours I’ve had this thing, and c) I get surprised by cleavage when I look down.

I am going to lovingly handwash this thing for at least two weeks before I give up and throw it in the washing machine. I’m so happy.

vikingsarebetter:

Don’t let them in.Don’t let them see.Be the good dad you always have to be.Conceal, don’t feel. Put on a show.Make one wrong move and everyone will know.

vikingsarebetter:

Don’t let them in.
Don’t let them see.
Be the good dad you always have to be.
Conceal, don’t feel. Put on a show.
Make one wrong move and everyone will know.

(via boredwithcaffeine)

welp

I’ve spent six hours on public transport today and the thought of catching up on my dash makes me very tired. Did I miss anything?

serious (but ultimately positive) talk, heed tags

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splickedylit:

pukind:

sketching some cute patoots I’ve never drawn before

ABBIE THIS REQUIRES YOUR URGENT ATTENTION.

awwwwwwww!

If they have an actual phd and alot of experience/know what they are doing, they aren't going to talk about weight since it has nothing to do with the therapy or diagnosis. The only time it'll matter to them is if you tell them it matters to you or that it has an effect on your emotional well-being. Good luck. Where I live the wait list for a psychologist is literally years.
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You are also excellent, Anon, I just like answering asks separately <3 And yeah, I get the impression that I was lucky and got this guy’s last spot, but I think waiting lists and the like are generally a lot better here than they are in other places, which is balls :( If you’re waiting, I hope the gods of cancelled appointments and leaving patients smile upon you, and that you can hang in there in the meantime.

specspectacle replied to your post “aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together”

Good luck! *hugs*

kurloz38 replied to your post “aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together”

Not too likely, if the psych is any good. If anything, weight issues are often a symptom or the result of anxiety/depression/dysphoria/or whatever other problems you might have or had. Good luck and HUGS!

kijikun replied to your post “aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together”

*sends hugs*

solluxisms replied to your post “aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together”

Good luck! Don’t forget you can /tell/ them you’re a lot more put-together in a professional environment than you are in daily life. Write journal entries after bad days to take in to show them, if you need to.

ceruleancynic replied to your post “aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together”

GOOOOOOD LUUUUCK and good for you, this is hard as shit and highly unpleasant and a very good thing to be doing. I really hope your psychologist turns out to be a helpful one.

You guys are all excellent people <3 Thank you for all the support and advice, it means a heck of a lot to me. Rambling on appointment under read-more, for those curious:

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aight, going to a psychologist for the first time since I’ve vaguely scraped my shit together

now taking bets on how quickly it will be pointed out that my weight is the problem!

CAH! Again! →

Come play Cards Against Humanity again! Be terrible people! Laugh at others being terrible people, which perhaps makes you EVEN MORE TERRIBLE! The password is ‘homestuck’ as it always is!