iseeavoice: therainbowgorilla: qalaba: iseeavoice: A human getting pissed at their vampire boyfriend so they put in a silver sterling tongue stud and bracelets and earrings and their vampire boyfriend is just standing five feet away like “babe. c’mon.” #’what are… Read more

thatdiabolicalfeminist: I’m really uncomfortable with stories where one person is like, really wary and Doesn’t Trust Anyone/Believe in Love because they’ve Been Hurt Before, and their love interest’s way of Teaching Them to Trust Again is to just utterly ignore… Read more

cosmicjuicebox: space-odd-titty: vcigar: vcigar: wheres all the support for the emotional abuse victims no, seriously. victims of emotional abuse have it hard because they do not have the physical marks or the records to “prove” to someone they were hurt… Read more

hippiee: if someone makes you happy, make them happier

autistic-phantom-thief: bpdavesprite: stop misreading mentally ill ppls fear of abandonment/break downs as abusive behaviour 2k15 + stop scaring mentally ill ppl who are prone to lashing out or breaking down into thinking they are abusive for being unstable 2k15 2k18:… Read more

fuckyeahyoga: Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones Activities Dr. Fredrickson and others endorse to foster positive emotions include: – Do good things for other people.  – Appreciate the world around you. – Develop and bolster relationships.  – Establish goals that… Read more

fuckyeahyoga: Turning Negative Thinkers Into Positive Ones Activities Dr. Fredrickson and others endorse to foster positive emotions include: – Do good things for other people.  – Appreciate the world around you. – Develop and bolster relationships.  – Establish goals that… Read more

I’m writing a NA romance, and I just realized I may be straining to meet the requirements of the Bechdel test. I have several female characters, including my protagonist, but so much of the plot revolves around her relationship with men. Do you have any tips? Should I maybe add an unrelated subplot?

fixyourwritinghabits: You must remember that the Bechdel test is not the height of everything and on top of that you are writing a romance, where your main focus is going to be on said romance. In order to meet the… Read moreI’m writing a NA romance, and I just realized I may be straining to meet the requirements of the Bechdel test. I have several female characters, including my protagonist, but so much of the plot revolves around her relationship with men. Do you have any tips? Should I maybe add an unrelated subplot?

I’m writing a NA romance, and I just realized I may be straining to meet the requirements of the Bechdel test. I have several female characters, including my protagonist, but so much of the plot revolves around her relationship with men. Do you have any tips? Should I maybe add an unrelated subplot?

fixyourwritinghabits: You must remember that the Bechdel test is not the height of everything and on top of that you are writing a romance, where your main focus is going to be on said romance. In order to meet the… Read moreI’m writing a NA romance, and I just realized I may be straining to meet the requirements of the Bechdel test. I have several female characters, including my protagonist, but so much of the plot revolves around her relationship with men. Do you have any tips? Should I maybe add an unrelated subplot?

hey! new to your blog and i love it! i’m currently writing a story but debating on a certain plot point. my mc, Juniper, moves to Manhattan and then becomes friends with another character, Mandy. Mandy has two other friends. you think it’d be too unrealistic if Mandy’s friends got jealous of Mandy for “spending too much time” with Juniper? i had at first planned it out that they would and Mandy + her old friends would pretty much split apart, but now i’m not so sure. advice?

Hi! Thank you so much~! <3 As a perpetually jealous person, I can say that it’s not unrealistic! There are two types of jealousy, in my opinion. One type of jealousy is what I call “standard jealousy.” This is when you… Read morehey! new to your blog and i love it! i’m currently writing a story but debating on a certain plot point. my mc, Juniper, moves to Manhattan and then becomes friends with another character, Mandy. Mandy has two other friends. you think it’d be too unrealistic if Mandy’s friends got jealous of Mandy for “spending too much time” with Juniper? i had at first planned it out that they would and Mandy + her old friends would pretty much split apart, but now i’m not so sure. advice?

hey! new to your blog and i love it! i’m currently writing a story but debating on a certain plot point. my mc, Juniper, moves to Manhattan and then becomes friends with another character, Mandy. Mandy has two other friends. you think it’d be too unrealistic if Mandy’s friends got jealous of Mandy for “spending too much time” with Juniper? i had at first planned it out that they would and Mandy + her old friends would pretty much split apart, but now i’m not so sure. advice?

Hi! Thank you so much~! <3 As a perpetually jealous person, I can say that it’s not unrealistic! There are two types of jealousy, in my opinion. One type of jealousy is what I call “standard jealousy.” This is when you… Read morehey! new to your blog and i love it! i’m currently writing a story but debating on a certain plot point. my mc, Juniper, moves to Manhattan and then becomes friends with another character, Mandy. Mandy has two other friends. you think it’d be too unrealistic if Mandy’s friends got jealous of Mandy for “spending too much time” with Juniper? i had at first planned it out that they would and Mandy + her old friends would pretty much split apart, but now i’m not so sure. advice?

I once dated a writer, and writers are forgetful, but they remember everything. They forget appointments and anniversaries but remember what you wore, how you smelled on your first date. They remember every story you’ve ever told them–like, ever–but forget… Read more

I once dated a writer, and writers are forgetful, but they remember everything. They forget appointments and anniversaries but remember what you wore, how you smelled on your first date. They remember every story you’ve ever told them–like, ever–but forget… Read more