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sofisworld:

RG @theboriskodjoe: Happy weekend my family!

Emotional intelligence is key to be successful in relationships. 
Allowing yourself to consider various perspectives rather than responding to the very first emotional impulse is healthy because it lets you channel your feelings into empowering or liberating emotions, which are very different from destructive ones.

Step 1. The emotion emerges. Acknowledge it. (I’m feeling happy, sad, mad…) Step 2. Examine the feeling to its origin and evaluate its substance. (What happened and why am I feeling this now?) Step 3. Execute a response based on relevance and urgency.
(How bad is it and did he/she mean to hurt me?) Being emotionally mature doesn’t mean bottling up your feelings or letting emotions fester and compound until you explode or implode. 
It means having a great understanding of yourself based on your past experiences, and applying that knowledge by making emotional decisions that help yourself, not hurt yourself.

Feeling all emotions is great. But reacting to all of them isn’t always.

Know yourself. Love yourself.

BK #regramapp

sofisworld:

RG @theboriskodjoe: Happy weekend my family!

Emotional intelligence is key to be successful in relationships.
Allowing yourself to consider various perspectives rather than responding to the very first emotional impulse is healthy because it lets you channel your feelings into empowering or liberating emotions, which are very different from destructive ones.

Step 1. The emotion emerges. Acknowledge it. (I’m feeling happy, sad, mad…) Step 2. Examine the feeling to its origin and evaluate its substance. (What happened and why am I feeling this now?) Step 3. Execute a response based on relevance and urgency.
(How bad is it and did he/she mean to hurt me?) Being emotionally mature doesn’t mean bottling up your feelings or letting emotions fester and compound until you explode or implode.
It means having a great understanding of yourself based on your past experiences, and applying that knowledge by making emotional decisions that help yourself, not hurt yourself.

Feeling all emotions is great. But reacting to all of them isn’t always.

Know yourself. Love yourself.

BK #regramapp

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for my brothers in need

Things I wish I’d known in high school. Guys seriously the ace bandages can do some serious damage, don’t do it. Huge thanks to whoever is at that email taking care of folks so kindly.

Boosting for this wonderful person’s email.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE spread this information and STOP DRAWING FANART/CREATING MEDIA THAT PORTRAYS USE OF ACE BANDAGES because not all trans people know this and will attempt to bind in dangerous ways if not given alternative methods!!

eyebone:

hisnamewasbeanni:

jekoh:

tuff-desperado:

genderexpansion:

Trans Guys | Bind Kinder 

The use of ace bandages for binding is not only extremely uncomfortable, its dangerous. 

Ace bandages contract around the ribcage, not allowing your ribcage to expand as you breathe, furthermore, putting you at risk for deformed ribs from prolonged use, as well as broken rib bones. 

Always use a binder, which is specifically designed for binding and shaping the chest. 

Can’t afford a binder? contact Aydian Dowling at point5ccclothing@gmail.com and get a binder for supporting a great organization and great cause. 

If you donate to the .5cc Surgery Fund or purchase a tee shirt from .5cc clothing company, you can get a free binder.

for my brothers in need

Things I wish I’d known in high school. Guys seriously the ace bandages can do some serious damage, don’t do it. Huge thanks to whoever is at that email taking care of folks so kindly.

Boosting for this wonderful person’s email.

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE spread this information and STOP DRAWING FANART/CREATING MEDIA THAT PORTRAYS USE OF ACE BANDAGES because not all trans people know this and will attempt to bind in dangerous ways if not given alternative methods!!