Receive snaps from people having a good time; laugh; send snaps back; remember you’re home alone, reading; #sadface
So for reasons that Grace is too classy to complain about, she’s no longer going to be uploading to the Daily Grace YouTube channel. A channel that, it turns out, she never owned and, in fact, all of the content that she produced there over the last three years is also not…
People tell me to smile all the time. I have social anxiety, so I tend to agonize over conversations and social norms and expectations. (I’m also introverted.) I never think about how much, or how little apparently, I smile. I’m usually worrying about eye contact or if I’m saying the right things or if people can tell how awkward I feel. Is smiling really that big of a deal to other people? What do people read an impassive face as?
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Our pals at DP3 Publisher want to give three of you lucky so-and-so’s a free copy of the brand newest Adventure Time video game, Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW! The game is
from the creative minds of Pendleton Ward (creator of the award-winning Adventure Time animated series) and game developer WayForward, and is the follow-up to the mathematical, algebraic, and radical success of last year’s IGN Editors’ Choice recipient Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d You Steal Our Garbage?!!. The adventure begins with a completely new storyline staged in the Land of Ooo as players help Princess Bubblegum save the Candy Kingdom by exploring the mysteries surrounding a massive Secret Royal Dungeon.
Watch the launch trailer here.
D3 will let each winner choose his/her/its preferred platform: 360; PS3; Wii; U; or 3DS.
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Thanks, everyone, and lucky reblogging!
I got distracted while folding my laundry, and when I came back to finish it, my room seemed really quiet. I thought that I’d been watching TV, or maybe listening to music. Then I remembered I’d been having a conversation with myself.
I have social anxiety, and sometimes I like to forget that I still need social interaction. If can offer any advice to my fellow sufferers of social anxiety, it’s that you need to put yourself out there. Join a club, go to the gym, do something you’re interested in with other people and let relationships form. It won’t be easy, but it won’t be excruciating forever either. You don’t want to be stuck in a difficult situation in your life and not have a support system.