qpadvice:

Hello! Recently, I was surprised by the amount of people who come into our askbox asking about how to start a QPP with someone. Usually, the answer is “I don’t know! It depends on the person.” But this might help those of you that are shy and are not sure where to start. It can also serve as an ice-breaker.
I tried to be as broad as possible on a tiny sheet on paper. Feel free to edit it, make changes, etc. :) I have a higher-res PNG version if you need it. Just contact me! (chekhovandowl)

qpadvice:

Hello! Recently, I was surprised by the amount of people who come into our askbox asking about how to start a QPP with someone. Usually, the answer is “I don’t know! It depends on the person.” But this might help those of you that are shy and are not sure where to start. It can also serve as an ice-breaker.

I tried to be as broad as possible on a tiny sheet on paper. Feel free to edit it, make changes, etc. :) I have a higher-res PNG version if you need it. Just contact me! (chekhovandowl)

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qpadvice:

Hello! Recently, I was surprised by the amount of people who come into our askbox asking about how to start a QPP with someone. Usually, the answer is “I don’t know! It depends on the person.” But this might help those of you that are shy and are not sure where to start. It can also serve as an ice-breaker.
I tried to be as broad as possible on a tiny sheet on paper. Feel free to edit it, make changes, etc. :) I have a higher-res PNG version if you need it. Just contact me! (chekhovandowl)

qpadvice:

Hello! Recently, I was surprised by the amount of people who come into our askbox asking about how to start a QPP with someone. Usually, the answer is “I don’t know! It depends on the person.” But this might help those of you that are shy and are not sure where to start. It can also serve as an ice-breaker.

I tried to be as broad as possible on a tiny sheet on paper. Feel free to edit it, make changes, etc. :) I have a higher-res PNG version if you need it. Just contact me! (chekhovandowl)

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Blue Has a Calming Effect While Red Makes Us More Alert

psych2go:

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One of the most interesting and memorable finding that I learned from my cognitive psychology class was the influence of colors on our state of mind. Colors not only influence how we think, how we feel, but potentially how we behave.

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Never be ashamed of how much light you are holding // choose to keep on going when every bone in your body wants to crumble #suicidepreventionday #sierrademulder

Never be ashamed of how much light you are holding // choose to keep on going when every bone in your body wants to crumble #suicidepreventionday #sierrademulder

thebitchiam:

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

This warms my heart

thebitchiam:

4gifs:

Puppy growing up, no hesitation on the second jump. [video]

This warms my heart

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via luanlegacy)

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It doesn’t matter if it’s a relationship, a lifestyle, or a job. If it doesn’t make you happy let it go.

I am batman

sierrademulder:

handwrittenbycassiclerget:

“My body is a dead language and you pronounce each word perfectly.” (by cassi clerget) #sierrademulder #poetry #love #handwritten #calligraphy #art #typography

love it

sierrademulder:

handwrittenbycassiclerget:

“My body is a dead language and you pronounce each word perfectly.” (by cassi clerget) #sierrademulder #poetry #love #handwritten #calligraphy #art #typography

love it