I had a black dog, his name was depression
Do you have a masterpost pertaining to everything psychology/mental health?
I’ve been asked a lot about various masterposts, so these are masterposts I have thus far:
- Short Films, Art, Online Games & More
- Tearjerking Movies
- Psychological Thriller Movies
- True Terrifying Events
- Foreign Horror Films
- Creepy Lost Episodes
- Terrifying Dolls
- Creepy Stories
- Human Mind & Brain
- Foreign Horror Films
- Horror Sleep-Over Games
- Creepy Online Games
- Creepy Websites
- World’s Scariest Places
Enjoy! I’m always open to new suggestions for masterposts! :)
What if people who have anxiety are just unaccustomed to the way the world works because this is the first incarnation of their soul on the earth? And confident people are at ease with the world because they have already been incarnated multiple times and, in a sense, already know how the world works.
What if it’s the other way around?
I don’t know which disturbs me more.
"The part of the brain responsible for love and lust are not the same. When you’re in love, the part associated with empathy and care is lighted up while when you’re in lust, the part associated with reward and motivation is lighted up. Therefore, love and lust are obviously not the same thing!"- (via psych-facts)
Be careful what you wish for.
Wow what I never realized the colors were inverted
You’d think I would have noticed that
That’s the point. The world Coraline lives in is supposed to be boring and gray, but the people are what give it life and purpose. In the Other Mother’s world the people are plastic puppets where she pulls the strings because it presumably changes for every child she takes, but the world around them is bright and colorful for the purpose of enticing the children to stay… before they notice the inhabitants are nothing but dust.
that was deep
Mirrors and Windows by Gabriele Galimberti and Edoardo Dilelle
The portrait series draws insight into the lives of women across the world based on their intimate living spaces.While some have countless possessions, living in the lap of luxury, others are clearly not as fortunate.
The project states: “In a world that is increasingly shaped by global standardization and IKEA aesthetics, this work explores the rooms of the conventional and the eccentric, the rich and the poor, the mother and the single, the pious and the unbelieving, the sports-obsessed and the shopping-addicted, the tomboy and the girly-girl, the tidy and the shambolic… These bedrooms are the mirrors of the history, personality, culture, obsessions and social status of the girls that occupy them, but are also unique windows into these young women’s worlds.”
Source: Gabriele Galimberti website
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