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you know its a BAD THING when their character model changes.

… POOR LUDGER!

"yakity strap 2000"

omg. Muzet… is.. so dirty…

Gaius: she’s never worn her intentions on her sleeve, but once you get to know her, you’ll find she has a surprisingly gentle heart.

heart. is THAT what we’re calling it? ummmhmmm

everybody is Jude-sexual.

even ludger.

Jude: look! there’s someone down there, we’d better warn them about the monsters.

Alexa: where? down at the bottom?

Me: I’m sure if they made it all the way down there they already know about the monsters. it’s not really something easily  missed.

waaaaitaminn… the research lab should be abandoned why are there civilians there to get casualtied? 

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muzet likes getting flirted with LOLLsafdasfafds

*rolls down the stairs*

go home Gaius. you’re fukin frunk!

it would rock so much if Vera was Luna. and Ludger could date her. lol.

she brought a Rollo back! LOLLLLLLOLOLOLOL  the 

ohno…

that hurt. ohgodf.dsfaadsfasdfadsfadsfadsf

rygel-n:

I just thought of something…

What if, one day, Milla decides to return to the Human Realm, maybe just to check on something, but for whatever reason, when she arrives in the Human Realm, and she sees that everything looks different then the last time she was there.

Elympios is green, full of nature and life, and the countries of Reize Maxia and Elympios seem to be at peace with each other, for the most part, and there are Spirits and Spirite everywhere, living in peace with mankind… she sees the world Jude and her dreamed about.

What if, she thought she was only gone from the Human World for a year or two, but was actually gone for nearly 500 Years? She finds out Jude is long dead, and probably already went through Origin’s Reincarnation multiple times, and went down in history as a great Professor, like Howe did.

Because she’s a spirit, she will long outlive him, and while Jude will never see the world he fought to achieve within his lifetime, Milla will probably one day get the chance to see it.

as if this game didn’t hurt enough you had to go and say something like this. thanks.

oldkasperl:

Seriously Tales of Xillia 2? I play these games so I DON’T have to think about that fact that I’m in my 20’s and already up to my eyeballs in debt.

healingschemas:

traumatherapist:

What to do when you’re tempted to give advice:
Listen
Listen to that person’s story. Listen with your eyes, as well—how do they appear? 
Be transparent when you don’t know what to say
We want to feel useful. We want to make it better. We don’t want someone we are sitting with to hurt anymore. And even though you probably know, here it is again: it’s okay that you can’t make it better. It’s okay to just say “I’m so sorry. I don’t know what to say.” Totally better than giving unwanted advice.
Ask what they want
Sometimes I feel like I have information that could be helpful, but I almost always ask, “Do you want me to listen or do you want advice?” Personally, I’ve noticed that many of my therapist friends do the same thing—we’re used to juggling the friend hat and therapist hat—and I love it. I have never been annoyed by that question—and it’s probably no coincidence that when asked, I often choose advice! You see, we are often ready to receive wisdom from someone who makes us feel seen and heard and respected.

Develop your listening skills and respect the right of someone who just wants to be heard, not fixed.

healingschemas:

traumatherapist:

What to do when you’re tempted to give advice:

Listen

Listen to that person’s story. Listen with your eyes, as well—how do they appear? 

Be transparent when you don’t know what to say

We want to feel useful. We want to make it better. We don’t want someone we are sitting with to hurt anymore. And even though you probably know, here it is again: it’s okay that you can’t make it better. It’s okay to just say “I’m so sorry. I don’t know what to say.” Totally better than giving unwanted advice.

Ask what they want

Sometimes I feel like I have information that could be helpful, but I almost always ask, “Do you want me to listen or do you want advice?” Personally, I’ve noticed that many of my therapist friends do the same thing—we’re used to juggling the friend hat and therapist hat—and I love it. I have never been annoyed by that question—and it’s probably no coincidence that when asked, I often choose advice! You see, we are often ready to receive wisdom from someone who makes us feel seen and heard and respected.

Develop your listening skills and respect the right of someone who just wants to be heard, not fixed.