Sophie Turner & Maisie Williams at the Entertainment Weekly Comic Con Party Photobooth.

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i really need a day between saturday and sunday

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hearing most popular rap lyrics for the first time:

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dynastylnoire:

nonjutsu:

hearing most popular rap lyrics for the first time:

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copingdaily:

Helping loved ones who deal with anxiety/panic attacks, ptsd, or even just depression can be difficult, but here are some really great pointers.

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I know you don’t always know how to help me during these. So here. This.

To all my friends that are around me when I am having a panic attack.

The Psychology of Writing: 5 Ways to Create Emotional Connection Between Your Readers and Your Characters by Using “Uncontrollable Circumstances”

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When breathing life into a character, many factors are to be considered. However, of these, emotional connection is perhaps one of the most important in creating memorable, believable characters that your readers will remember for years to come. Here are five simple tips to help you achieve “emotional connection” between your audience and your cast of characters by using the power of “uncontrollable circumstances.”

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