i bought a balisong at a flea market yesterday just because it looked cool and wasn’t expensive but seemed pretty solid for the price
what i didn’t know is that apparently there are a bunch of tricks you can do with them
like whoa that’s quite the dangerous hobby there, friend
apparently they’re also illegal in some states (not mine tho)
A collection of Masahiro Sakurai’s OTPs. In case you were curious.
The TWO parts of Rebellion story, took place in Madokas dream. (the fighting, and the weird cutscene)
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Homura did nothing wrong.
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I hate this job.
No, not even in the frustrated venting way. It’s poison in my veins and a burden on my shoulders that I’m not paid nearly enough to support.
I thought going on a nice long vacation would have been enough to cool my nerves and give me a fresh perspective on everything when I came back but instead everything with almost every client I have has gone to shit. It feels like all the progress I made with my clients over the past year has just vanished over the course of two work weeks. I was hoping to come back to people happy to see me again. Instead, I came back to clients a) forgetting that I even existed to the point that they didn’t even show up to appointments, b) have dumped all of their burdens on me and taking me for granted as if it’s my job to fix them, or c) like today, where a client was having a bad day and focused all of his anger and spite on me as if it was my fault (I had just walked in and apparently that was enough for me to deal with an hour of abuse before I outright snapped and put the bratty little asshole in his place and I’m not even the least bit sorry. You’re fucking 14, kid. Stop throwing tantrums like you’re 3.)
But no, I have already been planning on quitting this job early (I only wanted to work here a year so I could move away, but plans have changed and I have to adapt to that I suppose), and I plan on ending my time at this clinic by September 5. If you would have asked me a couple weeks ago, I would have said that was very soon. Now it feels like it’s a year away when it’s just a bit more than a month.
I still haven’t quite come to terms about leaving though. Psychology is a field I am very much in love with but I just can’t take the daily abuse, extended hours, insufferable clients and managers, and underpay anymore. I feel like I’m giving up and that’s never something I’ve been good at forgiving myself for, but I know very well that it’s for the best because my health and mental state have declined severely over the past year and that’s a sign that I’m in a very toxic position. It’s not like my position doesn’t have a huge turnover rate, after all. My position is one where there isn’t a single person in my department who has been there for more than three years or so. We’re supposed to be the eyes, ears, hands, feet, and face of the clinic because we’re the ones who know the clients better than anyone else, and see them on a near daily or at least weekly basis by leaving the office and going to them. And yet we’re treated like we’re vestigial, unimportant, and disposable.
I don’t know what I’m going to do quite yet. My mom has been harassing me and telling me not to quit my job without having a new one lined up, but I’m leaving whether I have one lined up or not because I’m dead set on taking another vacation the week after I leave. I’ll find a new job after that. The delay in between would do me well anyway, just for the sake of getting my head on straight again, and my body on an exercise routine to get my health back on track as well. Since I’m not as bad at managing my money as I feel I am, my loans will be fine. I haven’t paid any of them off yet like I know I should because dropping a few thousand dollars in one shot is a notion that makes me feel sick to my stomach, but I know I should. But for now they’re fine, I have them set to autopay monthly, higher than the suggested amount. Even if I were to do nothing extra from here on, I’d have them paid off before the suggestion 10-year period. Of course, I’d like to have them paid off in 5, but as long as I have it all under control (and I do), it’s not a huge deal and I refuse to let it stress me out anymore. I just don’t want the interest to build up and that’s why the sooner I get it done, the better.
I only have one real goal left and that’s to get one of my adult clients enrolled in and set up for college. He’s a good guy with a lot of anxiety, but he good and truly wants and appreciates the help and I refuse to leave him hanging. As long as I can accomplish that, I’ll feel as if I managed to have a positive impact on at least one person’s life through this. As for everyone else? Well, you just can’t help people who don’t want to be helped and don’t want to learn to help themselves. I just need to accept that.
But aside from that? Fuck this, I’m out. I’m sure my psychology and social skills will be very much useful to me in the future and I hope to remain in the field somehow, but I’m fed up with being a disposable punching bag for this clinic.
I don’t think Homura actually loves Madoka. Maybe in the first timelines but after living through month after month with a Madoka, but not her Madoka, she’s dehumanized Madoka. Her obsessive behavior for Madoka stems from entitlement. She feels she deserves her because she gave up everything for her. Homura loves Madoka, the concept, not Madoka, the human being.
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So I made a Precure MBTI chart, enjoy uwu