today at therapy my therapist gave me a list of legitimate emotional rights and i think it would be helpful to share with everyone, especially people with bpd
- You have the right to need things from others.
- You have the right to put yourself first sometimes.
- You have the right to be the final judge of your beliefs and accept them as legitimate.
- You have the right to a right to feel and express your emotions or your pain.
- You have the right to your opinions and convictions.
- You have the right to your experience-even if it’s different from that of other people.
- You have the right to protest any treatment or criticism that feels bad to you.
- You have the right to negotiate for change.
- You have the right to ask for help, emotional support, or anything else you need.
- You have the right to say no; saying no doesn’t make you bad or selfish.
- You have the right not to justify yourself to others.
- You have the right not to take responsibility for someone else’s problem.
- You have the right to choose not to respond to a situation.
- You have the right to inconvenience or disappoint others.
the fucking worst is when people are like “you hate people for having a different opinion than you!!!!” like im not shitting on this guy because he thinks pistachio ice cream is gross im shitting on him because he actually believes that i and people like me dont deserve basic human rights and respect and safety
“One group, the Hindu American Foundation, has launched a “Take Back Yoga” campaign to address what they see as a fundamental disconnect between yoga and Hinduism.
Sheetal Shah, senior director at the foundation, says the group started the campaign when it noticed that while “Vedic,” “tantric” and many other words appeared regularly in yoga magazines, the word “Hindu” was never mentioned.
So, the foundation called up one of the country’s most popular magazines to ask why.
"They said the word ‘Hinduism’ has a lot of baggage," Shah says. "And we were like, ‘Excuse me?’ "
Shah says she understands why some people have a problem with linking yoga and Hinduism. Many American practitioners associate the practice with something pure and serene, she says. But when they think of Hinduism, she says, they think of “multiple gods, with multiple heads and multiple arms. Colorful [and] ritualistic.
It may be difficult for people to see how these things fit together, Shah says.
With the Take Back Yoga campaign, the Hindu American Foundation is hoping for broader acknowledgment that yoga has Hindu philosophical roots — while also emphasizing that it is universal and appropriate for everyone.
"What we’re trying to say is that the holistic practice of yoga goes beyond just a couple of asanas [postures] on a mat. It is a lifestyle, and it’s a philosophy," Shah says.
"How do you lead your life in terms of truthfulness? And nonviolence? And purity? The lifestyle aspect of yoga," Shah says, "has been lost."”
"homophobia doesnt target aces or aros"
are u aware there are homoromantic aces and homosexual aros you sacks of shit
additionally, are u aware that even aroaces can be in same-gender relationships and therefore affected by homophobia
please reblog this i wanna anger aro/acephobes who view our oppression or whatever as “lesser” than theirs