Or, you know, you could just stop saying sorry.
I take it you don’t have anxiety.
You can’t “just stop saying sorry”. You do something, something so little, like accidentally bump into someone. You feel horrible about it. Your brain starts panicking and you have trouble trying to breathe. You stutter an apology. They say it’s okay, but you accidentally do it again, and you apologize again. They just say “Aha, you can stop saying sorry.” And you feel horrible that you’ve probably made them angry or upset, so you mutter out an apology for the third stupid time, and they just say to stop saying sorry. Stop saying sorry.
You can’t just tell someone to stop saying you’re sorry.
I want that comment on flyers so I can hang them in my school
reblogging this one for the GOOD commentary.
If you’re going to tell someone to stop saying sorry say, “You don’t have to apologize to me.” and smile. If they say sorry again just say, “You’re fine.” and keep smiling and move on. The faster the situation is resolved the faster the person with anxiety can start to calm down. Please don’t get angry at someone for saying sorry, sometimes that’s all the person feels like they can do.
I’ve always been really bad about this and as a kid I’d always do it around my parents and my mom would always say “STOP SAYING YOURE SORRY.” thank you to the helpful comment.
FEELING LIKE YOU BOTHER THE ONLY PERSON YOU WANT TO TALK TO IS REALLY SHITTY
wants to listen to something other than showtunes
realises I don’t have anything other than showtunes
ends up listening to showtunes
"You have to trust your abilities, work really hard and know you can do it. If you don’t get a part it isn’t the end of the world, there will be more chances.
If you are afraid of rejection you won’t learn why you didn’t make it. You just have to laugh about it. You won’t feel great about it at the time, but just know that in a week or so you will feel better.”—-Willemijn Verkaik (via fantasylover7)
hi everyone, it’s dorothy gale from kansas, and i nominate the wicked witch of the west for the ice bucket challenge
"Dogfight" at the Southwark Playhouse, London.
Photos by Francis Loney.
I like theater. I like that feeling of approaching the theater and standing in line before a show starts and showing my tickets to the usher and finding my seats and seeing the stage and experiencing that wonderful moment just before a show starts…that second of anticipation before the orchestra sounds the first notes and it all just comes crashing over you like a giant wave of happiness.
Q. Would you say you have a healthy relationship with your body?
A. I’ve never been a thin girl. I grew up being, I don’t want to say a plus-size girl, but a girl of curves and substance. But you know, as time has gone on, I’ve developed a more healthy lifestyle, and now I feel like I’m in a normal body type. I don’t know if they consider a size 6 or 8 normal, but to me it’s normal. I love my body. I love representing people who aren’t stick figures, because people aren’t.