Original Off-Broadway Cast of Spring Awakening (Today)

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disneyprincesskatherine:

disneyworld-is-my-home:

"They aren’t intended to be career role models. They are moral role models. Disney movies aren’t telling girls that they should limit their aspirations to becoming princesses; they are teaching them to adopt the values of Disney princesses: kindness (Snow White), compassion (Ariel), intelligence (Belle), humility (Cinderella), courage (Merida), and determination (Tiana), among others. These are worthy attributes for boys as well as girls, but the point is that Disney isn’t steering girls toward being future trophy wives – it’s promoting values that make you a decent person, regardless of your career or lack thereof." (x)

^THIS. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. THANK YOU.

Yes yes. All my yes.

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beautifulcity:

popculturebrain:

Watch: NPH and Jason Segel reprise “The Confrontation" from ‘Les Mis’ on ‘Inside the Actor’s Studio’

This one is arguably better than the original from Megan Mullally’s talk show years ago.

This is beautiful

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openbooks-havenosecrets:

gossamer-galaxy:

june2734:

Disney’s Walking Dead

by Kasami-Sensei

Esmeralda’s goat looks to damn happy to be in a zombie apocalypse

this is fucking……best thing on tumblr.

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We are dying from overthinking. We are slowly killing ourselves by thinking about everything. Think. Think. Think. You can never trust the human mind anyway. It’s a death trap. Cite Arrow Anthony Hopkins (via psych-facts)

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"I like stories with magic powers in them. Either in kingdoms on Earth or on foreign planets. Usually I prefer a girl hero, but not always.” — Moonrise Kingdom

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psych-facts:

85% of people try to watch a funny movie after a scary one to reduce the risk of nightmares.
I tried looking for a study on this, but couldn’t really find any authentic ones. However, I found some other information. Watching scary movies do increase anxiety, sleeplessness, fear, phobia, and nightmares. This is especially true in children as children have a harder time distinguishing apart real from fictions. 
I couldn’t find anything on how funny movies help you cope with nightmares from watching scary movies. But my guess how that works are that funny movies help change your emotions to positive ones (less anxiety) and help over-ride the scary memories with funny ones. 
Let me know what you guys think in my inbox! 

psych-facts:

85% of people try to watch a funny movie after a scary one to reduce the risk of nightmares.

I tried looking for a study on this, but couldn’t really find any authentic ones. However, I found some other information. Watching scary movies do increase anxiety, sleeplessness, fear, phobia, and nightmares. This is especially true in children as children have a harder time distinguishing apart real from fictions. 

I couldn’t find anything on how funny movies help you cope with nightmares from watching scary movies. But my guess how that works are that funny movies help change your emotions to positive ones (less anxiety) and help over-ride the scary memories with funny ones. 

Let me know what you guys think in my inbox! 

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Taking short breaks can make us more productive. Cite Arrow (via psych-facts)

valonqars:

I care for no one but the offspring of your mind. Run from the one who comes to find you. Wait for the night that comes to hide.

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