hey i'm kathleen or kat or whatever.
talk to me if you'd like - my ask box is a door with a nice warm light shining out the bottom.
i really just can’t believe those of you who watch buffy don’t cry about willow/oz twenty-three-seven
oz and willow,
yeaaah i’m really careful about saying i don’t like a certain thing (outside the realm of bigotries - altho i get clammy about those sometimes if i’m not comfortable in the environment but that’s a different topic), i guess i like to think that there are not many things that are objectively and in every case bad, and my opinion shouldn’t make someone else scrunch up self-consciously. soo yes basically. because i fear a bit that everyone’s secretly judging me i worry that they will think i’m secretly judging them when i’m noti do that too, and it makes me wary of criticising anything ever because i like to gripe a lot and not actually confront the people who do the things i don’t like, and i never want the people listening to me to think i’m talking about them! so. yep.
when people talk about things they don’t like in other people i have a bad tendency to think “oh, my gosh, do i do that? i do that don’t i? how can i have been so thoughtless to do that, they would despise me if they found out, what if they’ve noticed it and already despise me for it oh no etc etc” even if it’s a thing i don’t really do. i immediately shrink up and while YEAH it can be a good thing to inspect yourself and your actions re: bigotries and discriminatory acts, often it’s teensy things that make me doubt myself and my integrity and feel attacked for no reason and that’s not cool. this is just a post to be self-aware. thank you
redheadbouquet replied to your post: who’s grimy and gross (maybe from dancing to ‘kiss…
you’re pretty great and i like you a lot!!!are you sure you want to do this i’m in a very affectionate state in addition to being pitifully taken with those who profess to like me so you’re going to be hit with a lot of good Vibes soon if you take stock in such things
the task is to summarize the first three chapters of an intro psych textbook: go!