milesjai:

life hacks man

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Tohri Nishikikouji’s Wig: Dying the Base

ikakachan:

So, this is what I did with Tohri’s wig.

If you’d like, you can use this as your own reference as well if you’re planning on dying a wig or just want to cosplay Tohri! My friend is cosplaying the Fantasy AU of Tohri, so we’re not doing the bun part unfortunately.

Make sure to wear clothes you can stain with since the mixture DOES stain clothes.

This is picture heavy, so I’ll put it all under the ‘Read More’ Tab.

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notacountryclub:

eloquentvibes:

ladyatheist:

TRIGGER WARNING: ABUSE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
goldenphoenixgirl:

EVERYONE needs to know this. This is how nearly all abusive relationships play out, nearly all of the time. It’s very, very common and very important. 
Bear in mind that “violent outbursts” can also mean mental/verbal abuse, shoving or holding someone down, throwing things at the person or threats.
Usually, this cycle worsens and worsens throughout the relationship. The violent episodes last longer and longer and the honeymoon phase gets shorter or may disappear completely, leaving the relationship bouncing back and forth between tension and explosions. 
Please reblog if you think your readers could be helped by this?


I am reblogging this because if I had seen a chart like this in high school I could have recognized my abusive relationship for what it was. And this goes for almost every woman I have ever encountered that has been in an abusive relationship.

this is how it worked with my parents. <3. each cycle lasted a couple months. because of the honeymoon phase, people never thought it was abuse.

notacountryclub:

eloquentvibes:

ladyatheist:

TRIGGER WARNING: ABUSE, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

goldenphoenixgirl:

EVERYONE needs to know this. This is how nearly all abusive relationships play out, nearly all of the time. It’s very, very common and very important. 

Bear in mind that “violent outbursts” can also mean mental/verbal abuse, shoving or holding someone down, throwing things at the person or threats.

Usually, this cycle worsens and worsens throughout the relationship. The violent episodes last longer and longer and the honeymoon phase gets shorter or may disappear completely, leaving the relationship bouncing back and forth between tension and explosions. 

Please reblog if you think your readers could be helped by this?

I am reblogging this because if I had seen a chart like this in high school I could have recognized my abusive relationship for what it was. And this goes for almost every woman I have ever encountered that has been in an abusive relationship.

this is how it worked with my parents. <3. each cycle lasted a couple months. because of the honeymoon phase, people never thought it was abuse.

(Source: theresalwaysalwayssomething, via ayunthefrog)

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