What is the biggest personal issue that you have/are overcoming and what advice on that matter you can give to people in a similar situation like yours?
Who are you voting in the upcoming national election next week (even if hypothetically) and why?
Think of one person who has positively impacted your life to the point you can't think how your life would be without them. Now, you are transported into a different timeline where they never existed and you'll never have the chance to say 'thank you' to them or even hear their voice. The question is: are you completely over your Loki phase?
Biggest personal issue...hmm..low self esteem right now. Got a test back that I thought I did well on, I knew quite a bit of what was on it, and got a 65%. I'm currently failing two classes and need to exercise (not because I like it, because I don't want to be fat and ugly). For those trying to overcome such a thing, find a friend to talk to who's also going through something close to what you feel. My friends aren't failing classes, and they aren't feeling like they're fat. You need someone there to constantly encourage you and tell you that everything you think about yourself is wrong, and it has to be someone dealing with the same things you are. Otherwise it's just feels like words that have no meaning, that the person doesn't understand what you're going through.
Voting. I voted by absentee ballot because my college is a different county than where I registered, and I don't have transportation to get back to my house. I wrote in Bernie Sanders. And before someone come screaming at me that that takes votes away from Hillary letting Trump win, me writing in Bernie "takes away" a vote from Trump as well. It gives neither a vote to Hillary or Trump, and thus has no effect on either of the two! I wrote in Bernie because I refuse to vote for someone who I don't believe in, who I don't like. I don't like either of them, and I shouldn't be forced into voting for one just because the other choice is worse There's another option when American throws two piles of shit at you and tells you to choose, choose the dog that's standing on the side line being ignored because the shit keeps getting everywhere.
As for my Loki phase, no. With me, I may switch my main obsession, but the other ones are always still there. They're just a bit quieter at the moment. Right now the main obsession I have is Kylo Ren, but Loki is still in my head, he's just a bit quieter than Kylo is. My heart and brain can't kick one out, so they all stay with me. Sometimes I need just one at front on my mind and the other towards the background, sometimes I need both. Usually when I'm happiest, it's just one, when I'm sadder I need the voices of both Loki and Kylo in my head. Let me just say: I'm filled up with villains. (Kylo, Loki, Draco Malfoy, and Anakin Skywalker from episode 3).
Where were you 3hrs ago?
Are you warm?
Are you a good dancer?
Are you a good singer?
Are you a good cook?
Are you a good artist?
Are you a good listener?
Are you a good public speaker?
Are you a good babysitter?
Are you a good mechanic?
Are you a good swimmer?
Are you a good skier?
Are you a good lover?
Are you a good musician?
Are you a good cleaner?
Are you a good actor?
Are you a good writer?
When was the last time you ate a banana?
3 hours ago: In calc. 2 hours of hell.
warm: yes, my room is 74.5 degrees F
dancer: no. I can't do ballet, I'm not graceful enough, and when I'm dancing at a party I'm usually off to the side kind of just swaying around.
singer: YES. I'm in our choir and chamber singers here (which is audition only), I was the housekeeper in last years production of Man of La Mancha...I'm very good.
Cook: If it's noodles (like udon, spaghetti, ect) I can cook it. Baking..I keep forgetting that I can't use wheat flour instead of white flour in my cookies, and they turn out all crumbly and icky.
Artist: Not really. I can draw some, but what the drawings I consider good take me upwards of 2 weeks, and that's just the simple sketch. If I want to do more it can take me a month or more and it just ends up looking like something very basic. Not bad, but not great, just kind of normal.
Listener: I get bored easily. I may look like I'm hearing you, but it is possible I'm thinking of something else while you're talking.
Public Speaker: I'm alright at it, it depends on the topic. If it's a topic I like, know well, or believe in, I can do very well with it. I tend to talk too fast though, and people tend to miss what I'm saying that way.
Babysitter: Never really tried it.
Mechanic: I break things, I don't fix things.
Swimmer: I can do the normal strokes, freestyle, butterfly, backstroke, and breaststroke. And I do have a lifeguarding license, but that's it.
Skier: I'm average. Haven't skied much since I was young.
Lover: NO. I take, but do not give. (So far I haven't found anyone who's worthy enough for me to give anything to. I've had relationships, but they were always not good enough).
Musician: YES. I played piano, violin, flute, clarinet, and currently sing. I've been trained in music since I was very young, like every kid in my family.
Cleaner: When I have to be
Actor: YES. I love acting. I played the Aunt in Middletown last year first semester, the housekeeper in Man of La Mancha last year second semester, and am currently doing my basic acting class (so far I've been Kylo Ren, and this next scene has me playing Lord Voldemort.) I'm best at playing villains, they're just so much fun and match my personality best.
Writer: I'm pretty good, problem is I have too many ideas and never finish anything.
Banana: I have no idea.