Sometime soon, possibly tonight, I’m going to start posting my writing from either my writing on my day, my essays, etc. Read it if you want, but you ain’t obligated, I just need to get it out and just writing it ain’t working. You wanna hit me up with questions on my writings or send in your own for me to read, that’s cool. This is for my benefit, so if it bothers, please just scroll past, cuz I ain’t got time for no one’s shit. I’m going through enough at this time as it is. Peace and love ya’ll.
I just watched galvanize
and have you noticed that allison went home alone and then scott calls isaac to ask if they found out anything about the flies?
they just simply assumed that isaac was gonna be there, at her house, because he spends so many time there
they’re already like “allison doesn’t answer? call isaac”
and it really makes me smile
damons man pain storyline coming up
Anonymous asked: I fear for youth of today really. Because they look at the show and go like HEY that is normal. Delena is not normal, none of these ships are normal. Julie is terrible at this and if that is what she writes. I can't imagine how she treats real life relationships.
You know… As someone who is related to a rape victim, and knows the way abusers work… I don’t understand how people can argue AGAINST Damon being an abuser. Look:
- Abuser pacing the floor
- Clenching/unclenching fists
- Facial expression (glaring)
- Have a poor self-image; are insecure.
- Blame others for their own problems.
- Blame others for their own feelings and are very manipulative
- May think it is okay to solve conflicts with violence.
- Often make threats of violence, breaking or striking objects.
- Often use physical force during arguments.
- Often use verbal threats
- May hold rigid stereotypical views of the roles of men and women. The abuser may see women as inferior to men, stupid, and unable to be a whole person without a relationship.
- Are very controlling of others. Controlling behaviours often grow to the point where victims are not allowed to make personal decisions.
- May act out instead of expressing themselves verbally.
- May be quick to become involved in relationships.
- May say things that are intentionally cruel and hurtful in order to degrade, humiliate, or run down the victim’s accomplishments.
- Tend to be moody and unpredictable.
- Threats of homicide or suicide: The abuser may threaten to kill himself, the victim, the children, relatives, friends, or someone else.
- Plans for homicide or suicide: The more detailed the abuser’s plan and the more available the method, the greater the risk he will use deadly force;
- Weapons: The abuser possesses weapons, and has threatened to use them in the past against the victim, the children, or himself.
- "Ownership" of the victim: The abuser says things like “If I can’t have you no one can” or “I would rather see you dead than have you divorce me”. The abuser believes he is absolutely entitled to the obedience and loyalty of the victim;
- Centrality of victim to the abuser: The abuser idolizes the victim, depending heavily on him or her to organize and sustain the abuser’s life, or the abuser isolates the victim from outside supports;
- Separation violence: The abuser believes he is about to lose the victim
- Escalation of risk-taking: The abuser has begun to act without regard to legal or social consequences that previously constrained his violence; and
- Hostage taking: He is desperate enough to risk the life of innocent persons by taking hostages. There is a very serious likelihood of the situation turning deadly.
This is just Damon. And trust me, I could go on, but it is entirely tiresome trying to catalogue his every instance of abuser behavior.
Julie Plec has an enormous amount of influence over very impressionable minds, and it makes me sick to my fucking stomach that she’s allowed to do this.