mental health 

mental health 

mental health 

mental health 

sexual assault, csa 

@Corina I didn't have time to prepare since mine was an emergency in 2017 and I was in the hospital for 10 days all told. Not knowing what someone was doing or when to expect things was even worse than the sensory stuff for me. I was able to get people to begin explaining clearly what would happen right now and when to expect the next thing, but it took a while. That helped a lot.

'Climate change contrarians' receive 49 per cent more media coverage than scientists, US study finds | 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ

"We're not having that debate in science and so when we're having that debate in public, we're not really representing the science accurately," he said. "The science has moved on and journalists should as well."

tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealan

Merry telling Treebeard with all his passion that the ents are part of the world and they can’t just ignore the war and live their sheltered life is antifascists telling libs about the current situation, same energy

Hyperlexia 

Hyperlexia 

US Politics, mass shootings 

@Corina Some people literally envision things. Some people never do. Some people can't really picture things in their head at all. I have one family who has described that and heard others describe. I think it even has a name, though I forget what it is.

Some people use the expression in situations both where they do mean they are picturing something in their mind and in situations where they mean it metaphorically.

So I guess the answer is ... yes?

what ableism isn't and is 

autism, suicide, bullshit theory 

autism, suicide, bullshit theory 

autism, suicide 

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