August always feel like the end of summer, even though there’s still a third left. ;P

Anonymous asked: I'm a high school student, and my very best friend (who is 8 years older than me) is an INFP. She said this to me when we were discussing and trying to understand our different cognitive functions. She said. "Introverted is how we listen, extroverted is how we speak. So introverted feelers listen with their feeling. While extroverted feelers, you talk through your feeling. That's why your language is beautiful. You language is your feeling." Do we understand this correctly?


That’s a very beautiful (and accurate) way of putting it yes. You can also think of introverted functions as ‘looking for answers within’ and extroverted functions and ‘looking for answers outside the self.’ That’s how Jung talks about them in his original articles.

Stay Awesome




an exaggerated preoccupation with the acquisition and ownership of books; an extreme passion for books.

Etymology: from Greek biblion, “book” + mania, “madness”.


general psa: it is totally ok to experiment with your identities


  • there is nothing wrong with going through phases while you try and figure out who you are
  • there is nothing wrong with being confused about who you are. at any point in your life
  • there is nothing wrong with saying you were x identity a year ago and today saying you are something else.

    it does not mean you lied

    it does not mean you were doing it to be trendy

    it means you changed

thats what people do over time: they change

and that’s ok

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If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.

Learn to trust the journey even when you do not understand it.

Mila Bron (via panatmansam)

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Hurting someone can be as easy as throwing a stone in a sea, but do you have any idea how deep it can go?

Healing is a choice. It’s not an easy one because it takes work to turn around your habits. But keep making the choice and shifts will happen.

Yehuda Berg (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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Don’t walk too far away from the child within you, and never abandon the sense of wonder that magnifies the smallest of things into mountains of joy. For one day, when you lose sight of happiness, that child within can guide you back to the things that once nourished your heart.