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Instagram, Taken, and Tumblr: babylynz:xlindseywayx: I excel at hanging out in parking lots and on balconies. Could do it all day- and in fact today I have :D #NOLA
Instagram, Taken, and Tumblr: babylynz:xlindseywayx: I excel at hanging out in parking lots and on balconies. Could do it all day- and in fact today I have :D #NOLA

babylynz:xlindseywayx: I excel at hanging out in parking lots and on balconies. Could do it all day- and in fact today I have :D #NOLA

Community, Fail, and Friends: Mate Beliefs More functional beliefs t do as well as others, 'm not a failure, If I don't do as well as others, I'm a failure. 213 If I d just human. If I ask for help when I need it, I'm sh roblem-solving abilities (which is strength). 2 If I ask for help, it's a sign of weakness. (h sh is a sign of ing good fail at work/school, it's not a reflection of le self. (My whole self includes how at work/school, If I work/sch y whole am as a da and community member, and my qual kindness, sensitivity to others, helpfulne Also, failure is not a permanent condition. I'm a failure as a person 3. If I fail work/school friend, daughter, sister, relative, citizen, ities of ure I shouldn't be able to excel at something unlessl am gifted in that area (and am willing and able to devote considerable time and effort toward it at the expense of other things). 4. Ishould be able to excel at everything I try et I should put in a rea sonable amount of effort hould always work hard and do my best. much of the time. If I do less than my best, I have succeeded perhaps 70%, 80% or 90%; not 0%. 6. I s 6. If I don't live up to rmy potential, I have failed. I don't work hard all the time, ll probably do reasonably well and have a more balanced life. If I don't work h If I don't work hard all the time, I'll fail 7. FIGURE 13.5, Fr kosmonauttihai: rollerskatinglizard: ceekari: stayhungry-stayfree: This is a really helpful page in my CBT textbook for tackling some of the maladaptive beliefs we often hold. The first column lists the rules and assumptions we often may tell ourselves, while the second column is a more functional belief. Just thought I would pass this along. Be kind to yourselves, friends❤ Oh my god, number 5. And 6, and 7. I frigging needed that. Failure is not a permanent condition. The text on the image: Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t do as well as others, I’m a failure.More functional belief: If I don’t do as well as others, I’m not a failure, just human. Maladaptive belief:  If I ask for help, it’s a sign of weakness.More functional belief: If I ask for help when I need it, I’m showing good problem-solving abilities (which is a sign of strength). Maladaptive belief:  If I fail at work/school, I’m a failure as a person.More functional belief: If I fail at work/school, it’s not a reflection of my whole self. (My whole self includes how I am as a friend, daughter, sister, relative, citizen, and community member, and my qualities of kindness, sensitivity to others, helpfulness, etc.) Also, failure is not a permanent condition. Maladaptive belief:  I should be able to excel at everything I try.More functional belief: I shouldn’t be able to excel at something unless I am gifted in that area (and am willing and able to devote considerable time and effort toward it at the expense of other things. Maladaptive belief:  I should always work hard and do my best.More functional belief: I should put in a reasonable amount of effort much of the time. Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t live up to my potential, I have failed.More functional belief: If I do less than my best, I have succeeded perhaps 70%, 80%, or 90%; not 0%. Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll fail.More functional belief: If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll probably do reasonably well and have a more balanced life.
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kosmonauttihai:
rollerskatinglizard:

ceekari:

stayhungry-stayfree:
This is a really helpful page in my CBT textbook for tackling some of the maladaptive beliefs we often hold. The first column lists the rules and assumptions we often may tell ourselves, while the second column is a more functional belief. Just thought I would pass this along. Be kind to yourselves, friends❤

Oh my god, number 5. And 6, and 7.
I frigging needed that.

Failure is not a permanent condition. 

The text on the image:
Maladaptive belief: 

If I don’t do as well as others, I’m a failure.More functional belief: 

If I don’t do as well as others, I’m not a failure, just human.


Maladaptive belief:  If I ask for help, it’s a sign of weakness.More functional belief: If I ask for help when I need it, I’m showing good problem-solving abilities (which is a sign of strength).
Maladaptive belief:  If I fail at work/school, I’m a failure as a person.More functional belief: 

If I fail at work/school, it’s not a reflection of my whole self. (My whole self includes how I am as a friend, daughter, sister, relative, citizen, and community member, and my qualities of kindness, sensitivity to others, helpfulness, etc.) Also, failure is not a permanent condition.
Maladaptive belief:  I should be able to excel at everything I try.More functional belief: I shouldn’t be able to excel at something unless I am gifted in that area (and am willing and able to devote considerable time and effort toward it at the expense of other things.
Maladaptive belief:  I should always work hard and do my best.More functional belief: I should put in a reasonable amount of effort much of the time.
Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t live up to my potential, I have failed.More functional belief: If I do less than my best, I have succeeded perhaps 70%, 80%, or 90%; not 0%.
Maladaptive belief:  If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll fail.More functional belief: 

If I don’t work hard all the time, I’ll probably do reasonably well and have a more balanced life.

kosmonauttihai: rollerskatinglizard: ceekari: stayhungry-stayfree: This is a really helpful page in my CBT textbook for tackling some of t...

Ass, Fucking, and Google: unpicasso probably my favorite thing abt being a millennial is that i can lie on my resume abt shit like being proficient in excel bc i have the common sense to just google anything i dont know how to do which gives me a giant fucking edge over gen x in the job market bc somehow that strategy never occurs to employers and my underqualified ass looks like steve jobs every time i use a youtube tutorial to make a spreadsheet jadelyn Everyone in my office sings my praises for what I can do with excel for this exact reason, even though I joke with them that "I have no idea how to do that - but give me half an hour and an internet connection and I'll figure something out for you." I even once specifically said in response to my grandboss commenting on my excel skills, "You do realize that I just like.. .google stuff when you ask me to do something with excel that I don't know how to do, right? But his praise didn't change at all. There was no "Wait, that's all it is? Instead, he said "Yes, but the fact that you think to do that and that you know exactly how to phrase your searches and how to sift through the results to get the right answer, and you then integrate what you've learned and use it going forward is still so much more than any of the rest of us [the other 5 ppl on my team are all mid-40s and up] can do. To you, it's just googling stuff," but it's still a unique and valuable skill you bring, so don't shrug off the compliments so cavalierly, okay? And this was coming from an executive with an MBA. Don't undervalue your googling skills, kids. It's not lying if you know you can figure it out Googling
Ass, Fucking, and Google: unpicasso
 probably my favorite thing abt being a millennial is that i can lie on my resume
 abt shit like being proficient in excel bc i have the common sense to just google
 anything i dont know how to do which gives me a giant fucking edge over gen x
 in the job market bc somehow that strategy never occurs to employers and my
 underqualified ass looks like steve jobs every time i use a youtube tutorial to
 make a spreadsheet
 jadelyn
 Everyone in my office sings my praises for what I can do with excel for this
 exact reason, even though I joke with them that "I have no idea how to do that
 - but give me half an hour and an internet connection and I'll figure something
 out for you." I even once specifically said in response to my grandboss
 commenting on my excel skills, "You do realize that I just like.. .google stuff
 when you ask me to do something with excel that I don't know how to do,
 right?
 But his praise didn't change at all. There was no "Wait, that's all it is?
 Instead, he said "Yes, but the fact that you think to do that and that you know
 exactly how to phrase your searches and how to sift through the results to get
 the right answer, and you then integrate what you've learned and use it going
 forward is still so much more than any of the rest of us [the other 5 ppl on my
 team are all mid-40s and up] can do. To you, it's just googling stuff," but it's
 still a unique and valuable skill you bring, so don't shrug off the compliments so
 cavalierly, okay?
 And this was coming from an executive with an MBA. Don't undervalue your
 googling skills, kids. It's not lying if you know you can figure it out
Googling

Googling

America, Black Friday, and Cards Against Humanity: Originally Posted: 2017-01-22 1:22pm print Cards Against Humanity is hiring a CEO! Cards Against Humanity, the #1 best-selling party game, is hiring a new CEO! Let's face it: we have no idea what we're doing. This year, we wasted an enormous amount of time and energy trying to get Hillary Clinton elected President, and on Black Friday we dug a huge hole in the ground because we wanted to find out if it would be funny. It's been a great run, but now it's time for real adult leadership Requirements We are seeking a highly qualified executive to run our company who meets the following requirements - Strong public speaking skills - Steady disposition, remains cool under pressure - Willing to inherit the consequences of eight years of irresponsible spending - Excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn opposition Experience hunting terrorist masterminds Minimum eight years experience President of the United States of America or equivalent nation - Strongly prefer the first black editor of Harvard Law Review -Must currently hold a national approval rating of 57.2% or higher - Passed comprehensive healthcare reform - Natural born citizen of the United States - Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint The ideal candidate will be excited to travel for work and be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. What's In It for You? If you are the right candidate, we will award you 51% of our company and you can set your own salary. Benefits include: - Health/dental/vision insurance (while available) - Generous vacation time - A new computer - Pre-tax transit benefit - Access to office pantry with unlimited almonds Paid relocation to Chicago is available. Also, you can be our new Dad if you want (optional but strongly preferred) About the Company Cards Against Humanity is a game company based in Chicago, IL with about 30 employees. We run a coworking space for independent artists, a full-ride scholarship for women getting degrees in STEM fields, a political action committee, an international shipping company, a private island, and a castle in Ireland. We've also raised nearly $5 million for our nonprofit partners: the Wikimedia Foundation, the Sunlight Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and DonorsChoose.org, where Cards Against Humanity has funded over 13,000 teacher projects in high-poverty classrooms across the United States Interested? If you meet our qualifications, please email mail@cardsagainsthumanity.com post id: 5970647019 email to friendbest of 2 merrmaids: cards against humanity posted a listing to try to hire barack obama for their ceo position on craigslist im
America, Black Friday, and Cards Against Humanity: Originally Posted: 2017-01-22 1:22pm
 print
 Cards Against Humanity is hiring a CEO!
 Cards Against Humanity, the #1 best-selling party game, is hiring a new CEO!
 Let's face it: we have no idea what we're doing. This year, we wasted an enormous amount of time and energy trying to get
 Hillary Clinton elected President, and on Black Friday we dug a huge hole in the ground because we wanted to find out if it
 would be funny. It's been a great run, but now it's time for real adult leadership
 Requirements
 We are seeking a highly qualified executive to run our company who meets the following requirements
 - Strong public speaking skills
 - Steady disposition, remains cool under pressure
 - Willing to inherit the consequences of eight years of irresponsible spending
 - Excellent negotiator able to deal with stubborn
 opposition
 Experience hunting terrorist masterminds
 Minimum eight years experience President of the United States of America or equivalent nation
 - Strongly prefer the first black editor of Harvard Law Review
 -Must currently hold a national approval rating of 57.2% or higher
 - Passed comprehensive healthcare reform
 - Natural born citizen of the United States
 - Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
 The ideal candidate will be excited to travel for work and be a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
 Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

 What's In It for You?
 If you are the right candidate, we will award you 51% of our company and you can set your own salary.
 Benefits include:
 - Health/dental/vision insurance (while available)
 - Generous vacation time
 - A new computer
 - Pre-tax transit benefit
 - Access to office pantry with unlimited almonds
 Paid relocation to Chicago is available. Also, you can be our new Dad if you want (optional but strongly preferred)
 About the Company
 Cards Against Humanity is a game company based in Chicago, IL with about 30 employees. We run a coworking space for
 independent artists, a full-ride scholarship for women getting degrees in STEM fields, a political action committee, an
 international shipping company, a private island, and a castle in Ireland. We've also raised nearly $5 million for our
 nonprofit partners: the Wikimedia Foundation, the Sunlight Foundation, Electronic Frontier Foundation, and
 DonorsChoose.org, where Cards Against Humanity has funded over 13,000 teacher projects in high-poverty classrooms
 across the United States
 Interested?
 If you meet our qualifications, please email mail@cardsagainsthumanity.com
 post id: 5970647019
 email to friendbest of
 2
merrmaids:
cards against humanity posted a listing to try to hire barack obama for their ceo position on craigslist im

merrmaids: cards against humanity posted a listing to try to hire barack obama for their ceo position on craigslist im

Ass, Bad, and Bitch: Mayte Lara @maytelara29 Valedictorian, 4.5GPA, full tuition paid for at UT, 13 cords/medals, nice legs, oh and I'm undocumented 6/3/16, 9:24 PM 1,349 RETWEETS 2,532 LIKES putapit: meandstherhythm: theunderlyingindividuality: strawberrylicuado: strawberrylicuado: 🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽 I can’t believe how many bitchasses are crying in the notes on this post just because this girl who’s undocumented dared to excel YAAAAS QUEEN People on social media were so outraged by this post that they actually reported her to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and filed complaints to the CVS she worked at (x)(x). Luckily, she has a deportation deferral from DACA, so it does not seem like she is at risk of being deported. However, she is receiving all sorts of online threats and had to deactivate her Twitter account. She said, “ I didn’t think it would [get so much attention] tbh and it’s kinda scary and I want it to stop.” Just another clear example of hatred against Latinos and immigrants. People bitch about immigrants leaching off the system but then complain when they decide to fuckin own the system. This girl is bad ass. if she did nothing with her life she is a lazy stupid evil mexican  if she does something with her life she is taking up someone else’s spot is she works but barely goes anywhere in life she is a low life if she ends up getting citizenship and somehow ends up being poor and on welfare she is a moocher who is cheating the system and dependant on the government and thats why she moved here like latino  immigrants can never win. what do u want them to do???? @Whitepeople ?? 
Ass, Bad, and Bitch: Mayte Lara
 @maytelara29
 Valedictorian, 4.5GPA, full tuition paid
 for at UT, 13 cords/medals, nice legs, oh
 and I'm undocumented
 6/3/16, 9:24 PM
 1,349 RETWEETS 2,532 LIKES
putapit:

meandstherhythm:

theunderlyingindividuality:

strawberrylicuado:

strawberrylicuado:

🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

I can’t believe how many bitchasses are crying in the notes on this post just because this girl who’s undocumented dared to excel

YAAAAS QUEEN

People on social media were so outraged by this post that they actually reported her to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement and filed complaints to the CVS she worked at (x)(x). Luckily, she has a deportation deferral from DACA, so it does not seem like she is at risk of being deported. However, she is receiving all sorts of online threats and had to deactivate her Twitter account. She said, “ I didn’t think it would [get so much attention] tbh and it’s kinda scary and I want it to stop.” Just another clear example of hatred against Latinos and immigrants.



People bitch about immigrants leaching off the system but then complain when they decide to fuckin own the system. This girl is bad ass.


if she did nothing with her life she is a lazy stupid evil mexican  if she does something with her life she is taking up someone else’s spot is she works but barely goes anywhere in life she is a low life if she ends up getting citizenship and somehow ends up being poor and on welfare she is a moocher who is cheating the system and dependant on the government and thats why she moved here like latino  immigrants can never win. what do u want them to do???? @Whitepeople ?? 

putapit: meandstherhythm: theunderlyingindividuality: strawberrylicuado: strawberrylicuado: 🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽 I can’t believe how many bitchass...

Microsoft, Microsoft Excel, and Nelly: wild-guy: Kelly Rowland texting Nelly via Microsoft Excel and then getting annoyed when he doesn’t text back.
Microsoft, Microsoft Excel, and Nelly: wild-guy:

Kelly Rowland texting Nelly via Microsoft Excel and then getting annoyed when he doesn’t text back.

wild-guy: Kelly Rowland texting Nelly via Microsoft Excel and then getting annoyed when he doesn’t text back.