A Short Halloween PSA

tearlessrain:

Hey the thing I reblogged earlier reminded me to mention this:

I can promise all my followers that I do not post or reblog jump scares, ever, because A) I don’t like them and they suck, and B) I know at least a few of my followers have anxiety in one form or another and I’m not going to be that jerk.

So yes. There will be no jump scares from this blog, just wanted to ease your minds preemptively.

agreatandhonorablesoldier:



► Ten scenes           Tony’s first anxiety attack 

"Check the heart, check the, check the, is it the brain.""No sign of cardiac anomaly or unusual brain activity.""So it was poison.""My diagnosis is that you’ve experienced a severe anxiety attack.""Me?"

The absolute realness, the accuracy of this scene will never not be important to me. Because this is exactly what it’s like for me. One small things triggers it, something simple but it’s sets off a chain reaction. Breathing is hard because of how clenched your chest, your heart feels like it’s gonna pound right out of your body and you can’t stand to be around people because that only makes it worse so you run and try to calm down. (But it’s hard to calm down when you don’t know what’s happening.)
Presenting the idea that yes, even superheros can have mental illness is so goddamn important and the fact this scene is so accurate and Tony’s anxiety and PTSD aren’t presented negatively is incredibly important to helping change the way our society views mental illness. 
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agreatandhonorablesoldier:



► Ten scenes           Tony’s first anxiety attack 

"Check the heart, check the, check the, is it the brain.""No sign of cardiac anomaly or unusual brain activity.""So it was poison.""My diagnosis is that you’ve experienced a severe anxiety attack.""Me?"

The absolute realness, the accuracy of this scene will never not be important to me. Because this is exactly what it’s like for me. One small things triggers it, something simple but it’s sets off a chain reaction. Breathing is hard because of how clenched your chest, your heart feels like it’s gonna pound right out of your body and you can’t stand to be around people because that only makes it worse so you run and try to calm down. (But it’s hard to calm down when you don’t know what’s happening.)
Presenting the idea that yes, even superheros can have mental illness is so goddamn important and the fact this scene is so accurate and Tony’s anxiety and PTSD aren’t presented negatively is incredibly important to helping change the way our society views mental illness. 
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agreatandhonorablesoldier:



► Ten scenes           Tony’s first anxiety attack 

"Check the heart, check the, check the, is it the brain.""No sign of cardiac anomaly or unusual brain activity.""So it was poison.""My diagnosis is that you’ve experienced a severe anxiety attack.""Me?"

The absolute realness, the accuracy of this scene will never not be important to me. Because this is exactly what it’s like for me. One small things triggers it, something simple but it’s sets off a chain reaction. Breathing is hard because of how clenched your chest, your heart feels like it’s gonna pound right out of your body and you can’t stand to be around people because that only makes it worse so you run and try to calm down. (But it’s hard to calm down when you don’t know what’s happening.)
Presenting the idea that yes, even superheros can have mental illness is so goddamn important and the fact this scene is so accurate and Tony’s anxiety and PTSD aren’t presented negatively is incredibly important to helping change the way our society views mental illness. 
Zoom Info
agreatandhonorablesoldier:



► Ten scenes           Tony’s first anxiety attack 

"Check the heart, check the, check the, is it the brain.""No sign of cardiac anomaly or unusual brain activity.""So it was poison.""My diagnosis is that you’ve experienced a severe anxiety attack.""Me?"

The absolute realness, the accuracy of this scene will never not be important to me. Because this is exactly what it’s like for me. One small things triggers it, something simple but it’s sets off a chain reaction. Breathing is hard because of how clenched your chest, your heart feels like it’s gonna pound right out of your body and you can’t stand to be around people because that only makes it worse so you run and try to calm down. (But it’s hard to calm down when you don’t know what’s happening.)
Presenting the idea that yes, even superheros can have mental illness is so goddamn important and the fact this scene is so accurate and Tony’s anxiety and PTSD aren’t presented negatively is incredibly important to helping change the way our society views mental illness. 
Zoom Info

agreatandhonorablesoldier:

► Ten scenes
           Tony’s first anxiety attack 

"Check the heart, check the, check the, is it the brain."
"No sign of cardiac anomaly or unusual brain activity."

"So it was poison."
"My diagnosis is that you’ve experienced a severe anxiety attack."
"Me?"

The absolute realness, the accuracy of this scene will never not be important to me. Because this is exactly what it’s like for me. One small things triggers it, something simple but it’s sets off a chain reaction. Breathing is hard because of how clenched your chest, your heart feels like it’s gonna pound right out of your body and you can’t stand to be around people because that only makes it worse so you run and try to calm down. (But it’s hard to calm down when you don’t know what’s happening.)

Presenting the idea that yes, even superheros can have mental illness is so goddamn important and the fact this scene is so accurate and Tony’s anxiety and PTSD aren’t presented negatively is incredibly important to helping change the way our society views mental illness. 

kristenmastora7:

gallium-knight:

Here’s a test:

I’m holding a baby in one hand and a petri dish holding a fetus in the other.

I’m going to drop one. You chose which.

If you really truly believe a fetus is the same thing as a baby, it should be impossible for you to decide. You should have to flip a coin, that’s how impossible the decision should be.

Shot in the dark, you saved the baby.

Because you’re aware there’s a difference.

Now admit it

woah.