Forget the Myers-Briggs fucking personality assessment. I am dead tired of hearing if someone is an INFP or an ESLQ or whatever. I want to know if someone is melancholic or choleric. Bring back the four humors. I wanna see “Kaley, 16, phlegmatic” when I go to someone’s blog. Who is with me. Lets make this happen
here's a test i found. go wild, y'all. (im choleric.)
since i’ve been doing a lot of waiting in doctor offices i’ve been flipping through fashion magazines for kinda the first time in my life and it’s so disappointing. there are so many beautiful people in the world yet these magazines only show you one type. it’s just so sad.
It’s such a weird soulless world; totally irrelevant to my life and devoid of warmth.
The only reason to tell someone to conceal their sexual identity is if you think coming out would endanger them (in which case, that person needs to be able to access a safer space), or if you think that the individual should be ashamed of her sexuality. Telling a bisexual woman who wants to be open about herself that she should conceal her identity sends a loud and clear message that she should be ashamed of herself.
My psychiatrist said “you’re married now, you don’t have to worry about telling your parents.”
I read the comments on this piece and so many people were saying that it’s irrelevant to tell people you’re bi when you’re in a marriage with someone of the opposite gender because you’re never going to “act” on your attractions. It’s more than that. There’s so much of my past I can’t share with my family. So many stories and heartbreaks and feelings I withhold because I know they will treat me poorly. I can’t share the person I am when I am hiding a part of me.