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Assertive: awesomage: I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:
I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage: I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Ink...

Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inke...

Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inke...

Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inke...

Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inke...

Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!
Assertive: awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inked Magazine. You can vote for me here!

awesomage:I AM 40 A mom Adventurous Courageous Loyal Consistent Sexy Assertive Candid - I entered a contest to be the cover girl for Inke...

Assertive: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be more serious, and she was trying to uncover what was behind that. She was actually on maternity leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on playgrounds, and what she saw was this really striking difference in how boys and girls are encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So she did a series of studies with little boys and girls on a playground, and she had parents teach their kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a firehouse. And what she found is that boys were much more likely to be encouraged to be independent, while girls were much more likely to be cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys and girls were equally adept at actually using the equipment - the way parents treated them was very different, to the point where even when boys actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole because they couldn't do it without assistance, and they were left on their own So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls physicallv, the research suggests that it also contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the world is a dangerous place. Because the message that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger is that the world is a dangerous place, and that they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as well Another] study had young children who were told to make a world out of these sand toys with their parents. And what they found is, parents were much more likely to praise their sons when they were being assertive or independent, when they were telling their parents where to put a toy or directing the play. But when girls did that, parents were much more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or dissuade what they were saying. So the message that sends is that you don't have control over your experience, oVer your world annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world. So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns). https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.
Assertive: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at
 the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by
 toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be
 injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be
 more serious, and she was trying to uncover what
 was behind that. She was actually on maternity
 leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on
 playgrounds, and what she saw was this really
 striking difference in how boys and girls are
 encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So
 she did a series of studies with little boys and girls
 on a playground, and she had parents teach their
 kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a
 firehouse. And what she found is that boys were
 much more likely to be encouraged to be
 independent, while girls were much more likely to be
 cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though
 boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys
 and girls were equally adept at actually using the
 equipment - the way parents treated them was
 very different, to the point where even when boys
 actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of
 boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole
 because they couldn't do it without assistance, and
 they were left on their own

 So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls
 physicallv, the research suggests that it also
 contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the
 world is a dangerous place. Because the message
 that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very
 cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger
 is that the world is a dangerous place, and that
 they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of
 vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as
 well
 Another] study had young children who were told to
 make a world out of these sand toys with their
 parents. And what they found is, parents were much
 more likely to praise their sons when they were
 being assertive or independent, when they were
 telling their parents where to put a toy or directing
 the play. But when girls did that, parents were much
 more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or
 dissuade what they were saying. So the message
 that sends is that you don't have control over your
 experience, oVer your world
annaknitsspock:
paulatheprokaryote:

lenyberry:


yayfeminism:
Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world.
So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns).


https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript


Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.

annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biol...

Assertive: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be more serious, and she was trying to uncover what was behind that. She was actually on maternity leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on playgrounds, and what she saw was this really striking difference in how boys and girls are encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So she did a series of studies with little boys and girls on a playground, and she had parents teach their kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a firehouse. And what she found is that boys were much more likely to be encouraged to be independent, while girls were much more likely to be cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys and girls were equally adept at actually using the equipment - the way parents treated them was very different, to the point where even when boys actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole because they couldn't do it without assistance, and they were left on their own So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls physicallv, the research suggests that it also contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the world is a dangerous place. Because the message that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger is that the world is a dangerous place, and that they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as well Another] study had young children who were told to make a world out of these sand toys with their parents. And what they found is, parents were much more likely to praise their sons when they were being assertive or independent, when they were telling their parents where to put a toy or directing the play. But when girls did that, parents were much more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or dissuade what they were saying. So the message that sends is that you don't have control over your experience, oVer your world annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world. So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns). https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.
Assertive: There's a researcher in Canada who was looking at
 the injury rates between boys and girls _boys, by
 toddlerhood, are two to four times more likely to be
 injured than girls are, and their injuries tend to be
 more serious, and she was trying to uncover what
 was behind that. She was actually on maternity
 leave with her oldest son and spent a lot of time on
 playgrounds, and what she saw was this really
 striking difference in how boys and girls are
 encouraged, or not encouraged, to deal with risk. So
 she did a series of studies with little boys and girls
 on a playground, and she had parents teach their
 kids to slide down a pole like you'd see at a
 firehouse. And what she found is that boys were
 much more likely to be encouraged to be
 independent, while girls were much more likely to be
 cautioned about safety, about danger. Even though
 boys and girls had the same skill level _- both boys
 and girls were equally adept at actually using the
 equipment - the way parents treated them was
 very different, to the point where even when boys
 actually asked for help, parents said no. A couple of
 boys tumbled to the ground off this fire-station pole
 because they couldn't do it without assistance, and
 they were left on their own

 So while this kind of parenting may help protect girls
 physicallv, the research suggests that it also
 contributes to this feeling of vulnerability, that the
 world is a dangerous place. Because the message
 that sends to girls - encouraging them to be very
 cautious and alwavs highlighting safety and danger
 is that the world is a dangerous place, and that
 they can't cope on their own. And that feeling of
 vulnerability of course is a core belief of anxiety as
 well
 Another] study had young children who were told to
 make a world out of these sand toys with their
 parents. And what they found is, parents were much
 more likely to praise their sons when they were
 being assertive or independent, when they were
 telling their parents where to put a toy or directing
 the play. But when girls did that, parents were much
 more likely to talk over their children, ignore them, or
 dissuade what they were saying. So the message
 that sends is that you don't have control over your
 experience, oVer your world
annaknitsspock:

paulatheprokaryote:

lenyberry:


yayfeminism:
Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part biology, part what we teach our kids about their place in the world.
So we’re teaching girls to be anxious wrecks and boys to disregard the possibility of consequences for incautious behavior. This explains a lot of things. Like… why women are anxious wrecks and men are frequently surprised when it turns out their actions do in fact have consequences.And why men don’t bother asking for help even when they really need it, and thus more frequently die from treatable health conditions (including depression), while women end up getting a broad stereotype of being hypochondriacs (and then having a hard time getting treatment for legitimate health concerns).


https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_paul_to_raise_brave_girls_encourage_adventure/transcript


Great example of how feminism serves not just women but people of all genders, including men.

annaknitsspock: paulatheprokaryote: lenyberry: yayfeminism: Why does being a woman put you at greater risk of having anxiety?Part bio...

Assertive: eleanors-clothes: silvernoctuary: Schoep, a 19 year old dog, is taken into the lake every night by his owner, John, to help soothe his arthritis and help him fall asleep this is love. this is love. this is love. Hey guys it's me again! AldenRants 33-50 @Loltubby asked me to "rant about me again!" Well, from what you asked I can ONLY assume that what you're asking is for me to rant about the 2012 Christian film Me Again. THIS MOVIE WAS ALL OVER THE PLACE. We see him preaching about the prodigal son in the Bible and how "I don't get iiiit! They treated him like a rockstar!" Then he spends the rest of his sermon flailing his arms and repeating the word "rockstar" just in case anyone was confused. So then God's like, "This dude's a dick. I'm going to put him in the body of a dying millionaire, an anorexic model, a FUCKING fish, a neglected infant, the dying cleaning lady of the dying millionaire, his daughter's boyfriend (Don't think about that one too much) and his ex wife in that order because that'll teach'm." The entire time I was watching this movie, I was trying to figure out what early 2000's low budget movie this was like and I finally decided on "Freaky Friday having a seizure." THIS BODYSNATCHING MINISTER MADE FOR THE WORST BODYSNATCHER EVER. DURING THIS GOD-ORDAINED DRUG TRIP, HE ALLEGEDLY CAUSES TWO PEOPLE TO DIE AND GETS ANOTHER ONE ARRESTED BECAUSE HE PULLED A 17 AGAIN AND WAS TRYING TO GET BACK TOGETHER WITH HIS WIFE WHILE STILL IN THE BODY OF A TEENAGE BOY. So what does he do once he's back to normal you ask? He somehow infiltrates the old millionaire's security and sneaks into his limousine to tell him "Hey, you're going to die alone one day" THEN FUCKING GUESS WHAT?? HE FUCKING HANDCUFFS HIS DAUGHTER'S BOYFRIEND WHILE HE'S ASLEEP IN BED AND STUFFS A SOCK IN HIS MOUTH AND TELLS HIM "If you yell for help, I'm going to blackmail you by telling your parents about the porn magazine under your bed." THE BOY'S DONE LITERALLY NOTHING TO HIM EXCEPT SAY "Hey, nice car" THE MAN DIDN'T EVEN ATTACH THE HANDCUFFS TO ANYTHING BEING THE STEREOTYPICALLY BLONDE DOMINATRIX HE IS I GUESS. Oh, and he steals the goldfish he inhabited from the Italian restaurant because we would've all been devastated if he forgot about the fish. So in the end his wife's like "Oo yeah I love a man who's assertive like that," and then THEY GET BACK TOGETHER. GREAT MOVIE GUYS, STRONGLY RECOMMEND
Assertive: eleanors-clothes:
 silvernoctuary:
 Schoep, a 19 year old dog, is
 taken into the lake every night by
 his owner, John, to help soothe
 his arthritis and help him fall
 asleep
 this is love. this is love. this is love.
Hey guys it's me again! AldenRants 33-50 @Loltubby asked me to "rant about me again!" Well, from what you asked I can ONLY assume that what you're asking is for me to rant about the 2012 Christian film Me Again. THIS MOVIE WAS ALL OVER THE PLACE. We see him preaching about the prodigal son in the Bible and how "I don't get iiiit! They treated him like a rockstar!" Then he spends the rest of his sermon flailing his arms and repeating the word "rockstar" just in case anyone was confused. So then God's like, "This dude's a dick. I'm going to put him in the body of a dying millionaire, an anorexic model, a FUCKING fish, a neglected infant, the dying cleaning lady of the dying millionaire, his daughter's boyfriend (Don't think about that one too much) and his ex wife in that order because that'll teach'm." The entire time I was watching this movie, I was trying to figure out what early 2000's low budget movie this was like and I finally decided on "Freaky Friday having a seizure." THIS BODYSNATCHING MINISTER MADE FOR THE WORST BODYSNATCHER EVER. DURING THIS GOD-ORDAINED DRUG TRIP, HE ALLEGEDLY CAUSES TWO PEOPLE TO DIE AND GETS ANOTHER ONE ARRESTED BECAUSE HE PULLED A 17 AGAIN AND WAS TRYING TO GET BACK TOGETHER WITH HIS WIFE WHILE STILL IN THE BODY OF A TEENAGE BOY. So what does he do once he's back to normal you ask? He somehow infiltrates the old millionaire's security and sneaks into his limousine to tell him "Hey, you're going to die alone one day" THEN FUCKING GUESS WHAT?? HE FUCKING HANDCUFFS HIS DAUGHTER'S BOYFRIEND WHILE HE'S ASLEEP IN BED AND STUFFS A SOCK IN HIS MOUTH AND TELLS HIM "If you yell for help, I'm going to blackmail you by telling your parents about the porn magazine under your bed." THE BOY'S DONE LITERALLY NOTHING TO HIM EXCEPT SAY "Hey, nice car" THE MAN DIDN'T EVEN ATTACH THE HANDCUFFS TO ANYTHING BEING THE STEREOTYPICALLY BLONDE DOMINATRIX HE IS I GUESS. Oh, and he steals the goldfish he inhabited from the Italian restaurant because we would've all been devastated if he forgot about the fish. So in the end his wife's like "Oo yeah I love a man who's assertive like that," and then THEY GET BACK TOGETHER. GREAT MOVIE GUYS, STRONGLY RECOMMEND

Hey guys it's me again! AldenRants 33-50 @Loltubby asked me to "rant about me again!" Well, from what you asked I can ONLY assume that wh...