Heinrich Lossow 1843 – 1897
Pisces Zodiac Facts
I reblog this everytime it’s on my dash. A lot of people think an anxiety attack is always hyperventilating and freaking out. I don’t know how it is for everybody but I can have anxiety attacks where I just feel like I’m not breathing enough even though I am and start getting sweaty, heart races and sudden urge to escape no matter what I’m doing. Most don’t think that’s an “attack” but until you’ve felt it you don’t know how claustrophobic it actually makes you feel.
its so scary
NAUSEA & VOMITING
The first few anxiety attacks I ever had I was so scared that I was actually dying. I had no idea what was going on.
I had a really bad one a while ago. I ended up hiding in my closet, my back against the wall, terrified that someone might come up behind me if I didn’t. I can’t remember what triggered it, all I know was that I was certain I was going to die. I had a friend texting me who was trying to talk me through it and every time my phone would light up saying that he had responded the panic got worse but I was so scared of being alone.
I actually thought I was dying.
I was stuck in there for 3 hours
“Money Can’t Buy You Happiness, But Money Can Buy You A Baby Goat, Which Is A Ball Of Happiness” ~Phillard Von Chester
Have fun looking at baby goats and hope your day gets better!
I wanna be as happy as these little guys
this just made me happy lol
I don’t know why I have high hopes…nothing has changed……
I saw this video on facebook yesterday and I wanna clear something up.
This rabbit is not relaxed. Throughout the video, the rabbit is stiff as a board.
When rabbits are flipped onto their backs, they go into tonic immobility, which is a natural state of paralysis that rabbits and some other animals sink into. This is a protective, stress-induced behaviour that would protect them from potential threats, much like ‘playing dead’.
This is not a cute video of a rabbit enjoying a bath. This is a video of a rabbit showing stress-induced behaviour that has been known to kill rabbits. In this state, the heart and respiration rates of the rabbit lower significantly and if left for a long period of time - such as having a ‘nice relaxing bath’, can cause suffocation or indeed, a stress-induced heart atack.
A study led by Dr. Anne McBride of the University of Southampton found that rabbits show signs of extreme stress after an episode of tonic immobility. Another danger of placing a rabbit on his back is that he could break his back if he struggles against being turned over.
Never purposely place your rabbit into tonic immobility unless for medical reasons - meaning, if you’re a veterinarian or an EXPERIENCED rabbit handler or groomer. Intentionally inflicting severe stress on your pet to gain views for your cute video is fucking disgusting and abusive.
^^thank you…I have gotten so suk as tired of seein this shit and people thinking its cute and normal behavior.