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She really loves David Clarke, I mean, that’s something that never went away but…she, you know, essentially she had a fundamental choice between saving her son and her lover and that’s not something that’s hit home yet to the audience but will hit home, I think, in this season- we just shot that- and you know when you’re a parent and you’re thinking of hard choices you have to make- your husband’s in league with terrorists, your son’s life is in jeopardy- are you going to choose the man that you love or are you going to choose your child? Any self-respecting parent would choose the child.

— Madeleine Stowe, (x)

In the first season she was this very ambiguous character because, on the one hand, she never attacked unless she was attacked- but she was really cunning and she could lacerate. And at the same time she was this really loving human being who had remorse and regret. And so I think in this particular season they’re going back to her origins and you’re going to end up, from what the writers are telling me, depending on what the network and the writers want to do, they’re going to start using her very distant past to explain why she behaved the way that she did.

— Madeleine Stowe, (x)

When I first came to Winterfell, I was hurt whenever Ned went to the godswood to sit beneath his heart tree. Part of his soul was in that tree, I knew, a part I would never share. Yet without that part, I soon realized, he would not have been Ned.

get to know me meme [1/10] bands/musicians taylor swift

You’re going to have people who are going to say ‘Oh, you know like, she just writes songs about her ex-boyfriends’ and I think frankly that’s a very sexist angle to take. No one says that about Ed Sheeran. No one says it about Bruno Mars. They’re all writing songs about their exes, their current girlfriends, their love-life, and no one raises a red flag there.” -Taylor Swift

file under:   bless   Taylor Swift

get to know me meme: [5/20] life ruiners lana del rey

The world needs poetry now more than ever. It’s the only thing that can keep music from copying itself and sounding the same.
file under:   Lana del Rey

herevilness:

#oh honey #tell me you’re kidding rn #he is a shepherd #i don’t think he knows how to read 

Anonymous:
what is xanax used to treat?

Xanax is the brand name for Alprazolam, and here’s a brief breakdown of what it’s used to treat and how it works:

1. Alprazolam is used for the treatment of anxiety disorders and panic attacks. Anxiety disorders are characterized by unrealistic worry and apprehension, causing symptoms of restlessness, aches, trembling, shortness of breath, smothering sensation, palpitations, sweating, cold clammy hands, lightheadedness, flushing, exaggerated startle responses, problems concentrating, and insomnia. Panic attacks occur either unexpectedly or in certain situations (for example, driving), and can require higher dosages of alprazolam. (x)

2. Alprazolam is classified as a benzodiazepine. Benzodiazepines are sedative-hypnotic drugs that help to relieve nervousness, tension, and other anxiety symptoms by slowing the central nervous system. To do this, they block the effects of a specific chemical involved in the transmission of nerve impulses in the brain , decreasing the excitement level of the nerve cells.

All benzodiazepines cause sedation, including drowsiness and reduced mental alertness. However, one benefit of alprazolam is that it causes somewhat less drowsiness than many other benzodiazepine drugs. (x)

*Sources included in case you want to check them out to verify the information given.

That guy, he was just sex. But you’re more than sex.

storybrookesfrozen:

Active over-protective Dad mode. Status - COMPLETE

get to know me meme: [1/10] favorite movies → a walk to remember

Jamie saved my life. She taught me everything. About life, hope and the long journey ahead. I’ll always miss her. But our love is like the wind. I can’t see it, but i can feel it.

revengenda:

I’M BACK DON’T EVER LET ME DO THAT AGAIN

I love how utterly unfazed Victoria was upon hearing that a secret admirer had ordered her a glass from a $20,000 bottle of champagne. The fact that she didn’t even react makes you wonder how many people have offered her drinks that could put a kid through their first year of college.

"You are not a victim, so stop choosing to act like one now."

Friendly reminder that Victoria blamed herself for the sexual abuse she suffered as a child because her mother was constantly slut-shaming and victim-blaming her which led her to developing this toxic mentality where she was to blame for everything that happened to her.

She tells Patrick in 3x13: “I did everything to change myself, and I I knew he could still see the victim.”

Victoria was brainwashed so profoundly by Marion that she actually believed Jimmy raped her because she came across as a victim.

So when she tells Charlotte to stop acting like one she’s not saying it to be cruel, she’s saying it because a part of her still struggles with that awful mentality and she doesn’t want to see Charlotte get hurt. In her mind, the less you act like a victim the less people will treat you like one.

Victoria’s been holding onto that belief for years and it’s worked for her thus far so she tries to pass it on as sound advice when she confronts Charlotte about her recent behavior. And, when you think about it, she has a point. Throwing yourself a pity party doesn’t get you anywhere, and all its done is lead Charlotte further down the rabbit hole.

She may have been a victim of Emily’s revenge multiple times, but why should she let that stop her from being happy and living the life she wants to lead? The more you think of yourself as a victim the less likely you are to keep fighting. Victoria knows that. She’s been there, she’s done that, and she doesn’t want Charlotte to go through the same things she did. I actually found her speech very empowering.

SH