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genderfluidturtle: thesamenord: of-yehets-and-ohorats: monochrome-flight-feathers: artist-rayne: the-panic-button-collector: dimespin: “Why do you beat yourself up so much over little mistakes?” This is such a good illustration of emotional abuse Just a reblog to spread the most UN noticed abuse, be aware and reminder for everyone to be patient with your loved ones who apologize constantly, or have a really emotional reaction to something that seems insignificant to you. @axelrider People that do this piss me off I related to this a little too well… : Oops! Oh! I'll have to g HEY! "Oops?" You break stuff and all you have to say is "oops?" 'm sorry! was going to clean it up! But I have to replace it right? No! I'm tired of this! You can't just do this your whole life One day you're going to be alone and no one will want to help you Because you don't even try! Sometime Later Oh! ci I'm horrible! They are going to be mad Oh no no one should be around me why did I let that happen Why wasn't I more careful? I didn't want to be alone There's nothing I can do to fix this I'm so selfish Hey, what's wrong? Why are you crying? It was just an accident am genderfluidturtle: thesamenord: of-yehets-and-ohorats: monochrome-flight-feathers: artist-rayne: the-panic-button-collector: dimespin: “Why do you beat yourself up so much over little mistakes?” This is such a good illustration of emotional abuse Just a reblog to spread the most UN noticed abuse, be aware and reminder for everyone to be patient with your loved ones who apologize constantly, or have a really emotional reaction to something that seems insignificant to you. @axelrider People that do this piss me off I related to this a little too well…

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enrique262: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Disaster, liquitadors, soviet personnel in charge of the clean-up operation, “the liquidation”, of the disaster, are sent onto the rooftop of the stricken reactor 4 building to clean it up of highly radioactive debris, many coming from the inside of the destroyed reactor itself, as to ensure minimal working conditions could be established, enabling workers to begin construction of the containment building around the stricken reactor, the Sarcophagus.  These men, sent after remote-controlled robots originally tasked with this mission constantly broke down due to damage from the heavy radiation, were nicknamed bio-robots, and worked in such heavily radioactive environment, they couldn’t afford more than a minute of working time each on the rooftop, as more than that would ensure absorption of a fatal dose of radiation. Notice the white flashes at the bottom of the pictures, remnants of the radiation itself present in such alien, hostile environment, which was so strong it reflected itself onto the film inside the cameras, as stated by the journalist behind these pictures, Igor Kostin. The world’s most dangerous job, in the world’s most radioactive place, during the world’s worst nuclear disaster, these men, perhaps unknowingly in many cases, rose to the challenge and ensured the world would never known the horrors they suffered during that fateful year of 1986 in the Ukraine.  : enrique262: Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Disaster, liquitadors, soviet personnel in charge of the clean-up operation, “the liquidation”, of the disaster, are sent onto the rooftop of the stricken reactor 4 building to clean it up of highly radioactive debris, many coming from the inside of the destroyed reactor itself, as to ensure minimal working conditions could be established, enabling workers to begin construction of the containment building around the stricken reactor, the Sarcophagus.  These men, sent after remote-controlled robots originally tasked with this mission constantly broke down due to damage from the heavy radiation, were nicknamed bio-robots, and worked in such heavily radioactive environment, they couldn’t afford more than a minute of working time each on the rooftop, as more than that would ensure absorption of a fatal dose of radiation. Notice the white flashes at the bottom of the pictures, remnants of the radiation itself present in such alien, hostile environment, which was so strong it reflected itself onto the film inside the cameras, as stated by the journalist behind these pictures, Igor Kostin. The world’s most dangerous job, in the world’s most radioactive place, during the world’s worst nuclear disaster, these men, perhaps unknowingly in many cases, rose to the challenge and ensured the world would never known the horrors they suffered during that fateful year of 1986 in the Ukraine. 

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monochrome-flight-feathers: artist-rayne: the-panic-button-collector: dimespin: “Why do you beat yourself up so much over little mistakes?” This is such a good illustration of emotional abuse Just a reblog to spread the most UN noticed abuse, be aware and reminder for everyone to be patient with your loved ones who apologize constantly, or have a really emotional reaction to something that seems insignificant to you. One of my philosophies is that you are not in the wrong if it was unintentional and you do your best to fix it. Like, literally if you cannot fix your mistake, I will hold no grudge against you. I will try my best to help you. Being kind and considerate can add so much to the world.: Oops! Oh! I'll have to g HEY! "Oops?" You break stuff and all you have to say is "oops?" 'm sorry! was going to clean it up! But I have to replace it right? No! I'm tired of this! You can't just do this your whole life One day you're going to be alone and no one will want to help you Because you don't even try! Sometime Later Oh! ci I'm horrible! They are going to be mad Oh no no one should be around me why did I let that happen Why wasn't I more careful? I didn't want to be alone There's nothing I can do to fix this I'm so selfish Hey, what's wrong? Why are you crying? It was just an accident am monochrome-flight-feathers: artist-rayne: the-panic-button-collector: dimespin: “Why do you beat yourself up so much over little mistakes?” This is such a good illustration of emotional abuse Just a reblog to spread the most UN noticed abuse, be aware and reminder for everyone to be patient with your loved ones who apologize constantly, or have a really emotional reaction to something that seems insignificant to you. One of my philosophies is that you are not in the wrong if it was unintentional and you do your best to fix it. Like, literally if you cannot fix your mistake, I will hold no grudge against you. I will try my best to help you. Being kind and considerate can add so much to the world.

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