one out of one of us dies, 
some don’t give a fuck
nothing will change us
the end of this life is
the beginning was 
the middle of somewhere 
there you will be stuck
trying to not try
working hard at nothing
giving everything to one
leaving nothing behind
leaving yourself in a bind
running on empty 
fucking on fumes
dying to make 
the world stop 
and for fuck’s sake 
just notice you
~sologirlaboutitall

one out of one of us dies, 

some don’t give a fuck

nothing will change us

the end of this life is

the beginning was 

the middle of somewhere 

there you will be stuck

trying to not try

working hard at nothing

giving everything to one

leaving nothing behind

leaving yourself in a bind

running on empty 

fucking on fumes

dying to make 

the world stop 

and for fuck’s sake 

just notice you

~sologirlaboutitall

honeyforthehomeless:

Charles Bukowski

Stay open ~sologirl

honeyforthehomeless:

Charles Bukowski

Stay open ~sologirl

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Instead of trying to know or judge to navigate…

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"Instead of trying to know or judge to navigate into the right crowd of
people, just feel your way around. We humans are equipped with quite a
beautiful and accurate intuition when it comes to each other. I personally
have ignored the gut feeling about some people and wasted years of my life.
That may be because I think I am smarter than my gut instinct….. I am
figuring that shit out. &;sologirlaboutitall
men …”

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all-that-glistens:

The struggle is real

Right?

all-that-glistens:

The struggle is real

Right?

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Gratitude, Uhm Thank You? I totally want…

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"Gratitude, Uhm Thank You?
I totally want to start out with ‘you know what really grinds my gears?’
But I am not a 300lb white man. Even better is what is on my mind right now
and that is gratitude. Things, events, situations in my life all bring to
me little messages throughout the day everyday, also the most random people
will say something out of character but I am too caught up in the message
to decide weather it was like a glitch in the matrix or did that person say
something really wise…”

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nativeamericannews:

Treat all men alike.

nativeamericannews:

Treat all men alike.

Good morning..

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I literally just told someone that I understand that I am a woman of integrity and strength of character. However, I happen to be poor with no money, due to circumstances beyond my control. I do not have the luxury of being stupid. In the state of Oklahoma women like me get forced into submission or worse raped of our fire, and voice. I see this and I just realized as it is slowly happening that I am screaming as I go down. If only I had a penis or were able to live daily as a docile woman. Agreeable, silent because I know the men that I even love and respect utter words like “I can’t stand a mouthy woman”. Seriously did that come out of your mouth? I am currently raising my children and soon that will be impossible then their absentee father will get a job in time to pay for them to live and so they will be with him, he is addicted, affected, he with intent affects and is so damaged that a black hole would play tug of war with the darkness existing within him. I will walk this earth and you know what? I will not shut up, I will not dumb down, I will show the world and by the world I mean my daughter. She has to see me do everything in my power no matter the outcome. I have this incredible amount of hope and believe I am going to make it. No matter how desperate I always wake up and am feeling like wow it is here still the hope. ~sologirlaboutitall

I literally just told someone that I understand that I am a woman of integrity and strength of character. However, I happen to be poor with no money, due to circumstances beyond my control. I do not have the luxury of being stupid. In the state of Oklahoma women like me get forced into submission or worse raped of our fire, and voice. I see this and I just realized as it is slowly happening that I am screaming as I go down. If only I had a penis or were able to live daily as a docile woman. Agreeable, silent because I know the men that I even love and respect utter words like “I can’t stand a mouthy woman”. Seriously did that come out of your mouth? I am currently raising my children and soon that will be impossible then their absentee father will get a job in time to pay for them to live and so they will be with him, he is addicted, affected, he with intent affects and is so damaged that a black hole would play tug of war with the darkness existing within him. I will walk this earth and you know what? I will not shut up, I will not dumb down, I will show the world and by the world I mean my daughter. She has to see me do everything in my power no matter the outcome. I have this incredible amount of hope and believe I am going to make it. No matter how desperate I always wake up and am feeling like wow it is here still the hope. ~sologirlaboutitall

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Scientists discover brain’s anti-distraction system
Two Simon Fraser University psychologists have made a brain-related discovery that could revolutionize doctors’ perception and treatment of attention-deficit disorders.
This discovery opens up the possibility that environmental and/or genetic factors may hinder or suppress a specific brain activity that the researchers have identified as helping us prevent distraction.
The Journal of Neuroscience has just published a paper about the discovery by John McDonald, an associate professor of psychology and his doctoral student John Gaspar, who made the discovery during his master’s thesis research.
This is the first study to reveal our brains rely on an active suppression mechanism to avoid being distracted by salient irrelevant information when we want to focus on a particular item or task.
McDonald, a Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience, and other scientists first discovered the existence of the specific neural index of suppression in his lab in 2009. But, until now, little was known about how it helps us ignore visual distractions.
“This is an important discovery for neuroscientists and psychologists because most contemporary ideas of attention highlight brain processes that are involved in picking out relevant objects from the visual field. It’s like finding Waldo in a Where’s Waldo illustration,” says Gaspar, the study’s lead author.
“Our results show clearly that this is only one part of the equation and that active suppression of the irrelevant objects is another important part.”
Given the proliferation of distracting consumer devices in our technology-driven, fast-paced society, the psychologists say their discovery could help scientists and health care professionals better treat individuals with distraction-related attentional deficits.
“Distraction is a leading cause of injury and death in driving and other high-stakes environments,” notes McDonald, the study’s senior author. “There are individual differences in the ability to deal with distraction. New electronic products are designed to grab attention. Suppressing such signals takes effort, and sometimes people can’t seem to do it.
“Moreover, disorders associated with attention deficits, such as ADHD and schizophrenia, may turn out to be due to difficulties in suppressing irrelevant objects rather than difficulty selecting relevant ones.”
The researchers are now turning their attention to understanding how we deal with distraction. They’re looking at when and why we can’t suppress potentially distracting objects, whether some of us are better at doing so and why that is the case.
“There’s evidence that attentional abilities decline with age and that women are better than men at certain visual attentional tasks,” says Gaspar, the study’s first author.
The study was based on three experiments in which 47 students performed an attention-demanding visual search task. Their mean age was 21. The researchers studied their neural processes related to attention, distraction and suppression by recording electrical brain signals from sensors embedded in a cap they wore.

neurosciencestuff:

Scientists discover brain’s anti-distraction system

Two Simon Fraser University psychologists have made a brain-related discovery that could revolutionize doctors’ perception and treatment of attention-deficit disorders.

This discovery opens up the possibility that environmental and/or genetic factors may hinder or suppress a specific brain activity that the researchers have identified as helping us prevent distraction.

The Journal of Neuroscience has just published a paper about the discovery by John McDonald, an associate professor of psychology and his doctoral student John Gaspar, who made the discovery during his master’s thesis research.

This is the first study to reveal our brains rely on an active suppression mechanism to avoid being distracted by salient irrelevant information when we want to focus on a particular item or task.

McDonald, a Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience, and other scientists first discovered the existence of the specific neural index of suppression in his lab in 2009. But, until now, little was known about how it helps us ignore visual distractions.

“This is an important discovery for neuroscientists and psychologists because most contemporary ideas of attention highlight brain processes that are involved in picking out relevant objects from the visual field. It’s like finding Waldo in a Where’s Waldo illustration,” says Gaspar, the study’s lead author.

“Our results show clearly that this is only one part of the equation and that active suppression of the irrelevant objects is another important part.”

Given the proliferation of distracting consumer devices in our technology-driven, fast-paced society, the psychologists say their discovery could help scientists and health care professionals better treat individuals with distraction-related attentional deficits.

“Distraction is a leading cause of injury and death in driving and other high-stakes environments,” notes McDonald, the study’s senior author. “There are individual differences in the ability to deal with distraction. New electronic products are designed to grab attention. Suppressing such signals takes effort, and sometimes people can’t seem to do it.

“Moreover, disorders associated with attention deficits, such as ADHD and schizophrenia, may turn out to be due to difficulties in suppressing irrelevant objects rather than difficulty selecting relevant ones.”

The researchers are now turning their attention to understanding how we deal with distraction. They’re looking at when and why we can’t suppress potentially distracting objects, whether some of us are better at doing so and why that is the case.

“There’s evidence that attentional abilities decline with age and that women are better than men at certain visual attentional tasks,” says Gaspar, the study’s first author.

The study was based on three experiments in which 47 students performed an attention-demanding visual search task. Their mean age was 21. The researchers studied their neural processes related to attention, distraction and suppression by recording electrical brain signals from sensors embedded in a cap they wore.

sologirlaboutitall:

reblogging feels like taking notes, reminding yourself …. its good to remind yourself, I tell my babies that when you say it you hear it and think it you believe it even if it is bullshit… x=why we believe our own bullshit.. yourwelcome, ~sologirlaboutitall

sologirlaboutitall:

reblogging feels like taking notes, reminding yourself …. its good to remind yourself, I tell my babies that when you say it you hear it and think it you believe it even if it is bullshit… x=why we believe our own bullshit.. yourwelcome, ~sologirlaboutitall

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