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Found these photos from 4 years ago ! Right before leaving Sweden and moving to England, I won something! For the first and only time in my entire life ! I think I bought some gloves or a scarf from Intersports at Granby Uppsala , I wrote down my name when I wanted to pay , to win a prize which I had no clue what it was .
I remember how happy I was when I got the Email that I won a 2 hour Race boat trip !!!! That two hours were kind of exceptionally the best hours I could ask for! The speed and that amazing feeling of flying with the Powerboat is something I never forget.
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I have always had many male friends, some questions for you:
my feed is filled with photos of so called Inst models ,either single, married or in a relationship, you follow and like every single photos, and when I say photos I mean provocative photos and not even tasteful photos of women !
The ones capture the model in bed #iwokeuplikethis#tatoogirl it's not even a professional photo that I could say it's been liked cause you love photography!!!! Maybe I'm too conservative but the only feeling I get is shock and a bit Disappointment of all my well-educated feminist Male friends.
Though my concern may sound naïve or immature, it is truly a topic that I struggle to interpret: When does voyeurism on Instagram cross the line of vaguely vulgar (though perhaps still “healthy” or “normal”), and enter the realm of, well, creepy.
I cannot help but feel slightly juvenile for asking a question concerning men and “Instagram etiquette”, but I also cannot help but be in tune to the fact that there are many men who follow accounts dedicated to their daily dose of male voyeurism and female-bodied spectatorship. To me, this evokes mental images of men, sitting at their work desks , or lying down next to their beautiful girl flipping through image after image of highly sexualized female bodies at 3pm. I do not know if this is a mental image that portrays an accurate reality and something I should accept as inherently “male”.
My question then is, what is appropriate versus not appropriate in reference to this issue? I know a lot of this is singular to the individual, their perceptions and beliefs, but how should I feel about this as a woman ?
It does make me think if I post a picture of myself and a caption just with one sentence the likes reaches more than 400 but if it's a most thoughtful thing I ever wrote and it contains one of my nature shots the most it gets around 80 and mostly from female followers.Yes this caption will go with an old selfie of mine, curious to see how many people will actually read the caption and have answers for me .
I can’t help but wonder: “What is normal?”, “What is acceptable?”, and “Should this bother me?”
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Do you sometimes think people have certain of happiness ? Like you get this amount and it’s up to you when and how to use it? Is it possible you can use it extensively in one go and that’s it? you use it all !!! I really hope it's not like that !
I’ve been both heart broken and broke a heart don’t know which one sucks more , both quiet feel the same. Both natural and important feelings, essential part of the healing process.
If you cannot seem to break the cycle of memories, the chances are that you are locked into repeating dysfunctional patterns of behaviour. Your pain has become a mental habit. This habit can, and must, be broken. imagine that a neutral observer is watching the movie of your life. Step into their shoes and watch it from there. You are the star, be dreamy, change the settings, the light, the focus of the camera, the soundtrack.
Change your views, watch it from outside and just enjoy the movie.
Standing outside your memories and watching as if they were a movie helps you distance yourself from them. Keep that movie locked away somewhere far away after you are done playing that in your head.
This golden Globe was one of the best so far, with activists accompanying female celebs on the red carpet all wearing black.
And two of my favourite shows won the best lead acts : sterling K brown for "This is Us"
And Nicole Kidman "big little lies"
If you haven't seen these shows better start watching! #timesup#thisisus#biglittlelies
When martin asked me what i have in mind for the photoshoot i sAid i just want to be me, capturing all the real emotions, even sadness and pain. I want it to be real.
Thanks alot @jorbein for capturing this beautiful memory as part of my life when I learn to have gratitude for every single emotion. Happiness, joy, excitement, sadness, stress, loss, despair, grief, disappointment,pain all are real. The best way to deal with them is accepting each and every one of them are real. Its just to keep them under control.
Our tendency to avoid sadness is almost instinctive. From a very young age, we try to avoid sad feelings. As adults, we’re quick to shush wailing or say to sobbing kids, “Don’t be sad. Cheer up. You’re fine. Stop crying.” Though not intentional, we tend to pass on the message that sadness is bad and should be avoided.
Unlike depression, sadness is a natural part of life and is usually connected with certain experiences of pain , it’s even a meaningful moment of connection or joy that makes us value our lives. Depression, on the other hand, can arise without a clear explanation or can result from an unhealthy, non-adaptive reaction to a painful event, so all I’m saying is not bad to say time to time " hey yeah I’m sad but I’ll be fine " #thiswillpass