Tumblr vs Facebook My Chemical Romance edition.
Someone you don’t know adds you on Facebook:
Someone you don’t know follows you on Tumblr:
Someone send you a message on Facebook:
Someone sends you a message on Tumblr:
Loose a friend on Facebook:
Loose a follower on Tumblr:
Error on Facebook:
Error on Tumblr:
Scrolling through Facebook:
Scrolling through Tumblr:
Facebook at 2 am:
Tumblr at 2 am:
forever reblog bc gerard’s faces
INFP Confession #634
No one else seems to understand how things affect me. A crisis in a friendship that’s important to me is harder to deal with than what most people would consider “life tragedies”. In some ways, the “life tragedies” hurt more, but I know how to handle them well, and they won’t be bothering me years down the road.
INFP Confession #549
I find myself creating scenarios in my head (sad or happy) and having intense reactions to them.
INFP Confession #484
Often when I see films, they leave me feeling like one of the characters or like I have been placed into the style of the film, and I feel like I’m living differently for at least a few hours to a couple days after viewing.
INFP Confession #445
The downside of being able to read people and getting emotionally attached to things is I find that I’m always paranoid that people don’t like me. I think I want to please everyone and I’m terrified to think everyone secretly hates me. I over think others actions and reactions; trying to rationalize them. This is me, trying to please everyone, and be everyone’s friend. This how I attempt to be the popular extrovert I’m not.
INFP Confession #444
I have a tendency to like one thing about a person, then completely invent the rest of them in my head and fall in love with my dream-version of them, rather than who they actually are.
INFP Confession #450
I empathize with everyone, except for people who have no empathy. I can see the point of view of anyone, but i cannot for the life of me understand people who refuse to see any side but their own. I can feel for anyone, but when it comes to those types of people, it’s like my mind hits a wall. I can’t help but try to almost force people to be empathetic and flexible, and nothing upsets me more than when they can’t. Is this common for INFPs?
INFP Confession #439
I get emotionally attached to inanimate objects way too much, and I have a problem with personifying them too. I have so much old stuff that I really should get rid of, but every time I try I’m overcome with all of the memories associated with it and almost feel like I’d be letting whatever it is down if I were to throw it away.
INFP Confession #314
Loneliness is a state, solitude is a choice. I feel most could never experience the beauty of solitude because they never looked to explore one’s mind. They confuse the meaning of the word, and turn it into something negative. Spending more time learning about yourself is a wonderful thing, you will find yourself liking your own company more and more.