omg i think i get to start a tumblr for the ASIS&T group i’m marketing director of at school
i was specifically ordered to use gifs
vengeanceandfrogurt replied to your post: my prof just asked us how can you tell when a…
When butt touching begins.
scoldylox replied to your post: my prof just asked us how can you tell when a…
WHEN THEY MAKE IT FACEBOOK OFFICIAL! SAY IT, I BEG YOU.
we’ve moved on :(
my prof just asked us “how can you tell when a relationship has been formed between two organizations?”
WHAT THE FUCK AM I SUPPOSED TO SAY TO THAT
“volunteers are a different thing from coworkers”
an actual thing i just learned
and this is a class i like
i am literally sitting in class learning how to hold a meeting
ahandsomestark replied to your post: oportseses replied to your post: ahandsomestark…
ugh I do all these things and get horrible headaches 2-3 times a week. Untensing my neck and jaw will be really hard though I do it without even realizing it.
yep, i’ve caught myself doing it like 30 or 40 times today without even noticing; it actually feels more awkward to me to have my jaw relaxed than tense
oportseses replied to your post: ahandsomestark replied to your post: also im…
WHAT WHAT WHAT WHAT
yeah my PT lady has been super awesome and informative, and now i will info dump about her theories for my migraine causes in case this is relevant to others:
- sub occipital tension caused by jutting my head forward/resting my chin on my hand
- jaw tension which she worked on by massage AND by massaging the inside of my mouth what wasn’t even something i thought you could do but you totally can; the muscle that descends basically along the back of your jaw and the muscle behind your wisdom teeth that sort of feels like a guitar string, and you can do this yourself (she says for not more than 30-45 seconds)
- jaw clenching which can be helped by just placing your tongue against the back of your top teeth, making you relax your jaw and be mindful
- tensing shoulders and neck—she recommended trying to sit like i have a string in my sternum pulling forward gently
- she also gave me hair pulling exercises—basically grab your hair on either side of your scalp, or on top of your head or the base of your head, and gently pull while rolling your neck to encourage relaxation and blood flow, since migraines tend to come from restricted blood vessels
hopefully this helps someone!!