DAISY

DAISY TALKING ABOUT WORKING ON MR.MASON’S FARM  ✿◕‿◕✿

DAISY TRYING TO IMPROVE HERSELF ヽ(˃ヮ˂)ノ 

DAISY BEING CUTER THAN EVERYONE ELSE ON THIS SHOW 

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 » The Honorable Evelyn Napier
 The truth is, Lady Grantham, I am not a vain man; I do not consider myself a very interesting person… but I feel it’s important that my future wife should think me so. A woman who finds me boring could never love me, and I believe marriage should be based on love… at least at the start.

misternobu:

you can fuck off im not buying a goddamn article

I don’t know if this site—http://www.biolmoodanxietydisord.com/—would be of any help to what you’re looking for; they’ve got academic articles on biological stuff to do with anxiety and depression, and I think most (if not all) of the articles are free since it’s an open access journal. I know pretty much nothing about biology science stuff so I don’t really know if any of the articles will be helpful to you though. 
Another helpful source for you might be the Journal of Depression and Anxiety (http://omicsgroup.org/journals/depression-and-anxiety.php), another open access medical journal. There seem to be PDFs of most of the articles, and you can search the journal to find stuff that might be relevant to what you’re looking for.
If you know the title and author of the specific article you want, you could also try searching to see if they’ve got a personal website, since sometimes authors will post copies of their articles to their sites for free.(My inner librarian dislikes people having to pay for information lol).

misternobu:

you can fuck off im not buying a goddamn article

I don’t know if this site—http://www.biolmoodanxietydisord.com/—would be of any help to what you’re looking for; they’ve got academic articles on biological stuff to do with anxiety and depression, and I think most (if not all) of the articles are free since it’s an open access journal. I know pretty much nothing about biology science stuff so I don’t really know if any of the articles will be helpful to you though. 

Another helpful source for you might be the Journal of Depression and Anxiety (http://omicsgroup.org/journals/depression-and-anxiety.php), another open access medical journal. There seem to be PDFs of most of the articles, and you can search the journal to find stuff that might be relevant to what you’re looking for.

If you know the title and author of the specific article you want, you could also try searching to see if they’ve got a personal website, since sometimes authors will post copies of their articles to their sites for free.

(My inner librarian dislikes people having to pay for information lol).

tags → #misternobu 

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dumb jirae backstage + a brief unnoticed juhyun appearance

dameferre:

just another modern au: mario maurer as joly

Seeing a non-smiling Joly is about as rare as seeing a unicorn. A sad, unnatural unicorn that’s most likely an omen of death, but- well, you get the point.
For as long as anyone can remember, Joly has wanted to be a doctor- to help people, make a difference, and be able to wear a stethoscope at all times without having anyone dare to question it. Then came his first year of medical school, in which he realized the following: the human body is ridiculously fragile, the study of medicine, while fascinating, is borderline terrifying, and there are just too many damn things in the world that can conceivably kill him. So has made it his personal mission to learn about every disease and germ he can find, just to make sure he can  keep them far away from him and his friends.
And, somehow, even with the constant, not irrational fear of infection or something being seriously wrong, he still manages to be the happiest, kindest person you’ll probably ever meet. If you don’t think that takes an amazing amount of strength and character, Bahorel and Grantaire would be more than happy to knock some sense into you. Figuratively, of course.
He’s a little eccentric at times, sure, and perhaps occasionally a bit too passionate about puns, and maybe he tends to pry into your love and sex life more than you’d like, but he does it all with love.
And who wouldn’t love Joly? He carries a seemingly-endless supply of smiley-face stickers, can sing the entire Periodic Table song from memory despite being drunk off his ass, and, unlike virtually every other doctor on the planet, has handwriting that’s legible almost 30% of the time.
Yeah. He’s kind of a big deal.
—-combeferre courfeyrac cosette bossuet marius eponine

dameferre:

just another modern au: mario maurer as joly

Seeing a non-smiling Joly is about as rare as seeing a unicorn. A sad, unnatural unicorn that’s most likely an omen of death, but- well, you get the point.

For as long as anyone can remember, Joly has wanted to be a doctor- to help people, make a difference, and be able to wear a stethoscope at all times without having anyone dare to question it. Then came his first year of medical school, in which he realized the following: the human body is ridiculously fragile, the study of medicine, while fascinating, is borderline terrifying, and there are just too many damn things in the world that can conceivably kill him. So has made it his personal mission to learn about every disease and germ he can find, just to make sure he can  keep them far away from him and his friends.

And, somehow, even with the constant, not irrational fear of infection or something being seriously wrong, he still manages to be the happiest, kindest person you’ll probably ever meet. If you don’t think that takes an amazing amount of strength and character, Bahorel and Grantaire would be more than happy to knock some sense into you. Figuratively, of course.

He’s a little eccentric at times, sure, and perhaps occasionally a bit too passionate about puns, and maybe he tends to pry into your love and sex life more than you’d like, but he does it all with love.

And who wouldn’t love Joly? He carries a seemingly-endless supply of smiley-face stickers, can sing the entire Periodic Table song from memory despite being drunk off his ass, and, unlike virtually every other doctor on the planet, has handwriting that’s legible almost 30% of the time.

Yeah. He’s kind of a big deal.

—-
combeferre courfeyrac cosette bossuet
 marius eponine

'The Mentalist' Star to Play Benedict Arnold on 'Turn'

turn-tv:

ATTENTION ALL TURNCOATS! We have our Benedict Arnold!

superiorescalator:

please watch this vine

get to know me meme: [1/10] TV Shows: The Musketeers (BBC)

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