The Tardis on location in Cardiff, featuring Caerphilly castle and Cardiff castle

"The benefits of shooting Doctor Who in Wales is that it affords such a variety of locations and each one of those locations has such scale." - Matt Smith

Find out more information about Cardiff on our Love Wall

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Excerpts from Hiromasa Yonebayashi’s story board art of When Marnie was There (思い出のマーニー) included in the art book Hiromasa Yonebayashi Illustrations (Amazon JP | US).

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July Book Photo Challenge: Day Eighteen
↳ Collector’s Edition -The Hobbit: JRR Tolkien (50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition)

The writing on the cover is Khuzdul (Dwarvish) and it’s illustrated by Tolkien himself!

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SHE WANTED STORMS | a mix for a woman pirate


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so my dog was reunited with his parents today


and his dad has provided me with the best reaction picture eVER


you think this is a game, son?

this post is 16 notes away from 70k what the fuck

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lettuce umbrella

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Even in Hell. And over and over and over, you know what I dreamt? I dreamt of this moment.

The revenge fantasy is often a mirror image of the traumatic memory, in which the roles of perpetrator and victim are reversed. It often has the same grotesque, frozen, and wordless quality as the traumatic memory itself. The revenge fantasy is one form of the wish for catharsis. The victim imagines  that she can get rid of the terror, shame, and pain of the trauma by retaliating against the perpetrator. The desire for revenge also arises out of the experience of complete helplessness. In her humiliated fury, the victim imagines that revenge is the only way to restore her own sense of power. She may also imagine this is the only way to force the perpetrator to acknowledge the harm he has done her.

Though the traumatized person imagines that revenge will bring relief, repetitive revenge fantasies actually increase her torment….They exacerbate the victim’s feelings of horror and degrade her image of herself. They make her feel like a monster. They are also highly frustrating, since revenge can never change or compensate for the harm that was done. People who actually commit acts of revenge, such as combat veterans who commit atrocities, do not succeed in getting rid of their post-traumatic symptoms; rather they seem to suffer the most severe and intractable disturbances.

from trauma and recovery by judith herman

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