Non-Binary Decision Making in Risk Decision Making is NOT fast and slow as Kahneman proposes, indeed such a construct is unhelpful. It’s a shame that Kahneman’s work is so popular in the risk and safety industry because this binary construct is misleading about why and how humans do what they do. Most binary constructs like […]Non-Binary Decision Making in Risk
I’ve always been a tom boy. but never thought about my gender overall, but I had some issues and felt i had to change who I was to please the people around me,
From age 6 I was aware of the stereotypical gender rolls I understood the differences between a girl and a boy. But I was very unhappy with being a girl pink was forced on me, I enjoyed getting dirty and playing with swords. I hated wearing dresses and skirts but Im lucky my mum never pushed me to wear clothes I didn’t want to wear.
When I learnt Id start having a period and Id start growing breasts Id have panic attacks family members would comment on my Growing figure and I would gag. I was a skater, Id look and act like a boy I would cover my long blonde hair and wear baggy shirts to cover my chest.
I knew I was into boys very early in life and my tom boy appearance did not help with getting a boyfriend I was a show off I was good at gymnastics Id hope this would Impress the lads but just made them annoyed. My friends always told me that I wasn’t ugly I just needed to wear makeup so that boys would like me. I would borrow my mum’s foundation, she is 4 shades darker than me and I would wear bold black eyeliner on my bottom of my lash line I just looked like a Cheeto.
I fell In love with a boy who told me I was not feminine enough for him that was so upsetting for me to feel like If I wanted a boy to like me I would have to act like a girly girl.
I hate It when men stare at me. I hate wearing a bra. I hate showing my legs and acting cute. Sometimes I wish I could grow a beard and say whatever I want. I am sick of being told that my time is running out that i need to have children and get married.
I don’t like being a grown woman but Being a man doesn’t appeal to me either I just was to be comfortable in my own body I want to be myself. I’m not as stressed out as I was when I was younger I don’t mind wearing a dress to a party.
I don’t really understand non binary and still have identity issues Id like to learn about myself. I started developing body dysmorphia in my late teens I started skin picking, wearing heavy make up and binge eating. But now I have let go of my insecurity’s and have grown to love myself. I always thought I was transgender and would say I want to be a man, I am 25 now and I know I no longer have those feelings.
For people with sleeping issuse like sleep apnea you might find it difficult to have a effective skincare routine because you sleep through the day. I have sleep apnea my self and struggle with hormornal dehydrated skin.
I can go to sleep at 11pm and not wake up till 2pm the next day so adding sunscreen to my routine doesn’t feel worth the effort. although… the evidence shows you should definitely add sunscreen to your face after moisturizer no matter what, you shouldn’t skip!.
You loose the most amount of water from your skin when you are sleeping (eperdermal water loss) so over sleeping can cause dry/dehydrated skin.
Make sure you drink plenty of water before you go to sleep its suggested to have 8 glasses of water per day. also to cut down of caffine and refined sugar switch to alternatives like matcha or chai tea.
wake yourself up with a cool shower as soon as you wake up then moisturise get dressed brush you teeth est
I keep my routine as basic as possible Ive tried adding vitamin C and retinol but they seem to make my skin dry and irrated.
I suggest either cerave hydrating cleanser or the la roche posey milky cleanser.
First aid beauty oat soothing toner
Neautrogena hydro gel moisturizer
Gurru 50 + Spf … only suncreen I own
Night time skincare routine
I use squarline cleanser by the ordinary or ultra balm by lush
I use CeaVe Hydrating Cleanser
toner chemical Exfoliator
like the ordinary or Pixi glow tonic
Serum for my dehydrated skin
Hylaranic acid or Aloe vera
I go for vasaline or CeraVe Cream Moisturizer and add a Honey face mask
My autism isn’t that bad in my opinion the older I get the more I get used to it I never knew I had autism until just recently.
I have suffered with social anxiety my whole life and never thought my mental health has any connection.
While struggling with depression I was diagnosed with autism but I wasn’t surprised just a little upset.
My family have always seen me as the black sheep. shy, quiet, and a loner…
Thinking back to my child hood there were some questionable habits/oddness that were probably ignored.
I was incredibly stressed and anxious for a 5 year old and while moving to a new house school and town feared me I couldn’t cope. I couldn’t fit in or even communicate with anyone other than my mum and sister.
I think I developed this comfort so that It could distract me from my…
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