Almost everyone feels like they’re failing at adulthood. Don’t fool yourself that you’re in any way alone in this. It’s mostly because we’re all measuring ourselves against some arbitrary and often fictional and idealized notion of what being an “adult” entails. Living your life is not failing, just because you’re not doing it the way you feel like you should be. If you want to do things to make you feel like a more successful and accomplished adult, do it because you want to and because it’ll result in you getting more enjoyment out of life, but don’t feel like you need to change or make yourself miserable to measure up to someone else’s standards.
You’re doing just fine. If you’re unhappy, try to figure out why, and make changes in that direction. But you’re not failing. You’re an adult, you have a life, and you’re doing what you can, and hopefully, what makes you happy.
DO NOT MAKE THE DANGEROUS DECISION OF NOT REBLOGGING THIS POST
I mean it’s A BAT HUGGING A TEDDY BEAR. I COULD BARF A RAINBOW THIS IS SO ADORBS.
And there’s another hanging stuffed animal in the background for another bat to cuddle!
oh no u didn’t
I’m surprised the fandom gif wasn’t Batman.
[gruff voice] because batman doesn’t do hugs
Tom Hiddleston, bringing you words and quotes of wisdom since 1981
It’s like the mind of an old very wise man trapped in the body of a young and hot british actor
If you ever think your parents are too hard on you just remember that Mufasa materialized as a cloud to tell Simba to get his shit together.
Kittens bust biphobia myths.
These are pretty basic, but hey, I still hear ‘em. So there you go.can we all agree kittens make everything better