sophianism
sophianism:

Happy February! 
Ambrosia
something very pleasing to taste or smell.
Carmine
a vivid crimson color.
Cerise
a bright or deep red color.
Cherubic
having the childlike innocence or plump prettiness of a cherub.
Dote
be extremely and uncritically fond of.
Dulcet
(esp. of sound) sweet and soothing (often used ironically).
Efflorescence
flower: the period of greatest prosperity or productivity.
Eros
sexual yearning, love, or desire.
Frigorific
causing cold; cooling or chilling.
Marmot
a heavily built, gregarious, burrowing rodent.
Mawkish
sentimental in a feeble or sickly way.
Mellifluous
sweet or musical; pleasant to hear.
Nippy
rather cold; chilly.
Rufescent
tinged with red or rufous.
Saccharine
excessively sweet or sentimental.
Solferino
a pink dye that was discovered in 1859, the year a battle was fought at Solferino.
Tepidness
lukewarmness: a warmness resembling the temperature of the skin.
Uxorious
having or showing an excessive or submissive fondness for one’s wife.

sophianism:

Happy February! 

Ambrosia

something very pleasing to taste or smell.

Carmine

a vivid crimson color.

Cerise

a bright or deep red color.

Cherubic

having the childlike innocence or plump prettiness of a cherub.

Dote

be extremely and uncritically fond of.

Dulcet

(esp. of sound) sweet and soothing (often used ironically).

Efflorescence

flower: the period of greatest prosperity or productivity.

Eros

sexual yearning, love, or desire.

Frigorific

causing cold; cooling or chilling.

Marmot

a heavily built, gregarious, burrowing rodent.

Mawkish

sentimental in a feeble or sickly way.

Mellifluous

sweet or musical; pleasant to hear.

Nippy

rather cold; chilly.

Rufescent

tinged with red or rufous.

Saccharine

excessively sweet or sentimental.

Solferino

a pink dye that was discovered in 1859, the year a battle was fought at Solferino.

Tepidness

lukewarmness: a warmness resembling the temperature of the skin.

Uxorious

having or showing an excessive or submissive fondness for one’s wife.

mentalillnessmouse

Anonymous asked:

Can you please explain panic attacks vs anxiety attacks? I have a friend who is known (by her doctors, friends, parents, etc.) for using her mental illnesses as an excuse and she frequently says in situations "well I almost had 3 anxiety attacks an hour ago" and frankly I don't understand it.

mentalillnessmouse answered:

Anxiety attacks are caused by a specific stressor, and can generally be alleviated by removing said stressor. Panic attacks come unprovoked and can last a very long time. However, the terms are often used interchangeably and it’s best to ask your friend what she is speifically experiencing. 

-Liz