I personally like to practice animation in my light desk and put the paper in my draft folder for layer. You guys?
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I like tabletop roleplaying games and horseback riding.
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I draw & listen to music
I practice my efficiency of the English language, like crafting descriptions and trying to sound more persuasive. I read, I draw. I improve my Spanish and listen to the ways people speak.
Realistic drawing, singing, walking aimlessly around the house, binge watching series
swimming, surfing, shopping, exercising, eating and chatting
I like to write
I love writing :)
I love crocheting 😊
hmm... i just watch anime..
Painting, drawing, eating, drinking tea
I enjoy writing, meditation, music. its calming
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A form of intimidation or psychological abuse, sometimes called Ambient Abuse where false information is presented to the victim, making them doubt their own memory, perception and quite often, their sanity. The classic example of gaslighting is to switch something around on someone that you know they're sure to notice, but then deny knowing anything about it, and to explain that they "must be imagining things" when they challenge these changes.
A more psychological definition of gaslighting is "an increasing frequency of systematically withholding factual information from, and/or providing false information to, the victim - having the gradual effect of making them anxious, confused, and less able to trust their own memory and perception.
Your spouse begins telling you things that never really happened. For instance, he says that last week he told you he was going to go to the bar with his buddies this Monday night, but you never remember him telling you that.
Or maybe your boss gets angry because you didn't prepare the report he asked you to. When you remind him that he usually prepares that particular report, he snaps that he told you to take care of it a few days ago because he was too busy. However, you know he never asked you to do so.
Both of these could be considered gaslighting.
Kung Fu and photography (I still don't have a camera, I'm now thinking about selling some old stuff to make money for it 😂).
Stargazing is something I got into recently. Then there's gaming and I hope to learn photography in the future.
I dont have many hobbies but I believe this. Whatever you do with your time on earth, make it worth every second you invest in it.
As I'm a (proud) dungeon master for D'n'D I enjoy building scenarios and props for the games very much. I also dance swing and practice martial arts, so I also spend a fraction of my time staying fit. Also I'm getting into mountain climbing. :)
I like making 3 dimensional models on my computer. I also like swimming, walking, canoeing, reading cooking, photography, and electronics, to name but a few.
Carpentry, Welding/machining, auto repair, basically just anything that lets me use my hands while building something because I'm mostly self taught. But at the moment it's mostly just carpentry, exercising, and shooting firearms.
Basketball rn haha. Just got my shot down so now it's just so fun to go out there and know I can knock down anything.
Watching anime, playing cricket, football, badminton, listening songs.
Computers cars anime and outdoors
I practice vocal voice
Oh! so you ask questions on G@G as a hobby?
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