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Do you ever listen to a voice and like
Reblogging again for gif, because HNNNG YES.
Do you have any theories on how the Dark One curse works?
Oh God, where do I start?
Well, first and foremost, I will admit that I’m a bit excited for the introduction of Fantasia. Why? Because, ever since season 1, I’ve been in a very small camp of theorists that believe the Dark Curse’s creator/source of its power is none other than Chernobog.
Don’t know who Chernobog is? Don’t worry, you know him:
In pan-Slavic mythology (though dubious thanks to Christian sources), Chernobog is the god of evil and darkness. He would be the perfect source, especially considering just how many Dark Ones must have sought the hat, said to be created by Yen Sid (who is Disney and, therefore, close to God in this world).
Now, as for how it works, I think it’s pretty straightforward. The Curse clearly exaggerates the worst parts of you. For example, Rumple already had a temper before he was the Dark One. He just controlled it far more, especially considering that he was clearly compassionate and kind. Rumple also clearly feared and hated the men that bullied and treated him like shit; therefore, the Curse multiplied those aspects of him. (The change is given physical form with the scales, bad teeth, and giant eyes).
The pro is that the Curse gives you power. The con is that the power possibly comes from the above, which of course means it’s limited in its scope (I theorize that things such as light magic might have adverse effects on Rumple) and the corrupting influence as I explain above.
My God, writers, don’t fail me now.
I’m wondering if you’d be able to help me. I’m starting a project called the “Autism Advice for Parents Project”.
Many times I’ve heard parents of children with autism say “I wish I had known this or that” or “I wish I had someone to give me that advice”. So I’ve decided to try and put a lot of that advice in one spot, a book. Autism Advice for Parents is a project seeking real life stories and pieces of advice from experienced parents and people with autism. My goal is for parents of newly diagnosed children to read this and instead of being terrified and filled with dread due to all of the negative information out there; they will have hope and even something to look forward to, based upon the advice and stories they will read from this project.
Do you have advice on:
- What to do after a diagnosis has been made
- How to know if your child isn’t developing typically?(What signs did you notice, or notice in hindsight?)
- Wearing clothes
- Understanding challenging behaviours
- Advocating on behalf of your child
- Helping your child find their inner voice and to be able to self-advocate
- How to maintain a relationship with other children who may get reduced attention.
- Visiting places (The doctor, hairdresser, the supermarket)
- Dealing with stares or comments from others.
- Self-stimulatory behaviours
Those are just a few areas that I’m seeking advice or stories in. If you’ve got a story or advice, on ANYTHING to do with your experiences of autism, right down to the nifty little hints and tricks you’ve picked up or developed over the years, we’d love to hear it!
Send your stories and advice to:
The sorcerer’s apprentice was turned into a mouse. Mickey Mouse played the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Mind = Blown.
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