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Hunter Thomson

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About Hunter Thomson

  • Rank
    Manic Poster

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  • Age in Years
    27
  • Gender
    Male
  • Sexuality
    Gay
  • Favorite Genres
    Adventure
    Comedy
    Drama
  • Location
    Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Interests
    Sports, politics, activism, chess, research, history, video games.

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  1. Thank god Vancouver Pride is finally over. Can't wait for Burnaby Pride tomorrow!

     

    ....someone please rescue me. 😐 

    1. ancientrichard
    2. wildone

      wildone

      Sorry, you're on your own :P

       

       

    3. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      @wildone me too! That was hours of trying to talk up the organization I was representing. My voice was shot by the end, and on Saturday we go again!

  2. One way or the other, my master's degree will be ending soon. I am done with the games.

    1. Reader1810

      Reader1810

      You can do it, Hunter! :yes:

  3. Happy Pride, part 1!

  4. I haven't decided how long I'll continue to see them, its all so new to me still. I'm glad that you have someone that you trust to help you, tim. My person does use gendered pronouns for themselves, but I prefer to keep that quiet for now. Everything is interconnected, but it feels like we're only scratching at the surface so far. I guess the really hard stuff comes later, once there's a measure of trust that's been built. One of the things we've been talking a lot about is my expectations, and how those aren't always reasonable. I'm working hard at trying to scale my expectations to be based on achievements, not on timetables or other arbitrary information. Take care of yourself as well, my friend.
  5. Therapy. Counseling. Mental health. Talking doctor. Whatever your choice word for it, that seems to be where I've landed. BEFORE THE PANIC SETS IN, I'M FINE. Well... that's a relative term, but there's no need to worry about me. I've been feeling depressed and uncertain about my future for a long time now, and it's getting in the way of my work. It's not what I thought it would be. For one thing, I don't come close to fitting on the damned couch. My person seems to like cognitive behaviour therapy. They're challenging me. Making me articulate what I believe, where those beliefs came from and how they affect my life in subtle and not so subtle ways. I don't know what I'm supposed to feel after sessions, though I'm going to guess that having sore legs is not typical. I don't like feeling so exposed. It's good for me to think about the things they're having me think about, but the way they stare at me... I feel like a science project run amok. They look at me the way I look at a particularly dismal essay response, just sitting there studying it, trying to figure out what to do with it. It's been very superficial so far, we're still establishing who we both are in the process and nobody seems interested in delving too deeply into my childhood, which is a kindness. I do think I chose well. My person has a similar background to me, at least in some ways. I confess I don't know them overly well yet, but we both have sports and being LGBTQ in common, so I can talk about those sorts of things much more freely than I otherwise would. More to the point, I don't have to explain things about my athletics frustrations because they get it, they've been there and can talk to me about those same issues from my own perspective instead of just a counselor's perspective, which can feel patronizing at times. It's only been a couple of sessions, but it seems to be helping? I have some more motivation to do things that I need to do for work and for school. I'm not lapsing into melancholy each night and questioning everything I do. I still have a LOT to work through though, and it's nice to have someone who can help me work through things. Anyways, that's me. I guess this is my new project now, fixing myself. Yay me.
  6. Hi cutie! how's you?

  7. Happy Birthday Hunter!

    1. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      Thank you daddy!

  8. Happy Birthday Hunter! :hug: 

    1. Headstall

      Headstall

      Happy Birthday, Hunter! :hug: 

    2. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      Oh dear me, look at all the love on my profile. Thank you both! :heart: 

  9. 😁 Have a great one!  Happy Birthday! 

    1. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      Thank you tim, I appreciate it! I hope you're doing well :) 

  10. HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUNTER 🎉

    1. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      Thank you very much Dugh!

  11. Happy, happy birthday, to you! 🥳 Hope you have a grand day, Hunter! 

    1. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      Thank you so much. It's been a bit of a day with teaching, but I'm home now!

  12. Happy Birthday Hunter!! :wizard:

     

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    1. MacGreg

      MacGreg

      Great cake, Reader. Happy Birthday, Hunter!

    2. Hunter Thomson

      Hunter Thomson

      That cake is making me squeeeee! I love that cake, thank you so much for sending me such warm (cold?) birthday wishes!

    3. Reader1810

      Reader1810

      You’re welcome, Hunter. I saw it and was reminded of the moment in your avatar. :) 

  13. New Year's resolution: Actually gain the twenty pounds I resolved to gain in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Come on metabolism, work with me here!

     

     

    ...Just kidding. We all know this is going to end in tragic failure as usual :P 

    1. Ashi

      Ashi

      New Year's Resolution, donate 20 pounds of weight to @Hunter Thomson

  14. Troye Sivan's blue neighbourhood trilogy The three songs are meant to be played in sequence, and follow a fictional queer teen (teens?) growing up.
  15. Hunter Thomson

    Chapter 26

    Poor Mom. We fans torment her almost as much as she torments her characters
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