Craske, M. G., Kircanski, K., Zelikowsky, M., Mystkowski, J., Chowdhury, N., & Baker, A. (2008). Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46(1), 5-27.

Craske, M. G., Kircanski, K., Zelikowsky, M., Mystkowski, J., Chowdhury, N., & Baker, A. (2008). Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46(1), 5-27.

raksolnikov:

parenting tip: talk to your kids about mental illness. tell them they might have a hard time. tell them they can ask for therapy and medication. tell them they aren’t alone. tell them if your family has a history of mental illnesses and which ones. just fucking talk to your kids and be there for them.

didyouknowwaltdisney:


Did you Know? Contrary to popular belief Master Gracey is not the Ghost host who guides you through the Haunted Mansion? The tomb stone that refers to Master Gracey is like most of the tomb stones outside the haunted mansion, a reference to a Disney Imagineer. That Imagineer is none other than Yale Gracey a man who had a large hand in the creation of the Haunted Mansion. The reason why it says Master on the tomb stone is because in the older use of the word it meant a child who was to young to be called Mister. This was made to showcase the childlike wonder and playfulness that Yale showed when he was at work. In fact the Ghost Hosts body (which we shall assume it’s him due to his spiel “There is always my way” implying he hung himself) which can be seen in the stretching room matches and resembles the portrait of one of the Sinister 11. For those that don’t know the Sinister 11 are a series of portraits found within the mansion that are exclusive to the Florida and Tokyo versions of the attraction. They used to have eyes inside of each portrait that would follow you as you went along. To add more to this theory Disney even confirmed themselves that Master Gracy is in fact not the Ghost Host. So if our guide is indeed the man with the hatchet. That leaves the question, who is the Ghost Host? Is he a happy haunt? Or someone far more malevolent? My guess would be the latter.
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didyouknowwaltdisney:


Did you Know? Contrary to popular belief Master Gracey is not the Ghost host who guides you through the Haunted Mansion? The tomb stone that refers to Master Gracey is like most of the tomb stones outside the haunted mansion, a reference to a Disney Imagineer. That Imagineer is none other than Yale Gracey a man who had a large hand in the creation of the Haunted Mansion. The reason why it says Master on the tomb stone is because in the older use of the word it meant a child who was to young to be called Mister. This was made to showcase the childlike wonder and playfulness that Yale showed when he was at work. In fact the Ghost Hosts body (which we shall assume it’s him due to his spiel “There is always my way” implying he hung himself) which can be seen in the stretching room matches and resembles the portrait of one of the Sinister 11. For those that don’t know the Sinister 11 are a series of portraits found within the mansion that are exclusive to the Florida and Tokyo versions of the attraction. They used to have eyes inside of each portrait that would follow you as you went along. To add more to this theory Disney even confirmed themselves that Master Gracy is in fact not the Ghost Host. So if our guide is indeed the man with the hatchet. That leaves the question, who is the Ghost Host? Is he a happy haunt? Or someone far more malevolent? My guess would be the latter.
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didyouknowwaltdisney:

Did you Know? Contrary to popular belief Master Gracey is not the Ghost host who guides you through the Haunted Mansion? The tomb stone that refers to Master Gracey is like most of the tomb stones outside the haunted mansion, a reference to a Disney Imagineer. That Imagineer is none other than Yale Gracey a man who had a large hand in the creation of the Haunted Mansion. The reason why it says Master on the tomb stone is because in the older use of the word it meant a child who was to young to be called Mister. This was made to showcase the childlike wonder and playfulness that Yale showed when he was at work. In fact the Ghost Hosts body (which we shall assume it’s him due to his spiel “There is always my way” implying he hung himself) which can be seen in the stretching room matches and resembles the portrait of one of the Sinister 11. For those that don’t know the Sinister 11 are a series of portraits found within the mansion that are exclusive to the Florida and Tokyo versions of the attraction. They used to have eyes inside of each portrait that would follow you as you went along. To add more to this theory Disney even confirmed themselves that Master Gracy is in fact not the Ghost Host. So if our guide is indeed the man with the hatchet. That leaves the question, who is the Ghost Host? Is he a happy haunt? Or someone far more malevolent? My guess would be the latter.