In the middle of divorce, it's important to remind yourself that life won't always be so difficult. Still, it's hard to believe that things get better when you're dealing with the stress of a split, so to help remind you, we've compiled 10 of our favorite quotes on self-preservation and rebuilding your life after a hardship.
Click through the slideshow below to read them, then head to the comments to share your favorite quotes or sayings on perseverance and moving on. If this is an RPG setting, she's almost always going to be the Fragile Speedster, thus fitting her personality. If a work of fiction gives its characters symbolic flowers that represent their personalities, the Genki Girl will likely get the sunflower while her animal is the cat, though her energy won't necessarily make her go crazy. Whatever you do, don't give her too much coffee, cola or sugar, and definitely teach her that hard drugs are very bad.
Baccano!: Miria Harvent, who comes with an equally-hyperactive boyfriend and partner in crime, Isaac Dian. However, later on in the light novel Isaac actually lets himself get arrested so as to keep Miria out of trouble, and once separated they are both much less exuberant. Even as an adult, Nelliel had her moments of hyperactivity, particularly when she mood-swung from calm and melancholic after blowing up Nnoitra, to ecstatic and girly before glomp-humping Ichigo. One of Sakura Kinomoto's most notable traits is her cheerfulness which both her and almost everyone else who knows her acknowledges. Nakuru Akizuki frequently likes to glomp on Touya and often treats Spinel like her beloved pet, though she is also a Manipulative Bastard and a technically-genderless spirit being rather than a human girl, though she more or less refers to herself as a girl. Student Council President at the head of an Absurdly Powerful Student Council who is only too happy to find the smallest excuse to start a School Festival. FLCL: Haruhara Haruko calms down for maybe thirty seconds an episode, and sometimes not even that much. Future GPX Cyber Formula: Asuka is rather cheerful and lively, especially when she cheers Hayato on. The title character is an avalanche of Genki Girlness who drags everyone nearby along with her. Tsuruya-san, a minor character, is something of a Motor Mouth and a cheerful Genki Girl, emphasis on the "cheerful". Hyouka: An interesting example in Chitanda Eru, who is so vivacious and bubbly that Oreki often perceives her as having an inner glow.
Kill la Kill: Mako Mankanshoku is one of the genkiest girls in anime and is the perfect foil to resident angry Hot-Blooded Badass Ryuko Matoi. Kimi ni Todoke: Chizu is hyperactive to the point where she involuntarily knocks people down in the school corridors and gets irritated comments from other characters on a regular basis. And then we have Subaru (a die-hard fan of Nanoha herself) is part this, part Boisterous Bruiser. Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha INNOCENT: Alicia Testarossa is shown to be very enthusiastic and energetic about nearly everything, in sharp contrast to her calmer sister Fate.
I'd been toying with the idea of a pixie cut for months, but I waited to see how I felt about having a bob before I tried it.


I know what you're thinking: Here's the cliche college rebel who cuts off her hair and becomes a feminist.
I wasn't planning on becoming a feminist, but after experiencing a pixie cut, I could no longer deny the discrimination women face. There is something magical about a woman with a pixie cut:Oone who knows that the world does not understand her and openly accepts this. There will, in fact, come a day when you don't struggle to pull yourself out of bed and get yourself to work. The former has some elements of The Ditz and openly admits to prank-calling her former boss England; the latter is a Motor Mouth and the Energetic Younger Sibling to the rest of the Asian countries. She is naturally cheery, outgoing and rather energetic, but will also use that attitude to hide her troubles, such as her despair over knowing she's being groomed to marry Ryuuken. Although she matures over the course of the series, she remains overwhelmingly affectionate and cheery.
Slump: Arale Norimaki, with a dose of Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids, Cute Bruiser, and definitely Cloudcuckoolander. They automatically assumed she was human, only to discover that, in public, she is an emotionless Robot Girl. However, her genki-ness has been toned down in the OVAs when the dangers of racing becomes more apparent. This is expressly stated in the audio drama's main song "First Goodbye", which is, in-canon, written by Haruhi herself (and just as autobiographical as "Lost My Music") with the line "Igai to genki!". While she's prone to sleep in class and can sometimes sleep for 12 hours in one go, once she is awake, she's quite energetic. Whenever Mako opens her mouth, you can be sure that she will say something either crazy, hilarious or both sooner or later.
The Fan Vid "Caffeine Ecomium" gives some inkling of just how energetic she is; none of the sequences in this video have been sped up. One of her recurring sentences is "let's work hard!"—cue high-fiving everyone, running around doing more physical work than the guys, and tiring everyone out.
It's noted by the male lead (her cousin) that she acts much like a kid, despite being a year older than him. When she latches onto Keitaro in the second volume of the manga, the other girls note that Motoko's the only one with the stamina to keep up with her for very long. The entirety of Mahora Academy is described as such, even the boys, by the teachers themselves. When my bob started to graze my shoulders, I feared my impulsiveness would give way to comfort. Men and women alike marveled over my hair, my courage and how I "could pull it off." The intention was kind, but something about these reactions was off-putting. You won't always want to take cover and curl up in the fetal position when someone has the nerve to mention your ex's name. Both seem to highlight this element in their character songs, with Seychelles humming her song while the music isn't even playing and Taiwan singing about making problems go "poof".


Since they're inseparable for their entire screen time, it's impossible to tell how genki they are individually.
One episode shows her coming into Yuno's apartment, showing no signs of having awakened two minutes ago; another has Yuno pointing out that she's hyper even in the morning. It's a second story window, but she definitely chooses the quickest way to get from point A to point B. Her friends Rosetta Passel and Marion Begnini try to keep up with her, but they still have a way to go.
Oh, yeah—and she can put up a physical fight with guys, including potential assaulters. It was stated that during a previous School Festival, they arranged an academy-wide game of tag, and afterwards decided not to do that again because there were too many injuries. I was becoming more distant from my traditional upbringing and the idea that I had to look a certain way.
Either way, I was in France with my best friend, and I enjoyed playing around with my new look. After a lifetime of people pleasing, I found a separation between self-expectations from societal ones. If she focuses her powers almost solely on getting a boring guy to relish life, she's a Manic Pixie Dream Girl.
Her over-the-top genki-ness is arguably part of what makes her such an endearing character.
That year, they were going for a (slightly) more sedate game of Hide-N-Seek, until the Big Bad of that arc provided an army of robots, and they decided to unleash the students on them instead. I didn't know why, but something about the idea of lengthy locks fluttering in the breeze made me feel pretty. Tattoos, piercings and hair dye were never allowed in my household, and I never challenged that because I wanted to look "acceptable." I didn't think that excluded short hair, but for some people, it did. This was never challenged until my aunt, who rocked a pixie for several years, imparted some wisdom from her husband: If a woman is truly beautiful, she doesn't need her hair to feel as such. I realized that, funnily enough, I did consider my hair as something that enhanced my appearance. And I certainly wasn't going to date a guy who offered to take me out once I grew out my hair (yes, someone actually said that to me.) I never identified as a conventionally attractive woman, and I was tired of trying. The science geek in me knew I'd test this theory one day to see if I still felt beautiful without my hair.
I would have laughed if someone warned me in advance, but the superficiality of these reactions is no joke. Their inability to understand why I would want to cut my hair, which they felt made me more attractive, was something I didn't understand.



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