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Gonna reblog this every Tuesday.

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my mom once told me that writing your feelings down or drawing them out is very therapeutic and relaxing 


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Female comics are my life

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So many people have asked me ‘How do I get over them?’ with absolutely no intention of even trying to get over them. And that’s the thing, if you don’t want to get over them, you sure as hell won’t.
N.E.W.,  My Perspective On Some Matters Concerning Heartbreak  (via lookingforsomeonewhocares)

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There’s nothing harder
than putting yourself
back together every morning
wtm, ten word poem - wordscanbeenough (via perfect)

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Self love is not about loving yourself because Meghan Trainor told you that the “skinny bitches” are inferior.
Self love is not about thinking you’re worthy because Nicki Minaj said that guys only want to stick their fucking anaconda in you because you’ve got “big buns.” I mean, heaven forbid girls think they’re worthy for reasons other than the fact that a man finds you desirable.

self love is realizing that every-fucking-body is perfect regardless of their physical characteristics.
Self love is realizing that fat is not an insult, and skinny is not a compliment.
It’s about knowing that those are just two different body types. That’s all.
Self love is when your grandmother says to you, “Wow, looks like you’ve gained some weight.”
and you reply, “Yeah, I probably have. isn’t it great?”
Self love is realizing that you’re a fine-ass motherfucker, and what other people think about you is literally irrelevant.
Self love is about YOU and only YOU,
so stop making it about everybody else.

People praise these songs like “All About that Bass” and “Anaconda”, claiming that they’re body positive, when they’re actually giving off the complete wrong message. Dear media, please stop telling young girls that they’re only worthy if a guy wants to fuck them, or if they put other body types down. -Paige Knight (via storms-externalized)
Sep 16, 2014 / 81 notes

Was it courageous for you to go to treatment?


"Are you kidding me? It takes an assload of courage to pick your feet up and get help. It takes an assload of courage to reach out and to fight for you recovery and for your life day in and day out.

Debbie, the anxiety support group therapist (via anotheramandam)
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