+65 / Isasiah 40:29-31
  • "how can people, who swear they love you to the moon and back, be able to walk out of your life, like you meant nothing to them?"
  • "People seem to think embracing life means to jump off cliffs and kiss strangers. Maybe it’s just slowly learning to love yourself."
  • thecompanionsdoctor:

    The thing that sucks about mental illness is that if you aren’t depressed enough, suicidal enough, bad enough, nobody cares. Nobody cares until you reach their standard, and that standard is when your problem is bad enough to effect them

    (via black---likemysoul)

  • I hate feeling left out.

    I hate being the third person, awkwardly standing on the side. I hate being invited to something but being totally ignored. I hate it when all of my friends go somewhere and not tell me. I hate not understanding an inside joke. Being left out is terrible. It leaves you lonely and empty.

    (Source: jsyee, via smartassmd)

  • Unknown (via psych-facts)

    (via strengthtoletgo)

  • "Sometimes you can’t explain what you see in a person. It’s just the way they take you to a place where no one else can."
  • peperomint:

    me: *eating microwaved ramen noodles and watching kitchen nightmares* cannot believe this asshole didnt use fresh chicken in his paella, unbelievable

    (via fake-mermaid)

  • firstlovecampaign:

    don’t be quick to judge. We all have our internal battles.

    (via theroadtorecoveryy)

  • rubyetc:


    most people have a hard time accepting what they are going through is valid to begin with. Don’t add to that insecurity. 

    It’s World Mental Health day today. To be honest, every day is an uphill struggle with mental health day in my world. I know this to be true for lots of others. So I am sending love to anyone battling right now, and Imma continue to promulgate a message of acceptance, love and care without bias. 

    (via prismatic-paradox)

  •  For unhappy girls who like sitting in the sun (via bl-ossomed)

    (Source: ttwentysix, via this-is-for-y0u)

  • "

    1. Lay on the floor of your shower until you can breathe again. Water will always love to love your skin.

    2. Start writing with the intention of filling up one page. Write until your pen stops working.

    3. Reread a book that once made you cry. Learn something new on every page. Notice how different chapter make you sad. Notice how the book didn’t change and grow; you did.

    4. Sleep with your windows open. You can hear both the rain and boys drunkenly singing Frank Sinatra on their deck. Both are equally good.

    5. Don’t forget that honey will always taste sweet, but the best way to eat it is off your fingers, laughing.

    6. Remember that, sometimes, getting out of bed is enough.