flowisaconstruct:

mytra-fallen-angel:

boys-and-suicide:

Who can relate with this?

everyone

Worst mistake you can make - invalidating someone’s feelings. They’re real.

flowisaconstruct:

mytra-fallen-angel:

boys-and-suicide:

Who can relate with this?

everyone

Worst mistake you can make - invalidating someone’s feelings. They’re real.

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Unfollow the depression blogs, the suicide blogs, the pro-eating disorder blogs. The blogs with bones and wounds, the blogs with black and white. You don’t need the crash diets, the thinspo, any voice telling you you’re not good enough. Not even the one inside your head. Let go.

The beautiful things in life don’t translate to shades of black and white. Stop writing and rewriting your suicide note. Everything you plan to say to people after your death could also be said while you’re still alive. Call people up for lunch. Say it face to face. Say sorry. Say thank you. Say I love you. And live to hear it said back to you.

The word “suicide” or “depression” in your URL does not tell me who you are. Your URL does not tell me what you love to do. You are more than the sadness. You are more than the bones that you’ve wanted so badly to show. You are more than your body measurements. You are more than your scars or your wounds. You are more than your tear stained pillow cases. Your sadness should not be your identity.

Stop searching up “cutting”, “suicide”, and “depression” when you’re feeling down. Search up things that will make you feel better not worse. Search up pictures of animals, good poetry, beautiful places you can escape to someday, art, music, plants, quotes.

When the world teaches you that it’s better to be apathetic and that you should hate, tell them that you’ve hated the world and yourself for far too long now.

Let go. Reach out. Ask for help. Because it’s time to try something different now.

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shyghost:

when will i
get to bloom too?

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im having a really people-repulsed day. I don’t want to be near people, i dont want them to touch me or look at me or even speak. I want them to stay away because theyre gross. I have my exception, but i want silence and no one else.

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Things people with Social Anxiety do 

high-energy-introvert:

•go to the bathroom to escape

•feel very uncomfortable without a phone or some other crutch

•dwell on a small awkward moment for much longer than necessary

•never go to any social event without a person that makes you feel comfortable

•follow said person way too much

•worry about the person beginning to find you obnoxious

•faking an illness to get out of a social event

•Dont buy something necessary because the cashier is intimidating. 

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lynai:

dogb0y:

My name is Sebastian, I’m a twenty-two year old trans man living in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. My fiancé, Logan, lives in England. We’ve been together for years now, working the long distance relationship as best we can. It’s been rough, lately, with Logan suffering from a disability which had stunted his income to a few small government cheques a month.
Back in January of this year (’14), Logan applied to a Canadian grant that would allow him to live and work in the country for a full year. He applied and was rejected. We were both devastated, and it was a very heavy blow to our individual depression. Months after, a co-worker of mine introduced me to a program called SWAP, a Canadian run organization that sends Canadians between the ages of 18 and 30 overseas for differing periods to work and gain experience. It was a spark of hope for both Logan and I, the only problem is, it’s very expensive. The Visa itself is included in a $680 dollar fee, plus travel insurance (minimum $400), as well as a security fund of £1,800.00 (That’s about $3,300 Canadian dollars). Then there’s also the plane ticket, as well as a renewed passport and all of my current medical bills.

I work a full time job, taking 3 buses a day to reach my place of work, and three buses back. I am a minimum wage earner, and while I’m funnelling a large portion of everything I make into a savings account, it’s become increasingly rough trying to balance rent, food, bills, and transportation costs. What I have managed to save thus far is a pittance compared to what we need. We appreciate anything thrown our way, even if it’s only a dollar or two, and would not ask if we weren’t desperate.
For me, at least, the chance to escape to England to be with my partner is everything. I’m on the cusp of transitioning, and have spent a good while now with several doctors and a very expensive psychologist (the only local woman who deals with Transgender issues). To get away from an unsupportive home to a place where I have never felt more welcome is my ultimate goal, and I wish I had more than gratitude and coffee to offer. We both do.

I put off starting a fund raising page for a very long time, but when a friend up and tried it, I figured that was motivation enough. Even one dollar would mean the entire world and more to us, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

You can donate here || Logan

AYE. THESE TWO PEOPLE ARE THE BEST. I don’t talk to them often but they are seriously some of the best people I know and have been together for what it feels like ages and were practically made for each other. They are each others support and are separated by a large body of water. If you were feelin’ the need to be generous, this would be a good thing to donate to so that two people can get together for a period of time.

Please, please help these babes out they are amazing. ; a;

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jessiedoodles:

Why does it take actual effort to sound calm and normal during phone calls.

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ALH