"I have a quote from my favourite author, Henry Miller, on my ribs. In one of his books, he was writing about an earlier troubled time in his life, and he says at that time he was: “Not wholly wrong, but deeply erring.” After I made some life changes it really resonated: I’ve hurt other people and those things are permanent. You can make amends and redeem yourself, but that happened. I’m not going to say I’m a terrible human being, but I’m going to acknowledge that I made mistakes."
Paul Banks (via triedthebrakes)

(via surprise-sometimes)

"For lonely people, rain is a chance to be touched."
Simon Van Booy (via bl-ossomed)

(Source: beyondstyx, via but-it-was-always-supposed-to-be)

me: *to friend(s) online* i'm gonna go to sleep c ya
me: ...
me: *reblogs and likes things*
me: shit now they're r gonna think im avoiding them when really i just have no self-discipline
"I knew it wasn’t too important, but it made me sad anyway."
J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye  (via finegoodsfinefolk)

(Source: simply-quotes.net, via yannisfuck)

susiron:

The worst thing about Tumblr mobile though is you’ll open it up and see something really interesting at the top of your dash

then the app refreshes itself and it’s gone forever.

(via findurinnerchill)

we joke about procrastination but nothing is worse than the nauseating feeling of having every intention of doing something but physically not being capable of doing it and then feeling like you want to throw up because the deadline is just getting closer and closer.

(Source: lifeafterbeths, via badfoalshabit)

smitethepatriarchy:

holymashedpotatoesbatman:

klinki:

self diagnosing is so hard because everytime you’re like “maybe I am mentally ill” theres also a big part of you going “nah you’re probably just a naturally lazy/nasty/disgusting/useless person trying to find an excuse for your behavior” because of the institutionalized ableism that runs through everything

So go to the doctor and get an actual diagnosis?

Why don’t poor people just buy more money?

(Source: klinkingchains, via rivegauchegirl)

"When I was six or seven, I started to have really intense anxiety, and I didn’t have the tools to even know what it was. It’s always been this little buddy of mine; it informed my entire worldview. There’s general anxiety, and then there’s panic attacks, where I have really catastrophic thoughts, where I’m not in control. When you’re forced to deal with something big that you don’t understand, you try to find ways to interpret the universe in a way that can make you feel safer or alleviate that crazy. For me, it was music."
Annie Clark  (via luwyn)

(Source: Rolling Stone, via luwyn)

"Above anything else, stay true to yourself. Whether that means for you that you like to have blue hair, or you don’t like to drink, or you are attracted to the same sex, or you want to remove yourself from Facebook, or you’ve got 3 different kids from 3 different dads but you know you’re a really good mom, or you cry for a week because your turtle died. Whatever your truth is, stay true to yourself. But be a good person while you’re at it."
Gillian Anderson’s advice for young feminists. (via foxsmulders)

(via pink--freud)

legendarilyinvisible:

does anyone else ever get really stressed over assignments and know that you should be doing them but you feel like you physically can’t stop procrastinating and that just stresses you out even more or is that just me

(Source: jordanwreckes, via greenbroken-glassocean)

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