Red Grace



magconslut:

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suicidiallthooughts:

fishsugar:


Different message everytime you drag it 
This is perfect.

This needs to be on everyone’s dash. 


I literally burst out crying

i need this on my blog and i think everyone should have this :)

and here come the tears
magconslut:

relaapse:

007-reporting:

suicidiallthooughts:

fishsugar:


Different message everytime you drag it 
This is perfect.

This needs to be on everyone’s dash. 


I literally burst out crying

i need this on my blog and i think everyone should have this :)

and here come the tears

I wish someone had told me this when I was hurting, y.g. (via imtiredofbeingsosad) quoted,
"Sometimes you end up never speaking to someone who meant the world to you again. And that’s okay. You cope and you survive. Don’t let your losses keep you back from new gains."




Barack Obama (via feellng) quoted,
"The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope."



oknope:

imagine reading a book of all the lies you’ve told 



"I’m not like the other girls", Claudia Gray

Excellent article. I always end up thinking this when I see reblogs like that. Female competition is a horrible, poisonous thing (that I’ve only recently gotten over engaging in, and I am much happier for it).

(via birdwithapeopleface) quoted,

"It saddens me to see girls proudly declaring they’re not like other girls – especially when it’s 41,000 girls saying it in a chorus, never recognizing the contradiction. It’s taking a form of contempt for women – even a hatred for women – and internalizing it by saying, Yes, those girls are awful, but I’m special, I’m not like that, instead of stepping back and saying, This is a lie.

The real meaning of “I’m not like the other girls” is, I think, “I’m not the media’s image of what girls should be.” Well, very, very few of us are. Pop culture wants to tell us that we’re all shallow, backstabbing, appearance-obsessed shopaholics without a thought in our heads beyond cute boys and cuter handbags. It’s a lie – a flat-out lie – and we need to recognize it and say so instead of accepting that judgment as true for other girls, but not for you."





Mindy Kaling, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (via bibliomatic) quoted,
"Teenage girls, please don’t worry about being super popular in high school, or being the best actress in high school, or the best athlete. Not only do people not care about any of that the second you graduate, but when you get older, if you reference your successes in high school too much, it actually makes you look kind of pitiful, like some babbling old Tennessee Williams character with nothing else going on in her current life."