heyfrankie:

leedukes:

When children’s movies explain life in the most simple yet most perfect way.

i can’t get over how cute this scene is.  HE JUST REALLY WANTS TO EXPLAIN IT TO RALPH, AND HE CAN’T USE HIS HANDS VERY WELL SO HE LEANS ON HIM

(Source: fuckingmexican)

snakelikecharmer:

parisjemm:

A relationship is like a house

If a lightbulb goes out, you don’t buy a new house, you just change the lightbulb.

Unless that house is a lying whore

Then you burn the fucker to the ground and buy a better house with lights that you can fucking count on.

This took the best possible turn.

kitten-inwonderland:

raychillster:

stop romanticizing unhealthy relationships.

stop thinking you can change someone. you can’t. they need to change for themselves.

stop romanticizing the idea of you two being together some day. if it isn’t happening now, let it go. 

no more pouring your heart out for someone who gives you little to no reciprocation. 

find someone who values your long letters and passionate attempts. this person will reciprocate, with twice as much fire.

americankinkstory
I’ve been through some shit in 3 weeks. 
Some might not consider the end of a relation major, But the end of a relationship gets treated like a death, you go through the motions. Sadness,grief,anger…etc. 

I will be ok. Things feel more like a dream lately. 

I can’t say I’m ready to forgive him, but hopefully with time I will. It wasn’t fair what he did to me, what he did was cruel. Like ripping a rug out from under my feet….unexpected. It’s taught me to not expect anything mediocre. I may not have super model looks but at least my insides aren’t black & tainted. Whatever he does in life I hope he remembers. 

As shitty as it was, i wouldn’t wish this feeling & confusion on anyone. I wouldn’t wish the lack of faith & broken trust on anyone. 

I can’t even bring myself to wish him physical or emotional harm out loud, not even after what he did. That would solve nothing, I would feel ok for a little, but ultimately the betrayal is still there. 

All that runs through my mind now is 2 1/2 yrs meant nothing.

I’ve been through some shit in 3 weeks.
Some might not consider the end of a relation major, But the end of a relationship gets treated like a death, you go through the motions. Sadness,grief,anger…etc.

I will be ok. Things feel more like a dream lately.

I can’t say I’m ready to forgive him, but hopefully with time I will. It wasn’t fair what he did to me, what he did was cruel. Like ripping a rug out from under my feet….unexpected. It’s taught me to not expect anything mediocre. I may not have super model looks but at least my insides aren’t black & tainted. Whatever he does in life I hope he remembers.

As shitty as it was, i wouldn’t wish this feeling & confusion on anyone. I wouldn’t wish the lack of faith & broken trust on anyone.

I can’t even bring myself to wish him physical or emotional harm out loud, not even after what he did. That would solve nothing, I would feel ok for a little, but ultimately the betrayal is still there.

All that runs through my mind now is 2 1/2 yrs meant nothing.

kaliforhnia:

There’s always gonna be that one person that you can’t get out of your mind no matter how hard you try.

If you’re reading this…
Congratulations, you’re alive.
If that’s not something to smile about,
then I don’t know what is.

Chad Sugg, Monsters Under Your Head (via kushandwizdom)

yainterrobang:

IT’S MENTAL ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK.This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week. We decided to put together a list of YA novels featuring a variety of mental illnesses, from depression to multiple personality disorder. While some of these books are “issue” books - focusing on the mental illness and the subsequent effects - some are books that just happen to feature characters with mental illness.For obvious reasons, these books may be a trigger to those suffering from mental illnesses. If you feel depressed or feel an urge to self-harm, we encourage you to reach out to the people around you who care about you - or, if you don’t feel like that is an option, you can call 1-800-273-TALK (a 24-hour crisis hotline), 1-800-SUICIDE (a 24-hour suicide hotline), 1-800-334-HELP (a 24-hour self injury hotline) or contact any of these excellent resources.

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher • Perfect Escape by Jennifer Brown • Pretty Girl-13 by Liz Doller • Something Like Normalby Trish Doller • Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green • OCD Love Story by Corey Ann Haydu • The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin • Impulse by Ellen Hopkins • Lexapros and Cons by Aaron Karo • Charm and Strange by Stephanie Kuehn • Zoe Letting Go by Nora Price • Scars by Cheryl Rainfield • Crazy by Amy Reed • Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets by Evan Roskos • The Unbound by Victoria Schwab • Freaks Like Us by Susan Vaught • Cracked by KM Walton

Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?

yainterrobang:

IT’S MENTAL ILLNESS AWARENESS WEEK.
This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week. We decided to put together a list of YA novels featuring a variety of mental illnesses, from depression to multiple personality disorder. While some of these books are “issue” books - focusing on the mental illness and the subsequent effects - some are books that just happen to feature characters with mental illness.

For obvious reasons, these books may be a trigger to those suffering from mental illnesses. If you feel depressed or feel an urge to self-harm, we encourage you to reach out to the people around you who care about you - or, if you don’t feel like that is an option, you can call 1-800-273-TALK (a 24-hour crisis hotline), 1-800-SUICIDE (a 24-hour suicide hotline), 1-800-334-HELP (a 24-hour self injury hotline) or contact any of these excellent resources.

13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher • Perfect Escape by Jennifer Brown • Pretty Girl-13 by Liz Doller • Something Like Normalby Trish Doller • Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green • OCD Love Story by Corey Ann Haydu • The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin • Impulse by Ellen Hopkins • Lexapros and Cons by Aaron Karo • Charm and Strange by Stephanie Kuehn • Zoe Letting Go by Nora Price • Scars by Cheryl Rainfield • Crazy by Amy Reed • Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets by Evan Roskos • The Unbound by Victoria Schwab • Freaks Like Us by Susan Vaught • Cracked by KM Walton

Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?