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Fact submitted by: mental-health-advice
Post made by: haibeana
on ur period like
Seeing someone slowly lose interest in you is probably one of the worst things ever
do you ever get in those moods where you don’t know how to feel and everything kinda feels mixed up and you’re just sitting there alone in your room trying to figure out what the fuck is wrong with you
things you don’t point out about people:
- body hair in places you’re not used to it being???
- fat rolls/curves
- how much/how little they’re eating
- how skinny they are/what bones they can see because of how skinny they are
- How fat they are.
- If they have crooked or misaligned teeth maybe even yellowed
- If they sweat a lot
don’t do it
- if their voice cracks
- if they look like they’re about to cry
american idiot starts off all yeah lets kick ass but by the end of the album woah where’d all this emotion come from
because every teenager ever acts all badass and rebellious to hide the fact that we’re still scared kids full of feelings and tenderness inside
This text post starts off all kick ass but by the end its like woah where did all this emotion come from
honor students cheat more than anybody
@tabithalou: This what they not showing you on the media. These young men cleaning up after the riot. #Ferguson
This also is hugely important. There’s a fixation in stories. A general pessimism about the human race. But I think there’s plenty of evidence for our giving nature. That bad, bad horrible things happen and there’s ALWAYS people willing to stand up and make things better. Across generations and cultures and nations. No matter how bad things get, there’s never not somebody looking out for their kids, their neighbors, their community. And that kind of solidarity pushes us through.
Even if it’s something as simple and seemingly small as picking up the trash after a major confrontation. That too is important.
"There is something inherently valuable about being a misfit. It’s not to say that every person who has artistic talent was a social outcast, but there is definitely a value for identifying yourself differently and being proud that you are different."