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. I wish someone had told me this when I was hurting, y.g. - imtiredofbeingsosad (via perfect)

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fragilegifts:

Sometimes recovery is waking up early to write in coffee shops and practicing yoga and eating lots of fruit and chocolate and sometimes it’s staying in bed all day and hiding from the world until you can stop crying. All of this is okay. What’s important is that you take care of yourself no matter what kind of day you’re having.

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I have physical scars all over my body, but it’s the mental scars I’m worried about anyone seeing. My Mind Is My Worst Enemy // Cicatrice (via wheremythoughtsare)

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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 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

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scntrx:

         
justscarsremain:

There’s nobody to even ask me!
It’s always hard to lose somebody. It leaves a hole in you heart that never grows back. Kevin Brooks, Lucas (via hqlines)

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fromthegrotto:

“Things are so messed up. I have learned to keep my mouth shut though. Telling people you are sad leads to psychiatric wards.”
suspensed:

and that i will never stop loving you…
scntrx:

         
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