(Source: risingbaloon, via palvation)


Just another reason to admire her.


Just another reason to admire her.

“Yes, you should eat. You should always eat. No more of this sitting around for an hour with your cup of coffee trying to decide. You should always eat. There is never a time when skipping a meal is the right answer. Go eat, because you need to. Go eat, because you have a life to live.” Note to self (via 50shadesofrecovery)

(via kierxa)

“Remember yourself as a little girl, she is counting on you to protect her” Note to self (2/?)

(via jsmn)

“The thing with eating disorders that non-eating disordered people fail to grasp is the sheer hopelessness of our situations. People who eat normally take food for granted and don’t realize how much their lives depend on eating it. Those with eating disorders, on the other hand, know this very well, and yet here we are, seemingly unable to intake the very thing — other than air — that we need to keep breathing.” Lydia at edcynic (via edcynic)

(via kierxa)


Everything you love is here


Everything you love is here

(via the-wunderkind)


(Source: soworthloving, via jsmn)


Who told you
That the best part about you
Is your negative space?
Who told you
That your laugh lines
Are a burden?
Who told you
To say “I’m fine”
When someone asks you
How you’re really doing?
Who told you
That wet eyes
And tear filled cheeks
Are something to be
Ashamed of?

Pick yourself up.
Dust yourself off.
As long as I am breathing
I will not let you
Throw your soul
Into a waste compactor.
You are allowed to
Take up space and
Show emotion and
Finish your plate and
Forget your weight and
Smile your brightest and
Cry your hardest but
Do not give up.

THIS ISN’T YOUR HOME BUT YOU STILL BELONG HERE (2014) by Keaton Webb (via splitterherzen)

(Source: theboyiswild, via internal-acceptance-movement)

“The problem is that I, along with so many others, tend to accept the love that I think I deserve. In my mind, I struggle to believe that I deserve the love and respect that others deserve because I’m broken. I’m like the runt of the litter that everyone looks over.
But that’s not true.

I deserve love and care just as much as anyone else in this world. We all do. But the love I deserve the most during this time…is my own. And you deserve your own love, too.” Lara Parker, Accepting The Love We Think We Deserve (via larmoyante)

(via internal-acceptance-movement)



little things that help ease symptoms of depression:

  • turn the lights on and open a window
  • eat something healthy and drink ice cold water
  • find a comforting album to listen to whenever things get bad
  • take a long, relaxing bath
  • do yourself up in full make up and hair
  • be around people, even if you don’t think it will help
  • watch something funny on netflix
  • wear your favorite/most comfortable outfit
  • immerse yourself in a hobby like drawing
  • lose yourself in a really good book or movie

(Source: tofugoddess, via internal-acceptance-movement)

“I want to get more comfortable being uncomfortable. I want to get more confident being uncertain. I don’t want to shrink back just because something isn’t easy. I want to push back, and make more room in the area between I can’t and I can.” Kristin Armstrong  (via herkindoftea)

(Source: psych-facts, via jsmn)

“Your eating disorder is lying to you. Don’t believe a word it says.
You will not be happier if you lose weight, you will be miserable.
You will not feel better if you lose weight, you will feel like you are dying.
Your eating disorder will never tell you you are beautiful, it will never tell you the truth, don’t trust it, don’t indulge it. Don’t believe a word it says.” I need to stop listening to my eating disorder. (via metamorphosisofmeg)

(via kidleykindly)

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