You know that moment where you are just so anxious and stressed. And people keep making you feel worthless and unwanted. And the treated you like dirt under there shoes. And you just want your lover to come up and hold you, and rock you till your sobbing stops. Then give you little kisses all over your face. I crave that. So much it hurts

sorry-illgetbetter

sorry-illgetbetter:

lonelygiraffe17:

Trusting people is becoming hard

Keeping my grades up is becoming hard

Feeling pretty is becoming hard

Thinking happy thoughts is becoming hard

Doing work is becoming hard

Maintaining a friendship is becoming hard

Doing everything is becoming hard and I don’t like it

THIS IS CALLED DEPRESSION AND I DIDNT KNOW THAT UNTIL 2 YEARS AFTER I STARTED FEELING THIS AND THATS NOT OKAY

aphrodisyactesleazy

shippingtronnor:

isafeye:

Everyone who suffers from social anxiety needs a friend who will

  1. help them order food when it’s too scary
  2. walk with them through crowded places
  3. help them laugh it off when they make a mistake
  4. not get tired of answering “no, you’re not annoying, silly goose! You’re adorable and I love you” no matter how many times it’s needed

and if you’re that friend, bless u for being fab <3

this is too accurate 

ubetterburnwitch
justdia:

Meet 9-year-old Joshua. He recently had to go in for surgery and was so nervous that he brought along his stuffed wolf. The wolf had a tear in its leg, so Joshua asked if his doctor could do a wolf surgery too. His parents said ‘no.’But when they walked into the recovery room to see their son, they discovered the little wolf laying next to him; this time, with a surgical mask, a little cast, and surgical quality sutures in his leg.We think the entire surgical staff deserves some serious respect and love for this act of kindness.

justdia:

Meet 9-year-old Joshua. He recently had to go in for surgery and was so nervous that he brought along his stuffed wolf. The wolf had a tear in its leg, so Joshua asked if his doctor could do a wolf surgery too. His parents said ‘no.’

But when they walked into the recovery room to see their son, they discovered the little wolf laying next to him; this time, with a surgical mask, a little cast, and surgical quality sutures in his leg.

We think the entire surgical staff deserves some serious respect and love for this act of kindness.