Anonymous asked:

I want to die.

Lovely, you are fearfully and wondfully made by God, and God doesn’t make mistakes. You are valuable because you have been made by God and you are here! I know that times can be hard and sometimes so unbearable that you just want it all to end but there will be a light for you at some point. And if you feel like no one loves you, well god loves you and I love you too!
I understand you may not believe in God but just think over the fact that you were put here for a reason, you have a purpose and it’s definitely not for you to die ♥

littledaisypetals:

My friend and I decided that baby cacti should be referred to as ‘prickles’ because adult cacti have proper spikes and if you get spiked it’s like OUCHOHMYCRAPHELP! But with a baby cactus it’s baby fluff like aww little prickle :3

Don’t think about what can happen in a month. Don’t think about what can happen in a year. Just focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be.

Eric Thomas (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

lifeofpossibility:

This isn’t just annoying, it’s plain dangerous. Gymnasts generally are perfectionists with type A personalities, otherwise, they probably wouldn’t be able to get as good. That in itself makes them more susceptible to eating disorders. In addition to this, gymnastics is a sport focused on subjective judging. Gymnasts are judged on their appearance. It is easy for a gymnast to fall into the trap of thinking that thinner=better no matter the consequences. And did I mention how self conscious one can be in a leotard, even after years of competing? Calling gymnasts fat can provide a trigger for them to start restricting their calories in an attempt to lose weight, and subsequently develop a full blown eating disorder. Given the already high proportion of gymnast who develop EDs, no one, especially no person of influence (e.g. Coach or judge) should call gymnasts fat.

I agree with this 100% so much!

lifeofpossibility:

This isn’t just annoying, it’s plain dangerous. Gymnasts generally are perfectionists with type A personalities, otherwise, they probably wouldn’t be able to get as good. That in itself makes them more susceptible to eating disorders.

In addition to this, gymnastics is a sport focused on subjective judging. Gymnasts are judged on their appearance. It is easy for a gymnast to fall into the trap of thinking that thinner=better no matter the consequences. And did I mention how self conscious one can be in a leotard, even after years of competing?

Calling gymnasts fat can provide a trigger for them to start restricting their calories in an attempt to lose weight, and subsequently develop a full blown eating disorder. Given the already high proportion of gymnast who develop EDs, no one, especially no person of influence (e.g. Coach or judge) should call gymnasts fat.

I agree with this 100% so much!

granola-soul:

The world is a beautiful place and I deserve to live and experience it. I deserve to be human and do things because they’re interesting and fascinating because the simple fact that we exist is purpose enough to live.

This morning is such a waste, I have 3 free lessons this morning, then one lesson before lunch and one after. The only reason I’m in so early is to do 20 minutes of Welsh Bac in form time.
I feel like I may go crazy today!