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It is always easier
To write about
Broken things
And falling
And losing yourself.
But it is important
To write about
Life and love
And sugar-highs
And nights you’ll forget
And faces you won’t
And any time
Your heartbeat
Is louder
Than the words
That make you cry.
Don’t let your writing
Let you forget
That sometimes,
Just sometimes
Just for a fraction of a moment,
You feel like you can
Dance on thunder clouds
And live to tell the tale.

The Buddhists say if you meet somebody and your heart pounds, your hands shake, your knees go weak, that’s not the one. When you meet your ‘soul mate’ you’ll feel calm. No anxiety, no agitation

- Monica Drake- Clown Girl (via yeezy2016)

(Source: sweetcheeksaremadeofthese, via pfoe)

Anonymous asked:
So I was wondering... I have pretty intense social anxiety, I have been depressed, I have a slight eating disorder, and I used to self harm(although I haven't self harmed for over a month). I have never been to a doctor or a counselor to ask about my problems or get diagnosed or anything, but would that be important to do?

It’s not the diagnosis that’s what’s important, it’s having someone support you and help you learn how to cope and recover that is. With mood disorders, there’s a medical side to it… so there are times antidepressants are needed. With an eating disorder, it also affects your physical health. I always suggest talking to someone if you can. Support is the most amazing thing ever and with mental illnesses sometimes you really do need the professional support as well as everyone else.