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adapt or die

Holy shit if you don’t think mother nature is hardcore please get out

Mother nature is punk af.
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third degree burns // don’t delete
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My guy
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"Where do you go when your house isn’t home?"
(via schattengedanken)

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"This is why you should never, ever get your hopes up. This is why you should see the glass as half empty. So when the whole thing spills, you aren’t as devastated."
Unknown  (via senyahearts)

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I could sit here in my underwear and smoke blunts forever.

(Source: the-stoner-sage, via lovelybuddhist)

"They told me to pour my heart into everything I do. So that’s what I did, I poured and poured and poured. Now they ask me why I’m so empty."

(via florential)


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Oh my fucking gosh..

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cute girls who turned ugly :O what even!

"I look at recovery as this: It’s like rock climbing on a big open cliff face. If you’re climbing alone, you might be able to still do it - few people have, but it is possible. There are plenty of grips and maybe you feel you have the strength/endurance/experience. But if you fall, you will have a much harder chance of catching yourself before you hit rock bottom, and you probably won’t have enough experience to get all the way to the top without something to help keep you safe and on the right track.
When you accept help it’s like putting on a safety harness and getting clipped in to a rope; when you feel so tired of climbing, when it feels like you’ve given it your all, you can let go and the rope will catch you. You won’t be making progress - but when you accept help and you learn about yourself through treatment, it’s like even though you are just hanging there, you haven’t fallen all the way back down. You aren’t back where you started. You can lose a few feet, lose some time. But you won’t lose everything. And when you’re ready, you can get back to the cliff face and keep climbing. It’s exhausting, it’s almost never a straight shot up, and you have to take each step as it comes, one by one.
It doesn’t matter how many times you slip, it doesn’t matter if you get too tired to fight on your own - you don’t have to. You can let others climb beside you, get to know those who are climbing with you; you can let people help you and be your harness and hold your rope to keep you safe. And eventually, you will reach the top - and goddamn, girl. It is worth the view."
It’s okay to have a little help, (k.r.)

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Sad/Bands/B&W blog


Loyalty and orgasms are all I really want in a relationship

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