So…that’ll be a 14G in the neck and a 300 joules? Coming right up!
Calm down, Satan!
Being an adult is buying all the cartoon mac and cheese and dinosaur pasta, and the cashier assuming that it’s for your nonexistent kid. Because of course the vegetables that are occupying half your cart are for you and your rational, healthy adult choices. Except they’re for guinea pigs and you’re going to go home and eat all of the mac and cheese and dinosaurs in one sitting because of course you are.
Story of my life. Except I have kids and they eat it with me. Lmao
this is how I learned to stop doing it, people should reblog this.
this is actually important
Hey look self harm advice that acknowledges that there’s more than two reasons that people do it
Reblogging this because my followers might be helped from this
This saved me.
Wonderful resource for those trying to stop their self-harming! I had to figure it out on my own, wish I had this when I quit!
- involuntary and usually overly intense reaction to an external emotional stimulus, which often leads to feeling victimized by your emotions
- an opportunity for repressed emotion to inform you of its existence
This is me today. Its been a bad borderline day. I’ve spent half the day crying and I’m just spent.
I’ve wanted to get pregnant so bad that I went off my meds because the ones I take are unsafe for baby. I’ve felt really good without them. I don’t sleep as much. I feel more active, more alive. Happier. Much happier.
And then that conversation with my sister happened and now I have spent all day crying and… I don’t even know what is ME and what is my disorder. Will I ever have a day where I don’t second guess my own emotions?
— Loving Someone with Borderline Personality Disorder - Shari Manning
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