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official-plagueknight:

THIS IS MY AESTHETIC 

pepperandpals:

Pls helb poof birb obtain millet seeb.

pepperandpals:

Pls helb poof birb obtain millet seeb.

memeking69:

F UCK fUck DSSHIT GO D DANMN IT IM SUPE R GAY FUCJ I cAN READ IT. FUCK. SHI.t

memeking69:

F UCK fUck DSSHIT GO D DANMN IT IM SUPE R GAY FUCJ I cAN READ IT. FUCK. SHI.t

  • REASONS I DIDN'T REPLY TO YOU:
  • I was going to answer you but I got distracted by something and forgot
  • My inbox fucked up and ate the message
  • I have nothing else interesting to say
  • I suck at socialising and don't know how to reply
  • I get a lot of messages and it takes a while to get through them
  • NOT REASONS I DIDN'T REPLY TO YOU:
  • I hate you and never want to see you again
platredeparis:

bnycolew:

mannysiege:

Progress

What

Imma just let this sit here

platredeparis:

bnycolew:

mannysiege:

Progress

What

Imma just let this sit here

hikoochan:

things i can’t imagine:

  • someone having a crush on me
  • someone thinking about me during random times of the day
  • someone getting butterflies by thinking of me or talking to me
  • someone wanting to talk to me but doesn’t, thinking they’ll annoy me
  • someone thinking i’m genuinely cute and wanting to kiss me
  • someone wanting to date me
  • someone falling in love with me
  • someone
  • having
  • a
  • crush
  • on
  • me

souljagirl617:

I don’t go thru ppls pictures on their phone cause I wasn’t raised in the jungle

thefuzzletor:

Inspirational pokemon photos.

ANONYMOUSLY (OR NOT) TELL ME YOUR HONEST OPINION ABOUT ME. I CAN’T REPLY, JUST PUBLISH.

idislikecispeople:

Hello, my name is Adele, or Kat, the latter is more of a nickname. I’m a 21 year old trans girl who also happens to be a type 1 diabetic without insurance. What is diabetes, you may ask? Diabetes is a disease that infects the pancreas that hinders/disables it from producing insulin, therefore, I have to dose before meals and before bedtime or else I could go into ketoacidosis, where the body experiences high a blood sugar for too long, and basic body functions begin to fail. I’ve been hospitalized twice for this since I was diagnosed at 15 years old, and prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can effect the body in many harmful ways, like the loss of hands or feet, kidneys shutting down, loss of vision, etc. In case you didn’t know, insulin is a very expensive, novolog, for example, is over $450 for a single vial, and lantus being around $400 a vial. I currently live with my mother and brother which helps some of the financial strain, as well as having insulin still left over, but it won’t last forever, and what I aim to accomplish with this is to save up enough money for me to be able to buy it when it does run out, so I’m starting this a little early. If anyone sees the Amazon gift card post, don’t reblog it, as I would prefer money being put into my bank account. 
If you would like to donate to me to help me financially, you can donate to my PayPal, which I have a button which links you directly, or you can send it to megucagirl@gmail.com from PayPal itself. Even if you can only spare $1, it would help in the long to help me to afford my own insulin or to help me afford insurance which I have been denied help from the government already, and looking into private insurances. 
Please! Even if you can’t afford it, reblog and signal boost, This is very important. 

idislikecispeople:

Hello, my name is Adele, or Kat, the latter is more of a nickname. I’m a 21 year old trans girl who also happens to be a type 1 diabetic without insurance. What is diabetes, you may ask? Diabetes is a disease that infects the pancreas that hinders/disables it from producing insulin, therefore, I have to dose before meals and before bedtime or else I could go into ketoacidosis, where the body experiences high a blood sugar for too long, and basic body functions begin to fail. I’ve been hospitalized twice for this since I was diagnosed at 15 years old, and prolonged exposure to high blood sugar can effect the body in many harmful ways, like the loss of hands or feet, kidneys shutting down, loss of vision, etc. In case you didn’t know, insulin is a very expensive, novolog, for example, is over $450 for a single vial, and lantus being around $400 a vial. I currently live with my mother and brother which helps some of the financial strain, as well as having insulin still left over, but it won’t last forever, and what I aim to accomplish with this is to save up enough money for me to be able to buy it when it does run out, so I’m starting this a little early. If anyone sees the Amazon gift card post, don’t reblog it, as I would prefer money being put into my bank account. 

If you would like to donate to me to help me financially, you can donate to my PayPal, which I have a button which links you directly, or you can send it to megucagirl@gmail.com from PayPal itself. Even if you can only spare $1, it would help in the long to help me to afford my own insulin or to help me afford insurance which I have been denied help from the government already, and looking into private insurances. 

Please! Even if you can’t afford it, reblog and signal boost, This is very important. 

zelam42:

hayaoi-fandomexplosion:

toastheaven:

iknewyouweretroublewheniloggedin:

thefaultinourmeta4:

ghost-of-muse:

suitthehellhounds:

kylegerard:

epicallyfunny:

Grab any item you like from this list at atmost20.com/CollegeDormItems

I would buy everything on this list

GIMMIE THE FUCKIN HOODIE PILLOW

I need all of this. ALL OF THIS I TELL YOU.

i’m such a fucking nerd but seriously that ironing board? it’s very important that i have that by the time i move

So…. This is a great birthday gift list.  Just saying.

… oh my god I need that pillow like I need to breathe.

i want that fucking mug

Nobody has said anything about that bottle opener

IT’S SO FUCKING CONVENIENT

socialjusticeprincesses:

socialjusticeprincesses:

socialjusticeprincesses:

metalheadswaltzing:

mcgonagirl:

kdaziz:

purgatoilet:

beenwandering:

help I’m having emotions about a cartoon antidepressant trying to be useful

DID YOU GUYS SERIOUSLY GIF AN ABILIFY COMMERCIAL 

yes but look at it, it cares about her and just wants to help her be able to function. It’s like “I know you’re sad. here, I’ll help you.”

LIKE OKAY THOUGH can I explain why this is exceedingly brilliant??  Because when anti-depressants work right, that’s what they DO.  They don’t make you happy or emotionless or unhealthy in any way, they make you FUNCTIONAL.  They make it so that a depressed person who can barely get out of bed can start to support themselves again and more importantly, start to THINK for themselves again without the permeating presence of depression.

Depression is a cyclical disease, that tells you to think a certain way, and, because you’re depressed, you generally believe it, and then things get worse and worse.  The ONLY thing anti-depressants do is to STOP that cycle in its tracks!!  Which is something to be ecstatic about and celebrated, even if you don’t realize it at the time, because when you’re depressed, getting out of bed is climbing Mount Everest.  Antidepressants help stop that cycle so that one day soon, getting out of bed can JUST be getting out of bed.  They don’t even expedite the recovery process in most cases, they just make recovery POSSIBLE IN THE FIRST PLACE.  So this little guy is portrayed with a fuckton more accuracy than I ever expected from a commercial.

It’s back and adorable

I went under treatment for mental illness recently and on thing I noticed about other patients is that they would get frustrated when the medicine they were taking didn’t automatically make the the depression go away. Because of that, they would think the medicine will never work and stop taking it, which would have them end up in worse spot than before. This is why it is extremely important to never quit your medicine cold turkey or without doctor approval.
Studies have shown that treatment for mental illness works best when medication is combined with cognitive behavioral therapy, which tries to change negative thinking patterns into positive thinking patterns. Basically, the medicine stops the negativity cycle and the therapy tries to reverse the damage already done.
-Anna

I’ve been on antidepressants before. They helped to stop my invasive thoughts, but they did work best combined with therapy. And yes, they do have to be used continually for a while for them to work their best. Anyone who’s just started drugs, keep taking them and keep going to therapy if you can. I promise they help.

-Beast

my mum has been on anti depressants for years because she doesn’t have enough serotonin (I really hope I spelt that right) and they sort of top it up enough to give her the motivation to go out and do other things that help increase it. She goes for walks a lot (I remember when she was in a very bad way one night and we went for three walks in one night). But she’s a big believer in modern medicine because without it, she never would have had me.

Mulan

belaroos:

send me those “what character u remind me of” anons this is important do it

this is very important and crucial to the existence of mankind

sned me them