Matt’s just moved in and I’m really glad! Conversations and wine and I got myself a treat-Chinese which was fab. Looking forward to this year now!
I still need to stabilise and get my self-esteem up but living with someone I like is hopefully going to help with the former, just need for the new anti-ds to work, figure out socialisation (and the resulting impact that’s had on my entire life) in my head, the symptoms thereof, and the whole ED thing/support down and things’ll be good, I hope. Oh and academics haha.
From midnight onwards, if anyone makes any jokes or references to waking up Green Day at the end of the month, I will personally come to your house, tape you to a chair and make you watch whilst I unfollow you
discombobulateddavidduchovny - I wish I knew what it was for me, I don’t particularly care how people perceive me, so I don’t know why I do it? I guess it’s every single thing my therapist keeps giving me sad looks and reassuring words for! Stupid life :(
@discombobulatedavidduchovy :( it’s horrible. I do it all the time, with everyone, and it just…I’m exhausted from it but I don’t know how to stop. Why is being natural so difficult goddamnit?! I hope you’re okay :)
i think it’s important that myself and other white ppl remember that we can not even begin to truly understand the pain and trauma of what is happening in ferguson, nor can we grasp the anger and sadness black communities experience due to this situation. all we can do is stand in solidarity, listen, and not derail or take the focus away from the true face of racism and white supremacy.
Ireland is in the middle of the fight for gay marriage, and many of its opponents think if equality happens then it will be the end of the world. A hilarious new video, from Irish pro-equality group LGBT Noise, pokes fun at this idea.