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Anonymous
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Why do the people we love suffer the most

It’s a piece of the human condition; we always want to fix someone. We want to save someone from themselves so much that they will be grateful towards us forever. But we cant save everybody. I know it’s hard. As long as you’re not the reason for their suffering, you’re helping them.

Anonymous
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I wish I could get to know you in real life, you're such a nice person

If you ask anyone who knows me, I do not look nice. I’m used to being stepped on so I fake being tough and mean all day but I really do care about people.

I’d like to thank you guys for getting me to 200 followers! :))

AND I just want say that if you ever message me and I don’t answer back for a while, it’s NOT because I don’t care. Answering lots of heavy emotional questions is very draining for me, so I try to get to one at a time as fast as I can so I apologize if anyone ever feels discouraged if I don’t answer back right away. Love you guys!

If you’re having to count calories, restrict food and/or exercise purely to “keep your weight down” and allay anxieties about becoming “too big”, then the weight that you’re at is almost definitely not right for your body. Breathe. Let your body be. It’s fine just how it was before; it’s always fine. All bodies are fine, even yours. It can be hard to accept that sometimes, but it’s true. Not accepting this will only lead to compulsion, misery, low self-esteem and, ultimately, an eating disorder. Breathe. Let your body be.

Kate (fyoured)

Taken from my recovery survival kit

(via firesfade)

Anonymous
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Love is weird, and it scares me. But to be honest I want love with the most unlikely of people.

I’m afraid of it too. You have to find someone you really love that’s worth the risk. I wish you the best of luck, and I hope it works out. Remember heartbreak is another part of life.