We are all stories in the end

Just make it a good one, eh?

With age, well we get older obviously. We get better. We’re like cheese. Lots of things, we improve. In shop. We’re in better shape. We pay attention to every detail. We learn patience. We take more risks… a lot more. Fashion, psh! We embrace fashion. We know how to please a crowd. We expand. (x)

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Mesa Arts Center, Phoenix, AZ - June 3rd, 2014

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Scotland John & Tina Reid

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thegirlofnovels:

The Mental Illnesses Recommendation List
For me, reading is an enjoyable pastime. We read books to escape the tribulations that life is often fraught with, or as a way to relax and enrich ourselves personally. But books can also help us better understand certain mental illnesses and social issues that some of us would otherwise never be exposed to. The books listed below all deal with the aforementioned topics and while there are some I haven’t read yet, they come highly recommended. Beside each title, I’ll write the general topic(s) that are dealt with in each book. Feel free to add to the list.
Biography/Memoir
Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia by Marya Hornbacher (x) - bulimia, anorexia
Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen (x) - personality disorder
Adult Fiction 
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (x) - depression
The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick (x) - bipolar disorder
Young Adult Fiction
Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - anorexia
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - rape, sexual assault, depression, bullying
It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini (x) - depression, self-harm, sexual abuse
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick (x) - self harm, depression
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (x) - anxiety, bullying, sexual abuse/assault
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (x) - suicide, depression
Impulse by Ellen Hopkins (but honestly, any book of hers will do) (x) - drug use, sexual abuse/assault, self harm
The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - PTSD
Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta (x) - depression

thegirlofnovels:

The Mental Illnesses Recommendation List

For me, reading is an enjoyable pastime. We read books to escape the tribulations that life is often fraught with, or as a way to relax and enrich ourselves personally. But books can also help us better understand certain mental illnesses and social issues that some of us would otherwise never be exposed to. The books listed below all deal with the aforementioned topics and while there are some I haven’t read yet, they come highly recommended. Beside each title, I’ll write the general topic(s) that are dealt with in each book. Feel free to add to the list.

Biography/Memoir

  • Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia by Marya Hornbacher (x) - bulimia, anorexia
  • Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen (x) - personality disorder

Adult Fiction 

  • The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath (x) - depression
  • The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick (x) - bipolar disorder

Young Adult Fiction

  • Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - anorexia
  • Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - rape, sexual assault, depression, bullying
  • It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini (x) - depression, self-harm, sexual abuse
  • Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock by Matthew Quick (x) - self harm, depression
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky (x) - anxiety, bullying, sexual abuse/assault
  • Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (x) - suicide, depression
  • Impulse by Ellen Hopkins (but honestly, any book of hers will do) (x) - drug use, sexual abuse/assault, self harm
  • The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson (x) - PTSD
  • Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta (x) - depression

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“My only regret is that
I didn’t tell enough people
to fuck off.”

—   My 92 year old grandma. (via coffeestainedheart)

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tccarson8439:

unknowngenre:

Pencil vs. Camera by Ben Heine

Illshitz!

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Some inspiration from DT (x)

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fireradiant:

thatsso-riddikulus:

that dog is more photogenic than most teenager girls like it makes me so happy but at the same time so anGRY WHY IS IT SO PRETTY

because its happy

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Happy 43rd birthday, David! (April 18th, 1971) 

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a-lie-like-us:

Hugh Laurie

It’s a strange thing that over the years I must have hit Hugh Laurie more often than Muhammad Ali ever got hit in his career. It is very pleasurable to hit someone for purely artistic and comic purposes. but it turns out, of course, that Hugh is brilliant at being hit.- Stephen Fry

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