Pesadilla

Status: my writing block is surreal
Joined: August 6, 2012
Last Seen: 5 years
user id: 323056
Location: the moment
Gender: F

Quotes by Pesadilla

 

your mind is just like mine
             all filled up with things benign
   
 your mind is just like mine
             all filled up with things benign
 

HELLO HELLO GUESS WHO IS BACK
so i read a hunger games fanfic on wattpad and i usually hate fanfics so much but this one was amazing oh my god you should read it and fangirl with me because it's so perfect yes here u go http://www.wattpad.com/story/2313862-pregnant-in-the-games

 


❋  i never thought i'd live to see the day  ❋
❋    WHEN EVERYBODY'S WORDS GOT IN THE WAY    ❋

 

 

 
WHEN I MET YOU flowers started growing in the darkest parts of my mind, baby i still sleep with your name on my lips and your eyes carved into my brain.
 
guys you should probably check out jessica (deadmau5)s layouts bc they're perfect and not enough people appreciate them while they use all these ugly aśs layouts yeah "get rid of that piece of rotten meat and get yourself a very jessilicious layout today, only for $.99!!" yeah no not really it's free so jusT GO ALREADY WHY ARE YOU STILL READING THIS GO
the top quotes make me wanna rip my hair out
we're driving cadillacs in our dreams
Girls who struggle with low self-esteem will often express it in one of three ways.

A person with low self-esteem will sometimes simply stop trying. She will act as though she is at the mercy of everyone else, and is often indecisive - waiting for someone else to make the decisions for her. She may feel self-pity or indifference, and use those things as excuses for not taking responsibility.

Some people try to cover up low self-esteem by acting as though everything is perfect. "Couldn't be better!" This person is often a high, or over-achiever, using success as her way of maintaining, or proving, her sense of self-worth. This person is often afraid of failure, and it's likely that she grew up in a home where failure was seen as a reflection of self.

The third type of person tries to build walls as her defense mechanism. She acts as though nothing bothers her. She tells others (and herself) that people's opinions don't matter. She will especially use this tactic with authority figures or people who are considered "important". She's often angry, because she feels like she's never "good enough". Her need to prove that other people's opinions don't matter may lead to outright rebellion - breaking the law, or blaming others for the consequences of her actions and the way she feels about herself.

the weight
of a simple human emotion
weighs me down
more than the tank
ever did

the pain
it's determined and demanding
to ache
but i'm okay