Quotes added on Wednesday, January 7 2015



It's human nature to romanticise the past, degrade the present, and create ridiculous expectations for the future. I don't remember how hard depression is, even though I might still have a few scars. I forget, when I give a freshman a hug and tell her everything will be okay, that once our positions were reversed. It slips my mind that once upon a time, I was the kid who was too loud and too passionate and too obvious and just too much. When I laugh at twelve and thirteen year olds desperate to grow up, it's as if I was never one of them when I most certainly was. And as I sit here, choosing cars and apartments and universities and jobs, saying things like "God, I wish I could be a kid again," you have to understand that I no longer remember the darker parts of being young and foolish. /////////////////////   Because this little girl grew up.




DON'T HURT YOURSELF LIKE THAT AGAIN --   
YOU DESERVE BETTER.




People always describe witty as a family.                            So who's the grumpy old grandpa always talking about the terrible young whippersnappers of today? Who's the irritating hyper baby cousin? Who's the shy little sister? Who's the half-deaf great-aunt in the corner? Who's the young uncle with all the cool stories about snowboarding in Antarctica? Who's the overly-fussy mother goose?
                                                                                                          Who are you, in this family?


Thanks, 2014.
For dumping a gorgeous guy into my life
and then JUST LEAVING. WHAT AM I SUPPOSE
TO DO WITH THIS.


GROWING UP 
                                  is understanding that company and a good
cup of tea can do  »  so much more  «  than any number of     inspirational speeches from people who don't know you.

 
 

the smartest thing
    I've ever learned is that                     I DON'T HAVE
                       »»» all the answers.

 
I don't like telling people I love them everyday.
Because I think it becomes generic if said too much.
Like something thrown over your shoulder as you
walk away without looking back. Something that loses
meaning when it's said over and over.
Saying it occasionally gives it color. It tells the person
that that is exactly what you're thinking, right at that moment.
It's not something you just think is the right thing to say when
you are rushing out the door after missing your alarm.


Why do I love Gryffindors so much?             Well, put it this way;
you tell someone you're self-harming, and swear them to secrecy.

Hufflepuffs are loyal to a fault, and will go to the grave with their lips sealed. They'll stand by you, and support you. A Ravenclaw would, while comforting you, try to urge you to look at it logically and seek help, or give you suggestions on how to recover. Slytherins wouldn't hesitate in doing what they think is best for you and if that's telling someone, then so be it, because frankly, your health and life is more important. If you're special enough for them to care, then they will do their all to protect you.
         But a Gryffindor?
                                               They won't stand by silently, or try to reason with you, or go ahead without telling you. They'll end up taking it all on themselves. You'll wake up to stupid 'good morning' texts, they'll wait behind for you after every class, they'll make it their personal mission to cheer you up. Because they think they can. Because they think they should.

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// I find that stupid chivalry to be adorable.
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I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND
HOW IT'S SO EASY FOR YOU
TO WALK BY ME AS IF THE   
LAST FOUR YEARS JUST      
NEVER HAPPENED.                 


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