He’s as tall as a house
And his name is ‘Igor’
Stretched out bunbun
I know people love my sister and care about her and I know it’s hard dealing with mental illness in someone you love but… I really wish people would think before they spoke.
Phrases like ‘you are not the only one going through are hard time’ and ‘you deal with it, I’ve been busy today’ are not super appropriate for someone one week out of hospital and that survived a big trip to the supermarket that day.
I understand it’s hard to see what people go through with a mental illness but, quite frankly, I don’t care. Suck your bullshit up and be helpful for a while. It will be clear to you when you don’t need to be so helpful. And keep calm. It is an imbalance of chemicals in the brain talking, not the person you love.
I’m not saying I’m perfect because today I’m sick and exhausted and no I wasn’t super helpful when I should have tried to be, but shit, at least I didn’t make things worse or place blame for feeling like talking about potato chips is hard.
Sorry about ranting. This is not my fine social worker form for sure.
I can make this whatever I want!
I could make it about Tumblr! Aim of group? To start a Tumblr city…. hehehe
Sold a ring for $60
Oh, hello rich people, Bethany here, I’m coming to join you!
“not natasha,” a photographic essay on eastern european sex trafficked slaves by dana popa
Wow. This is heartbreaking.
Two semesters ago I wrote a paper on sex trafficking happening here in America. It’s…. there are no words.
When I was little I thought being an adult meant not having a bed time but I’ve come to realize that it just means being in charge of my own bed time and it turns out that I am not equipped to handle that responsibility.
Look! I crochet! I made a square!
There are currently over 150 unaccompanied 14-17 year old male children seeking Asylum being detained behind fences at Pontville Detention Centre in Hobart, Tasmania. Under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights it is not illegal to seek asylum from persecution (Refugee Council of Australia, 2011). Many of these boys have experienced trauma in war situations, and the detention centre is located right next to an active rifle range, with gun shots audible from inside the centre, causing great distress for many of the occupants. Many of the boys have family in other parts of Australia who are willing to care for them while their claims are processed.
Please sign this petition and reblog it.
I don’t think many people know about this but we are locking kids up in PRISONS next to a RIFLE RANGE simply for seeking ASYLUM.
This is wrong. Make a change. Sign your name
Episode 3: Tracts.