today is never too late to be brand new

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why did i have to fall so hard for you…you and i both knew we weren’t right for each other. now my chest contains a vicious monster tearing at my insides.

mossivisual:

Body 8Ballpoint pen on paper and digitally manipulated. 2014.http://www.facebook.com/mossitheartist

mossivisual:

Body 8
Ballpoint pen on paper and digitally manipulated. 2014.
http://www.facebook.com/mossitheartist

The fastest way to change yourself is to hang out with people who are already the way you want to be

The fastest way to change yourself is to hang out with people who are already the way you want to be

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electivile:

sixpenceee:

As always feel free to add to this list of dares

this fucked me up just by thinking about these things

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fingerblaster113:

theskinnytaste:

I swear to god I can read “you hurt me”

That’s because it says “you hurt me” View high resolution

fingerblaster113:

theskinnytaste:

I swear to god I can read “you hurt me”

That’s because it says “you hurt me”

(Source: witchoria, via teenvibes)

littlehell96:

littlehell96:

A year ago, I would have never ever even thought about uploading this photo.But I’d say I’m recovered now so I just wanted to let you all know: You will always have rolls when you sit down - unless you are very, very underweight. It’s completly normal and actually necessary. Imagine this wouldn’t happen. Imagine your tummy would be flat when you bend over - no fat rolls, no skin rolls. What would happen when you’re standing straight again? It will tear apart because it cannot stretch! My goal was not having rolls when I sit down - I developed bulimia. It was my best friend’s goal - she ended up in a hospital for being anorexic.
So please don’t focus on that. I like the way my body looks when I stand straight, so I also accept the way it looks when I bend over. And so should you!

someone brought this up again! (so I might bring it up as well, it’s still accurate you know) View high resolution

littlehell96:

littlehell96:

A year ago, I would have never ever even thought about uploading this photo.

But I’d say I’m recovered now so I just wanted to let you all know: You will always have rolls when you sit down - unless you are very, very underweight. It’s completly normal and actually necessary.

Imagine this wouldn’t happen. Imagine your tummy would be flat when you bend over - no fat rolls, no skin rolls. What would happen when you’re standing straight again? It will tear apart because it cannot stretch! 
My goal was not having rolls when I sit down - I developed bulimia. It was my best friend’s goal - she ended up in a hospital for being anorexic.

So please don’t focus on that. I like the way my body looks when I stand straight, so I also accept the way it looks when I bend over. And so should you!

someone brought this up again! (so I might bring it up as well, it’s still accurate you know)

(Source: lifting-warrior, via fit-is-healthy)