“Love is patient, and that is the hardest part of love.”
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My relationship with my followers

  • Me: ask me anything guys, nothing is off the limits.
  • Followers:
  • Me:
  • Followers:
  • Me: okay, I'll just reblog some pictures.

This is basically my exact reasoning for going camping (not glamping) with theloudestlibrarian

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“It’s funny, when I think about this exact time last year. Things were so different. I never would have thought that things could change so much in only a year. I wonder what next October will be like.”
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Angel Ball 2014 hosted by Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation

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Q

Anonymous asked:

why does your girlfriend always talk about Her depression... I feel like she does it for attention. Her life is obviously completely fine so it's kind of annoying... It's also not something people should publically broadcast imo

A

boatsandbrews:

You clearly do not understand how depression works or what it is. It’s not some trend people decided to follow… It’s a real problem. Your lack of understanding and discomfort with the topic has lead you to the conclusion that she does it for attention and that it was her choice. My girlfriend does not speak about her experience because she wants attention… She does so because she understands the problem and knows how important it is for others who might currently be suffering from it, to see that somebody like them can make it to the other side. Lauren is one of the strongest people I know. It takes balls to talk about that sort of thing in a public manner because A. It reminds you of what you went through, and B. because our society prefers to make mental health a hush hush topic that one shouldn’t talk about. Lauren doesn’t seek attention… In fact she seeks the opposite.. She wants those who suffer to get attention and the help they need. Depression is real and it can lead to suicide. It doesn’t matter how rich or poor, white or black, young or old, dumb or intelligent you are… It can happen to anybody. The comment you just left me is the sort of thing a depressed person might read that might prevent them from seeking help. Please re-evaluate the way you see this issue. Lauren is an amazing girl and the compassion she shows for people who suffer from depression is inspiring. I hope you never have to fully understand what depression feels like

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Erika Maxwell, NRA certified firearms instructor.

gunsknivesgear:

Erika Maxwell, NRA certified firearms instructor.

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