what if obama does the ice bucket challenge and nominates queen elizabeth
what if obama actually talks about what’s going on in ferguson
what if obama stopped exterminating the middle eastern population with drones
what if obama lowered my gotdamn tuition
What if everyone gets educated and stops acting like the President can make decisions for the country by themselves
If you say “faggot” and I call you out on it I don’t wanna hear none of that “I won’t say it around you” bullshit, you don’t say it ever. God knows how many gay people have heard you say that on the streets or how many closeted friends you’ve helped stay in the closet
I CANT BREATHE
- (via anothergirlinterrupted)
In light of Robin William’s suicide, the news has been talking about mental illness nonstop and it’s been extremely triggering for me. The topic of suicide alone triggers the fuck out of me. It’s just like fuck at work we always have the news going and that’s all I hear and I have to go hide for a bit to pull myself together.
- You’re sad
- You hate yourself
- You’ve harmed yourself before
- You’ve attemped suicide or thought of it
- You get nervous easily
I WILL PERSONALLY SEND YOU AN INBOX MESSAGE SAYING SOMETHING NICE xx
Why? Because you’re worth it
Suicide is a decision made out of desperation, hopelessness, isolation and loneliness. The black hole that is clinical depression is all-consuming. Feeling like a burden to loved ones, feeling like there is no way out, feeling trapped and feeling isolated are all common among people who suffer from depression.
People who say that suicide is selfish always reference the survivors. It’s selfish to leave children, spouses and other family members behind, so they say. They’re not thinking about the survivors, or so they would have us believe. What they don’t know is that those very loved ones are the reason many people hang on for just one more day. They do think about the survivors, probably up until the very last moment in many cases. But the soul-crushing depression that envelops them leaves them feeling like there is no alternative. Like the only way to get out is to opt out. And that is a devastating thought to endure.
Until you’ve stared down that level of depression, until you’ve lost your soul to a sea of emptiness and darkness… you don’t get to make those judgments. You might not understand it, and you are certainly entitled to your own feelings, but making those judgments and spreading that kind of negativity won’t help the next person. In fact, it will only hurt others."