“Don’t let anyone, even your parents, break you. Find good people who care about you and surround yourself with just them. If you can’t find them at first, find good music and fall into it and let it hold you until they come.”—Davey Havok (via perfect)
“Frollo saw Esmeralda as a demon. Quasimodo saw Esmeralda as an Angel. Phoebus saw her as Esmeralda. That is why Esmeralda fell in love with Phoebus.”— Hannah B, on Quasimodo ‘not getting the girl’ in Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame (via merina2)
Good morning/afternoon, Bryarly. I've been thinking for days about your "going all in" poem, which I do find beautiful. But there's this line "Don't you dare fold or i'll...." which I don't complety understand. What do you mean by fold. I have a certain idea of what it could be but i'd hope you'll explain. Thank you!
By fold, I mean give up. That could just mean shelving your dreams, it could mean closing yourself off from other people, or it could mean ending your life completely.
Sometimes life can be very, very hard. It can be painfully intimidating. I intimately understand that as well as the desire to stop experiencing something so difficult. But I truly believe that no matter how bad your current moment is, it honestly, genuinely, and absolutely gets better.
“I think once you’ve thought about how a person sleeps, how they’d feel pressed up against your back, or your head on their chest, how compatible your bodies would be in the same space of a bed — once you’ve thought about that, you’re fucked.”—All These Things You Wish You’d Say (via her0inchic)
“Only be with someone who you think you can learn from. They should be smarter than you in certain ways so that you can continue to grow and be interested. Above all, you should undoubtedly be proud that you are with them.”—something my 10th grade history teacher told me about how he knew he wanted to marry his wife (via unconcernedteenblogger)
“Men’s rights activists don’t organize marches; they don’t build shelters or raise funds for abused men; they don’t organize prostate cancer-awareness events or campaign against prison rape. What they actually do, when they’re not simply carping in comments online, is target and harass women—from feminist writers and professors to activists—in an attempt to silence them.”—