sniffing:

distressed—teens:

ddaughter:

i think its dumb if drug dealers get sentenced to longer in prison that rapists?? like people ask for drugs but no one asks for rape???

Finally someone said it.

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I’m really sick of my parents trying to tell me what I can or can’t major in in college or what I can or can’t do for a living after college.

Most likely I’ll change my major around anyway on my own. I’ve never been completely set on what I wanted to do but throughout high school I’ve had an idea.

I’ve been so lucky to have teachers that give me knowledge. Teachers that try so hard. Teachers that love and care. Some of my teachers I’d consider friends now that I’ve graduated. These teachers have been such an influence on me and have been so supportive.

Also with all the things I’ve been going through throughout high school I’ve realized the importance of having someone who cares and listens whether it’s your friend, your teacher or your sibling.

As of now I want to be a high school teacher or guidance counselor. My parents are constantly telling me I have more potential or I can make more money. I’m not looking for money. I’m looking for using my “potential” towards shaping lives positively. I want to be that person a teenager can trust and feels support from. I want to be able to teach someone more than what I can in the classroom. I want to teach them to love themselves and love others and just feel valuable.

My parents are never going to be okay with whatever I do anyway so whatever.

#me  

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heartbreaks:

*lies in the sun for 5 mins*

wheres my tan

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lanashiftdelrey:

sassykardashian:

Science side of tumblr how do I become a jellyfish

perform the following ritualimage

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I’m so glad that I can tell someone things about myself that I’ve never told anyone before. I can tell someone things that make me feel so vulnerable. Things that make me feel so ashamed of myself. Admit things I’ve done or thought about doing. Admitted my self hate in who I am and what I do and what I look like. I’m so glad that I can tell my best friend things I’ve never wanted to say before and her response is so loving. She wasn’t embarrassed in me or angry at me or disappointed in me. She just told me she loves me and doesn’t want me hurting. She told me that she sees nothing in me that I should be insecure about. She told me that if I were to ever do the things that I thought about doing that she would care and be heartbroken. It’s so nice to have a best friend who genuinely cares and listens.

#me  

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Noc Kupały by (pedro4d)

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coconut-river:

Lorde won a Grammy before she graduated high school. 

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