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9 Things That Might Help Get Over Your Ex After a Breakup

loves4free:

illegallison:

britishbulldog66:

emmajustbored:

collage-queen:

Whatever you do, don’t do #8. It doesn’t let you heal. It just makes everything worse. Believe me, I have done it and it doesn’t help.

Breakup is painful. My friend is going through a breakup right now and she almost disappeared from everywhere. She is trying to do #4 all the time and it is just wrong.

I have to communicate with my ex because we have kid’s together. I do it for their sakes

This is a sign from God I swear. That it’s time to move on. Now I just have to gather the strength to actually move on.

Just gonna leave this here

(via lifeislulzy)

'Why do you leave everyone? Why did you let me go?'

‘Maybe because I don’t really believe that it’s going to work and then I make sure that it doesn’t work.’

—Beginners (2010)

I love this movie.

(Source: larmoyante)

and now the storm is coming, the storm is coming in.

and now the storm is coming, the storm is coming in.

It seems to me that if you place music (and books, probably, and films, and plays, and anything that makes you feel) at the centre of your being, then you can’t afford to sort out your love life, start to think of it as the finished product. You’ve got to pick at it, keep it alive and in turnmoil, you’ve got to pick at it and unravel it until it all comes apart and you’re compelled to start all over again.

—Nick Hornby, High Fidelity.

So i left my tank top at my friends house…

So i left my tank top at my friends house…

Through her eyes, Matt saw the world as an infinitely hopeful place.

—This is a lovely way to describe what love truly feels like. Everyone deserves someone that will love them the way Matt loves Maria.

Lmao. I’m making my boyfriend dress up as this with me. Muahaha

Lmao. I’m making my boyfriend dress up as this with me. Muahaha

So my boyfriend left his phone in the jeep…..

So my boyfriend left his phone in the jeep…..

Ich verehre dich <3

—fw.

my rant for the night.

When did lingerie photos become a norm? Just another display photo for your social media. It’s sickening how easily these young girls will trade photos of their private areas of their bodies for some misguided attention. When did we stop evolving our brains, and start devolving our clothing? I get that we are in control of our own bodies; but there’s got to be some boundaries. These images are toxic to our society and to younger generations. ‘Beauty’ has been morphed into this image of large breasts, a hour glass figure and a ‘big ass’. Eating disorders are on a rise, along with teen pregnancy and cases of sexual assault. Am I the only one that can see this? Media needs to be the first to change. These songs about ‘twerkin’ in their bras and thongs’ need to stop. Artists need to start covering up, and set a positive image for girls. Parents need to reinforce positive body image, and limit access to these harmful ideas. We need to change. Sex sells, yes, but at what price are we willing to pay?

So this is an event being held in my city to acknowledge and pay respects to those who had to suffer in residential schools; and for their family members who had to undergo the after affects it had on them. This is an event, a cause that&#8217;s worth checking out, even if you don&#8217;t live in my town. The history of residential schools and the genocide of native people is a cause worth standing behind, even if you aren&#8217;t apart of our culture. So wear orange on September 30th. Wear orange to show the government that you have educated yourself on this worthy issue, and that you won&#8217;t stand against it; that you will help fight for social justice.

Here&#8217;s a website that touches more on the history of residential schools:
http://wherearethechildren.ca/en
Please, check it out and educate yourself. This is Canada&#8217;s holocaust that no one seems to remember happening; even though it has left a major impact on my people.

So this is an event being held in my city to acknowledge and pay respects to those who had to suffer in residential schools; and for their family members who had to undergo the after affects it had on them. This is an event, a cause that’s worth checking out, even if you don’t live in my town. The history of residential schools and the genocide of native people is a cause worth standing behind, even if you aren’t apart of our culture. So wear orange on September 30th. Wear orange to show the government that you have educated yourself on this worthy issue, and that you won’t stand against it; that you will help fight for social justice.

Here’s a website that touches more on the history of residential schools:

http://wherearethechildren.ca/en

Please, check it out and educate yourself. This is Canada’s holocaust that no one seems to remember happening; even though it has left a major impact on my people.