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Stop minimizing and discounting your feelings. You have every right to feel the way you do. Your feelings may not always be logical, but they are always valid. Because if you feel something, then you feel it and it’s real to you. It’s not something you can ignore or wish away. It’s there, gnawing at you, tugging at your core, and in order to find peace, you have to give yourself permission to feel whatever it is you feel. You have to let go of what you’ve been told you “should” or “shouldn’t” feel. You have to drown out the voices of people who try to shame you into silence. You have to listen to the sound of your own breathing and honor the truth inside you. Because despite what you may believe, you don’t need anyone’s validation or approval to feel what you feel. Your feelings are inherently right and true. They’re important and they matter — you matter — and it is more than okay to feel what you feel. Don’t let anyone, including yourself, convince you otherwise.
Daniell Koepke (via hannamona)

I want to ask the sidewalk why it stays,
even though it gets walked on
and never appreciated.
It’s always there for people,
you know what I mean?
Taking them places,
making them realize
that even if they fall down,
they can’t fall any further.

See, I want to ask a dandelion
if it still feels beautiful
even though it still gets called a weed.
Because it can grow flowers.
It looks soft, and it grants people’s wishes.

I want to ask a dandelion if it’s okay
with being ripped out of the ground and dying
because it knows that it’s dying for a good cause.

I want to ask limes how they’re okay
with people only using them for their juice,
but never loving all of them.

I want to ask the sand
what kind of kiss
it gives the ocean
that keeps the ocean
coming back
every single time.

I want to ask the shore
how it leaves its lover’s lips
bleeding with desire.

I want to ask the rain
how to touch people
without scarring.

I want to ask each raindrop
how it’s okay
knowing that after
it chooses someone to touch,
it will splatter,
and end its life.

I want to ask your hands
what it’s like to break your fall.

I want to ask your legs
what it’s like to pick you
back up every time.

I want to ask your spine
what it’s like to be the one
to straighten you back up
all the nights you curl up
into a ball and cry.

I want to ask your skin
what it’s like
to be the one who
keeps you from falling apart.

I want to ask your lungs
what it’s like
to be something that you need.

3:05 p.m. (I guess there’s a lot of things I’d like to know)

The first time I, an Xbox player, encounter a PC Mako. 


I have so many feelings and nowhere to put them and I feel like a powder keg. 

I wish all the best, I want only happiness, but I’m just going to end up hurting someone and I’ll be at the center of the blast.


tdub132:

devildoll:

OH MY GOD IT’S YOU HI

*BREAKS EVERY WINDOW IN THE HOUSE TO FEEL MANLY AGAIN*

tdub132:

devildoll:

OH MY GOD IT’S YOU HI

*BREAKS EVERY WINDOW IN THE HOUSE TO FEEL MANLY AGAIN*


The best feeling in the world is knowing your presence and absence both mean something to someone.

jacewaywood:

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natalie dormer

"it’s a writer’s or director’s role to be cerebral, whereas for an actor it should be a visceral, gut thing. when the action starts, it’s best to turn the brain off and let it become an instinctual thing."