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purgingmylifeaway:

Once you see yourself as fat, you never see anything else- even if everyone else says you aren’t it doesn’t matter to you because the only thing that is relevant is that black hole in your head that sucks out your soul and infects your mind. The black hole says you’re fat and you have no room in your head to fight these thoughts because the black hole won’t stop screaming at you.

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staypozitive:

I want to be in your arms. It makes me feel protected like there’s nothing else in the world but you and me. I want you to hold me  tight and never let me go. I want to fall asleep in your arms, feeling  your heart beat, my head on your chest and waking up with a smile on my face. 

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staypozitive:

I want to be in your arms. It makes me feel protected like there’s nothing else in the world but you and me. I want you to hold me  tight and never let me go. I want to fall asleep in your arms, feeling  your heart beat, my head on your chest and waking up with a smile on my face. 

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milajaroniec:

Get stuck. Stay in one place your whole life. Always order vanilla even though the menu is four pages long. Become the type of person who sends back lattes. Save up your money for a plasma TV instead of a plane ticket. Talk a lot about things you know nothing about. Have an affair with someone you don’t even find attractive.

Refuse to forget your ex. Make it impossible for yourself to do anything without remembering that you used to do it with them. Hug your knees under the sheets and think about how safe you felt when they held you at night. Remind yourself daily of how empty you feel. Find new ways to make yourself sad.

Get drunk all the time. Consider no Saturday night, national holiday or extended happy hour complete without a vodka-induced breakdown. Graduate college but keep drinking like you’re still in it. Notice that cheap beer tastes watery and stale when you drink it alone but drink it anyway. Look at old Facebook photos wasted and wonder where everyone went.

Never drink. Never do anything that could potentially be “bad” for you. Treat your body like the temple it is and say no to carbs, yes to wheatgrass, go to bed at ten sharp and turn down cake on your birthday. Take fifteen different dietary supplements. Monitor carefully. Succumb to nothing. Miss out on everything.

Compare yourself constantly, to everyone. Allow the standards of image-obsessed, age-obsessed culture to make you feel decrepit at 25. Scroll through skinny girls on Tumblr feeling wistful and inadequate. Pull at the skin on your hipbones, stomach, and underarms in the mirror. Sigh a lot. Sigh all the time.

Don’t fall in love with anyone or anything. Put an impenetrable wall between yourself and other people. Add a fire-breathing dragon and eight yards of barbed wire. Be suspicious of everyone’s motives. Hold grudges long after you’ve forgotten what for.

Fall in love with everyone and everything. Run after the next best thing like it’s a bus you’re perpetually late for. Throw your heart into every other stranger’s hands and be genuinely surprised to be hurt. Refuse to learn. Refuse to ever learn.

(via drunkandtryingtofindfreefood)

soaphie:

I think when you love someone, you love them as the person they are and not for the concept of them or loving them anymore. I think a lot of relationships and marriages don’t work out in the end because I think sometimes partners end up not knowing all of each others flaws and behaviors. Instead, they are still in love with the concept of their partner that they still have glazed over their eyes, which blinds them from seeing their partner as a person clearly.

To love someone, in my opinion, is to really know them. I believe that’s why despite how much family can frustrate some of us sometimes, it’s impossible, in most cases, to not love your family. You live with them. You know them. And they know you.

Love is knowing, understanding, and accepting.

(via supashleyxmarie)

I’m not anyone’s first choice. I’m not anyone’s favorite. People may tell me I mean a lot to them and that I’m special to them but I know there’s someone they will always choose over me.

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