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"Dear future child
If it’s 3am and you find yourself in a world of complete despair
Please do not turn to strangers on the internet for solace as I did
Please climb onto my bed
And I will hold you until the demons sleep
If it is Thursday morning and you are too sad to move
I won’t force you
I will buy ice cream and we will watch your favourite tv show and I will remind you of your importance
If you feel as if you have no purpose
I will remind you that you were created entirely with love and every pain you feel, I feel too
When you’re sure you can’t go on anymore
I will tell you that when I was 21 I searched for peace at the bottom of a vodka bottle chased by a bottle of pain killers
But that five years later
When you were placed in my arms in the delivery room
I realised that you were why I had been holding on
Without realising it, you saved me, do you know how amazing that is?
So if you ever feel like grabbing that vodka bottle, put it down, we will get in the car and I will drive until the sky turns magenta
I will show you how the sun rises every morning to encourage you to rise too
Sweetheart I refuse to be unaware of your sufferings
As my mother was to mine."
Your mental health is my priority. (via be-fearless-brave-and-kind)

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— 7 hours ago with 15274 notes


who wants to hire me as their maid i’m not gonna clean im just gonna wear a cute maid outfit dust like 6 things and bend down a lot

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— 7 hours ago with 215773 notes

Not doing very well today.

— 15 hours ago
Anonymous asked: What are your beliefs on parents not giving children a choice in whether they eat meats or not?





I think it’s smart. If a child wants to eat glue, sure it might make the child happy but does the child really know what’s best for their health and well being just yet? No. Do the parents? Yes. It’s the parents being a good parent and knowing that the child’s uneducated wants and needs don’t come above their health. 

This is like telling your kids to go be an engineer because it’s what’s best for them. Maybe I want to be a meat-eating artist. Entire cultures subsist on what veganism isn’t. Saying it’s flat-out better and should be enforced onto children reaches the point where the very people you’re trying to convince are going to stop listening because it sounds psycho.

No, that free choice doesn’t put their health in danger. Eating animal products does. I will make the choice to feed my child what I want, and I will raise them in such a way they will see eating animal products for what it is: cruel and unnecessary. They will have the choice but they’ll just be raised in a way where they see the right choice is to be a vegan. Children are socialized to lose their compassion, and I won’t do that to my kids. And FYI you look super silly because if children had a “choice” in what they would eat they’d probably live off pop tarts and pizza pockets all day, and as a parent it would be highly irresponsible to let them make uneducated choices that directly affect their health and subsequently their quality of life. 

What sounds psycho is that We currently produce enough food to feed the world, but feed it to animals we later kill instead.  What’s psycho is people getting triple bypass surgery where doctors take a vein out of your thigh and open up your chest so they can sew the vein into your coronary artery instead of eating a vegan diet. What’s psycho is the environment is being cut down to house animals that are being produced to kill. What’s psycho is that people think their tastebuds are ever so important that they can take lives to satisfy them. What’s “psycho” is people thinking that their “personal choice” to eat meat only affects them, when the whole world is paying for it:

Veganism and the environment

Dairy plays a major role in creating climate change

So next time you’re about to reblog an ask of mine with an unwanted, ignorant opinion, don’t. 

— 19 hours ago with 79 notes
7 Things I Wish Parents Would Stop Teaching Their Children:


  1. That nudity is inherently sexual
  2. That people should be judged for their personal decisions
  3. That yelling solves problems
  4. That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
  5. That age correlates to importance
  6. That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
  7. That the default for someone is straight and cisgender

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— 19 hours ago with 198165 notes


things to start doing:

  1. drink more water
  2. carry a camera everywhere i go
  3. read more books than i already do
  4. go for walks
  5. do yoga more often
  6. go to bed earlier
  7. enjoy the little things
  8. go outside more
  9. stop comparing myself to others
  10. stick to my goals n stop putting things off
  11. write down my feelings
  12. smile more, especially at random people

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— 2 days ago with 254514 notes