It'll Be Okay: 16 Baby Steps to help you cope with... →
openyouriris: 1. Self Acceptance: Try to accept yourself as you are, foibles and all, be humble, have compassion for yourself. Do not strive to achieve, try to enjoy your humanity. 2. Learn to Laugh: Lighten up, you will be a long time dead so start to enjoy life a little. 3. Shut down the negative voices…
Eating disorders are linked to the beauty imperative. But they’re about so much...– Labor Models – The New Inquiry (via denyinghipster)
We get sucked into perfection for one very simple reason: We believe perfection...– Brené Brown, “Want to be happy? Stop trying to be perfect”. (via istruggleandemerge)
The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to...– John Pierpont (via blua)
You’re not an artist,you’re a perfectionist with skills– Sarah Yvonne Orlando (via magicalness-oreos)
Perfectionists believe if it can’t be done perfectly, it’s not worth doing.– Perfectionism: A Double-Edged Sword (via twenty-five-sixty-six)
Perfectionism is not the same thing as striving to be your best. Perfectionism...– (via perjonsson)
Perfectionist Polar Bear: At the heart of... →
At the heart of perfectionistic thinking and behavior are false, fearful beliefs about the self. Arbitrarily determined standards of perfection are often a perfectionist’s yardstick, by which he or she measures his or her intrinsic worth. The perfectionist believes that he or she must execute…
Was it only just a dream? Did we wake up? Was everything we had so similar to dream that it was doomed to be but an ephemeral plight?
Somethings are just too good to be true.
“When you love someone, but it goes to waste… could it be worse?”
No matter how many times you try to convince yourself otherwise, you have always and will be alone.
Trying to sing along to a rap song
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