Anonymous asked:
I broke up with my boyfriend because his ex girlfriend wanted him back, but she wishes I hadn't and she's suicidal and hasn't spoken to me and I am really worried?!?

she shouldn’t be affect by the things you do.. i know you must be worried though so maybe you could message her?<3

You have this one life. How do you wanna spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you? Be brave. Believe in yourself. Do what feels good. Take risks. You have this one life. Make yourself proud.
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Anonymous asked:
I'm taking an online speech class & we have discussions over certain things & today I felt a little over whelmed cause when I read the other student's statements they are well put together. I feel they might think I'm not so smart & I get a little intimidated cause mine are simple. They are older than I am so of course they are going to have better grammar, but today I read some positive feedback from other students. It made me feel better about myself & not to overthink my ideas.Wish me luck!

Please don’t compare yourself to the others, i know that’s easier said than done but you’ve had positive feedback so they obviously think highly of you.. even if you think the others in the class are better than you, they’re there as well as you because they want to improve on something or are struggling..good luck!! Honestly you’re doing better than you think and other people would never think badly of your progress <3

Anonymous asked:
i had stopped cutting for months and i was so proud, but yesterday i couldn't resist 😪 now i don't know how to hide te scars cause it's summer and i can't wear long sleeves!! 😳 please help me i don't want my parents to find out... they would be so worried...

awww im so sorry :( but be proud of yourself for how far you came before that hun. do your parents know you used to self harm? also, cuts can heal relatively quickly, so if you don’t want to wear long sleeves, once they’ve healed (it won’t take long, i promise) you could always put some makeup over them if you really wanted to <3

Anonymous asked:
Hi. I just wanted advice...I'm 99.9% sure I have severe clinical depression. But I don't know what to do. I want my parents to know, but I don't know how to tell them. My parents and I don't really discuss feelings or anything and I don't want to feel like I'm making a big deal out of nothing. And if I did tell them, where would I go from there? I just don't know.

you’re not making a big deal about it.. it’s a serious thing and if you think you have it you need to tell someone.. even if it’s just a thought.. I know it must be an extremely hard thing to tell your parents but it has to be done hun.. maybe you could sit with one of them, and say something like “i’ve been thinking …. “<3

Anonymous asked:
Hello, so lately I've been stuck in a really hard situation. I was diagnosed with a some what serious medical condition, and my doctor is making me wear a medical bracelet to let people know if I'm likely unconscious, it's bc if my condition, but the problem is, I don't like wearing it. I feel like I'm being labeled as a freak when I wear it and that I'm an outcast. I'm just so confused..

awww im so sorry your diagnosis and im sorr that it’s making you feel this way :( is there anyway if you really want to, that you could wear some bracelets near it, or wear long sleeves sometimes? I am sure that people will not notice as much as you do.. maybe in time you might get used to it xx

Anonymous asked:
hii any tips on how to love myself?

Hey, it’s difficult to love ourselves but it is possible.. no matter what faults you think you see in yourself, turn it around and tell yourself a positive thing. Look after yourself as well.. take time for yourself. Think of one thing everday when you look in the mirror that you like about yourself, and one thing about your lovely personality too :) also, just remember that we see ourselves so much worse than other people see us.. our true selves are how others see us.. the good sides to us :) xx

Anonymous asked:
Ednos isn't actually an eating disorder category anymore.

Sorry I just posted it from a help site.. I don’t know a lot about it so thank you :)

Anonymous asked:
I was hanging out with a friend the other day, and found her wearing a medical bracelet with her name and seizures written on it. She didn't say anything but I could tell by how she physically reacted that it was something that made her uncomfortable so I didn't ask her about it. I'd love to show her support and make her feel comfortable opening up about it. How can I start a safe conversation with her about her seizures without making her uncomfortable?

i think that definitely face to face would be the best conversation.. it’s great you want to be there for her, you’re a true friend. there’s not really an easy way of going about this, but try and bring it up like “i noticed your bracelet and i just wanted you to know im here for you” or something like that.. she would really appreciate it. Hope she’s ok and hope you are ok too xx