Mental heath matters, just like when you have the flu; we want to be healthy just like anybody else. Just because we hurt in a different way doesn’t mean it’s ‘all in your head’.
somedaysitrains (via recoveryisbeautiful)
act4mentalhealth:

We cannot afford to ignore the mentally ill. We are all connected. More love, less judgment, more compassion, less fear. Together, we can create a more just world.
#Act4MentalHealth

act4mentalhealth:

We cannot afford to ignore the mentally ill. We are all connected. More love, less judgment, more compassion, less fear. Together, we can create a more just world.

#Act4MentalHealth

Let’s get something straight:

Nobody admires you for being anorexic,
That’s just the voice in your head.
They will not applaud you,
Or think of you as ‘controlled’, or
‘tragically beautiful’.
They will not envy you,
They do not see your slow suicide
As admirable.

Anorexia does not make you special,
Different or unique.
Your laughter, your passions,
Your smile, are why people love you.
They do not love anorexia,
They love you, and though the voice says
Without it you are nothing.
I promise, without anorexia
You are everything.

Recovery is a choice,
And it means you have to fight.
Eat, even when anorexia is screaming
At you to stop.
Recovery is learning,
That you are admirable without being thin,
That you are interesting without anorexia,
That you are worth more than a life
With a demon in your head, who
Wants to kill you.
You are perfect, and you do not
Need this disease, to make you
Feel worthy of life.

Please, do not
Put your trust in Anorexia Nervosa,
You are worth
So much more.

A reminder to all sufferers. (via rediscoveryandrecovery)
Why not just celebrate that you’re alive, every single day?
The Universe (via degirlwithheart)

silversarcasm:

if you had to drop out of a class you are not a failure

if you had to take time off school you are not a failure

if you had to leave school for good you are not a failure

your worth is not determined by academia and this goes doubly so for disabled people and others for whom school is set against them

The biggest lesson I’ve learned is, “It’s okay.” It’s okay for me to be kind to myself. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to get mad. It’s okay to be flawed. It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to move on.