Well being alive as a dog might be ok.
I hope you know I’m being very over dramatic. Life is hard, and everyone struggles, both adults and children alike. One is not easier than the other if you ask me. Finding a reason to thrive is important I think.
I didn’t like being a kid very much either, so there’s that.
Being a person is the worst.
If anyone actually knows how to be a real adult, give me some tips please because wtf
just as lost as you
Step 1: get a job
Step 2: move out of your parents house
Step 3: try to figure out what you want with the rest of your life
Step 4: die
Your default response to someone who is depressed should not be:
Well this situation is worse than yours so you shouldn’t be depressed.
Not only is it not that simple, but now you’ve actually managed to make me feel guilty for feeling how I feel.
I did it!! Oh my god I am gonna be SO BROKE. BUT SO WORTH IT.
Portland and San Diego.
Two best friends.
Oh my God. Oh my God.
I’ve never flown before.
I’m terrified and excited ahhhhhhhhhhh
AMY IS COMING
it’s super important to remind your friends that they are so, so much more than just beautiful.
This is exactly how I feel about the Facebook “share 5 pictures that make you feel beautiful” fad. There is so much more to a person than how they appear in a picture.
I will find my way through it! Thanks for the support :) I’m mostly looking forward to moving and being with my family more often, I think that is my issue.
I guess I’m a little bit of both, in a weird, dramatic way.
I haven’t had much to say lately, other than I’m generally miserable and homesick.