Bronwyn

Life from my perspective

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effyeahnerdfighters:

ed-ingle:

I finished my first nerdfighter art piece for the Project for Awesome. (sorry this pic is terrible) If you want to donate 15 pieces to the P4A email nerdfighterart@gmail.com by October 10th and send a sample picture of something you’d like to contribute. #p4a

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effyeahnerdfighters:

ed-ingle:

I finished my first nerdfighter art piece for the Project for Awesome. (sorry this pic is terrible) If you want to donate 15 pieces to the P4A email nerdfighterart@gmail.com by October 10th and send a sample picture of something you’d like to contribute. #p4a

Ed-ingle, consistently the best. You can get all the information about creating P4A art perks here.

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godtechturninheads:

eoliveson:

aziraphalesneakers:

Can’t go over it.

Can’t go under it.

Can’t go around it.

Gotta go through it.

Trying to explain depression or anxiety to someone who’s never experienced it.

This belongs here.

See, I understand this. I’ve been there. In fact about once or twice a week I still find myself there. But what I believe is that by constantly saying you can’t do something means that eventually you will believe it. And once you believe it you begin to feel like you really can’t do anything. I understand that anxiety is hard to control but depression is a whole other ball game that you CAN kick in the ass.

There is two types of people with depression: 1) “I suffer from depression” and 2) “I have depression.” The people who suffer are the ones saying they can’t. Yeah, the other person may not understand but you can try to make them understand. What I’ve found is that people who claim to suffer just want an easy fix and a lot of times they don’t really try very hard. They just sort of drown themselves in it. I know because at one point I was suffering.

Then there are the people that have depression. These kind of people realize and recognize that they have a problem and they are taking care of it. They are working or taking the necessary steps to help solve this problem. I call these kind of people the fighters. We fight their depression. We stand up to it and tell it to fuck off. Yeah, we still have our down days but that’s okay. Its normal. It happens to everyone. 

Yes, its a huge rain cloud. Its a deep abyss. It’s a large obstacle. And it is the tallest wall you’ve ever seen. But rain clouds will disperse. An abyss will fill. Obstacles will change and move. And eventually all walls will come down.

So don’t you dare give up. Don’t you dare say you can’t. Because you know what? I believe in you. I believe that you can. I believe that you can fight through this and come out on top. Its not easy but I can promise that it is so worth every bit of work.

Stay strong. 

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1. Lay on the floor of your shower until you can breathe again. Water will always love to love your skin.

2. Start writing with the intention of filling up one page. Write until your pen stops working.

3. Reread a book that once made you cry. Learn something new on every page. Notice how different chapters make you sad. Notice how the book didn’t change and grow; you did.

4. Sleep with your windows open. You can hear both the rain and boys drunkenly singing Frank Sinatra on their deck. Both are equally good.

5. Don’t forget that honey will always taste sweet, but the best way to eat it is off your fingers, laughing.

6. Remember that, sometimes, getting out of bed is enough.

 For unhappy girls who like sitting in the sun (h.f.j.)

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