destinyblue:

The butterfly flies into thunderstorms just to feel something. The girl cut herself so that she might stop the feelings. A chance meting of two similar souls, both bearing scars.

They survey each other; and realise, they are not alone.

Mm, a very personal drawing for me… I want to give a butterfly. Have you heard of the Butterfly Project? It’s an initiative intended to help stop self harm.

Butterfly Project rules:
1. When you feel like you want to cut, take a marker or pen and draw a butterfly wherever the self-harm occurs. 
2. Name the butterfly after a loved one, or someone that really wants you to get better. 
3. NO scrubbing the butterfly off.
4. If you cut before the butterfly is gone, it dies. If you don’t cut, it lives.
5. Another person may draw them on you. These butterflies are extra special. Take good care of them.
6. Even if you don’t cut, feel free to draw a butterfly anyway, to show your support. 

I didn’t hear about this project till after I was out of my personal crisis, but I really like the idea, supporting yourself or/and friends though tough times. But I don’t think its perfect. See number 4? Your butterfly dies if you cut. When I was at my worst point I know I couldn’t look after myself let alone a butterfly, real or not. 
So I drew this, to give a butterfly, her name is Hope, she wont die when you cut her, because she’s been through it already. She is just there for you, on your skin, a reminder that you are not alone. I wish could draw Hope on every person who needs her; if this is you, please pick up a pen and draw her onto you from me. She is a big raggedy, far from perfect, but beautiful in her uniqueness, and kind in her heart, she doesn’t judge you, she is just there with you, to remind you that however bad you feel there are others like you, and people who love you.

What I am doing is donating 10% of the profit of each print of this sold to the Samaritans, a worldwide charity who provide emotional support to people in distress. 
My web shop: http://www.storenvy.com/DestinyBlue

What can you do? Draw Hope. Share your story; and read others stories, and talk. Lets not keep this in the shadows. Share this picture if you want to get this message out!

destinyblue:

The butterfly flies into thunderstorms just to feel something. The girl cut herself so that she might stop the feelings. A chance meting of two similar souls, both bearing scars.

They survey each other; and realise, they are not alone.

Mm, a very personal drawing for me… I want to give a butterfly. Have you heard of the Butterfly Project? It’s an initiative intended to help stop self harm.

Butterfly Project rules:
1. When you feel like you want to cut, take a marker or pen and draw a butterfly wherever the self-harm occurs.
2. Name the butterfly after a loved one, or someone that really wants you to get better.
3. NO scrubbing the butterfly off.
4. If you cut before the butterfly is gone, it dies. If you don’t cut, it lives.
5. Another person may draw them on you. These butterflies are extra special. Take good care of them.
6. Even if you don’t cut, feel free to draw a butterfly anyway, to show your support.

I didn’t hear about this project till after I was out of my personal crisis, but I really like the idea, supporting yourself or/and friends though tough times. But I don’t think its perfect. See number 4? Your butterfly dies if you cut. When I was at my worst point I know I couldn’t look after myself let alone a butterfly, real or not.
So I drew this, to give a butterfly, her name is Hope, she wont die when you cut her, because she’s been through it already. She is just there for you, on your skin, a reminder that you are not alone. I wish could draw Hope on every person who needs her; if this is you, please pick up a pen and draw her onto you from me. She is a big raggedy, far from perfect, but beautiful in her uniqueness, and kind in her heart, she doesn’t judge you, she is just there with you, to remind you that however bad you feel there are others like you, and people who love you.

What I am doing is donating 10% of the profit of each print of this sold to the Samaritans, a worldwide charity who provide emotional support to people in distress.
My web shop: http://www.storenvy.com/DestinyBlue

What can you do? Draw Hope. Share your story; and read others stories, and talk. Lets not keep this in the shadows. Share this picture if you want to get this message out!

(via escalatedthoughts)

She told me she hates alcohol as she took another shot but it burned less than all of the unsaid words rotting in her throat.

She told me she hates being alone but she never is anyway because her nightmares are always screaming and her dreams are always running.

She told me she breaks her bones for an image she will never see and she unzips her skin for people who never love her.

She told me she writes love letters to herself and she never receives them because they always get lost in the mail of her mind.

She told me her veins have bled from all of the ink she has used to draw paradise on her cracked bedroom walls.

She told me her fingers ache from all the times she has had to stitch her unraveled heart back together.

I told her I hate alcohol too but we both said cheers as we tapped our glasses together and let the rotting words in our throats wash down.

She was an enigma.  (via dollpoetry)

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guardgirlsdoitbetter:

Including: Empire State Of Mind, Love the Way You Lie, Need You Now, Nothing On You, & Fuck You

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Yes. I fucking do😢

Yes. I fucking do😢

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helpwigi:

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gingerbludger:

who-the-fuck-let-me-have-a-blog:

women who had period cramps before pain killers were invented were metal as fuck let’s give them a standing ovation

Standing ovulation

A round of menopause.

It was a difficult period of history for everyone

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elliottgruenburg:

Too Weird To Live Too Rare To Die + b&w snapchats

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