12314) Everytime I have a wish free, everytime my boyfriend gets a lash from my cheek and gives it to me, so I can blow it away, everytime I see a shooting star, while blowing down every birthdaycake candles, the wish is: I WANT TO BE HAPPY, I JUST DON'T WANT TO BE SAD ANYMORE.
Tell your parents, your friends, your brothers and sisters, your aunts and uncles, your boyfriend or girlfriend, that you love them, that there is nobody else in the world like them. Tell them you will be there if they need you and that you will always answer if they call. Tell them it’s okay to cry and it’s okay to laugh when you’re together, and the momens that you’ve shared will never be forgotten, and will never be replaced. Tell them you’re not leaving. Tell them that you care. X
This 2011, I am going to be skinny. My stomach will be flat. I will not be self concious in a bikini. Boys will like what they see. I will not be embarrassed to wear short shorts and skin tight tank tops. I'm not doing this because I want attention. I'm doing this for my own health and my own benefit. I want to feel comfortable in my own skin and I will do what it takes to make it happen.
She's crying. She's breaking. She's lying. She's faking. She's hated and taunted. She's wanted and flaunted. She's a puppet on strings. She's an angel with wings. She's everything you want her to be, but all she wants is her self esteem.
Just because you're fat doesn't mean you don't exercise and eat junk food 24/7. Being skinny isn't being anorexic. Asian eyes aren't all slanty, and being black doesn't mean you're in a gang. Cutting yourself doesn't make you emo, getting A's doesn't mean you're a nerd. Wearing black doesn't make you goth, and being gay doesn't mean you'll give someone aids. Reblog this if you want to end the negativity that comes with stereotypes.