If you’re looking for a sign not to cut,
this is it.
If you’re looking for a sign not to starve,
this is it.
If you’re looking for a sign not to kill yourself, this is it.
If you’re looking for a sign not to hurt yourself in any way,
that’s what you’re reading.
I love you, and you deserve to live and be happy. Please do so.
I remember a little while ago (months ago, actually…) you had a bunch of activities for feeling better. The one I remember in particular was a link to an activity where you put glitter and liquid in a jar, and when you were feeling stressed you shook it up and watched it to calm down. Well, I was thinking earlier and realised that I really wanted to try it, but then I came on here and had no idea how to find it… If you still have the link, please could I have it?
Cheers, Lexie Xxx
P.S., Thanks for running this blog, I can’t tell you how many times it has saved me over the past year and a half :) Xxx
Happy 2013 :) May it be a year of recovery and love. —C
Hey guys, I recently just read the Perks of Being a Wallflower(amazing, I highly suggest you read it, be prepared to cry) and in the book the main character, Charlie, would write down good things that happened that made him happy on a piece of paper and put it in a jar. He would continue to do this every time something good happened. And then if he started to feel bad, or really upset, he would open the jar and read all of the good things that happened to him that week and it gave him hope. It’s a good idea