broken
broken
Hello, my name is Diana and I have an unhealthy obsession with Justin Bieber.
broken
mother—anorexia:

http://mother—anorexia.tumblr.com/
"If you suffer for:/ or if you have:
-Cuts
-Eating disorder
-Depression
-Anxiety/ Panic attacks
-Mental disorder
-Suicidal thoughts
-Self hate.
-Low steem
-Other.
And you see this message on your dashboard, please reblog it. I will try send you a message as soon possible, but if I can’t: “Please, never stop fighting darling, you are unique, beautiful, strong… never forget that. I care for you. I love you. You’re more important than you think.”"
(via hello-you-are-not-alone-blog)
breathe-without-me:

I think the worst part about the doctors asking you questions is: “Why do you think you’re depressed?” or “What triggers or event(s) caused your depression?” I think those are the worst questions because you search your mind for an answer but can only come up with "I really dont know."
"The worst thing about religion was religious people."
Jeffrey Eugenide (via observando)
zacryliccz:

You are so fucking adorable. 
Zach you will be the death of me.
poppyclub:

fonrenovatio:

Zorro MoVes.

I’m sort of obsessed with this!
thefashiondontlivewithoutvogue:

Phoebe Philo by David Sims for The Gentlewoman #1 Spring/Summer 2010
"…wine, lilies, and roses; the dark sea rolling beyond the windows under a round moon; young lovers separated for half a year, joined on a knife-edge of geography between war and peace, suddenly married, far from home; isolated, making love on a broad hospitable bed, performing secret rites as old as time, but forever fresh and sweet between young lovers, the best moments human existence offers—such was their wedding night. The human predicament sometimes seems a gloomy tapestry with an indistinct, baffling deisgn that swirls around and inward to brilliant naked lovers. The Bible starts with this centerpiece. Most of the old stories end with the lovers married, retiring to their sacred nakedness. But for Byron and Natalie, their story was just beginning."
Herman Wouk (via observando)