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(Source: deathology)

Before you say yes, get him angry. See him scared, see him wanting, see him sick. Stress changes a person. Find out if he drinks and if he does, get him drunk - you’ll learn more about his sober thoughts. Discover his addictions. See if he puts you in front of them. You can’t change people, baby girl. If they are made one way, it doesn’t just wear off. If you hate how he acts when he’s out of it now, you’re going to hate it much worse eight years down the road. You might love him to bits but it doesn’t change that some people just don’t fit.
inkskinned, “My father’s recipe for the man I should marry” (via partygirlmeltdown)

(Source: thelovewhisperer)


Today I had a great conversation over the art of poetry and the lovely feelings it brings without saying them and the thoughts and structure it portrays when you know the author vs. When you don’t. It’s lovely. I’ll never stop. I hope you are all enjoying it


Following the tragic loss of one of my heroes on Monday, I saw a lot of people saying things like “It couldn’t have been that bad,” and “He was rich and famous—he had no reason to be depressed.” I do think it is important that we all make the mental shift to remember that depression is an illness. It’s not an emotion, or a vice, or something to be ashamed of. For those who don’t deal with depression, this can be a difficult hurdle. Still, the sooner I think we accept this reality, the sooner people will feel comfortable sharing their experiences and seeking help.