Hey random anon. <3 I love you and I hope you’re having a wonderful day. I’m actually doing relatively well this week, I’ve just realized that documenting every other thought that goes through my mind really helps me instead of bottling them up or hurting myself/the people around me like I usually do. Thanks for sending me an ask. I never get them and it cheered me up so thank you so much and you even used my name and everything. *hugs*
Today was super super awful but my friends were really sweet about me being sick and all drugged up and I know that I failed my exams despite knowing most of the stuff on them but it’s over and I can go home and eat cake and play nerdy video games. C=
I really don’t like it when people say that they are [x] days clean from [whatever self-destructive behavior] because it implies that relapsing is this awful dirty thing for weak people and I know it helps some people but it just makes me uncomfortable.
Recovery is a long and hard process.
Please don’t feel like a failure for having bad days.
If you mess up, please try to forgive yourself.
*hugs all of you*
Paper towns - John green Deadly little secret - Laurie stolarz Along for the ride - Sarah dessen
I read Paper Towns, and although I love and respect John Green, I really wasn’t a fan of it. I’ll read Deadly Little Secret and Along For The Ride. Thanks. =D
I’ve been reading a lot of Bukowski lately! And you should definitely read Extremely Loud and Incredibly close :)
Thank you so much! I’ll tell you how I feel about them once I read them. =)
I need book suggestions for the summer.
Fiction books that aren’t too cheesy and childish (most Young Adultstuff is too blunt and doesn’t leave me with enough things to ponder about) but not super old ones where they describe a tree for two chapters.