Loneliness is addicting. It’s dangerous. At first you think you enjoy being alone. You have a dark side. But in time you get used to it. You don’t want to deal with anyone. With life. You want to be alone all the time. You are not only lonely but you also enjoy it. And before you know it, you want to be by yourself forever. Hedonist Poet (via hedonistpoet)
  • versesofmind:

    recovering from an eating disorder is extremely fucking challenging. you have to face your fears every day, multiple times a day. high five to all those fighting and keep trying for those stuck in lapse { ily all }


  • enliven-ed:

    • To be able to start living.
    • To be able to eat chocolate, burgers, chicken nuggets, chips and all the other yummy foods again.
    • To be able to eat without thinking about what’s inside the food, and rather to enjoy it and savour each bite.
    • To be able to eat out or at a restaurant, without having to spend hours of worry and anxiety beforehand.
    • To be able to actually enjoy going out for a meal with friends and family.
    • To be able to look back and say “I got through it and I’m here.”
    • To stop worrying all the people that care about me.
    • To stop feeling tired and sick and instead feel healthy and strong.
    • To get my boobs back.
    • To be able to wear clothes and feel good in them.
    • To stop numbers from controlling my life.
    • To do exercise because I enjoy doing it, not because I want to compensate for a meal.
    • To stop being irritable and snapping at people and to have good moods again.
    • To be free.
    • So that one day I can have children and build my own family.
    • Because self-worth isn’t measured in kilograms.
    • Because life can, and should be, so much more. 
  • runningmandz:

    There’s a difference between wanting to change your body to improve and strengthen it and wanting to change your body because you hate it. It’s important to know the difference because one of those will destroy you from the inside out.

  • euphoricspirit:

gnostic-forest:

I’ve always loved this pic. 

I find this is what I would utterly adore more than anything in the world, in this very moment.
    ballet-is-oxygen:

kingdomoftheballerino:

Brooke Ray, Prix de Lausanne 2012

Just finished her second year at the royal ballet school, stunning dancer.