ZodiacChic Post:Scorpio



ZodiacChic Post:Scorpio


(via fuckyeahscorpio)


So sick of this family. My mental and emotional state is wearing down thin. Feeling like I’m breaking every other night. Home is supposed to be where you’re at peace, feel safe, relaxed, your haven from the stress of school, work, the world. I rather be at school than at home with them. I rather be home alone than go to dinner with them. If i didn’t work in a family business, id rather be at work too. I need to get away, any means possible.

“fucking idiot” me to me (via xenololi)

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“It doesn’t matter if it’s a relationship, a lifestyle, or a job. If it doesn’t make you happy let it go.” William Chapman (via xokrista)

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Life is unfair. You put someone first who puts you second. You study your ass off for a final only to get a C. You give 110% to someone in a relationship who only gives 40%. You’re there for a best friend at 3:00am and the next day they don’t pick up their phone. It seems like you’re giving everyone everything and they’re just walking away with it.

(Source: shehlovee, via ha-ve-faith-in-me)


When my children start to express curiosity about sexuality, I am not going to tell them that they’re too young to be asking or that “if you have sex you get pregnant”. The age at which children start to ask about sex indicates they are already ready to be talking about it. Some parents may find it is much earlier than they expected, and others may find that their children never want to talk about sexuality. It is a very personal subject, but it should not be taboo.

When a girl walks into the restaurant wearing a tight skirt, I am not going to tell my daughter that the girl is a slut and forbid her from dressing similarly. Instead, I am not going to comment at all unless someone else does. Whether it is a nudist walking in or a woman wearing a burka, it will not be my place to comment and I will teach my children to never voice their judgments either. However, if my children or anyone else comments on the “slut” walking in, I am going to tell them that you cannot judge how many people someone sleeps with based off how they dress, and that you should not judge them based off how many people they sleep with either.

When my son teases his friend that he is being a “pussy”, I will chastise him. I will not have my children contribute to a society that condemns femininity. I am also going to tell my son that he is not obligated to dedicate his life to masculinity, nor sentence anyone else to a specific gender role. My children will not think that their gender correlates to a specific color or behavior. People are not pure shades of pink and blue, but rather unique combinations with real texture.

When my children start to lock their doors and bring home partners, I am not going to forbid them from getting physical or demand to know every detail. Instead, I will make sure that they know everything about being safe and have clear access to protection. I will not be that parent that starts screaming hysterically when they find a condom in their child’s bedroom. Through communication and honesty, I will make sure that my children can have the safest and most fulfilling sex life possible.

the way sexuality was never addressed in my family - moon-sylph (via perfect)

Wow easier said than done. We’ll see how things go down when parenthood and those situations actually get here.

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“When my absence doesn’t alter your life, then my presence has no meaning in it.” Unknown (via volccano)

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"Honey have you… tried not being a magical girl?"


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(via langleav)


I have a massive headache and I want to die.

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