WORRIED ABOUT YOUR WEIGHT ON A SCALE? DONT FUCKING BE. ON MY SCALE YOU’RE ALWAYS A TEN OUT OF TEN.
Boyfriend and dog what a cute
Until the word bronies no longer has a squiggly red line under it I refuse to take them seriously
I’ve been trying to write some semblance of a speech for my story, which I will be presenting in two weeks, but it’s so hard to write about. Not in a triggering sense, but because it feels like bragging. I always talk about how writing about how sick you were and sharing dramatic before and after recovery photos are not really conducive to helping others heal, so what could I write about in regards to my experience that is genuine without having the potential to hurt others? I really want to reach out to anyone in the AA or NA community that have heard others tell their story so that I can do this right, because the group I am in is heavily based on the twelve steps, seeing as how half the members still go to AA meetings.
It’s the right wing stamps that got me
Does anyone else have recurring dreams/nightmares about treatment?
real women have curves. real women have one single, continuous, infinite curve. real women are a hollow sphere of mass 1kg, suspended in a void. calculate real women’s acceleration if real women is struck by an object accelerating east at 5m/s/s.
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