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I'm Gared! :)
Gared, pronounced like a mixture of Garett and Jared. And Head, like the part(s) of your body. As for Gared, I think my parents just misspelled my name, honestly.
Another fun fact: I like smiley faces! :)
And this blog is just about me and the shit I like. Maybe you'll find something you like too :)
I like to think that means there's someone out there whose like you, if even just i little bit, that you'll probably never meet. But that doesn't mean they're not there. AND it means you have to be there for other people who don't know someone like you! So you can be there to know them.
Hmm I like blue and the screen has been blinking bright, baby blue every time I type something. I enjoy it!! Haha
really tho straight guys will go on and on about how uncomfortable it makes them when gay guys hit on them but lets be fucking honest how many times have u seen a guy continue to hit on another guy after hes visibly uncomfortable vs. how many times a straight guy has continued to hit on a girl after shes visibly uncomfortable
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this is really important
myunclehasabassguitar said: I'm not kidding myself, i know my disorders make me a less pleasant person to be around. I'm boring and draining to listen to as most things i talk about are the difficulties i deal with. I can't just talk about something else, this is my life. I can't turn it off like a switch. I don't want to just never talk, i've done that and i was miserable and just as boring. I can see how uncomfortable my friends get and i don't blame them, but people leaving me is my biggest fear, please, what can i do?
First of all you should not have to censor yourself for other peoples comfort. That’s just a product of the stigma that comes with mental illness, you have nothing to be ashamed of. Your friends likely aren’t bored but more so uncomfortable because they don’t know how to help you. Do you have a professional to talk to about your disorders? He or she could truly help you and will provide a outlet for you to talk about your disorders. Your disorders are not your whole life, even if it feels like that right now. The better you get and the farther into recovery you get the less you will need to talk about your disorders because the less they’ll effect you on a day to day basis!
As a last thought, if any of your friends are shaming you for talking about your disorders you deserve better and you should be leaving them.
Life is not always full of rainbows and everyone has their bad days. Unfortunately, sometimes that frustration is taken out on our children and we say things to them that we later regret deeply. This video below shows us just how powerful verbal abuse can affect our kids.
the sexual tension when u and ur crush are online on fb at the same time and u just stare at their lil green dot
and suddenly you know what gatsby felt like
This is actually the most profound and appropriate literary allusion I’ve encountered so far this week.
oh my god