"I know I have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king." Elizabeth I
positivelifetips:

It’s ok to have a bad day. It’s ok to have a melt down. You’re human. Let it out and then get back up and keep going forward. 

positivelifetips:

It’s ok to have a bad day. It’s ok to have a melt down. You’re human. Let it out and then get back up and keep going forward. 

(via killyouranxiety)

liompayne:

"what did u do all day?"

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Spoonie life

(Source: swedishpapa, via sharkshanks)

Be the living expression of God’s kindness; kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile, kindness in your warm greeting.

Mother Teresa (via buddhabumps)

operationfailure:

My friend Maggie, at the young age of 34, just found out she has a twin, and now it’s up to all of us to help her find them!
I love a mystery!
Please share this photo!

operationfailure:

My friend Maggie, at the young age of 34, just found out she has a twin, and now it’s up to all of us to help her find them!

I love a mystery!

Please share this photo!

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If you could love the wrong person that much, imagine how much you could love the right person.

unknown  (via heavensd3vil)

(via anotherfacewithnoplace)

spoonie-living:

I have a really exciting Spoonie Living announcement for y’all! When I started on my 6-month medical leave from work, one of my goals was to create a zine for new spoonies, to help them hit the ground running as they begin their chronic illness experience. I’m calling it Chronically Badass, and it’s finally done!
Here’s what I cover inside:
Spoon theory
Getting answers
Working with doctors
Work & school
Friends & family
Reactions
Mental health
Coping strategies
Online communities
Mobility
It’s free for download right here (although you’re welcome to donate if you like), so be sure to check it out! Just set the price to $0, and the credit card fields will disappear.
Please also reblog and spread the word so others can find and benefit from this zine.

spoonie-living:

I have a really exciting Spoonie Living announcement for y’all! When I started on my 6-month medical leave from work, one of my goals was to create a zine for new spoonies, to help them hit the ground running as they begin their chronic illness experience. I’m calling it Chronically Badass, and it’s finally done!

Here’s what I cover inside:

  • Spoon theory
  • Getting answers
  • Working with doctors
  • Work & school
  • Friends & family
  • Reactions
  • Mental health
  • Coping strategies
  • Online communities
  • Mobility

It’s free for download right here (although you’re welcome to donate if you like), so be sure to check it out! Just set the price to $0, and the credit card fields will disappear.

Please also reblog and spread the word so others can find and benefit from this zine.

(via thepillowfortuk)

Wish this was how my intestines felt!

Wish this was how my intestines felt!

(Source: rocknrox, via anotherfacewithnoplace)

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.

Edith Wharton (via buddhabumps)

When people walk away from you, let them go. You shouldn’t have to talk them into staying with you, loving you, calling you, caring about you, or coming to see you … For if they really cared about you in the first place, they would not be going anywhere.

Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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