My father died on November 14th, 1995, when I was 14. Every day since the day he died I am one day farther away from him than I was before. This is the truest thing about me. It is the most important and worst thing to ever happen to me. It is me. My father died when I was 14. I will tell people this forever. It is the truest thing about me. I was 14 when he died. My father. I was 14.

I am what I have lost.

Before You Know It Something Is Over

I am only a few paragraphs in but this has already struck a chord that lies so deeply inside me.

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If you would hold my hand, maybe the rest of me could fall apart. I could shed this extra grief and begin again. Krista Sassni (via venuschild)
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wollvo:

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I could’ve died right there, because the thought of living without someone you love is like a pair of giant hands pressing around your heart, making it smaller and smaller, until you are left with only a memory of warmth. You have seven messages (via cutmyheartmakemebleed)
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I just came to the realization that I’ve got no friends to talk to when something bad happens. This is a devastating feeling.

Jul 25th 2014 / 19:07 / 20,542 notes
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beyondtheoath:

Sometimes CAH hits too close to home.

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knitmeapony:

My next million dollar idea: reluctant exercise videos with people who aren’t perky.

"Just five more… I know, I kind of want to die right now too, but let’s just power through it."

"Okay, new yoga pose.  It’s going to ache like a bastard until your hamstrings release, I’m not gonna lie."

"Stretch a little deeper… it’s okay to yell ‘fuck’ at this point, I won’t tell anyone."

yes

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Jul 25th 2014 / 03:38 / 401,742 notes
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xdominoe:

panic-at-the-dildos:

we Americans act really cocky and assholey about freedom to hide the fact that our government is crumbling and nobody is actually free so please give us this one day to be annoying about it

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strongerthanthestory21:

Do you ever get to a part of the book where you get so angry with the main character because he just did something you specifically asked him not to do and now you’re going to have to sit there and watch as he tries to deal with all of the problems that his mistake brought about when, if he had just listened to you in the first place, it would have all been fine?

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