I'm Sarah. 20. Michigan.
I am in recovery for self harm, and EDNOS. I'm a survivor of sexual abuse and domestic violence. I'm trying to manage through life with chronic migraines and celiac disease. Also, I have begun a wonderful journey to getting healthy and losing weight to become the best me that I can be.

Horror. Recovery, Bands. Tv shows. Cats. Happiness. Life.
In love since April 24, 2012 ♥
I've finally reached genuine happiness. Self harm free since September 7th, 2012.
Weight lost so far: 36lbs





I need feminism because I’m still charged 5% tax on sanitary products because they’re classed as ‘non-essential’ by the government. 

What the motherfuck.

Solve this by bleeding on everything they love.





Don’t forget we have to wake up Green Day tomorrow.

Ok just a reminder to everyone: If you’re planning on tweeting billie joe armstrong “wake up” or something tomorrow, DON’T. The song is about his father’s death and so it’s really personal and treating it like a joke isn’t the right thing to do. Plus he’s asked so many times for people to stop and no one listens so yeah. Please don’t do that.

Glad someone finally said it.

(via raindropsandstardust)



This is the exact moment I fell in love with Breaking Bad.

This scene man

A study conducted by researchers at Cambridge University has found that lesbian and gay people in the UK are twice as likely to suffer from mental health problems than their heterosexual counterparts, with bisexual people being three times more likely.
The research was part funded by the NHS and was conducted using more than two million responses to the 2009-10 English General Practice Patient Survey, which included more than 27000 LGB patients. 
It found that among heterosexual respondents, 5% of men and 6% of women reported mental health issues: that 11% of gay men and 12% of lesbians reported mental health issues; and that bisexual people were significantly far most likely to suffer, with 15% of bisexual men and 19% of bisexual women reporting mental health issues.
The study also reported that lesbian, gay and bisexual people were twice as likely as straight people to have negative experiences with their GPs or primary care services.
In addition to deficiencies in care, it was found that poor health reported by minorities "may in part be due to potentially hostile and stressful social environments caused by the stigma, prejudice and discrimination that they face."
As stated by Professor Martin Roland of the Cambridge Centre for Health Services Research, which undertook the research, "The survey shows that sexual minorities suffer both poorer health and have worse experiences when they see their GP. We need to ensure both that doctors recognise the needs of sexual minorities, and also that sexual minorities have the same experience of care as other patients."
If you need help or support you can talk to Liberate or contact the Samaritans anonymously 24/7 on 08457 90 90 90.



They say depression and intelligence go hand in hand, well this is Einstein and his therapist. 

this breaks my heart

i reblog this every time because i think its an honest reminder of just how human everyone is plus he looks damn adorable