Genius strategies from people who know the struggle.
Genius strategies from people who deal with it.
“Do you want to hang out?” IN THEORY.
If you deal with trichotollomania, excoriation, or another body-focused repetitive behavior, we want to hear your tips.
*uses Ctrl-F to find my motivation*
We’re guessing you need it after 2016.
Anyone who says they can keep their glasses clean is a LIAR.
‘Tis the season to be a bundle of anxiety.
Do you only fantasize while masturbating, or nah?
“You’d think after all these years, somebody would be settled with something like this, but it’s still hard to accept.”
Roll up in a blanket burrito. Put on Netflix. Cry. Repeat.
“Struggling with depression” seems to imply that I am bad at depression, when I am in fact very proficient at being depressed.
“You don’t see the mental illness: It’s not a mass; it’s not a cyst. But it’s there. Why do you need to prove it?”
Knowing what to do can be hard, but doing nothing isn’t the answer.
Starbucks holiday drink season = all the sugar.
For all the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days.
NSFW (and maybe not safe for opening up in front of family, either).
“Y’all need to chill,” says me, who isn’t chill, not even a little bit.
*tries to get eight hours of sleep in three hours*
“Always practice safe sex…until you have mastered it. Then you are permitted to practice Danger Sex.”