Hard moments

Make me thankful I have the opportunity to just call my best friend.

That I can just hear her voice whenever.

She’s the best

1. Being able to say “I’m sorry” is a skill, and one that not a lot of people possess. Hone that skill. Apologizing shouldn’t be followed by “but here’s why I did it” or “and then you did this”. An apology is you taking responsibility for hurting someone else, not a notch on a scorecard in some bizarro battle of “Who’s Right?”

Lessons I’ve Learned From Being a Therapist (via brutereason)

bodypositive-zone:

I really appreciate the message this video sends out. We NEED more of this in today’s media. And although we have a long way to go, I feel as thought the body positive+self acceptance community is starting to slowly break thru and make a mark in our media.