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I need to hear your laughter

1 month ago on 08/04/14 at 04:07am


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  • Me trying to express how I feel: Idk I just feel like...idk...idk man. Nvm I'm good.


Barbara Kruger’s Questions.

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“Nudity is a thing, apparently, that people have a problem with; not slavery, or racism, but female bodies, or bottoms,” says artist Kara Walker. And these photos are proof


Jean Delville (Belgian, 1867-1953) The School of Silence, 1929

Is it too late to apply for the fall semester

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Cutest sweetest yuppie pitbulls playing in the grassy lot across the street

3 months ago on 06/23/14 at 08:41pm

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my therapist wants me to take anti-depressants which I’m taking as she is giving up on me getting better

Wanderer, your footsteps are the road, and nothing more; wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking. By walking one makes the road, and upon glancing behind one sees the path that never will be trod again. Wanderer, there is no road— Only wakes upon the sea.”

Antonio Machado

3 months ago on 06/18/14 at 12:25am


The gloves, 1200-1220. Velvet, gold, pearls, rubies, emeralds. Made for the coronation of the emperor Frederick II, Palermo. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. Detail: Source

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On filters, rules, and minor delusions


Dear Coquette,

How do you know when to let your guard down? How do you know when to stop being a guarded bitch and actually let someone in?

You shouldn’t have a guard. You should have a filter. There’s a huge difference, and I promise, it’s a much better way to live.

A guard is a fear-based defense mechanism that you put up and take down over and over again to protect yourself from your own vulnerability in intimate relationships. It’s an exhausting exercise that can weigh down your soul.

A filter isn’t fear-based. You don’t have to put it up or take it down. It’s a permanent part of you that requires a certain amount of inner strength and a well-defined set of personal standards, but it allows you to embrace your vulnerability.

The real trick is accepting the fact that a certain amount of emotional pain is inevitable. Sometimes relationships are gonna hurt, and there’s no getting around it. People who keep their guards up are living in fear of that emotional pain. When they let their guards down, they’re just living in denial of its inevitability.

People with filters accept the inevitability of emotional pain, but they have the self-discipline to mitigate chaos and negativity by either processing it, or cutting it off at the source.