2 hours ago
I’ve wasted my nights
You turned out the lights
Now I’m paralyzed
Still stuck in that time when we called it love
But even the sun sets in paradise.
If happy ever after did exist
I would still be holding you like this
All those fairy tales are full of shit
One more stupid love song, I’ll be sick
You turned your back on tomorrow
‘Cause you forgot yesterday
I gave you my love to borrow
But you just gave it away
You can’t expect me to be fine
I don’t expect you to care
I know I said it before
But all of our bridges burned down
Notes: 837523 / 1 day ago
from cupcakedujour (originally from hazelhirao)
"I either eat too much or starve myself. Sleep for 14 hours or have insomniac nights. Fall in love very hard or hate passionately. I don’t know what grey is. I never did."
2 days ago
8 yr old’s way smarter than me…
2 days ago
When we think about betrayal in terms of the marble jar metaphor, most of us think of someone we trust doing something so terrible that it forces us to grab the jar and dump out every single marble. What’s the worst betrayal of trust? He sleeps with my best friends. She lies about where the money went. He/she chooses someone over me. Someone uses my vulnerability against me (an act of emotional treason that causes most of us to slam the entire jar to the ground rather than just dumping out the marbles.) All terrible betrayals, definitely, but there is a particular sort of betrayal that is more insidious and equally corrosive to trust.
In fact, this betrayal usually happens long before the other ones. I’m talking about the betrayal of disengagement. Of not caring. Of letting the connection go. Of not being willing to devote time and effort to the relationship. The word betrayal evokes experiences of cheating, lying, breaking a confidence, failing to defend us to someone else who’s gossiping about us, and not choosing us over other people. These behaviors are certainly betrayals, but they’re not the only form of betrayal. If I had to choose the form of betrayal that emerged most frequently from my research and that was the most dangerous in terms of corroding the trust connection, I would would say disengagement.
When the people we love or with whom we have a deep connection stop caring, stop paying attention, stop investing and fighting for the relationship, trust begins to slip away and hurt starts seeping in. Disengagement triggers shame and our greatest fears - the fears of being abandoned, unworthy, and unlovable. What can make this covert betrayal so much more dangerous than something like a lie or an affair is that we can’t point to the source of our pain - there’s no event, no obvious evidence of brokenness. It can feel crazy-making.
~ Brené Brown
Notes: 129167 / 5 days ago
from bluelittlegirl (originally from hazelhirao)
"My nights are for overthinking, my mornings are for oversleeping."
2 weeks ago
""I know now what a ghost truly is. A thick silence in a room that fills up the space of someone you love." ~ Nora #BeingHuman"
Notes: 6599 / 2 weeks ago
from nocturnaloldsoul (originally from tastefullyoffensive)
2 weeks ago
Yes! Thank you @urbaurba @bbamok :) #lovebelongs
2 weeks ago
Notes: 385540 / 2 weeks ago
from afternoonsnoozebutton (originally from gifak-net)
SLEEP TIME IS NOW
SWEET DREAMS HUMAN
I WILL BE HERE, SHARING MY WARMTHS
I GOOD DOG
I KEEP MY HUMAN SAFE <3
Notes: 149 / 2 weeks ago
from glassesanddreads (originally from itsthecword)
Notes: 12 / 3 weeks ago