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I’m scared to get close and I hate being alone,
I long for that feeling to not feel at all.
The higher I get, the lower I sink,
I can’t drown my demons they know how to swim.
Anonymous said: im stopping my mums tomorrow night,and i want to tell my mum about my boyfriend i have been with for over a year & half, we haven't met in person yet but we do skype so i know for sure he is real. i really don't know how to tell her, any advice?
Wow Internet relationships are usually hard to explain to parents. Believe me, I know. I’d suggest coming into the topic slowly. Judge her reaction to it. In fact things like this should be done over time. Like if your talking you could say “My friend in ____ told me about that.” If he lives far away and she asks how you know him say that you talk over the Internet. It’s just for them meeting someone over the Internet equals meeting a pedophile. While they have reasons for saying that it can sometimes lead to then being close-minded. Are you and your boyfriend ever planning on meeting in real life? If so maybe you should wait till then to tell your mother. Telling parents about relationships is hard enough, it’s even harder to do it when she can’t meet him. Truth is, no matter how much your parents want you to be honest with them and tell them everything, it’s still should be done with tact.
To those nights we lie awake and let the darkness encompass us…When we go over every moment in our lives we did wrong. And we feel it builds up in our chest and our throat until we can’t take it anymore. You don’t have to live in the past. You can’t change the things you’ve done, but you can look to the future. I promise you that you’ll make mistakes again but that’s life and it happens. No matter what hold your head up high and take a moment to remember at least one thing about you that separates you from the rest. You’re special and unique and I love you. I’m only an ask away. - X
Anonymous said: im really lost and i have no idea what to do. i just told my mum that i hurt myself. and i cant take it. i just feel so much more ashamed and disgusting. i dont know. i cant do this. i dont know what to do.
I think you took the right step in recovery. You don’t have to deal with this alone. You are so brave for being able to tell this to your mom. She needs to deal with it. She can’t just keep on believing that everything is ok. It’s perfectly normal that you reached out to your mother. She should be supportive. You will get through this. Your scars are nothing to be ashamed of. They’re you and you can’t erase that. But there are other ways to deal. I know that right now you have so many emotions inside of you, sometimes more than you can bare but that’s what makes us human. We are flawed and impressionable. Your mom needs to support you. Tell her that it took a lot of courage for you to open up and you just want her support. And if she can’t deal with it then she is the one who should feel ashamed.
You guys know that I’m only an ask away. Don’t be shy or hesitate to contact me. No problem is too small if it is worrying you. Believe me I understand, we’ve all been in the same place. If I can help even one person I know that I’m making a difference in this world.
Anonymous said: ermm i think i have a crush on my bestfriend, what do i do?
"In almost every friendship between a girl and a boy, one party likes the other."- This is what my friend told me the other day, and I furtively tried to prove her wrong. Sure, there are many friendships where feelings are not involved, but there just as many with them. Half the time, the person being liked doesn’t know. It’s perfectly normal to like your best friend and even natural. I don’t think there is much you can do. Does s/he like you? If yes then maybe you should give it a try. If not then you should give it sometime. You have to remember, bringing feelings into a relationship may make or break it. It’s a risk and you have to decide if you’re willing to take it. Let your heart lead. And remember, everything happens for a reason.