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5footabstract:

I hate that we can’t openly crave love without appearing to lack self-love. Intimacy is a necessity and no one should ever feel like they’re robbing themselves of anything by asking for someone to share that kind of love with them. You’re not weak because you want someone to look at you like you’re gold. You can look at yourself like you’re gold but I promise that the greatest thing we’ll share as humans is a connection. Connect.

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mischief-had-been-managed:

Don’t ever fucking tell someone with depression or anxiety that their feelings are invalid because you have no fucking idea how many times a day they blame themselves for their mental illness and already feel incredibly guilty and if you’re one of those people invalidating our illness then fuck you

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chrisriddellblog:

Tuesday.

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No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.

C.S. Lewis - A Grief Observed (via creatingaquietmind)

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Confession of an INTJ/INFJ ›

raikouzan:

Every person has an aura. What we call “vibes.”

I may like you and adore you and admire you as a person, but I can’t be around you too much because your energy is just too exhausting for me. Because I am a mirror, my emotions try to keep up with yours.

But if you’re too…

Anonymous asked: Hello! I'm an INFJ and I was wondering if it's a trait of ours to be able to adapt our outer personalities in accordance to those around us? It's kind of strange, but I sometimes feel like I'm always trying to meet their needs and I can't all the time. It can get exhausting. Thanks and you have an awesome blog!

infj-feelings:

Short answer: yes.

Long answer: yes, that is your Fe at work. And it might be working too much. INFJs are susceptible to other people’s needs and emotions and might feel like they need to keep everybody happy. They end up putting everybody before themselves, which is simply unhealthy.

Try to be more critical when it comes to evaluation other people’s needs. Use your Ti function to be more rational about them. Ask yourself “Can I really help this person effectively or will I end up giving up too much of myself?”

– Hana

#yeeeesssss  #best  #infj  

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You
are the only
person you
need to be
good enough
for.

5:43 p.m. (You’re already good enough for everyone else)

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jaimarie:

They should put prizes in tampon boxes, be like yeah your period sucks but here’s 50% off of some icecream.

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I’m not heartless. I just learned how to use my heart less.

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I didn’t say I liked it. I said it fascinated me. There is a great difference.

Oscar Wilde, adapted from The Picture of Dorian Gray (via lifeinpoetry)

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teamrocketing:

it’s time for everyone to realize how cute i am and give me the endless amount of attention i deserve

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iamamessimustconfess:

vladimirnootin:

mashable:

So many items arranged so beautifully.

This is so satisfying to look at.

this makes me happy

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