overcome-your-dem0ns

you-can-call-me-belle:

jordynivy:

annaoverboard:

What if you wake up one morning and you’re in bed with the love of your life and they have their arm around you and their snoring like a fucking ass hole, but you can’t help but to smile and you hear a baby crying and it finally hits you, you’ve made it.
you beat the demons inside you, the voices, the darkness.
I look forward to that, to knowing I made it.

this deserve so many notes

I just teared up… This is beautiful.

starting to think about the hell i’ll go through while applying for places at the end of this year/start of next year and aarrgghh i’m not ready to be an adult trying to freelance so i can make rent

so i’m watching 10 Years which is a film full of actors that I love (Channing Tatum, Justin Long, Kate Mara, Chris Pratt, Scott Porter, Brian Geraghty, Anthony Mackie, Rosario Dawson, Oscar Isaac, Lynn Collins, Max Minghella, Kelly Noonan, Juliet Lopez and Jenna Dewan)

and i just

i just think i love it so much cos it’s about the lasting power of friendships and keeping up appearances and hey it’s okay if your life isn’t as great or turned out as you imagined

its just a really nice movie

amyleona

You are your own hero

anotherbrandofbeauty:

You were the one who picked yourself up off the shower floor when the easiest option was to stay there and sob.
You were the one who dragged yourself out of bed when all you wanted to do was hide under the blankets and pretend all your problems didn’t exist.
You were the one who choked down your dinner even though your stomach was tied in knots and it would be easier to just not eat.
And you have to be the one who’s brave enough to stand up and say, “I need help.”

oldfilmsflicker
bbook:

As a parent there’s a time when you have to start to make an effort to get to know your kids as separate human beings, and they have to look at you differently and not just as a parent. That’s a very worthwhile challenge because I’m sure when you’re around your parents you’re not exactly the way you are around your friends, and no matter how cool you are, you’re still the mom. Also I’m traveling a lot more and going to festivals and doing the things I really wanted to do when I was home. So my kids are like, what’s up with you and I tell them that this is actually who I was before I had you—so who are you? Let’s start from there.
Susan Sarandon on ‘The Last of Robin Hood,’ Toxic Relationships, and Discovering ‘The Bachelor’

bbook:

As a parent there’s a time when you have to start to make an effort to get to know your kids as separate human beings, and they have to look at you differently and not just as a parent. That’s a very worthwhile challenge because I’m sure when you’re around your parents you’re not exactly the way you are around your friends, and no matter how cool you are, you’re still the mom. Also I’m traveling a lot more and going to festivals and doing the things I really wanted to do when I was home. So my kids are like, what’s up with you and I tell them that this is actually who I was before I had you—so who are you? Let’s start from there.

Susan Sarandon on ‘The Last of Robin Hood,’ Toxic Relationships, and Discovering ‘The Bachelor’

wonderland-inalice

wonderland-inalice:

I’m watching Never Been Kissed, but I can only watch it with breaks every five minutes because the embarrassment I feel for her is so overwhelming I absolutely cannot stand it 

gurl i feel you. insanely intense second hand embarrassment is my thing. just ask my sister (she refuses to watch movies with me where I get so embarrassed for the characters onscreen that I will literally hide behind a pillow)