A Star is Born
alixvause:

I don’t say that to everyone.

alixvause:

I don’t say that to everyone.

chantdeschampsderuines:

a kiss view on IRMI love this. Just look at their hearts, how they’re beating..It’s beautiful. 

chantdeschampsderuines:

a kiss view on IRM
I love this. Just look at their hearts, how they’re beating..
It’s beautiful. 

"— I know it feels like we’re saying goodbye, but we will carry a piece of each other into everything that we do next, to remind us of who we are, and of who we’re meant to be.

dullhypotheses:


Dullhypotheses’ Guide To Rehab (Part Two)

At around March, I was admitted into a rehabilitation center because of my depression. However, I am feeling much better now, and have thought of sharing my experience so that — hopefully — others may be able to use it in their writing, in the background of their characters, or for their personal use. This is a part two to my guide to rehab, and you can check out part one here. I highly recommend reading that first before turning to this one.
The same disclaimer follows: Not all rehabs works the same way. Different rehabilitation centers have different styles — some more lax, and others more strict. The type of rehab I was in is not the only type of rehab there is, but it is one type.
I hope I am able to be of some help! If there are any questions about life in rehab that you think I might help in, don’t be afraid to send me an ask!

Under the cut, you will find the following sections:

i. Length of Duration in Rehabii. After Careiii. Supplication of Food, Toiletries, Clothing, etc.iv. Check-Upsv. Group Therapy Guidelinesvi. OJT (On the Job Training) Studentsvii. Visitation and Going Out: Day Pass, Out on Pass, Escorts and Parentsviii. Family Dialogueix. Checking Outx. Life After Rehab

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dullhypotheses:

Dullhypotheses’ Guide To Rehab (Part Two)

At around March, I was admitted into a rehabilitation center because of my depression. However, I am feeling much better now, and have thought of sharing my experience so that — hopefully — others may be able to use it in their writing, in the background of their characters, or for their personal use. This is a part two to my guide to rehab, and you can check out part one here. I highly recommend reading that first before turning to this one.

The same disclaimer follows: Not all rehabs works the same way. Different rehabilitation centers have different styles — some more lax, and others more strict. The type of rehab I was in is not the only type of rehab there is, but it is one type.

I hope I am able to be of some help! If there are any questions about life in rehab that you think I might help in, don’t be afraid to send me an ask!

Under the cut, you will find the following sections:

i. Length of Duration in Rehab
ii. After Care
iii. Supplication of Food, Toiletries, Clothing, etc.
iv. Check-Ups
v. Group Therapy Guidelines
vi. OJT (On the Job Training) Students
vii. Visitation and Going Out: Day Pass, Out on Pass, Escorts and Parents
viii. Family Dialogue
ix. Checking Out
x. Life After Rehab

Read More

I think about dying but I dont want to die. Not even close. In fact my Problem is the complete opposite. I want to live, I want to escape. I feel trapped and bored and claustrophobic. There’s so much to see and so much to do but I somehow still find myself doing nothing at all. I’m still here in this metaphorical bubble of existence and I can’t quite figure out what the hell I’m doing or how to get out of it.
Matty Healy (via x-fck-x)
ineedthepractice:

Aunt May has a few words for the Scorpion.

ineedthepractice:

Aunt May has a few words for the Scorpion.

lifeywifey:

I have this saved as “me too buddy”.

lifeywifey:

I have this saved as “me too buddy”.

theqovernor:

If you’re going through hell, keep going.

steve almost falling as he reaches out for bucky (✖╭╮✖)

stunningpicture:

Took a picture of a man and daughter at a coffee shop to show them what they would look like in 10 years

stunningpicture:

Took a picture of a man and daughter at a coffee shop to show them what they would look like in 10 years