what if concerts were actually like this, where no one would fuckin push each other around, just be happy and jump and shit
they are like this, it’s an actual footage from an actual concert…
believe it or not. but guys have problems too. they suffer from everything that girls may suffer from. but we hide it because we cant seem weak. were not allowed to be weak. so this is for all the boys out there. you’re not alone. everyone is beautiful. male or female. remember that.
Gotta remember this
Recovery is a process, some days are going to feel tougher than others. You’ll wake up and feel like you’re back to square one without any meaning or trigger. Remember how much you’ve learnt in the process of recovery, they’ll be your weapons to survival and that’s when you’ll find the inner strength you’ve worked for and deserve.
The Butterfly Project. Seen this a few times now. Meant to be a way of distracting and empowering yourself. Give it a go and if it works then feel proud of yourself.
As many of you know, body image, eating disorder awareness, and empowering women to be healthy and happy are causes about which I am incredibly passionate. I recently had the opportunity to star in and help produce a video that gave me the opportunity to send a message about all of the above (and look goofy while eating delicious food)!
The #StopTheFoodShame project is largely in part a reaction to the youdidnoteatthat Instagram page. The account, which has more than 140,000 followers, shames and mocks women who take pictures with “bad” food, implying that skinny, healthy, attractive people don’t actually enjoy indulgent food, but rather use it as a prop. You can read more about why @youdidnoteatthat is problematic here and here.
Ready to help #StopTheFoodShame? Watch, reblog, and the next time someone tells you #YouDidNotEatThat, look them dead in the eye and say: OH. YES. I. DID.