I need a haircut, I feel gross. It’s kind of ridiculous how much my hair plays into whether I feel good about myself or not.

I guess that’s what happens when you have trichotillomania, hair is something incredibly important.

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Flirting was new to me… but I liked it. — Hazel, “The Fault in Our Stars” (via stefyjonas1)
Psychologists say: The person who tries to keep everyone happy often ends up feeling the loneliest. — (via dangnikki)

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Be someone who makes someone else look forward to tomorrow. — (via faggynotsoswaggy)

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if a girl ignores you she’s either hella pissed or hella sad and whatever it is you better apologize if you don’t wanna be ignored for the next 28 years

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Anonymous asked: Why do you pull your hair out?


It’s a compulsion for me. I often feel like I have to pull. It’s a really strong urge (for me) to overcome, so I usually end up giving in. I manage to convince myself that it’s less harmful than cutting myself, which may or may not be true. And it gives me relief. But I hate the aftermath, and I would get rid of this disorder in a heartbeat if I could. 

Honesty hour!

I was never pretty enough to be the pretty girl and I was never quirky enough to be the quirky girl. Boys didn’t look at me in high school and think I was the pretty girl.

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