Follower Appreciation Post!
I just want to send out a big THANK YOU to my 30 followers! You are all so lovely. :)
I posted this three times tonight and had three people tell me that I helped save their life. Thank you to those people who have decided to struggle through to let us enjoy the gift of one more day of their prescence gracing us all. I hope that you all reblog this, to save another few. Because we all dserve another chance and hope in life. I went to the hospital 6 times before I decided to keep my life but I hope none of you suffer that much. And I hope you all can make that scary, seemingly painful, blind, hoping, wonderful step to live.
I want to help you in any way I can. ANYTHING. I mean it. If I had had someone stay with me and text me or talk to me all night, just one time, it would have changed my life. I know how hard those nights can be.
^I love this girl more than words can express.
foundmywaywheniwaslost: I am always here if anyone ever needs to talk/vent. You have a purpose, Please Stay Alive. <3
Not just for tonight but for the rest of your life. You have so much to look forward to in the future that if you choose to kill yourself, it will be the biggest mistake of your life. You’re going to miss out on people you’ll never be able to meet, kids you’ll never have, a partner to love or partys to go to. There’s just too much that you’ll miss out on. You deserve and have the right to be here as much as the person next to you does. You’re just a drop in the ocean. You were meant to be here and you have a purpose. Don’t ever forget that. And if you feel like you don’t, just believe in yourself because you do. If you ever feel worthless or like shit, know that I love you and those dicks that tell you shit are jealous that you’re who you are because there’s something about you that they wish they could have. Please stay strong and never give up because things DO GET BETTER.
3rd time I reblog this xx
Keep your self awake, I hope your here to stay. This day is not yet over, let me be your four leaf clover.
Reblogged it and queued it so it’ll post tomorrow too. And the next day and the next so I hope I can save someone. We all love you.
someone messaged me this morning saying it helped and thanked me, so im reblogging this again, and queuing it. stay strong guys.
I reblog this whenever I see it. If you don’t reblog it, unfollow me right now. If you don’t care enough to put this simple picture on your blog, I’m judging you.
The very first time that I reblogged this, I had someone message me the next day saying that because of me, they didn’t kill themself. From then on whenever I see anything like this on Tumblr it’s an instant reblog for me. After receiving that message it just changed something in me. Whenever anyone I see on my dash is having thoughts of self-harm or even suicide, I automatically go to their page and offer them even just an ear to listen. Nearly all of them I receive messages back from saying that they are grateful, and they end up sharing their story with me, and in return I give them advice as best I can. Several of them have said that their lives have gotten much better because they opened up and sought out help.
Out of those people, I’d say at least 5 have even gone so far as to say that they didn’t kill themself because of me. That is, I kid you not, the best feeling in the world.
I needed this reminder.
Thank you for making this
i love you all
If you dont reblog this im judging you
tumblr rule 123456643: reblog this post whenever it’s on your dashboard.
My husband wears a lot of graphic tees. Now, being male, he has little patience with neatly folded … anything. After years of dealing with messy piles of wrinkled shirts in his drawer, I gave in and searched online for solutions. The result is this, my modified version of this method. His shirts stay standing graphic-side-up so that he can always tell which shirt he’s grabbing.
- Lay shirt flat, graphic facing up.
- Pinch the fabric at the edge of the collar with one hand. Make a second pinch at the bottom of the shirt, in line with the first pinch, and lift. The graphic should be facing away from you, sleeve facing down. Lay back onto folding surface, graphic down.
- Fold the collar and bottom edge toward each other, graphic remaining on the outside. Lay back onto folding surface, graphic-side down. Fold sleeve in until flush with edge.
- Fold until the width matches that of the collar, keeping graphic facing down. I usually leave a finger-width of space on either side. I photographed this step facing up so you can see the width of the collar. If this helps you, you can flip the graphic facing up for this step. Just place it face-down before step 5.
- Fold collar-side in at just under a third of the length.
- Fold the final third and you’re done!
This is much easier than it seems with a little practice. Now I whip through that whole drawer in about three minutes and it stays tidy, even with just a few shirts left in the drawer.
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