So I clicked on my blog and I realized that the whole first page is pretty much all text because of questions and stuff I’ve been posting! SO, I had an idea!
What if I make a sub-blog for all of those asks? Questions, venting, advice-asking, whatever? I’ll screenshot all the ones I already have & post them as pictures on that blog and delete them from this one!
So I come onto your page, for some reason I do not know, but all I know is that right now I am crying my eyes out. You are amazing. I was thinking of taking my life tonight, but you have changed that. Please, do not change who you are. You are changing so many people's lives out there. Thank you so much. Without your blog I would not be here tomorrow. You are amazing.<3
I know I already answered in your ask, but I just want to post this message because it touched me. I cried so hard when I read it, and it just seriously meant so much. I want you to know I am here for you if you need me, because no one deserves to feel like you did. It makes me so happy to know that I was able to help you, and I want you to know that I will be here to help you always if you need me<3
Sorry guys, I know I’ve been gone for a bit; school and exams are just taking over my life, plus I was sick for a bit last week. BUT, I am back, I just answered all my messages, they are in le queue :D
And hopefully I’ll be able to post stuff when I finish studying :)
If we let our past define us, we lose our sense of who we are. The things that have happened shape our lives and they do affect the people we become. But they do not control us. They do not define us. They cannot stop us from living, from being happy.
“For as long as you can remember, you have been a pleaser, depending on others to give you an identity. You need not look at that only in a negative way. You wanted to give your heart to others, and you did so quickly and easily. But now you are being asked to let go of all these self-made props and trust that God is enough for you. You must stop being a pleaser and reclaim your identity as a free self.”—Henri Nouwen