i will be a stronger person this week

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How is your mom

she wrenched her spine and is pretty shaken up, but she’s going to be okay

“I was 15 years old, laying on my bedroom floor, shaking and trying to shove my heart back into my chest after you told me you didn’t love me anymore and I’m covered in scars and there are still nights when I find myself trying to hold my bones together with bleeding hands and breathing gets hard but fuck, if I can survive you and the way you tore me apart I can survive anything.”
— why teenagers think we’re invincible

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Body — Mother Mother

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i’ve been hearing their voice say my name for near an hour now and wearing headphones doesn’t drown them out if they’re in my head

i somehow double-dosed on all of my morning and afternoon meds today and my hands are almost as shaky as the words that catch in my throat when i talk about you

it’s tomorrow already and i haven’t taken last night’s meds but if i chase klonopin with risperdal now then i won’t be able to wake up i won’t be able to know if i’m still dreaming

the nightmares are bleeding through into daylight lately in little flashes and whispers and bruises and i had a panic attack in the shower this morning when i snagged my hair on a soap rack because i was so sure that it was his hands pulling my head back and holding me there and even a few minutes after i snapped out of it i couldn’t breathe and i’m so fucking stupid sometimes

you may be a nightmare, but i don’t think i’m asleep right now

evyerhting is s loud and clsoe a nd i want itto sto p

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Big Houses — Squalloscope

por matheusleepsinabush (inicialmente matheusleepsinabush) etiquetado a f

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Butterfly scales | Jo Angell Design

Coloured Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of scales from the wing of a peacock butterfly, Inachis io. These scales have an intricate design and overlap like the tiles on the roof of a building. They allow heat and light to enter, and also insulate the insect. They may also be highly coloured. The metallic appearance of the scales is due to ridges along their length.