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Independent and self sufficient. Lover and a fighter. From boxing to camping... experiencing my life at every angle in which I find the utmost happiness and challenge to better myself. Absolute adrenaline junkie and one more thing, I've got a musical soul.

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Tom Hardy for Esquire | May 2014
Tom Hardy for Esquire | May 2014

(Source: abitoftomhardy, via stopneglectingyourhealth)

Mental illness is not like make up. You cannot apply it in the morning then remove at home where there is no one around. It will not make people love you more. You cannot put on a coat of depression, dust on anxiety, draw on your self injuries and spray your bulimia. It is not something so people think you are beautiful, Mental illness is not beautiful.

Mental illness is a disease to the brain. It makes you sick, the voices that you hear are no one else’s but your own. You get tired of things that you once loved, you get tired of people you once loved. Sometimes, you get so scared to go outside that you’d rather die inside your room. You hate yourself and hate yourself, you have no other way to express it but to draw blood. You remember that there are 49 calories in an apple but forget how to smile.
It is not like make up. You are not playing ‘Mommy’ or ‘Grown Ups’ It will not make you any more or less beautiful. So please stop pretending and romanticising mental illness.

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Loneliness is mainly caused by not being able to communicate the things important to yourself and being misunderstood by others.
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The best thing about the bedroom was the bed. I liked to stay in bed for hours, even during the day with covers pulled up to my chin. It was good in there, nothing ever occurred in there, no people, nothing.
Charles Bukowski (via lettheworldend)

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I grew up on stories of “boy wins the girl”
and I always used to wonder what she wins.
if anything | Derek Deyling (via thedbldee)