Freedom From self-destruction

This blog promotes freedom from any type of self-destruction, including self-harm and eating disorders, but will also encourage against cyber-bullying, pornography addiction, alcohol addiction, drug addiction and an overall sense of feeling like you’re not good enough.

This blog says you are good enough. This blog says you are worth something. Worth dying for.

This blog is a christian blog, accepting you for who you are and what you’re going through. Nobody is too far gone. Nobody is too messed up. It may take a little while, but there is freedom from self-destruction.
twerkingderp:

thebisexualfeminist:

This is so important I can’t even put it into words. 
Not all Christians are closed minded assholes.
Not all Muslims are terrorists.
Not all atheists are anti-religion jerks.

THIS

twerkingderp:

thebisexualfeminist:

This is so important I can’t even put it into words. 

Not all Christians are closed minded assholes.

Not all Muslims are terrorists.

Not all atheists are anti-religion jerks.

THIS

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strawberryskies:

We scorn girls for caring about their appearance too much then turn around and scorn them for not caring enough when they stop. 

Trying to be pretty in a world that values beauty isn’t a crime. 

Trying to challenge a world that values beauty too highly isn’t a crime either. 

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This is what happens when you put me in the same room as curly synthetic dreadlocks >_>

This is what happens when you put me in the same room as curly synthetic dreadlocks >_>

Don’t glamourise.

freedomfromblog:

The images we associate with Eating Disorders:
-Black and white photos.
-Empty plates with mottos on them
-Measuring tape with no numbers
-Scales with question marks
-Half eaten apples next to whole apples
-Skinny girls

The Reality:
-Vomit
-Hidden food that’s gone rotten
-Hosptial rooms
-Drips
-Peeing blood
-No friends
-Bald patches
-Dying

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emmablackery:

Tried hard to put the appropriate trigger warnings in the tags. Finally felt able to make a video on self-harm. Not just telling you that “it’ll be okay”, but techniques on how to stop or replace damaging methods and people you can tell and trust. Also thoughts on what to do when you have a friend who is self-harming. I hope this is helpful.

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