dylan and cole sprouse are 20 that’s so raven has been off the tv (other than reruns) for 6 years lizzie mcguire ended over 9 years ago shrek 1 came out 11 years ago hilary duff is pregnant miley cyrus is engaged monsters inc came out 11 years ago how fucking old am i
“Even now, all possible feelings do not yet exist, there are still those that lie beyond our capacity and our imagination. From time to time, when a piece of music no one has ever written or a painting no one has ever painted, or something else impossible to predict, fathom or yet describe takes place, a new feeling enters the world. And then, for the millionth time in the history of feeling, the heart surges and absorbs the impact.”—Nicole Krauss (via troubled)
it’s easier to say “I hate you” than “I miss you, I wish you would call me sometime.” Because sometimes it’s easier to think screw life, screw work, screw everything, than to admit that you’re overwhelmed and feel like you’re drowning. Because sometimes, it’s easier to admit the simple things than to say the hard things and realize how much you’ve been struggling and how much you feel as if life has gone out of your control.
“I want to believe that I’m not wrong. I want to believe that life isn’t full of darkness. Even if storms come to pass, the sun will shine again. No matter how painful and hard the rain may beat down on me.”—Natsuki Takaya (via wellsprings)
· Depression is a serious condition. Don’t underestimate the seriousness of depression. Depression drains a person’s energy, optimism, and motivation. Your depressed loved one can’t just “snap out of it” by sheer force of will.
· The symptoms of depression aren’t personal. Depression makes it difficult for a person to connect on a deep emotional level with anyone, even the people he or she loves most. In addition, depressed people often say hurtful things and lash out in anger. Remember that this is the depression talking, not your loved one, so try not to take it personally.
· Hiding the problem won’t make it go away. Don’t be an enabler. It doesn’t help anyone involved if you are making excuses, covering up the problem, or lying for a friend or family member who is depressed. In fact, this may keep the depressed person from seeking treatment.