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My general rules:


Help those who ask.
Send hope to those too scared to ask.
Be around if someone may need you.
Offer your time and your shoulder.
Ask appropriate questions.
Accept appropriate questions.
Answer appropriately.
Do not shame.
Offer sympathy, but do not tell someone you know how they feel if you haven’t been in the same situation.
Sometimes never tell someone you know how they feel.
Offer hugs.
Be nice.
Have hope.

Do it



it ok to not be ready

Please spread this shit like wildfire. People go on and sit through the whole experience and they’re uncomfortable because they just want to please their partner and they don’t tell them that they want to stop because they are not ready. It’s okay not to be ready. 

Stopping something halfway through can be so hard, “how dare i work them up and not follow through”…


Giant ‘Kelpies’ Horse Head Sculptures by Andy Scott

Currently in the last stages of construction after nearly 7 years of development, the Kelpies are a pair of gargantuan horse heads by public artist Andy Scott that now tower over the Forth & Clyde canal in Falkirk, Scotland. The sculptures measure some 30 meters tall (99 ft.) and are meant as a monument to the horse-powered heritage of Scotland

(Source: asylum-art)

Trauma impels people both to withdraw from close relationships and to seek them desperately. The profound disruption in basic trust, the common feelings of shame, guilt, and inferiority, and the need to avoid reminders of the trauma that might be found in social life, all foster withdrawal from close relationships. But the terror of the traumatic event intensifies the need for protective attachments. The traumatized person therefore frequently alternates between isolation and anxious clinging to others. […] It results in the formation of intense, unstable relationships that fluctuate between extremes.
Judith Herman in Trauma and Recovery (via aloegoo)


(Source: psychologicalsnippets)

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