1. Do you have a ‘thing’ with someone? 2. Do you have any hickeys/bruises on your body? 3. Have you ever tried your hardest and then gotten disappointed in the end? 4. Who was the last person you talked to last night before you went to bed? 5. Do you believe what goes around comes around? 6. Where is your biological mother right now? 7. Have you been to any concerts this summer? 8. Have you ever been to a concert? 9. How many schools have you been to? 10. What do your socks look like? 11. Have you ever read a Harry Potter book? 12. Have you ever ‘dated’ someone you’ve never met? 13. Have you ever left America? 14. Have you ever kissed someone whose name started with L? 15. How many times have you cried in a person’s arms? 16. Do you enjoy wearing dresses? 17. What were you doing at 8:00 this morning? 18. Do you know who you’ll kiss next? 19. Have you broken the law in the last three days? 20. What are you excited about? 21. Have your friends ever randomly stopped by your house? 22. Is anyone ignoring you right now? 23. What if you had a baby with the last person you texted? 24. Do you currently have feelings for anyone? 25. When was the last time you threw up? 26. Do you remember the name of your first school you ever went to? 27. How was the beginning of this year for you? 28. How do you think the year will end for you?
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“You are disenfranchised, your parents don’t understand you. You like boys, they don’t like you. You are smart but not smart enough. You are too fat. You are too thin. You have to get into college but you have to finish your 18 extracurricular activities first. Your best friend betrays you, your boyfriend cheats on you. Your parents get divorced. People offer you drugs and drinks. Maybe you take them, maybe you don’t. People are mean to you. Again and again and again. When you come home from school, you sit in the bathroom and cry for an hour. Every day. With the door closed, you turn on the stereo. Someone is singing about problems just like yours. They’re not commenting on them, not judging them, just echoing them, making them real, validating them. You sing along and your tears dry up. You switch on your computer. You’re safe in your room. You control everything. You’re alone. But you check your buddy list and know, you are anything but alone.”—(via yourmain-priority)
I hate my stomach. I hate my teeth. I hate how my clothes look on me. I hate my voice. I hate how I talk to people. I hate my personality. I hate that everything gets to me and I care too much. I hate that I'm never smart enough. I hate that I'm not enough for anyone. I just want to be everything that I'm not.