i don't understand how you don't love them honestly

imgabbyrae  asked:

I'm crying. I don't understand. I mean...I see what the rumors meant about how much ahe loves Bellamy because she had someone drug and drag him to the bunker and all but...I...I'm crying? I don't cry over shows...ever. I feel kinda betrayed by the writers or something...I don't know. This is bad. Then that preview...wth am I experiencing right now? Do you understand what's going on with Clarke? I've rooted for her since day one because I thought I understood her, but now..? Roan. Luna. Ilian.

JUST LIKE WHAT LXA DID TO HER.

She was taught what love was by the girl she loved. Kidnap them and force them against their will into political plans to save their lives. honestly that’s like life. how people treat you is how you treat others. 

HOLY SHIT. They never thought that was good. They never intended CL to be beautiful… no i take it back. it was beautiful, but beautiful and horrible. just like what clarke did to bellamy. omg. 

however, roan, luna and Ilian are not her fault. That was the fault of grounder society. 

anonymous asked:

I hope it's alright to ask this, I honestly don't know where else to go. Lately I've been have some pretty terrible thoughts and urges that I can't act on because /I'm supposed to be better/. I don't know how to make them stop. I've started antidepressants but I'm only a few days in. I am so so sorry if I shouldn't of sent this. I'm sorry.

no love, it’s perfectly alright. i understand how you’re feeling, but i have to tell you something. you’re not supposed to better. there is no supposed to. you want to get better, and you want to fight these terrible thoughts and terrible urges. and you know what? you are. you fight them every day, and for that, you’re already doing better than “supposed to be better”. you’re fighting.

further, you’re trying to get better. you’ve started antidepressants, and for that, i’m really proud of you. starting medication can always be scary, if not for stigma, for fear of what it’ll do, what it won’t do. antidepressants are however, simply balancing out the chemicals in your brain. a lot of people under stress or even just being themselves end up with an imbalance. it’s like waking up with a broken leg. you wouldn’t tell someone with a broken leg they were supposed to be up and walking by now, especially if the break is just as bad as the day it arrived, if not worse.

you can be proud of yourself, proud of fighting and proud of wanting to get better, because that’s the first step and really, the only motivation you need. no one can take away your want to get better. give your medication at least a week or two to kick in, and also keep track of if it makes you feel better or worse. sometimes the first meds aren’t the right ones, and that’s okay, you just need to keep trying new ones.

the world will go on with you in it, and things will change. the meds will kick in, the broken leg might be really bad some days, but it will be manageable a lot of days too. you’ll get to talk to people you love, your friends, do things you love. grow and learn. you’re doing so well, and i really am so proud of you.

Honestly one of the best things about bnha is how none of the characters are brushed aside and stuck in the background yet it still manages to focus on its main character. Like you have series like F@!ry t@!l that have characters like Jellal that is really interesting and well written and developed but oops you only see him twice a year and the rest is Natsu pulling some dragon move out of his ass and then you have bnha that has kirishima and momo on a team with three main characters in a major arc and they are all a part of the end result it’s not just ‘here’s some cool characters anyway midoriya saves the day’ they all banded together for the outcome and I don’t know I just really appreciate an author writing all of these characters and then actually //writing// these characters and giving them the spotlight and development regardless of if they’re the the main character or not

anonymous asked:

I don't understand how you couldn't be proud of your videos. They're honestly some of the best material on YouTube. Just produce what you want to produce, and if others don't like it then fuck them.

Its not that I hate what I make, I love making videos. But whenever I finish one I immediately think of what i could have done better. What would have been more interesting, more visual, more creative. It’s just me, I’ve always been like that. 

anonymous asked:

Hi Azra, I've always enjoyed your writing and the powerful relationship advice you give people, amongst other things. However, I am deeply disturbed by your recent prose piece. The fact that it was based on a movie is irrelevant to me. When you say things like "I don't think I saw/felt anything before you" you are planting ideas in young girls heads that they were nothing before they met someone else. I don't understand how "It's so fucking empty without you" is empowering or healthy at all.

I am honestly getting really sick of having to defend my writing. You can’t say the fact that it’s based on a movie is irrelevant to you because it’s written like that because of the movie it’s based on. Because that is how they loved. That’s what it looked like to them. I’m not here as some mouthpiece for young girls to aspire to. I’m here and I have a blog and I write things on it. That’s it. Please stop ascribing these roles onto me, I certainly didn’t ask for them. 

And another thing, women are loads of different qualities. Strong women who don’t love, strong women who do, weak women who don’t love, weak women who do, intelligent women, smart women, scared women, cowardly women, brave women, it all looks different for everybody. You could find the strongest, most empowered woman who is brought to her knees because of love. Sometimes love is all consuming. Sometimes it does feel like nobody else existed before them. It’s not necessarily healthy or right, but that’s what it is. And that’s what I was writing about. Thanks 

anonymous asked:

I don't see how you could be in a relationship with someone that has kids. I wouldn't be able to tolerate that. I mean yeah i could be their friend but nothing more. I want children but I want them of my own blood. I just don't see how you could deal with that.

Understandable. I honestly felt the same way a few years ago, but then I met them. I love them. They’re the greatest kids I’ve ever met - and honestly, the second you stop looking at them as ‘not your flesh and blood’ and start looking at them as just little silly people, any kind of bias like that goes out the window. Love is love - some people can’t stand their own children so the same applies when the situation is flipped :-)

anonymous asked:

I don't understand why people are bashing Lauren? I mean, if you honestly like the group, you like all of the girls. You can't like just one of them. You like them all. And if you don't want to express love for all of them, don't. But don't fucking bash them for hanging out with people and dressing how they want. If there's anything these girls have taught me, it's self love and respect. Once you can love and respect yourself you most love and respect others, and only then are you a good person.

anonymous asked:

So, since you don't believe in my right to marry a man (I'm a gay male) you believe that I should be denied legal protections when the man I fall in love with, and spend my life with dies? Why? Because it's a sin? I honestly don't understand how your religion has any pull on LEGAL marriage. Ban me from your churches - I don't care, but don't strip my rights from me - to tell me that the person I live my entire life with and I will have no protection from the world, is not very christian.

Hi lovely,

I’m sorry, but you seem to have misunderstood my thoughts on this one (or maybe I worded them unclearly). As J.S. Park so eloquently put it, “I don’t believe the church has the right to write government laws, just as much as the government cannot write the church’s laws. The church can inform policy, but we cannot impose a point of view on the individual choices of others. That would be an abusive, theocratic tyranny.” I agree with this. For Christians to forcefully impose our beliefs on lawmakers would be unfair to everyone involved. I think the reason most Christians are grieving over the recent Supreme Court decision is because it allows others to see same-sex marriage as more acceptable in society, and may make them forget it is still a sin.

And for the record, no Godly church would ever ban you. That would completely go against everything we as Christians are trying to do! We want to welcome anyone and everyone to the church and spread the gospel to everyone. EVERYONE is welcome at the foot of the cross. There is forgiveness for everyone, there is unending mercy and grace for everyone, and God loves and accepts everyone.

Feel free to ask any more questions you may have! God bless you :)