ill get to them very soon i promise

anonymous asked:

I think your art is amazing! HOW YOU DO HAIR?! You should post more art!! (ノ´ヮ`)ノ*: ・゚

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I LOVE. YOU!!!!!!


my art is weird because i draw semi realistic things in general but sometimes it gets cartoonish as fuck so idk……????
i have two art sideblogs: @arts-eli & @addictivities-art
arts-eli is my traditional art thing (ITS A BIT NSFW BECAUSE I LOVE ANATOMY OKAY PLEASE EXCUSE ME) and addictivities-art is my digital art thing if you want to check them out… :>> ♥

im at school right now so i promise that as soon as i get home ill reblog this with a very quick tutorial on hair :> ♡ do stay tuned i guess

I don’t know if I’m the only one who thinks like this, but honestly the most triggering thing for me is when someone tells me I’m worth something, that I “deserve” to be happy or anything of the sort.

Because it immediately brings up all of these thoughts telling me the exact opposite of what they’re saying, telling me that I’m worthless, and deserve to die.

And when you tell them that hearing that doesn’t help they’ll say things like “But you do deserve it.” which only makes things worse. I don’t know why people think these “get well soon” card lines will help with very serious mental illnesses but it’s really starting to get annoying because it DOESN’T HELP.

When someone has a mental illness or just feels depressed or sad in general, they don’t need to hear empty promises like “You’ll get better”, “You deserve to be happy”, or “You’ll feel better soon enough, you just need time”, what we NEED to hear is “I’ll help you get better”, “I care about you and want to help you be happy again”, and “You’re not worthless, and everyone cares about you so much and we want to help you get better”.

We need to hear that we’re cared about and that there’s people who want to help us, not that we’ll get better eventually. Most of us are too far gone to believe “eventually” will ever come. We need people who love and support us to help us through it and to tell us we’re not a burden and that we’ll get better WITH they’re support as opposed to just saying we’ll get better without even so much as a mention whether they care or not if we get better or worse.

We need to hear that we’re not alone, but most people just think their “you’ll get better” lines are good enough and don’t bother to elaborate on the subject or just avoid it entirely.