• me:im getting better at handling my anxiety!
  • me:has huge anxiety attack over a drawing i did that i wasnt satisfied with
  • me::^)

*Half price for extra character!

Due to recent family issues and a broken laptop, I decided to face my fears and try my hands at online commissions.

Here are more art samplesIf you are interested in ordering, please click here! I have listed all the price information + order form in there to make things easier.

Signal boosts/reblogs would be greatly appreciated. ;w; I also have a store set up over at Redbubble, Society6, and Storenvy (soon). You can find my merch posts over here.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read the whole thing, have a nice day.

Characters I’m unreasonably attached to: 26/∞

Everything we do is a choice: oatmeal or cereal, highway or side street, kiss her or keep her. We make choices and we live with the consequences. If someone gets hurt along the way we ask for forgiveness. It’s the best anyone can do.

Ned the Piemaker, Pushing Daisies


SW: 530+ | CW: ~312 | Time: ~4 years | Surgeries: None
I was sexually abused and/or assaulted as a toddler, as a pre-pubescent by my mother, and as an alcoholic chain-smoking teenager. I’ve been through stockholm syndrome twice, and I’m only 27 years old. My entire family abandoned me, and I only stopped cutting a little over a year ago. I have borderline personality disorder, depression, ptsd, anxiety, social anxiety, and arrested development. My life has gone pretty wrong, and I turned to food (compulsive over-eating) to cope. It was part of my daily routine to have a large meat lovers pizza, a large order of breadsticks, and a large sundae as a snack - a very small part of my routine, which all revolved around food.
When I was 14, I met the man who is now my husband. He’s helped me to turn my life around, and with a lot of hard work I’ve managed to drop over 230 pounds in the last 4 years. I say “over 230” because in actuality, I don’t know how big I started. The digital scales topped at out 530, and they read “Error” when I stepped on because I was too heavy for them to read.
So here I am, and I’m still turning my life around one day at a time, in the face of a whole lot of adversity. You can, too. Never, ever sell yourself short. Never feel like you don’t deserve it.