over being forever alone

no, you don’t know what you don’t have ‘til it’s w a l k i n g in some BLACK stilettos, talking to some handsome devil

LUNA makes a playlist: shout out to my ex ! * [ LISTEN HERE ]

ima put this really simply for y’all: this is a playlist to remind you that you don’t need no [nicki minaj voice] snotty nosed boys holding you back! inspired by the recent release of little mix’s shout out to my ex, the following is a compilation of some of my favorite songs about being a wonderful, beautiful, independent, bad ass bitch on your own. next time you think about calling your ex or diving into that tub of ben & jerry’s for an evening of self-loathing over being forever alone, TURN THIS SHIT ON and remember, you got this! please like/reblog if you share or enjoy this! here is the tracklist for your previewing pleasure:

i. stronger (what doesn’t kill you - kelly clarkson ii. on my own - miley cyrus iii. survivor - destiny’s child iv. needed me - rihanna v. roar - katy perry vi. walk away - kelly clarkson vii. really don’t care - demi lovato ft. cher lloyd viii. irreplaceable - beyoncé ix. shout out to my ex - little mix x. mr. know it all - kelly clarkson xi. single ladies (put a ring on it) - beyoncé xii. liar - britney spears xiii. bills, bills, bills - destiny’s child xiv. boy - little mix xv. stronger - britney spears xvi. shake it off - mariah carey xvii. independent women, pt. 1 - destiny’s child xviii. vibe. - jojo xix. do my thang - miley cyrus xx. since u been gone - kelly clarkson xxi. too little, too late - jojo xxii. circle the drain - katy perry xxiii. hair - little mix xxiv. fu - miley cyrus xxv. part of me - katy perry xxvi. grown - little mix xxvii. confident - demi lovato xxviii. high heels. - jojo xxix. f*** apologies - jojo ft. wiz khalifa xxx. something that we’re not - demi lovato xxxi. under control - ellie goulding xxxii. best thing i never had - beyoncé

anonymous asked:

I'm 18 and I haven't don't a lot of the things most 18 year olds have done and I'm worried I never will. How do I get over my fear of forever being alone and a loser?

Ah, eighteen. A magical year full of change and promise. You stand at the beginning of a lifetime’s journey and in five years time practically none of the things which you now perceive as frightening and worrisome will seem so. Adventures await you. New friends found and, sadly, old ones lost. Life beckons you on. You will make mistakes and they will make you stronger. You will fall in love and have your heart broken. You will break the heart of another. You will be afraid at times. Yet, with your youthful vigor you will overcome your fear. You are clothed now in the mantle of youthful beauty and revel in it but know that it is a temporary thing and find something lasting build upon.

Your road is wide open, mine as a fifty-four year old narrows with every passing year.  If I could go back and talk to my eighteen-year-old self I would say “stop wasting so much time worrying over trifles … be happy now!” 

What have most eighteen-year-olds done? Gone to high school? Your life is just beginning. Don’t spend it worrying about such things. 

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( 죽일놈. ; — ❝ aish, i’m not a whiny baby! it doesn’t make me a baby to be anxious around groups of people, does it? so many people together makes me nervous. i get scared of being stuck in the crowd forever, or falling and being trampled over. i prefer being alone, nobody ever wants to be my friend anyway. ❞