September32014
4AM

love-is-the-best-thing-we-do:

"Ted and Robin were meant to be tog-"

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"The Blue French Horn was such a swe-"

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"Robin has always loved Ted, even when she rej-"

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"The finale provided closure and—"

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3AM
3AM
waltdisneyconfessions:

"I know a lot of people want a lesbian princess or more POC princesses, but honestly, I would love to see a princess in a wheelchair. I have been in one my whole life, and I would love for kids with physical disabilities to have someone to look up to, as well."

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I know a lot of people want a lesbian princess or more POC princesses, but honestly, I would love to see a princess in a wheelchair. I have been in one my whole life, and I would love for kids with physical disabilities to have someone to look up to, as well."

(via disabilityinkidlit)

2AM
1AM

Online counselling options

zelling:

eHeadspace - web counselling, email, phone support. Australia based, for ages 12-25. Part of the Headspace service. Extremely reliable, and have been lifesavers in the past. Cover a range of issues, including mental health, friends and family, work and study. Open 1pm-1am EST. Not a crisis service, but they will make referrals.

Kids Help - web counselling, email, phone support. Australia based, for ages 5-25. Open 12pm-10pm EST. Covers just about any issue.

Lifeline - web counselling, phone support. Australia based, all ages. Open 8pm-4am EST. Focus on suicide prevention, covers a range of issues.

The Butterfly Foundation - web counselling, support groups, phone support. Australia based, all ages. Open 8am-9pm EST, 20 min limit. Focus on help for eating disorders.

7 Cups of Tea - web counselling, online therapy. International, all ages, and as far as I can tell, always open.

Teenhelp.org - mainly forum based, but also provides web counselling and email support. International. Non-professional advice. Typically for under 25’s. Covers a range of issues.

Crazyboards - forum based, all ages. International. Covers a range of mental health issues, very indepth, typically quick response. 

1800Respect - primarily phone support, although suggests online counselling also available. Australian based. Provides 24/7 phone support for sexual assault/domestic/family violence. 

Beyond Blue - email, phone, web counselling service. Australian based. Focus on depression and anxiety. Open 3pm to 12am. All ages. Also includes forum support.

r/suicidewatch - Reddit forum for help with those dealing with thoughts of suicide. May be triggering to some, may help to see others from all over the world sharing experiences. Also see r/depression, because nobody should be alone in the dark. 

As someone who can’t currently afford a psychologist/psychiatrist, I thought I’d compile a list of  free resources I know of to go to for support. (Please feel free to add any). Also, given I sometimes have trouble putting things into words/speaking on the phone, these are some options for online counselling - opening hours are specific to web services.

(via clinicallydepressedpug)

1AM
12AM

safeword:

celebrate women over 50 because once we stop being useful to straight men’s desire as sex objects, we stop being useful to the broader culture as a whole and become invisible and disrespected. it’s up to us to engage with, respect, remember, valourize, speak about, learn from, and love women over 50…

September12014

lowoncliches replied to your post “[[MOR] Every time I’ve crossed a street today I was half hoping I’d…”

I wish you all the strength and a break in the near future.


Thank you.

10PM

perfectlydreadful:

White People: The Middle East is so barbaric. They’ll cut off a person’s hand just for stealing!

White People when an unarmed black kid is murdered by police in America: Yeah, but he shoplifted some cigarillos, so…

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