ivvvoo:

through glasses by the69th

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That random person you met online and now is a big part of your life

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ivvvoo:

happy holidays by hkvam

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inner-realms:

Tumblr unter We Heart It.

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"I take great care of myself by carefully shutting myself away."
- Vincent Van Gogh, a letter to his brother, Theo.  (via christywilde)

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jaimegandarilla:

literally me

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90377:

Enchanted X by quiet nymphs on Flickr.

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ericaelly:

late summer flowers

Summer, please don’t go away

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"Validating someone means recognizing that a person’s own perceptions are worth listening to. It is recognizing them as real human things that real humans think. When they say, “I hate myself,” or “I’m worthless,” or “I wish my mother would die,” validation is saying, “Yeah. I can see you really do. You feel this way really strongly.”

Most of what was cast in the 80s and 90s as failure to praise children was actually failure to validate them. When a child comes to an adult, dripping with defeat, and says, “I failed,” praise is, “No you didn’t! You did really well!” and validation is, “You’re really disappointed with how you did, hunh? That sucks.” And over time, if adults do nothing but praise, what children hear is: Your self-doubt and weaknesses are not wanted here. Failure is not acceptable, not even thinkable. I cannot accept you unless you do well."

mstrkrftz:

Angel Falls (Kerepakupai merú) by Ian Lambert

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