• 28th September
    2014
  • 28
Hi :) I just want to say that if anyone needs to talk (even if it's an admin) im here for them. They can message me anytime for advice or even just to rant. I want people to be happy :) Have a great day!

Asked by: angelcupcake1

Thanks love! ^^^

  • 23rd September
    2014
  • 23
I always catch my health teacher looking at my chest. He's a male in his mid-30s and it's starting to make me really uncomfortable. What should I do? - Violet

Asked by: Anonymous

Hi violets, if it’s making you feel uncomfortable can you try talking to your parents about it or your school counselor and/or principle? This can be a serious issue and nothing should be making you feel uncomfortable like this. Please talk to a trusted adult.
-Yael

  • 23rd September
    2014
  • 23
I've been/felt depressed since august 2013 I always have the feelings year round but I hit my lowest lowest points from sept-March like that's when I self arm (aka cut shoulders and bruise wrists) I always usually starve too the feelings are coming back rn and I'm scared I don't like feeling this bad like I want to kill myself all the time but yet I can't describe my feelings nobody knows about this but me and I feel like if I ask my mom to see a therapist like idk what to say ... Help me-Julia

Asked by: Anonymous

Hey Julia. I know it’s scary, but you can get through this. And sometimes depression or whatever it is that is making you feel this way can have certain times of the year where it’s worse or easier. maybe it has to do with the seasons or school or something. Sometimes it isn’t really explainable at all.

But it’s good that you can identify when you need help. So get it early on alright? Talk to your mom. It’s not easy, and it might be scary, but it’s worth it. I went through depression with no help at all and it’s horrible. If you can get help from a professional, you should. You can work through this and you can get better. Start by talking to them about how you feel and how you felt last year. Keep in mind that this is all for you. They want to help you because you deserve to be happy. You can get through this.

-Jamie

  • 20th September
    2014
  • 20
I'm always so jealous of my sister, she has a boyfriend, she's really pretty, smart, funny, brave, outgoing, has clear skin, an amazing artist, has cool hair. I am nothing compared to her, I'm just really ugly and I have no talents and no friends...!

Asked by: Anonymous

There will always be people we want to compare ourselves to, love. And it’s not just you. And there will be people who get better grades than us, people who are better at a certain sport or hobby, and so on. But you can’t just assume that means you have no talents or skills or that you’re a lot worse than the person. You’re smarter than people too. You’re better at your talents than others. It’s nothing you can define.

And I know it’s difficult not to compare yourself, since she’s your sister, but you are your own person. You’re you. She is herself. You don’t compare to her because you are your own combination of awesome and she is hers. You have things you like to do and specialize in, as does she. Start working on thinking of yourself as your own person, you don’t compare to her alright? xo

-Jamie

  • 16th September
    2014
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  • 13th September
    2014
  • 13
I'm going round blogs that might help me. Irwinees is posting some scary stuff and I don't know what to say to her. She thinks I'm the only one that thinks she's worth anything so if you could ask people just to tell her the truth that would be great. Really nice blog, keep up the work!

Asked by: Anonymous

http://Irwinees.tumblr.com
Everyone send some lovely love to this lovely person, okay?

  • 8th September
    2014
  • 08
trauma-tize:

I made a flyer for National Suicide Prevention Week, if you like it you can help me by printing it out and posting it out there. It’s just a little something I came up with, but the event for Wednesday is something thought up by the NSPW community.
Before posting the flyer someplace public, ask if it is okay. =3 Help us raise awareness!

trauma-tize:

I made a flyer for National Suicide Prevention Week, if you like it you can help me by printing it out and posting it out there. It’s just a little something I came up with, but the event for Wednesday is something thought up by the NSPW community.

Before posting the flyer someplace public, ask if it is okay. =3 Help us raise awareness!

  • 7th September
    2014
  • 07
Yesterday was my 20th birthday. Is it selfish of me to be disappointed that my boyfriend didn't buy me anything? He works 15 hours a day and all the stores are closed by the time he gets off...but I was still hoping for a card or something small.

Asked by: Anonymous

It’s not disappointing love, but you also have to understand that different people have different needs, so maybe he didn’t think it was necessary, this doesn’t necessarily mean that he loves you less. Talk to him and explain. It’s a simple thing, and your relationship has to be strong enough to be honest with him without problems, and that way you’ll get this over with

~ Bea

  • 7th September
    2014
  • 07
I'm so lonely and sad and worthless and fat and ugly and unloved and unwanted and completely invisible and I hate me

Asked by: Anonymous

You are absolutely none of those things lovely! You are an amazing human being! There is only one you in the world, when you were created each cell formed perfectly to make a PERFECT YOU. You are very loved and amazing! Have you considered talking to someone about how you feel like this? Holding it in can really be more damaging than anything because it builds up. Try talking to someone you trust and I know they’ll understand. I love you and remember you are the perfect you.
-Yael

  • 6th September
    2014
  • 06
I'm only eating between 500-900 ish calories a day. Is it enough? Or super unhealthy? My mom is saying I'm not eating enough when ever she asks I just push her away and say that it's enough or that I'm full even if I'm starving. I think I'm anorexic. Any advice?

Asked by: Anonymous

You need at least 1200 calories, lovely. 500 is nowhere near enough for one day. You just need to realize that we need them. this isn’t something that’s unhealthy. 1200 calories is a good, healthy amount to eat. it keeps you energized, keeps your immune system healthy and your brain working and keeps you happy even. eating enough makes a huge improvement on your overall health. if you’re having a difficult time getting enough to eat, try talking to someone okay? you’re not alone in this and you can get past it. you need more food in your system because it can affect you really badly in the long run. so start working on this, maybe try to talking to your mom and tell her how difficult it is to eat enough. then you can ask to get some help from a professional about this. you can get through it love.

-Jamie