i no longer know what to think. i feel like you may no longer care. as if it didnt happen. as if 'us' or 'we' were never a thing. but no matter how hard i try i cant move on. its just not possible....
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Quote on mental health: Having a mental disorder makes you see a word in a different way. You notice the things normal people don’t. You notice the faint scars on people’s arms. The emptiness in their eyes, The way they smile with their mouths, but not with their eyes. The anxiousness they feel while having to eat in front of others. Just little things most would look over. But you notice. www.HealthyPlace.com
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Lauren Matthias | Author on Instagram: “People don't understand, and I'll hear again and again: "Can't they change? Don't condemn them, because everyone can change." My answer:…”
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