"One of the greatest tragedies in life is to lose your own sense of self and accept the version of you that is expected by everyone else."
"Growth is painful. Change is painful.But nothing is as painful as staying stuck somewhere you don’t belong."
"People want to hear songs with the words they’re afraid to say."
"Love yourself —
when its fucking 2 a.m and you’re not even halfway through with your essay that was due last week.
when your mom is yelling at you because your grades are shit
when your dad comes home late smelling like booze
when your dog just died and youre the only one who took care of him
when your brothers girlfriend is cheating on him and if you tell him he’ll hate you
when you lost your best friend to someone you hate
when you think— no you wish that today was your last day,
just fucking love yourself because when every body is too busy trying to fuck up your life you’re the only person that can save you,
your life isnt some fucking john green novel, no one can save you but yourself."
"The modern women can no longer cook, they no longer want children and they are no longer warm, tidy and loving creatures who think spending time with their family is a good thing. They are probably too “independent” and “strong” to even have a family of their own. The only thing modern women have to offer men today is sex. So instead of being loving housewives who cook and raise children, they are reduced to being sexual objects only - and they are so messed up emotionally and intellectually that they often spend most of the money they make on their jobs on plastic surgery, cosmetics and tons of clothes they think will make them look good, in a desperate attempt to stay or become more attractive. Well, they have no other qualities attractive to men, so what else can we expect? This is the fruit of feminism. The fruit of “women’s liberation”"
"Some people are so broken,
They get mad at you for being whole."
"Those who are hardest to love need it the most."
"My alone feels so good. I’ll only have you if you’re sweeter than my solitude."