• What i say: I have anxiety
  • What most people think i said: I am awkward but cute awkward and shy.
  • What people assume: I am imagining illnesses to justify my lifestyle and personality.
  • What i actually mean: I live in a constant fear. I worry about the past, current or future situations, i have stomach and head pains all the time, tachycardia and awful panic attacks that include heart palpitations, and breathing problems. I suffer everyday and not only in "stressful situations". I think so much before i do something and eventually i don't do it at all, so people think i am lazy. I suffer from insomnia. I sweat to the idea of having to interact with people. I don't use the word anxiety to justify anything or to make myself look cool. It's a mental disorder, i have to live with it and find ways to control the symptoms. It is not a trend. Many people around the world actually suffer from this disorder. Accept those who have it and help them, don't judge them, don't joke about it. NEVER.

rudygodinez:

Timothy H. O’Sullivan, Steam Rising from a Fissure Near Virginia City, Nevada, (1867-1869)

Albumen-silver print from a glass negative

Rosamund Pike photographed by Nadav Kander

evilsupplyco:

This air, this haunted breeze, this smoke-filled atmosphere of October gives me an unmatchable energy.

Kaya Scodelario - The Guardian - September 2014
Photographed by Jon Gorrigan

thegetty:

Hiss is a snake bracelet from the 1st century A.D.

Designed to look like a coil around the wearer, this would have been worn in a pair on the wrist or upper arm. A tinier head appears coming from the snake’s tail. Look closely.

Snake Bracelet, A.D. 1 - 100, Romano-Egyptian. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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