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This seems slightly unbelievable. I wonder what the context is? What’s happening outside of the frame of this photo? — Wright
Oh. Look. It’s a log…
Let’s start prescribing healthier habits rather than prescription pills!!!
CAN NOT ADVOCATE THIS ENOUGH people rely on drugs to solve their problems, if you have a minor headache it’s probably because you’re dehydrated or you need rest or food, don’t rely on painkillers so much to solve your problems!!
Man, next time I dislocate my hip due to my horrifically painful genetic condition I’ll be sure to just eat a few radishes and drink some more water. Why’d no one tell me how easy it is to deal with chronic pain?! Guess I’ll throw out my heart meds while I’m at it!
Yeah, I have pain not because my body is literally eating away at its own nerves, but because I haven’t hydrated enough! Silly me.
I’ll just have to remember to drink some water and eat some carrots next time my joints are so stiff I can’t even get out of bed.
Think about how you will react if your child is fat. Over time, if you’re making it clear that you don’t want a fat son or daughter, well, your son or daughter may not be able to stop being fat. But your son or daughter can eventually choose to stop being your son or daughter. Imagine your adult child building a life with people who aren’t nagging about weight loss, or who can enjoy doing something physical without making it about weight loss, or who can eat a meal without it being about weight loss. Calling home? Not required. Spending time together? Optional. Listening to…weight jokes? Optional.
tw: abusive parents
Aha! Found it. (Advice targeted to parents of fat people, but good advice for all parents, IMO.)
(Which is a wonderful blog as well, so signal boost as well.)
I literally am that adult they describe. (And the fat shaming was only part of what I left.)
^^ Not my comments above, tumblr is just trash about reblogging quotes.
BUT ALSO I JUST WANTED TO SAY that while this is good advice for parents, it’s ALSO a good reminder for those who have shitty parents - if you have the option to leave, you don’t need to feel guilty for doing so. It is not your job to take abuse, just because they’re your parents.