Running On Empty.

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I'm 18. And I'd like to think im a unique person. But faces these days seem to colide and im not sure who's unique and whos the same. I just want everyone to remember, everyone has a story.
See if you can figure out mine.

I love you.

I figured I should put up a trigger waning for this blog.

TRIGGER WARNINGS:
-eating disorders
-nudity both male and female
-self harm
-depression / anxiety.
please let me know if something has bothered you and I will take it down right away.

sanitydoesntlivehere: Ive stumbled on this before, its a page that goes through a bunch of scenes of peaceful sounds. This one was totally the best.

sanitydoesntlivehere: Ive stumbled on this before, its a page that goes through a bunch of scenes of peaceful sounds. This one was totally the best.

(Source: illillill)

— 1 year ago with 5357 notes
#sounds  #nature  #tree  #mushrooms  #creek  #water  #raining  #soundmachine  #stumbleupon 
sanitydoesntlivehere:  It’s beautiful.

sanitydoesntlivehere:  It’s beautiful.

(via loveyourchaos)

— 1 year ago with 22761 notes
#mountains  #water  #sky  #snowy  #flowers  #pinkflowers 
Tuesday, October 2, 2012 — 8:07

My heart starts beating faster until it feels irregular. My eyes well up and my core tenses tighter, tighter. I know whats happening as this familiar feeling happens everyday. I am bound to this green bed made of soft. I sink further, further, tighter, tighter. Wetness drips out of my greens and I try to hide so no one has to look at me. I curl so no one has to see my mass. I dissapear so I can only hope people will forget me. I open my eyes on the bed of green. Still here. I breathe in. Still here. 

I used to blame other people for the problems and troubles I had. I have…or that “they” caused me. It seems like the reason that caused these problems happened in another life, centuries ago that happened to some girl I heard about in the Mental News, and for some reason shes affecting me. But in fact it wasn’t centuries, only years and it happened to me. I have changed so much as a human being and yet have managed to carry progressively developing stronger more fatal panic attacks then I’ve ever experienced before, anger and sadness unlike any other for reasons I thought I’d become so detached from. I’m starting to think I’m not cut out for it here. Here meaning this place, your house, America, Canada, Europe, I want to walk, leaving my posessions and my money grab my loved ones hand and never look back. We’d find a place, on a map, in a country that’s name is of no relevance to me and live until we die, stress free.
 

— 1 year ago
#log  #journal  #personal 
rarrows thanks for following me

The only time they seem to get involved is when they’re stealing the power.

— 2 years ago
#follower 
sanitydoesntlivehere: Apparently this tree washed ashore…its massive. I…I don’t

sanitydoesntlivehere: Apparently this tree washed ashore…its massive. I…I don’t

— 2 years ago with 4 notes
#massivetree  #driftwood  #log  #tree  #ocean  #water  #waves 
nedhepburn:

nybg:

Amazon Fungi Help Create Clouds, Rain
If scientists are correct in their research, the Amazon rain forest might have just been the Amazon forest if not for mushrooms and other fungi.
The research, undertaken in an Amazon region with “pristine” air—a location where no human pollutants are detectable—has shown that it’s the fungi which contribute most to a feedback loop of wet weather. Microscopic, potassium-rich particles released by spore-launching fungi drift up into the atmosphere above the forest, “seeding” the sky for rain by providing a surface the water can condense on. This, in turn, supports the fungi and other plants down on the ground.



sanitydoesntlivehere: this is so cool

nedhepburn:

nybg:

Amazon Fungi Help Create Clouds, Rain

If scientists are correct in their research, the Amazon rain forest might have just been the Amazon forest if not for mushrooms and other fungi.

The research, undertaken in an Amazon region with “pristine” air—a location where no human pollutants are detectable—has shown that it’s the fungi which contribute most to a feedback loop of wet weather. Microscopic, potassium-rich particles released by spore-launching fungi drift up into the atmosphere above the forest, “seeding” the sky for rain by providing a surface the water can condense on. This, in turn, supports the fungi and other plants down on the ground.

sanitydoesntlivehere: this is so cool

— 2 years ago with 140 notes
#rainforest  #pristineair  #air  #fungi  #amazon  #mushrooms