Just Tired...

Do you ever feel like you're unwanted and useless?

Reblog this if you’re gay, bisexual, or a Lesbian. Follow me & I’m following back!

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i’m always here for you.xx

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"The Me Generation," as our predecessors call it, is the generation that cares about nothing but ourselves, which is wrong, because we have life so much easier.

"But young people these days have Google and the texting or whatever. What else could they possibly be struggling with?" — practically any older, middle-class person in present America

How about the shithole of a government and dumping grounds of an environment you seem so intent on leaving us to deal with, OLDER GENERATION.

why the fuck do boys ever think it’s okay to make a girl think he cares about her, and then just leave her? drop her. leave her broken. it’s not okay. it’ll never be okay.
if you don’t like a girl, then goddamn it, let her know that. make it clear. sure, it’ll hurt like fucking hell but at least she won’t end up having unnecessary memories that you won’t ever think about like she will. and if you do care, don’t just leave her because she makes you feel things you don’t wanna feel. be a fucking man and tell her what you’re feeling, thinking. she’ll try her hardest to understand.
don’t you ever fucking dare leave just because it meant nothing to you. fucking stay and explain. don’t leave. don’t just leave. please. i’m begging you. save her the heartache. don’t just leave her broken. being broken hurts. and it takes so long to build yourself up again.
just… explain. be there - even if it’s not what you want. it’ll end up saving her, trust me.

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Reblog if it is 104% okay to come to your ask and just say ‘Hi can we be friends and then start asking you random questions.

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I know 😕 I hate myself too

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