|colombianbabe23: Hey Marissa ! Are you going to NYC pride this year ??|
Wouldn’t miss it for the world!
|Anonymous: You just made my whole week with the post about the semicolon. Thanks hun. You don't know how much I needed that. Seriously.|
Always here for you <3
|Anonymous: Ay, watch it. Don't be tweeting my bae Emma Watson|
Hey hey. She’s MINE!
|Anonymous: i'm almost 2 years out from the last time i self-harmed, after a while you forget it was even a thing that you did. the only reminder being what ever marks are left behind, those too eventually fade away.|
Congratulations! That is amazing :)
|Anonymous: Thank your for that last post. It made me cry. I'm happy that you're currently self-harm free! I've been self-harm free for 2 and a half years now. That sounds like a long time and it is, but the urge is still almost as strong as when I used to do it. It's a huge struggle and it's especially though at the moment, but your post gave me new motivation. We can do it and we deserve it! I wisch you all the best, girl!|
You should be proud of your progress! Congratulations :)
|Anonymous: Are you feeling any better from the first day you got sick? I hope so.|
Yes! Much better, but still have a few more days to feel fully back to normal.
A semicolon represents a sentence the author could’ve ended, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life. This is something I have been wanting to get tattooed on my thigh for years now, right over any remaining scars. It has so much meaning. I have officially been a little over four months clean of any self harm, and work hard everyday to tame my depression and anxiety. I want to do nothing more in my life than to help and inspire others. You are all worth it and I promise with everything inside of my little body that it WILL get better. Keep your head up and remember you are invincible. Life will get hard and you will go through struggles, but you need to realize you are beautiful and strong and can make it through anything if you truly believe in yourself. I sit and cry at some of the emotional messages I receive on a daily basis. I want to do nothing but reach out and hug each of you. Not only that, but the support I have received from each and every one of you. I am no longer afraid to share my story, I am no longer ashamed. We all have our own stories. Yours is not over yet. Keep writing. ❤️ #semicolonproject416