anditslove:

You are fighting so hard and I am so so proud of you. I know you’re tired, but please don’t give up. I have so much faith in you. Like countless times before this, you can and will do this.

(via butterfly-project)

Do not look at yourself with disgust, you are a gift to this earth. You are beautiful, you are a light, an energy, an essence. You are nature herself.

Heidi Pickett (via bl-ossomed)

(Source: purplebuddhaproject, via missmaryhw)

And if your daughter came to you, crying with hunger, would you tell her no? Would you tell her she is too fat, she wants to much, she must shrink into society? No.
Then why would you tell yourself the exact same thing? You are somebody’s daughter.

Michelle K., You Are Somebody’s Daughter. (via e-ntre)

(Source: michellekpoems, via laurenisnotdoneyet)

a-greek-goddess:

I want to see ALL women uplifting and supporting each other. And that means supporting each other despite race, weight, appearance, social status, employment, etc. I have work I need to do on me but I also know that in the mean time I want to work on uplifting other women to feel good and strong and important no matter what they look like or where they come from. My feminism isn’t cutting men down, it’s uplifting and empowering women.

(via chubbychickpea)

twloha:

Keep Going. 
(via myshiny) 

twloha:

Keep Going. 

(via myshiny

I want to kiss you so hard that you will never be able to get the taste of me out of your mouth.

After I challenge a client.

therapistconfessions:

I’m just like: