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romanticization of mental illness on Flickr by Kelsey Weaver.  "It’s time to stop romanticizing and glorifying mental illness. Normalizing it only makes things more difficult for people who actually suffer from mental illnesses.This bullshit that being ‘tragic’ and ‘misunderstood’ is not appealing, it’s destructive. Someone isn’t going to come along and think your scars are beautiful and make everything okay for you. You’ve got to make things okay for yourself."

romanticization of mental illness on Flickr by Kelsey Weaver. "It’s time to stop romanticizing and glorifying mental illness. Normalizing it only makes things more difficult for people who actually suffer from mental illnesses.This bullshit that being ‘tragic’ and ‘misunderstood’ is not appealing, it’s destructive. Someone isn’t going to come along and think your scars are beautiful and make everything okay for you. You’ve got to make things okay for yourself."

"Luna Lovegood had drifted over from the Ravenclaw table....She had managed to procure a hat shaped like a life-size lion's head, which was perched precariously on her head."

"Luna Lovegood had drifted over from the Ravenclaw table....She had managed to procure a hat shaped like a life-size lion's head, which was perched precariously on her head."

No one ever said love was easy - but it shouldn't ever bee too hard. If it's too complicated let it go, but if two people love easily and happily, they must be truly meant to be.

No one ever said love was easy - but it shouldn't ever bee too hard. If it's too complicated let it go, but if two people love easily and happily, they must be truly meant to be.

English artist Richard Stainthorp captures the beautiful energy and fluidity of the human body using wire. The life-sized sculptures feature both figures in motion and at rest, expressed in the form of large-gauged strands that are densely wrapped around and through one another. By doing this, he gives the work an undeniable presence

English artist Richard Stainthorp captures the beautiful energy and fluidity of the human body using wire. The life-sized sculptures feature both figures in motion and at rest, expressed in the form of large-gauged strands that are densely wrapped around and through one another. By doing this, he gives the work an undeniable presence

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