I’ve learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way (s)he handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights.
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We all want to grow up. We’re desperate to get there. Grab all the opportunities we can to live. We’re so busy trying to get out of that mess, we don’t think about the fact that it’s going to be cold out there. Really freaking cold. Because growing up sometimes means leaving people behind. And by the time we stand on our own two feet, we’re standing there alone.
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The future is scary. I must take all my people with me. And no one is allowed to go on living there lives unless it involves me in it. And we will not grow apart. And ok things can change a little, but not much. Only better. And when you say we will stay in touch, you better fucking mean it. Cause you guys are my people. And having to find new people is scary and they all suck compared to you. And you can’t find any new people that are better than me. Okay, good.
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It is interesting, I feel like I am teaching my own mother how to have a positive body image and perspective on fitness. She is someone who has struggled with her own weight and has definitely projected some her own insecurities and views about weight onto me over the years. I am lucky that I have a very healthy perspective of fitness and weight and am the type of person that does not let little comments get to them (although it has not always been so). I know my mom only acts out of love when she says, “You are just 5 lbs away from perfection” when trying on dresses. I am not upset about her comment for the reason you might think…. I am disturbed by my mom’s perception of “perfection” and that she struggles to accept that it comes in all shapes and sizes. That I see HER as beautiful no matter what size jeans she is in, but because she is my incredibly hard working and generous mother. That health, strength, and fitness come way before any number on a scale. After finding a dress last week and having a vacation with lots of food, my mom messaged me “Dress still fit after the weekend?” A little while later I posted this link on my facebook: http://wellfesto.com/2013/11/19/10-things-i-want-my-daughter-to-know-about-working-out/
Shortly after she messaged me… “I just read your link. I feel bad for thinking about your dress. I love you as you are, whatever shape your beautiful spirit may take. (And i think your shape is perfect) You are amazing, and make me unbelievably proud that you always seem to see what is most important! Love you!”
I hope I am able to help my mom see what is important. Although the article is ” things I want my daughter to know” I am kinda doing it a bit backwards … I hope one day she will see herself as I see her, because I couldn’t ask for a more perfect beautiful mom! <3
"Some might say that humans love to suffer. Suffering offers some strange form of comfort, letting you know that you are real. It creates this romanticized throne, this epic challenge that by overcoming you can stand tall with pride and say, yeah, I did that. I’ve been there. Have you? And when you ask your teammates, they can say: yes."
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