It's Mundane


  1. augustussinclairofficial:

R I S E
  2. ABUSIVE MEN COME in every personality type, arise from good childhoods and bad ones, are macho men or gentle, “liberated” men. No psychological test can distinguish an abusive man from a respectful one. Abusiveness is not a product of a man’s emotional injuries or of deficits in his skills. In reality, abuse springs from a man’s early cultural training, his key male role models, and his peer influences. In other words, abuse is a problem of values, not of psychology.
    Lundy Bancroft, “Why does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men.” (via womentoadmire)

    (via officialziggystardust)

  3. croutoncat:

    i have hit rock bottom and its only tuesday

    (via dirtfiend)

  4. Like, you never expect a loved one to physically hurt you, but the moment they do it becomes a part of you that stays with you forever.

  5. Life is unpredictable. One day you realize you’re happier than you’ve ever been, planning a future with someone. And then you find yourself filing a police report, requesting a TPO, and setting up security escorts at your job.

  6. omgtsn:

    have you ever been so mad you went to bed

    (via gingerthon)