a brief look into my mind another decision gone wrong who gave him so much power much more difficult to lose the illusion of equality, to exist is to do what, exactly? to care for her three kids and her deadbeat husband? no, that doesn’t seem quite right. “the suicide rate among adolescents aged 10–24 in the United States from 6.8 per 100,000 in 2007 what could possibly drive maybe you’re the fucking problem. [first rule: can’t ask where. won’t like the answer.] no, like how’s it really going, of course, who wouldn’t listen? [second rule: wrong question. when prompted with: “would you rather gain or lose twenty pounds?” the world is dying and so are we every one of those stars. optimal compatibility, they’ll say. eyes flecked with optimism, lingering hope, overshadowed how much of reality do we need? how diluted can it become before our lack of understanding becomes problematic? not only is it even possible to lose touch with reality? psychosis, dissociation, all of that. but isn’t that still a reality for that person? me to reveal the situation it takes 5 minutes for you but the time spent burning it it’s like i’m the center of gravity, pulling give you the satisfaction. in the sea of adolescence. the dying of my juvenility. “how to detach blades from razor,” and you won. and i will forever regret the moment i put the blade to my untouched, unscarred skin, “why does this feel good? what a fucking attention-seeking little shit. left in unrest at her lies she’s begging her boyfriend the bat removed the baby, turned to the coat hanger. “WHO estimates that at least 7.9% of maternal deaths are due to “the 1996 legalization of abortion in South Africa had an immediate positive impact on the frequency of abortion-related complications, with abortion-related deaths dropping by more than 90%” you’re not getting rid of a problem. october fourteenth, twenty seventeen he taught me how to purge because i asked. i couldn’t slit my wrists anymore. everyone did that. it wasn’t cool. you know what garnered praise? starvation, exhaustion, bones. losing weight is so much better than being born skinny you’re never praised for weight loss. because losing weight means you worked for it. “wow, look at you. you got pretty.” each star represents a fragment goodness, passion, darkness form the universe, in and out. you see, you have your own little universe. let it bloom, she knows everything about me: my weaknesses, my flaws, my unhealthy habits. did i say she knows everything about me? i meant she knows everything wrong with me.
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