Sometimes recovery is waking up early to write in coffee shops and practicing yoga and eating lots of fruit and chocolate and sometimes it’s staying in bed all day and hiding from the world until you can stop crying. All of this is okay. What’s important is that you take care of yourself no matter what kind of day you’re having.
Love who you are!
Not so new but new to you! This is a body positive blog for men only!! There arent enough body positive things out there for men so here ya go! My previous blog was bodypositivehombres but I created this one. Please Follow. Or reblog this post! We’re not a NSFW blog so Please cover your little (or big) guy! Thanks a lot! (:
I really needed to read this today. I hope it helps you feel good too!
“My body has not deserved to be starved and treated and punished and cut. It’s just a body. It deserves to be nourished properly, to be taken care off and to be treated gently. It deserves me to just let it BE.”Trying to get some self positivity… (via recovering-for-a-lovely-life)
Ursula doesn’t care for your body shaming.
“You are not fat. You have fat. But you also have fingernails, and you are not fingernails.”my counsellor’s favourite quote (via gryffindoreo)
THE AMOUNT OF
*FAT ON MY BODY
*CLOTHES I WEAR
*SEX I HAVE
HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE AMOUNT OF RESPECT I DESERVE.
Body positive Flame Princess is so important to me ✧˖°
Just a Note
Please don’t shame people’s food choices.
Please don’t shame vegans.
Please don’t shame vegetarians.
Please don’t shame someone for eating cake.
Please don’t shame someone for eating meat.
Please don’t shame people.
don’t shame people.
A lot of people are shamed enough for no reason at all, there isn’t any need to add to it. (｡◕‿◕｡)
This has been a public service announcement.
Laverne and Shirley arrived at our shelter July 22nd. They were brought in by Animal Control who got a call from and an individual saying he needed to get rid of these two cats who were peeing and pooping in his yard. When Animal Control arrived on the scene one of these girls was in a carrier an…
“Laverne and Shirley arrived at our shelter July 22nd. They were brought in by Animal Control who got a call from and an individual saying he needed to get rid of these two cats who were peeing and pooping in his yard. When Animal Control arrived on the scene one of these girls was in a carrier and one was in a beer cooler. The person said that if animal control did not show up he was just going to dump them. On a hot July day the poor cats would have suffocated in the cooler.
Upon examination at the shelter Laverne was lactating clearly she had given birth and was just separated from her babies (we have no idea where her babies are located). It was determined Shirley was pregnant and almost at the end of her term. She was also suffering from a UTI.
On July 27th Pam, the shelter director, found Shirley huddled in the corner of the kitty clinic with an unusual amount of brownish blood liquid coming from her. Knowing this was not normal Shirley was rushed to Cape Cod Veterinary Specialist to undergo emergency surgery. The surgeons have determined that she was carrying dead babies and immediately took her into emergency surgery. Surgery is estimated to cost between $3,000-$4,800 (funds that the shelter cannot afford). Please help, any donation amount is greatly appreciated.