Anxiety is wanting to ask your partner a million questions as to why they’re with you, why they say they care about you, and so on.
Depression is not thinking you’re worth enough to even ask those questions, let alone be with them.
and having both of them is the definition of hell
To many people know what this means…
“Hug people, not toilet bowls.”
A girl I knew, who suffered from bulimia, used to say this in the hospital, everyday, to herself in the mirror. She said it made her smile, and reminded her that people hug back, toilet bowls don’t.
It’s not meant to be a joke, or to offend anyone, and mind you, I didn’t come up with it, I’m just the photographer. But I think it portrays bulimia very well. The toilet becomes one of your best friends when you have bulimia. And the people who were your friends slowly begin to fade away in your life until that toilet bowl becomes one of the most important things in your life.
I need to remember this story
I love this. It’s such a great comedic way to get a serious and useful message across. I love it. Fight eating disorders.
FUCKING LOVE THIS OMG
this is one of my favorite things ever. this is the right way to use comedy in relation to an eating disorder and probably the ONLY way to do it appropriately. bravo to the joy project.
you people are IDIOTS. STOP. SEXUALIZING. EATING DISORDERS. this is not funny. this not comedy.
i’m sorry but i think you’re missing the point of this campaign. the purpose wasn’t to make fun of the disorder or to offend it in any way. it was simply making a statement against eating disorders. i, for one, who has suffered from an eating disorder for years now- don’t think this is in anyway offensive.
how could you not reblog this
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