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Don't let people talk you out of your happiness.

I love you just the way you are.

If you are lucky enough to find joy in the course of a day.. keep it to yourself.. 149 more words

Good Vibes

thewishingwell reblogged this on the wishing well and commented:

This post by the awesome Dr. Andrea Dinardo meant a lot to me, and features a message that many people need to hear. I'm still learning to accept that what makes me happy means going against the grain, and that's okay. Take a minute and check it out!

That Awesome Time I Ran Out Crying

When I was a kid, well teenager, actually like 2-years ago, I was a serial hider of mistakes/imperfections. You may think that I’m talking about big mistakes, but no, the mistakes were silly, like a-hole-in-my-sock silly. 564 more words

Life

thewishingwell reblogged this on the wishing well and commented:

FINALLY sharing a post by my friend Sharon Yvonne at Curious Queendom. This epic post is just what you need to hear if you've ever made a mistake in your life. Oops, guess what, that's all of us! Sharon Yvonne is strong and she's got it goin' on so check out her blog.

That "Thing"...

You know that “thing” you really want to do?

That dream that brings you a moment of joy every time you think about it, but you’re scared of what will happen if you commit to it. 147 more words

Life

thewishingwell reblogged this on the wishing well and commented:

Mighty powerful message from my friend M_McKeen at In Silence We Suffer, all in a neat 181 words!

Got Hope? (Hint: It looks a lot like weeding...)

As a guest-poster, Josh Rivedal also invited me to guest-post on his blog, too.  I feature a ‘teaser’ on his blog (http://www.joshuarivedal.com/blog.html) for today’s story.   1,632 more words

Suicide Survivor

thewishingwell reblogged this on the wishing well and commented:

This is one the most powerful pieces of writing I've come across in a long time. Leslie of Suicide Survivors writes about finding hope after suicide with unimaginable insight and even beauty. You'll be glad you decided to read it! Thanks Leslie for permission to reblog.