After all the time I put into grad school preparation and convincing myself that is where I should be, I have come to realize that I was so very wrong. I’m in the same predicament as I was when I wanted to quit the physical therapy track. Only this time I don’t have college to protect me anymore. I have four months until I have to start paying loans back. I have enough saved up that I’ll be fine for awhile but even working 50+ hours between my two jobs won’t sustain me forever. Yet I don’t have many marketable skills or experiences for real jobs that I would be interested in. I’m content working my jobs right now so that’s not an issue but it seems I’ve already missed my chance for gaining any experience related to psychology. I’m not even sure who I can talk to about all of this. I’ve avoided listening to my gut feelings for so long and I’m always anxious about everything I can’t even tell the difference.

aseaofquotes:

— Denis Johnson

aseaofquotes:

— Denis Johnson

Your feelings are valid simply because you feel them.
- something lovely my therapist said (via jeanprouvair)

godlovessean:

dollfacexox23:

iampaigie:

lceburgs:

these are fucking paintings

I saw the caption and I died

these are my favorite.

Done

tiredboyclub:

the nodding then the wink 

tiredboyclub:

the nodding then the wink 

generalgemini-booknerd:

Alright, these are kinda adorable…

I can’t be that person anymore
- six word story (via evenhell-cangetcomfy)
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