“"Food, alcohol, and drugs are no substitute for a relationship." If you’re lonely, do something about it. If you love the arts, take a course at your local community college. And if you can’t find a place to get involved, create one.”—Hedda Bolgar, 103-year-old practicing psychoanalyst and cofounder of the Hedda Bolgar Psychotherapy Clinic, in Los Angeles
“I often don’t say things out loud, even when I should. I contain and I compartmentalize to a disturbing degree: In my belly-basement are hundreds of bottles of rage, despair, fear, but you’d never guess from looking at me.”—Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl. (via brandyalexanders)
people:omg ew why would you do that you look like a slave how're you ever going to get a man when your hair looks nappy nobody wants a girl with peasy hair what about a job you look so unprofessional you need to do something with your hair you look like a nappy-headed ho how do you expect people to ever respect you?
black woman:*wears a weave*
people:LOL look at this ratchet bitch wearin a weave because she cant grow her own hair do you even have hair under there i mean do you even wear your real hair out at all i hate weaves its like false advertising i dont see why you'd wear fake hair when you could just have your own.
black woman:*gets a perm*
people:why do you want to be white why do you hate yourself so much to be burning your hair out with the creamy crack every 4-6 weeks and it cant even be healthy for your hair or your scalp you need to let it go and embrace who you really are i hope that in time you come to accept yourself and what God has given you.
black woman:fuck y'all, I do what I want.
black men:see this is why i dont fuck with black women they got attitude problems bruh i only like a light-skin yellowbone with good hair that knows how to act i dont understand why black women gotta be so mad all the time like damn black women really aint shit.
Recently I watched Oprah’s interview with the beautiful Tamera Mowry-Housley where she spoke openly to her critics about her interracial marriage. I commend her for speaking up about the criticism of interracial couples because it does exist. I too am in an interracial marriage and often…
“We are not wise enough to judge as to things, whether they are are really in their essence joys or sorrows, but the Lord knows; and because he loves us with an unselfish and limitless love, he cannot fail to make the apparently hard or cruel, or even wicked thing, work together for our best good.”—Women’s Devotional Bible 2 NIV “The Lovely Will if God” by Hannah Whitall Smith
“Kiss your own fingertips
and hug your own curves.
You are made of waves and honey
and spicy peppers when it is necessary.
You are a goddess,
I hope you haven’t forgotten.”—Emery Allen (via psych-facts)
“Friends can help each other. A true friend is someone who lets you have total freedom to be yourself - and especially to feel. Or, not feel. Whatever you happen to be feeling at the moment is fine with them. That’s what real love amount’s to - letting a person be what he really is.”—Jim Morrison (via somerhalderporn)
So I’m on google and I see this question: “Why aren’t white Haitians represented in the media?”
Excuse my ignorance but there are White Haitians?
yes. haitians come in all different colors. haiti is a country, so haitian is a nationality, not an ethnicity or race. if you are a citizen of haiti you’re haitian, so if you’re white and born in haiti, you’re hatian.
In this age of information such simple concepts still need explanation …interesting.