Today my boyfriend bought a label maker

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Much as this last month has been the best since I’ve been in Liverpool, I still get insanely sad when people facetime me from the pub in Newcastle.

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I’ve been gone from Sunderland almost a year and I’ve still not stopped wanting to move back.



Standing on the Shoulder of Giants.

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"Do we say a disease is not biological because it’s influenced by behavior? No one starts out hoping to become an addict; they just like drugs. No one starts out hoping for a heart attack; they just like fried chicken. How much energy and anger do we want to waste on the fact that people gave it to themselves? It can be a brain disease and you can have given it to yourself and you personally have to do something about treating it."

- Dr. Nora Volkow (via pin-your-wings)
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"What goes up must come down, and down, and down. Everyone looks ill at the end of the night. All have lost the power of speech, desperately avoiding eye contact. Your new soul mate, that you have been talking cod shit to for the past five hours about the story of creation or the fourth Star Wars film, is now a complete stranger. You can’t even look him in the eye. The only thing that you have got in common now is paranoia. It’s coming through the walls, man. The children of ecstasy are not safe anymore. We are no longer all together as one but separate mental patients, that yearn to be ejected out of this poisoned atmosphere to a warm bed and a friendly therapist. Reality is on her way. Where am I? What have I done? Huh… Was it worth it? By the way, what the fuck happened here? All you have to look forward to now is unconsciousness. But you can never sleep…”

-Human Traffic.

Can’t say I miss this feeling.


"I wanted to write about the moment when your addictions no longer hide the truth from you. When your whole life breaks down. That’s the moment when you have to somehow choose what your life is going to be about."

- Chuck Palahniuk

It’s felt like the longest and hardest 12 months of my life, but I made it to a year drug free. Finally.