I always read. You know how sharks have to keep swimming or they die? I’m like that. If I stop reading, I die.
Patrick Rothfuss (via abagofbooks)

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THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE, AND WHAT OTHER PEOPLE WISH TO HAVE WHAT YOU HAVE.

APPRECIATE EVERYTHING. 





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The biggest lesson I’ve learned is, “It’s okay.” It’s okay for me to be kind to myself. It’s okay to be wrong. It’s okay to get mad. It’s okay to be flawed. It’s okay to be happy. It’s okay to move on.
Hayley Williams (via crossingcolors)

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psych-facts:

Sternberg’s Love Theory 
The triangular theory of love is a theory of love developed by psychologist Robert Sternberg. In the context of interpersonal relationships, ‘the three components of love, according to the triangular theory, are an intimacy component, a passion component, and a decision/commitment component’.Intimacy – Which encompasses feelings of attachment, closeness, connectedness, and bondedness.Passion – Which encompasses drives connected to both limerence and sexual attraction.Commitment – Which encompasses, in the short term, the decision to remain with another, and in the long term, the shared achievements and plans made with that other.
-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triangular_theory_of_love

leviosadraco:

I love that feeling you get when you don’t remember that you’re reading. When you’re so captured by a book that you forget you’re reading the words. All you see is the descriptions and conversations that being to play out like a movie in your head. You don’t even think about it. Then before you know it, you’ve read 100 pages without realizing it. That’s probably the best feeling in the world. 



One of the hardest battles we fight is between what we know and what we feel.
Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)