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"New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings."
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phuckindope:

If you don’t grab her booty everyday. Is she even your girl?

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misscannabliss:

from my rotten body flowers will grow

and I am in them, and that is eternity

deer-ful:

misscannabliss:

from my rotten body flowers will grow

and I am in them, and that is eternity

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sixpenceee:

Walking corpse syndrome (cotard’s syndrome) is a rare mental disorder in which a person believes that they are dead.
For example, a British man, Graham woke up nine years ago convinced he was no longer alive although he was still breathing. Doctors diagnosed him with cotard’s syndrome, but Graham did not believe them. He insisted that he was dead. 

The unusual condition emerged after Graham, who suffered from severe depression, tried to commit suicide by taking an electrical appliance with him into the bath.


Eight months later he told doctors that his brain had died or was, at best, missing.
He even stopped eating, smoking and drinking because there was no point and he was “dead”. He felt compelled to go to his local cemetery because he thought he would fit in. 
Graham’s brain scans resembled those of a person in vegetative state or under anesthesia. Luckily after months of therapy, he was able to overcome his condition. 
Cotard’s Syndrome is among the most rare diseases in the world and it is thought that it affects just few hundred people at any one time.
It is linked to depression and comes in a variety of forms including some who feel that their limbs are no longer functioning.
SOURCE
ALICE IN WONDERLAND SYNDROME

sixpenceee:

Walking corpse syndrome (cotard’s syndrome) is a rare mental disorder in which a person believes that they are dead.

For example, a British man, Graham woke up nine years ago convinced he was no longer alive although he was still breathing. Doctors diagnosed him with cotard’s syndrome, but Graham did not believe them. He insisted that he was dead. 

The unusual condition emerged after Graham, who suffered from severe depression, tried to commit suicide by taking an electrical appliance with him into the bath.

Eight months later he told doctors that his brain had died or was, at best, missing.

He even stopped eating, smoking and drinking because there was no point and he was “dead”. He felt compelled to go to his local cemetery because he thought he would fit in. 

Graham’s brain scans resembled those of a person in vegetative state or under anesthesia. Luckily after months of therapy, he was able to overcome his condition. 

Cotard’s Syndrome is among the most rare diseases in the world and it is thought that it affects just few hundred people at any one time.

It is linked to depression and comes in a variety of forms including some who feel that their limbs are no longer functioning.

SOURCE

ALICE IN WONDERLAND SYNDROME

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ishouldnot:

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grrlyman:

Lion cub playing in leaves

DON’T FUCKING LOOK AT ME I AM A PUDDLE

omg. WTH. why are animals so fricken cute.

You will never be as happy as this cub. never

Look at this majestic little lion cub

now that’s cute

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