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5sxsrejects:

But I hate how my parents have always said “you can talk to me about anything” yet when I was young and I stopped eating cause I didn’t have friends and some of the older kids bullied me they yelled at me for wasting food and blamed it on my for talking to my friends rather than eating my lunch….

And to parents…
It is your absolute responsibility, especially to your daughters, to compliment them. It’s not wrong of you to tell them ‘you are beautiful.’
You should tell them they’re beautiful. Because if they don’t hear that from you, they’re going to look to hear that from somebody else.
Our girls have low self-esteem because nobody validates them — especially the fathers. The fathers, you have to go out of your way to compliment your daughters.
And stop having the attitude that nothing they do is good enough. Stop talking down to them, it’s killing them. It’s killing them.
In our deen we always talk about the rights of the parents, and they have rights. But they have responsibilities, too.


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Do you ever look in the mirror and think, “I’ve seen that face before”?

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excepttheeyes:

‘You ran away from home?’
‘When I was about sixteen,’ said Sirius. ‘I’d had enough.’
‘Where did you go?’ said Harry, staring at him.
‘Your dad’s place,’ said Sirius. ‘Your grandparents were really good about it; they sort of adopted me as a second son.’

(and I know this set will probably be confusing to some people since a lot of people like Kristin Scott Thomas as Walburga but she’s always been Mrs. Potter to me)


We all change. When you think about it, we’re all different people all through our lives, and that’s okay, that’s good, you gotta keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.

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