“Finnie,” Annie whispered against his ear, moving closer to him.
Finnick didn’t answer, but wrapped an arm around her, pulling her closer so that he could hold her. The locals said that she had gone mad, but he knew that she hadn’t. He knew that somewhere underneath her forever tangled hair and sun kissed skin, his Annie was still there.
autocorrect needs to stop capitalizing “omg” i’m not that excited
in elementary school this one girl in my class said “girls dont actually poop” and i went home and cried because i thought i was a boy
Anonymous asked: Oh okay, you don't miss her.. But what would you do if she died this night? Would you miss her when she was completely gone? Would you feel guilty? Because my best friend was talking about taking away her own life this evening. What would you do when she would be gone forever?
It would be really sad if she died this night. No I wouldn’t miss her either way, but just that I had a fight with her doesn’t mean nobody cares about her and that she doesn’t have friends at all.
I don’t know if I would feel guilty, it depends on why she died.
And no one, absolutely no one, deserves to feel so bad that they want to kill themselves. Not my friend, not your friend, no one.
It’s not worth it, please tell your friend that I know what she might be going through. Suicide doesn’t make it better neither does it take away the problem, it only eliminates the possibility of it ever getting better.
Suicide is a permanent solution for a temporary problem. And yes I know what I’m talking about so please just keep a close eye on your friend. No one deserves to feel that way.