given the entire underlying metaphor of the film, this really hit me
when you’re depressed and people (especially loved ones) tell you to just be happy, they don’t understand that’s it’s not a switch in your head that you can just flick and be happy
we literally don’t know how to fix ourselves, we don’t know how to bring back summer
and being told to do it often makes the situation worse, as we see in the film
that’s what elsa’s going through and that’s why i identify with her so much, her powers are a beautifully told metaphor that’s so relatable
When your chest is tight, and your head is full, and your sternum hurts? When you can think of a thousand reasons but you can’t pick one? You cringe to get a face out of your eyes and don’t know what to do with the ringing in your hands?
The best reaction to when someone is crying.
I will have more tomorrow after some rest. :) This was taken at Punchbowl Falls in the Columbia Gorge today.
|—||Tupac Shakur, The Rose That Grew From Concrete (via 2murgatroyd)|
|—||G.D Anderson (via elige)|
constantly getting told you’re lazy and that you’re not trying hard enough when you’re trying your hardest is probably one of the most hurtful feelings ever
Normally I prefer to let people think out whatever they need to but has someone ever just been so wrong about something it hurts? Like I;m physically holding back my dumb self righteous rampages and urges to correct because it’s just BURNINGLY and ITCHINGLY and IRRITATINGLY WRONG WRONGITY WRONG WRONG WRONG-IT. I am fully aware how dumb it is to have a corrective attitude and I consistently hate that about myself but good lord.