SURPRISE! HeadSpace is playing a FREE show tonight at the Cavern! Come get fucked up and steal a car with us.
Great! I think Fox wants to go check you guys out! He’s playing a free show at the cavern at church and king this saturday! come!
what time do you play?
Prince had a heart condition for a very long time, and I started to notice it more and more. He took pills for it but that only slowed down the process of heart failure. His heart was too big for his body. A week before we had to put him down, I rushed him to the vet because he was having trouble breathing, so the vet put him on A LOT of medication and told us he had a few weeks to live. Me and my family both decided that it wasn’t right to keep him alive for our selfish reasons, and it was naturally his time to go. I was gone for a weekend with Fox to shoot for V magazine, and once I came home, it’s like he waited for me, because he got up for the first time in days and greeted me right at the door and gave me lots of love, and then his back legs gave out so me, my mom, and fox rushed him to the vet. It was the hardest thing I think I ever had to do, and I will love him forever. I held him the whole time and even after they put him down and ill never forget the feeling of having him in my arms.
That’s amazing! Its so nice to hear that, and it’s so true. A part of recovering is seeing that you’re not alone. Congrats, and its great that you’re getting so much support!
thank you so much <3
Aw thank you so much <33
I find myself getting more and more confident each day. I think as I get older, I care a lot less of what other people think of me, and I really just dress for myself and do things for my body that make me feel good. I think the most important thing, and seriously EVERYONE struggles with it, is comparing ourselves. It’s really hard to get out of the habit of doing it, especially because as women, as humans, we are so brought up with comparing ourselves. I find once you escape the concept of trying to be someone else, and just be happy with being you, thats super important. Its important to know that everyone has there own problems, things they don’t like about themselves, and no one is perfect, even if you’re looking at someone and think they have everything you want. because really, they don’t. Only you have the things you need to feel happy and good in your own skin. Realizing that everyone is normal, and everyone thinks they have their own flaws so really who’s to judge? there is no one answer to how someone should look.
also if someone is rude to you, or someone says something to you about your appearance, its really only about them and their insecurities, not about you. It may be hard to believe, but it is true and i think its part of growing up and realizing that.