Hannah by David Hauserman for C-Heads
Styling by Alina Pedko
you’re too beautiful to be unhappy
i’ve been working on a minimalist lifestyle for the last three or so years and have gotten rid of a lot of things I don’t need or use in effort to simplify my life.
however, since my (ongoing) recovery from my ED, I have an abundance of clothes I still like and would wear but that no longer fit me, the deemed “skinny clothes.”
I’ve heard on the last steps in recovery is getting rid of old clothes and accepting the size that your body is now.
in the last few days, i’ve prepared for my return to college and gone through a lot of my things in effort to continue my minimalist lifestyle and rid myself of material possessions I don’t need.
But my skinny clothes still sit in my dresser, on their way back to school with me, a mix of XXS’s and Medium’s, 2’s and 6’s.
it’s still too hard for me to let them go.
i have never seen something more clearly written by a straight white male
this is somewhere between mildly concerning and absolutely hysterical that this is a real problem
it’s funny because i saw the same notices at U of Michigan
Your beauty doesn’t depend on your weight and your life certainly doesn’t depend on your beauty.
Estel A. (via blackmountainrain)