"For me, crying is not showing your weakness. When I cry, I can accept my feelings and I'm able to continue. It makes me stronger." Job (18)

“What Real Men Cry Like” & “What Real Women Laugh Like” - Maud Fernhout Photoseries aimed to combat stereotypes and gender roles. For the rest of the photos and quotes of the participants click.

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Poets have done this before and they’ve wandered off alone and unheard of to bury the caul of their own stillborn - Frank Stanford, from “The Forgotten Madmen of Ménilmontant” What About This: Collected Poems of Frank Stanford (Copper Canyon Press,

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That, it seems, is the impossibility. What would the dark Do without fevers to eat? - Sylvia Plath, from The Jailer

When it’s gone, you’ll know what a gift love was. You’ll suffer like this. So go back and fight to keep it. - Ian McEwan

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moodboard: Hufflepuff House “ You might belong in Hufflepuff Where they are just and loyal, Those patient Hufflepuffs are true, And unafraid of toil.


These are the top 6 “weight loss tips and tricks” we’re subjected to every day. We’re bombarded with buzz words and taught how to lose weight by media moguls who know less about weight loss than you!

endure, endure, and the syllables harden like stoic white sheets struck with rigor mortis on the clothesline of winter. - Sylvia Plath, excerpt from a letter to Richard Sassoon, in Paris, November 22, 1955, in The Journals of Sylvia Plath (Anchor Books, 1998)

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