“It’s like there’s this person that you want to be for other people… To make them happy and make them proud of you. And then there’s yourself. Sometimes it’s really hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.”—Dawson’s Creek (via littlemiss)
I hate that feeling. The feeling when you’re sad, but you have no idea why. You just are. And in your mind, you’re thinking of all the bad things in your life and apply it to your emotions, making you even more sad. Then people ask you what’s wrong and you have nothing to say. You end up, sitting there, quiet, while it seems as if everyone, but you, is happy.
When it’s a big day tomorrow but you can’t fall asleep because you’re too nervous/excited and your brain doesn’t shut up. you’re just lying there, different versions of imaginary scenarios are playing over and keeping your mind active.
“I know we’re so wrong, but it feels so right. And it’s not a party if it happens every night. I’m running on empty. You’re running out of luck. So let’s ditch this city before we sober up.”—Bring Me The Horizon: “A Lot Like Vegas” (via quote-book)
“It doesn’t matter what I do, or what I choose. I am what’s wrong. There’s nothing I can do about it. If I’m not hurting myself I’m hurting everyone around me and there’s nothing I can do about this. I am… broken.”—Debra Morgan - Dexter S04E05 (via quote-book)