My nieces and nephews, the grey, andthat the mould can be broken. That the mould is flaw. That the mould is the thing that is unattractive. Not them. Because no-one really looks pretty in grey. Reproduc with permission, originally publish here: Pretty in Grey UNIT STATES iam in mental health daily tracker and journal UNIT KINGDOM iam in mental health daily tracker and journal Share thisLoading Relat Take a Selfie, Fake a Life In “Nicola Anne” Imperfect Earlobes In “Mental Health” A letter to my son about my mental health In “Amysboardline world” Was This Post Helpfu votesavg.
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Rating Share PREVIOUS POST Tackling phone number list Stigma- where have you seen the worst stigma NEXT POST TRIGGER: Suicide attempt at weekend and making sense of it. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE The Flood The Flood – on September , Ruminations Ruminations – on September , Broken Trust: Gimme Some Truth Broken Trust: Gimme Some Truth – on September , Sign up to our newsletter to receive our daily mental health planner email address CATEGORIES Categories Select Category Ad have a five-year old niece. She is absolutely stunning. She has gorgeous blonde curls, big blue eyes, and the most gorgeous pink lips. Friends, family, even strangers, often comment on these traits of hers. Pretty, Beautiful, Gorgeous “Aren’t you pretty they ask her.
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Look at those gorgeous curls!” Pretty HRB Directory Beautiful Gorgeous. These are the words that are us to praise and compliment my niece, and these have always been the words to praise and compliment her – ever since she was born. I also have a four-year old nephew. He is equally as gorgeous. He has a cheeky grin, big brown eyes, and, funnily enough, he loves playing dress ups in pretty frocks – . Pretty? Beautiful? Gorgeous? Absolutely. But people never use these words to describe him. Funny, Polite, Intelligent “He’s so funny! What a develop sense of humour he has.