Here’s Your Sign

If you’re feeling like everything is falling apart, please,

feel my hug,

receive my love,

know you and your life are precious

see how many people care,

hold on,

keep fighting,

forgive yourself,

stop waiting for apologizes,

ask for help,




get mad,

get furious,

tell yourself you’re done feeling this way,

tell yourself you deserve better,

tell yourself you are important,

tell yourself you have a purpose,

understand you’re not alone,

you are not the only one who has felt this way,

remember the time you were a little child

and you thought there were monsters under your bed, in your closet,

talk yourself out of that fear,

reassure that child,

be the person you want that little child to be,


cry some more,

cry tears of joy,

because you have finally realized that you are worth it,

you are worth dying for,

you are worth living for,

you have worth,

you are loved,

and you will help others.

Your sad journey has ended, and now, your new adventure begins.

How boring life would be if there weren’t any battles.

Take a Deep Breath. Smile. Be Patient With Yourself. Now Go Live.


The best 4 Way to Deal With Boredom

Hey guys! It’s summer, so a lot of us are out of school. I’ve noticed I have a habit of getting bored and feeling unproductive when I’m on break, which really doesn’t help  anxiety/depression. I’ve learned a few things over the years to help myself get out of the rut.

1. Make Plans. Even going  to get coffee with a friend for 30 minutes can help me feel productive, and it gets me out of he house. Leaving the house is often half the battle.

2. Get Ready. I’ve found dressing somewhat nicely helps me to feel better in general. If hair and makeup  is your thing, doing beauty  tutorials off of Youtube is fun and time consuming (and gets your mind focused on something).

3. Clean out something. Cleaning things out really gets my mind on something and stops me from feeling gross like I do after a day of Netflix. It’s also nice because something gets done.

4. Go somewhere by yourself. Even just bringing my laptop to a coffee shop and going on Tumblr makes me feel better than doing it alone in my room. Also, I’m more likely to get work done (applications, emails, etc) if I’m not in my houseUntitled

Anxiety/Depression Masterlist

All right lovelies, time for some stuff that is guaranteed to cheer you up and calm you down. None of these are cures of course, but they have helped me and others while dealing with those days where our various mental illnesses won’t calm tf down.

Upset? Try playing one of these.

Calming sounds and music.

Need help coping? Get support and assistance here 🙂

Note: I will be updating this as often as I can, so check back! I’ll be adding more topics and resources, as well as many other things. If you’d like, leave me a message in my ask and I’ll write down your URL and notify you when I update 🙂

Please spread this, I want to help as many people as possible. And if you notice a broken link please let me know!

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Helpful List if you have Anxiety and Stress

Anxiety help

Here are a few links to some online games and things that are actually helpful (at least I have found them to be) at calming me down and taking my mind off of things.

Helpful Links

  • Here you can get rid of unwanted thoughts (this is my favorite thing I’ve found so far ok)
  • Here is a quiet place to go to when you’re stressed
  • You can go here when you are really struggling or in a dark place
  • You can go here to be reminded that it will be okay
  • Here you can anonymously vent
  • Here you can do nothing for two min
  • Here you can go to get emergency compliments 🙂
  • Here you can receive instants hugs from loads of lovely people. They’re not real hugs but maybe they can help??
  • You can test your knowledge on the English vocabulary Here. The best part is that for every question you get right they donate ten grains of rice to the UN food program!
  • send me a 🙂 if any of this helped you at all!


New Piercing FAQ

Healing times for new piercings vary greatly. In most cases jewelry should be left in for at least 6 months. Even though the piercing may appear healed, it’s best not to take out the jewelry. If it is absolutely necessary to remove the jewelry, extreme care should be taken in removal and insertion. A simple 50 mg Zinc supplement taken with meals can accelerate healing.

With proper aftercare, infections in piercings are rare. If any problems arise, we will be happy to assist you. We can only give you suggestions, we are not physicians. If you think your piercing is infected, contact your physician. If a nostril or septum piercing becomes infected, you should see a physician IMMEDIATELY. Of course, some soreness may be experienced with new piercings. If the soreness and/or redness or discharge continues for an extended period of time, do not remove the jewelry. This will only cause more problems.

What should I do now?

DO NOT handle the piercing without first washing your hands. Don’t play rough, love your piercing and it will love you. Absolutely NO oral contact on the piercing whatsoever. No bodily fluids should come in contact either. Don’t overclean your piercing, follow the instructions as they are given. Do not swim in lakes or rivers, or soak in hot tubs for at least 3 months. These places are high in bacterial content and should be avoided.

And infection……? Signs of infection include:

Redness, swelling/hardness, pain or burning at the piercing area, thick discharge, usually dark yellow or green

Some redness and discharge is normal for the first few days, and the discharge may continue for several weeks. The normal discharge is white, and is simply your body ridding itself of dead cells. As was already stated, do not remove your jewelry in case of an infection. If need be, you can use some form of antibiotic ointment, at the direction of your physician.

Is my piercing rejecting?

All piercings can reject, however, some have a much higher rejection rate than others. Rejection is not painful. But it is something to watch out for. Some things to watch for are:

Redness along with enlargement of the opening around the piercing High rate of discharge of clear fluids Itching and rash-like symptoms. This could also be caused by overcleaning or a reaction to the cleaning agent. Try changing agents and look for a dramatic change, or call your piercer.

Not every piercing you may select will be accepted by your body. There are many things to do to try and avoid rejection, such as changing the type of jewelry or metal used. Unless you have had a rejection problem before, contact your piercer if one should arise.

Can I help it heal even more?

Your diet can have an impact on healing. We also suggest taking a daily multi-vitamin, as well as a zinc supplement (75 mg for women, 150 mg for men). The zinc should be taken for the first 7 days only. Should you wish to continue with the zinc, consult a physician. Follow the written and oral instructions given to you by the piercer. DO NOT USE isopropyl alcohol, peroxide, or betadine on your piercing. These products have a tendency to slow down the healing process.

What type of cleaning product should I use?

Our suggestion to you for any piercing below the neck is to clean it thoroughly twice a day with any antibacterial soap. There are several different soaps on the market. Feel free to choose one, but choose only one, and try to stick with it. For facial and ear piercings, and ear cleaning solution containing benzalkonium chloride is suggested. This does not include oral piercings. For oral care, follow the instructions in oral care section.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PROBLEMS, OR CONCERNS, you have unlimited access to your piercer. You may stop in or call at any time during our business hours and we will be glad to discuss anything concerning your piercings or future piercings with you. Once again, we are not physicians so any suggestions we make are based on past experience and that of others in the industry. If our suggestions do not produce the results you are looking for, please consult your physician.


Best Ways To Help Someone Who Has Depression

Here are a few ideas to help someone with depression and just to show them you care.☺

  • Chances are their room is a disaster and they have -846 motivation to do anything about it. Helping them tidy up will make them feel a little less overwhelmed.
  • Do their laundry. Even small chores seem to pile up when a person is depressed and not having clean clothes won’t make them feel any better. Washing their bedding is also great.

  • Try to convince them to go for a short walk with you. There is a good chance they will feel a lot better after.

  • If you can’t get them outside, at least open a window for fresh air and let some sunshine in.

  • Prepare them a healthy meal with some fresh fruit. Many depressed people fall into bad eating patterns.

  • If they aren’t eating enough, make sure they are taking a multi vitamin since not getting enough of a vitamin causes depression

  • Make them a warm, nice smelling bath. Aromatherapy is a great way to treat depression and anxiety.

  • Write them a letter or card to read for when they’re feeling really bad. ✉

  • Make them a recovery playlist with some of their favorite songs and anything up lifting.

  • Make them laugh.

  • Make them a cup of tea and sit with them.

  • Listen to them and try to understand what they’re feeling.

What would you add?

Stay strong my little darlings 🙂

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Great Tumblr Blogs (Looking For Co-Owners!)

So I own and co-own a lot of Tumblr Blogs because I am Tumblr Addicted.

We are always looking for Co-Owners (and submissons!) for these amazing blogs..

You should check them out:

General information about all blogs:

♥Some Facts♥ | ♥F.A.Q♥

– Daily at least one photo 😉
We are alway looking for good Co-Owners!
– Check out a random photo or the archive
– You can always submit and ask stuff

– Owner: Diina Daring (personal tumblr)
– Contact: (Kik&Snap: DiinaDaring)
– We tag the tags #DiinaDaring & #cutest
– Sources: Submitted, Facebook, Amazon, WeHeartIt, Tumblr, Personal, Google..
– If you see your photo here and want me to delete it just contact me.

– Please share and promote this blog 🙂
– Sorry we won’t follow back, promo, check out your blog or so!
Free Blog Promotion & Free Blog Rate

Do you want to join the Cutie Crew?


  1. I won’t do/edit anything (ask questions, message..) without permission.
  2. I will try to be active. At least post once a week.
  3. I will queue, submit or upload posts.
  4. I’m friendly and not rude without reason.
  5. I will promote the blog.
  6. I won’t put any advertisement, commercials or outgoing urls on it. (Also nothing similar to this)
  7. I won’t post private pictures of anyone who doesn’t want it.
  8. I won’t post hate/racism posts, anything against the law/the tumblr guidelines or similar.
  9. I know I will be deleted, if I don’t abide by the rules.
  10. With applying to become a co-owner I accept and confirm the rules.

Contact me:


Kik Messenger/Snapchat: DiinaDaring


25 Things People Learned About Sex While Having Sex

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1. Vaginas are shallow.

That vaginas have a finish line.

2. Vaginas are deep.

The vagina is deeper than i expected. I’m asian by the way.

3. Vaginas are lower than I expected.

The opening of the vagina is lower than expected. I must of smooshed my dick head into her clit about 20 times before figuring it out.

4. It’s a man’s job to find “it.”

I always assumed it was the woman’s job to “guide” my penis in her vagina. I hovered over her and waited, and she just looked at me like, “what?”, and I asked if she could put it in, and she was all, “you’re a big boy, you can do this.”

5. Doing it doggy-style makes me self-conscious.

That when doing doggy, the guy is looking at my butthole as well. Knowing that now, I am conscious of poo and hair.

6. Penis skin moves.

Penis skin MOVES!! I thought a hand job involved rubbing the penis like you would to your finger. But the skin moves too!

7. It’s messy.

how messy it is and how awesome baby wipes are

8. Semen doesn’t evaporate.

Having to clean semen out, I thought it just stayed there and eventually disappeared.

9. Sometimes there are “weird-ass noises.”

Weird noises. Movies make sex seem so sensual, and it really is, but man, there are some weird-ass noises during sex.

10. Large penises don’t feel good.

That a huge dick does not equal better feeling. If anything the total opposite

11. Once you make her cum, she’s putty in your hands.

Once you make a woman orgasm really well, a surprising amount of them will let you do some pretty nasty shit to them, and they’ll enjoy it thoroughly.

12. Dried menstrual blood can be frightening in the morning.

Having drunken sex with a girl while she’s on her period, forgetting to clean up in the post coital bliss and falling asleep leads to terrifying thoughts upon waking up.

The first time it happened, it looked like I was turning into a zombie and the infection starting down there. Delightful.

13. ”It” doesn’t always work.

You cannot order a boner like a pizza.

14. You don’t always get an STD.

Unprotected sex doesn’t mean an STD every time. If that was true, I’d have dozens of AIDS.

15. Sometimes it’s better to be subtle.

That saying “You like that don’t you, you fucking retard” isn’t dirty talk…

16. It’s difficult to do “it” in the shower.

Shower sex… is really hard. Holding her up against the wall was one the riskiest things I’ve ever done

17. Your stomachs make suction sounds.

The farting noise that happens when your stomachs suction together after you get all sweaty.

18. I have tremendous endurance.

That I could last a whole 42 seconds.

19. It’s hard to maintain control when I have to pee.

Holding off from finishing during sex is a lot harder than holding it when you have to pee.

20. You get leg cramps.

Sex spawned leg cramps.

21. Her pleasure was more pleasurable to me than mine.

That I’d enjoy getting her off more than getting myself off.

22. It’s hard to synchronize orgasms.

You don’t cum at the same time, usually.

23. It’s about the same as masturbation.

That the quality of an orgasm from intercourse was pretty much the same as an orgasm that I’d given myself from masturbation. In other words, meh.

24. It’s not nearly as good as masturbation.

That I was an incredible masturbater and that sex was going to have some awesome build up but the actual sex wouldn’t feel as good as fapping. No one will ever know how to work your junk like you do. It the shared experience that makes it is awesome not the magical vaginal feelings.

25. Sometimes it’s better than masturbation, sometimes it’s not.

I thought it would be 100x better than masturbation. It’s not.

Really, really good sex is probably 1.5x better than a good fap. Bad sex is probably 1/2 as good as a fap.

TC mark

Check out our practical guide to finding, friending, hooking up, breaking up and falling in love in the 21st century.


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Amazing Food Hacks That WILL Change Your Life

1. Remove avocado stems to gauge its ripeness.

Remove avocado stems to gauge its ripeness.

2. Wrap the top of your bananas with plastic wrap and they’ll last four to five days longer.

Wrap the top of your bananas with plastic wrap and they'll last four to five days longer.

3. Know how to use your coconuts.

Know how to use your coconuts.

Coconuts can be used for everything from shaving to washing your hair.

Here are many more uses for cocnuts that you would have never thought of.

4. Cup bacon and eggs together for convenient breakfast bites.

Cup bacon and eggs together for convenient breakfast bites.

If you love bacon and eggs for breakfast, try out this little hack for bite-size portions.

5. Yogurt makes a healthy substitute for nearly anything.

Yogurt makes a healthy substitute for nearly anything.

6. Freeze red and white wine before cooking.

Freeze red and white wine before cooking.

This way when a recipe calls for either, you will always have the wine available. Just drop a cube in and cook.

8. Crack eggshells for trippy dye patterns.

Crack eggshells for trippy dye patterns.

9. To keep potatoes from budding, place an apple in the bag with the potatoes.

To keep potatoes from budding, place an apple in the bag with the potatoes.

10. Bake eggs instead of boiling them.

Bake eggs instead of boiling them.

Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs: 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Baked eggs are better because they are less sulfurous (smelly) and the texture of the finished eggs is creamier.

11. But if you must boil, follow this guide:

But if you must boil, follow this guide:

12. Toast two slices of bread together for the perfect sandwich.

Toast two slices of bread together for the perfect sandwich.

13. Making the perfect ice cream sandwich:

Making the perfect ice cream sandwich:

14. Pair these wines and cheeses together.

Pair these wines and cheeses together.

15. Make the perfect loaded potato.

Make the perfect loaded potato.

16. How to make super easy sugar cookie bowls.

How to make super easy sugar cookie bowls.

17. Keep cakes moist by placing a piece of bread on top overnight.

Keep cakes moist by placing a piece of bread on top overnight.

18. Avoid messy hands while eating popsicles.

Avoid messy hands while eating popsicles.

19. If you put a thumbprint in the middle of your burger it will cook flat, not round.

If you put a thumbprint in the middle of your burger it will cook flat, not round.

20. Lather a moat of PB around the J for a drip-free PB&J sandwich.

Lather a moat of PB around the J for a drip-free PB&J sandwich.

21. Determine serving size with your hand.

Determine serving size with your hand.

22. Make dried fruits in your oven.

Make dried fruits in your oven.

23. Put wooden spoon over a boiling pot to prevent spill overs.

Put wooden spoon over a boiling pot to prevent spill overs.

24. How to make a bacon taco bowl:

How to make a bacon taco bowl:

26. Keep your avocados green longer with the help of lemon.

Keep your avocados green longer with the help of lemon.

27. Use a paper towel to keep your salad fresh and avoid sogginess.

Use a paper towel to keep your salad fresh and avoid sogginess.

28. Bake tortillas to make your own crispy taco shells.

Bake tortillas to make your own crispy taco shells.

29. Section off your beef before freezing to have portion-sized patties after.

Section off your beef before freezing to have portion-sized patties after.

30. The ultimate freezer guide:

The ultimate freezer guide:

31. Cookies ‘n’ cream coffee with Oreos:

Cookies 'n' cream coffee with Oreos:

32. How to make salad in a jar for lunch:

How to make salad in a jar for lunch:

33. Pizza eggs! (Or what to do with leftover pizza)

Pizza eggs! (Or what to do with leftover pizza)

34. The budget Big Mac

The budget Big Mac

35. Brew tea with these time guides:

Brew tea with these time guides:

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27 Cool Internet Or Computer Tricks

1. A shortcut to any website.

Whatever you type into the URL bar can be surrounded by www. & .com by pressing control + enter.

2. An easy way to browse photos on a subreddit hands-free.

When viewing picture based subreddits, add a “p” into the url like so: to get a picture slideshow of the posts on that subreddit. This is particularly useful when you want to browse a picture based subreddit ahemhands-free.

3. A shortcut to downloading music.

Type -inurl:(htm|html|php) intitle:”index of” +”last modified” +”parent directory” +description +size +(wma|mp3) “weezer” into a google search bar.

And for other searches, replace “weezer” with whatever you’re looking for. It finds music downloads on public ftp and http sites.

4. How to do a reverse image search.

Hold S and right click an image to do reverse image search in Chrome.

5. How to skip the boring intros of most Youtube videos.

The Wadsworth constant, which was proposed by /u/wadsworth, states that the first 30% of any YouTube instructional video is skippable. YouTube added it as a feature. Tutorial video? Add ?wadsworth=1 to the end of the URL and skip the awkward introduction by the host about their hobbies, genetic history, what they had for breakfast, and the explanation you could have gathered from the video’s title.

6. How to restore a closed browser.

ctrl + shift + T

Opens up the last tab you closed.

7. How to make your cursor move by words.

Most of the good ones are gone, but, holding control makes your cursor move by full words, instead of by characters.

So CTRL + backspace will delete the entire previous word. CTRL + arrow keys will jump to the start of the previous word.

8. A shortcut to highlighting a URL.

CTRL + L highlights the url/address bar in Chrome.

9. How to access private Youtube videos and subscription-only sites.

If a YouTube video is marked as private I’m pretty sure you can gain access simply by deleting the “watch?” In the URL.

I didn’t include this before because I never personally tried it, but I’ve heard that if you remove the “?” In a New York Times online URL you can avoid having to buy a subscription or whatever they want you to pay for.

10. The new “cntrl+Alt+delete.”

Don’t hit control+alt+delete, hit control+shift+escape to go directly to the task manager.

11. How to stop a distracting GIF.

One weird trick is pressing ESC to halt animated GIFs that are distracting. Animators hate me.

12. How to switch between open windows.

So many don’t know about alt-tab, which lets you switch between open applications quickly. It changed my life.

13. A shortcut to reenabling browser right-click.

Putting the following into a favorite/shortcut on the toolbar re-enables browser right click. Good for sites that disable it to stop you stealing pictures, or if their own right click context menu is buggy.


14. How to open up an incognito window (and what it’s good for).

I’m positive everyone knows this, but ctrl + shift + n opens up an incognito mode tab on chrome. You can browse freely being sure that nothing of what you do is saved in browsing or downloads history. No cookies either.

15. A simple way to clear your cache.

CTRL + SHIFT + R = Clear cache and then refresh page.

16. How to access a blocked subreddit.

If certain subreddits are blocked at your school or work you can type the subreddit name with a + at the end of it.

ex. /r/AskReddit+

17. Apparently, plug-ins are what’s up.

Plug-ins make your internet experience 100x better:

  • YouTube Center: allows you to customize YouTube to your liking, auto HD, remove annotations, and other annoying things that normal people have to adjust every time they watch a video.
  • Imagus: allows you to view images by just hovering over the link. Works great for reddit.
  • AdBlock: Everyone should know about this already. Blocks ads. Allows you to whitelist sites that have tasteful, non-intrusive ads (like reddit).

18. An alternative way to pause a Youtube video.

Tired of hitting spacebar to pause a YouTube video and having it scroll down a page instead? Hit “k” instead.

19. How to access paywall sites.

For websites like that allow you a certain number of free stories per month before you hit a paywall, just delete the cookies from the site and it will reset your count. Alternatively, you can browse it in incognito mode (yes it’s useful for more than porn).

20. A fast and easy way to track your UPS package.

If you Google a UPS tracking number, it will link you right to the tracking page for your package.

21. How to excise words from a Google search.

When searching things in Google, you can type a minus sign and then the word you don’t want (-stuff) to remove that word from the search.

22. How to make Google do a barrel roll.

Googling “do a barrel roll” results in a barrel roll on Google.

23. How to access video websites that are restricted in your country.

Youtube video or website not available in your country? Try lets you proxy from a different country really easily.

24. A hidden game in Google images.

A lot of people probably already know this, but…
Go to Google. Type in Atari Breakout. Go to Images.


25. How to make Google look off-balance.

Try searching “tilt” in the address bar in chrome…

Google engineers must have fun. 🙂

26. A website that usually has discounts on everything.

Always check for coupons before buying anything online.

27. How to find an updated version of a now-dead website page.

Run into an old, dead link? Copy the url to… they often have a preserved copy.