MeltingCORE
About me
I blog whatever comes to mind. Music, fashion, art, and space are big things. I highly suggest you push the random post button, there's some cool stuff on here.
I also post my artwork and my comic Crystal. Crystal is a comic that brings awareness to the suffering that Schizophrenia causes. My experience with Schizophrenia is shared as well, along with tips from my therapist to *hopefully* help others deal with this serious illness.

///FEEL FREE TO ASK ME QUESTIONS ABOUT THE ILLNESS OR FOR ADVICE IF YOUR DEALING WITH SIMILAR ISSUES.///

My mind calls me the Reactor Girl. Reality says I am Emily. Melting and fusing. I have jumped into core 208 - my mind’s boiling point. Calorification is imminent. I want to be white hot energy. This incinerator’s seething grasp is an extravaganza. My thoughts are drowning in rustic pipelines and wire nebulae. I am synthesizing a beautiful and chaotic world. A universe unknown - only able to be seen through my artwork.

countandi:

art blog

I DON’T KNOW WHAT THE BLOODY HELL THIS IS BUT ACCEPT MY OFFERING.

sevnilock:

Jack/Elsa You are not alone.~︶⌣︶✿

[500 by 700 pixel photo with a dark pink background and white text which reads: some people have psychosis. they are not “scary” or “dangerous”. stop throwing them under the bus in mental health discourse. prioritize them. below there is a watermark that reads: about mental illness]

official-maximum-ride:

Decided to take a video while flying this morning.

Best. Idea. Ever.

tags:
#personal
Freedom

edit: I’m really not messing around. I just finished the complete eradication of every negative source in my life. Every trace of it is gone. Everything. I will never have to look or think about it again.

Sometimes people tell you things that aren’t true. Like saying they care or that you’re one of their favorite people. And there’s only so much of that I can take. I feel as though I’m a nice person, but I won’t be used. I try to see from other people’s perspectives because that’s only fair. But I have to think about myself at the same time, especially considering I have my own issues - mainly mental health ones. I either mean something to you or I don’t. You either care about me and my feelings or you don’t.

Today I purged all negativity from my life. It’s gone forever because I have made it so. No one will ever use me again. I won’t let it happen. People should listen to each other every now and then, but if all you’re doing is using a person as an outlet for your negative emotions then you’re doing life wrong. I’m not your therapist. I’m not your punching bag. I’m not your bitch. You can’t just use me up and then abandon me. That’s not how people should treat each other.

I’m free.

-MeltingCORE

(Source: -kokoro)

thehijabilolita:

Went out with my bestie yesterday to see The Grand Budapest Hotel!

(Source: aboveandbeyondquotes)

Attack it head on

I always like to envision myself literally attacking my mental illness as if it was a separate entity. Or just anything scary in general. Like - I used to have nightmares and finally one night I became lucid and attacked the demon girl who was threatening me. Haven’t had a truly scary dream since. And speaking in front of people terrifies me but I just blurt out that I want to speak first in my classes. And with my mental illness, I tend not to get scared anymore, I just get mad. Because I’m a solider and I’m fighting a battle. I need to get mad and fight the demons. The voices are not welcome. They’re not welcome in my head.

Remember that your words have power so utilize them in your battle.

-MeltingCORE

Recently, a friend posed a question: If there were a pill I could take that would instantly cure me, would i take it? The poet Rainer Maria Rilke was offered psychoanalysis. He declined, saying, “Don’t take my devils away, because my angels may flee too.” My psychosis, on the other hand, is a waking nightmare in which my devils are so terrifying that all my angels have already fled. So would i take the pill? in an instant. That said, i don’t wish to be seen as regretting the life i could have had if i had not been mentally ill, nor am i asking anyone for their pity. What i rather wish to say is that the humanity we all share is more important than the mental illness we may not.

Elyn Saks - Seeing Mental Illness

(via playthegames-sunshine)

(Source: connieleeann)

handmadepride:

Click here for more food.

PSA 3

If you’re religious, whatever God(s) you worship - I promise He or She or They don’t hate you for having a mental illness! (This is something I have to repeat to myself a lot, but I know in my heart that it’s true.)

-MeltingCORE

toonami:

Getting closer