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Sparkly Waffles

Hey everyone Sparkly Waffles here, but my name is Mya and I live in Brooklyn, New York. Anyway I will tell you about me and stuff. My birthday is on August 10. I am very smart and sometimes shy I may have no (close) friends but all I do is just read books.

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See this woman? Thanks to her and the strength she had to admit to the entire world she was dealing with emotional issues, I sought out help. In November of 2010, I woke up to the news that my idol was checked into a treatment facility for some rather familiar reasons. Growing up I dealt with bullying from peers and other students. The worst year was eighth grade. It was a daily basis that someone was calling me fat. Almost every single day I went home crying. A kid on my bus would tease me all the time. He frequently called me King Kong and would make stomping noises whenever I walked by, saying I was causing an earthquake. Because of him, I slept in purposely and would beg my mom with tears in my eyes to drive me to school. I went an entire two months avoiding that bus. That April, I was seconds from attempting.
Now with my scars on my skin healing, I have a stronger state of mind and a hero to motivate me. I can no longer be kicked down. And even if I was, I would just get right back up
Thank you Demi Lovato. Thank you for saving me. It would be an honor to meet you and just thank you for all that shit you helped me through. 
Please help me meet her by opening this link and clicking on the blue bar.

Please reblog and help out. You have no idea how much this means to me.

This seriously made me cry. I hate people like this. I hope yyou are okay(: Stay strong. I don’t know you but that doesn’t matter.. God has a plan for everyone. I love Demi too, I would love to hear that you met your idol(: 

I am actually crying :’( your story is so relatable; that’s what’s so sad. I’ve literally been seconds away from attempting until I suddenly thought to myself, ‘No, you’re better than this. Don’t let them win.’ Your story has literally given me the strength and courage to admit I need help and that I can’t live my life like this for much longer. Thank you so much. And to all the young girls and guys out there struggling with similar issues, stay strong, you’re worthy of life 😘

musical-lovatic:

infinate-hipstarr:

jessickuuuh:

jessickuuuh:

See this woman? Thanks to her and the strength she had to admit to the entire world she was dealing with emotional issues, I sought out help. In November of 2010, I woke up to the news that my idol was checked into a treatment facility for some rather familiar reasons. Growing up I dealt with bullying from peers and other students. The worst year was eighth grade. It was a daily basis that someone was calling me fat. Almost every single day I went home crying. A kid on my bus would tease me all the time. He frequently called me King Kong and would make stomping noises whenever I walked by, saying I was causing an earthquake. Because of him, I slept in purposely and would beg my mom with tears in my eyes to drive me to school. I went an entire two months avoiding that bus. That April, I was seconds from attempting.

Now with my scars on my skin healing, I have a stronger state of mind and a hero to motivate me. I can no longer be kicked down. And even if I was, I would just get right back up

Thank you Demi Lovato. Thank you for saving me. It would be an honor to meet you and just thank you for all that shit you helped me through. 

Please help me meet her by opening this link and clicking on the blue bar.

Please reblog and help out. You have no idea how much this means to me.

This seriously made me cry. I hate people like this. I hope yyou are okay(: Stay strong. I don’t know you but that doesn’t matter.. God has a plan for everyone. I love Demi too, I would love to hear that you met your idol(: 

I am actually crying :’( your story is so relatable; that’s what’s so sad. I’ve literally been seconds away from attempting until I suddenly thought to myself, ‘No, you’re better than this. Don’t let them win.’ Your story has literally given me the strength and courage to admit I need help and that I can’t live my life like this for much longer. Thank you so much. And to all the young girls and guys out there struggling with similar issues, stay strong, you’re worthy of life 😘


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