DAISY DAISY

Namaste. I'm Deice pronounced "Daisy,"and this is my blog. I'm a 21 year old college student from California who one day hopes to help make this world a little better. The best things in my life are those i consider friends, and of course my family and my awesome germanshepherd. Welcome to the blog of this Mexican American girl.


What I Learned Last Year, S.K (via seivi-k-stories)

POSTED ON September 29, 2014 With 111 notes × PERMALINK
Giants v Padres game the other night.   😏⚾️

Giants v Padres game the other night. 😏⚾️

— Unknown (via psych-facts)

POSTED ON September 26, 2014 With 2,183 notes × PERMALINK

— Midnight thoughts (wish you were here)

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POSTED ON September 26, 2014 With 12,890 notes × PERMALINK

Learn more about extraordinary journeys. (via holidayinn)

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sfgiants:

A well-earned champagne bath.

sfgiants:

A well-earned champagne bath.

meme-face1:

My brain

meme-face1:

My brain

allmymetaphors:

kristenpurgeswords:

The popularity of this post scares me.
We are NOT always in control of what happens in a situation.
Depression may make it impossible to finish your to do list. This post says it should be possible and creates the stereotype of laziness.
A smell may trigger memories of abuse. This post says shutting down is a choice.
Bulimia can make it impossible not to call that take out shop and spend your last 10 dollars. That binge may make you hate yourself. I promise that I know this is a compulsion, and that your heart wanted that money to get coffee with a friend tomorrow.
We are not always in control of our reactions. It is beautiful when we are, but sometimes chemistry is stronger then the person you know you are.
Ad time goes on, and we practice, it gets easier. But we have not/do not always have the skills to react in the manner that we want.

hmmm this is interesting commentary and i agree kinda but 
i drew this coming from a PLACE of mental illness. i have been diagnosed with several different forms of mental illness, including specifically Borderline Personality Disorder which is a complicated diagnosis that basically means…. over reacting to everything and freaking out all the time and always being out of control and always having strong emotional reactions to everything
so i drew this as a sort of reminder to myself that i DO have control; that im not just a mindless victim at the whim of a disorder. that i have a choice to fight back. that i don’t have to lay down on the sidewalk and sob every time i feel bad. i sometimes get so caught up in the idea that mental illness means i can’t help anything and nothing is in my hands and i can never do anything good ever again. reminding myself that it is still MY body and MY life and I still have control is helpful to me; that’s how i cope
so if i offended anyone i’m sorry. my sketchbook is just a journal i try to make public for fun. the “you” is always me. this doodle was specifically intended to help me and it made me feel a lot better when i made it. 
as someone who has done a lot of shitty things bc of mental illness i know that if we all had a choice we would live happier lives and bc we don’t we struggle. i KNOW that from experience. but it helps to remind myself sometimes that i am not always totally helpless. 

allmymetaphors:

kristenpurgeswords:

The popularity of this post scares me.

We are NOT always in control of what happens in a situation.

Depression may make it impossible to finish your to do list. This post says it should be possible and creates the stereotype of laziness.

A smell may trigger memories of abuse. This post says shutting down is a choice.

Bulimia can make it impossible not to call that take out shop and spend your last 10 dollars. That binge may make you hate yourself. I promise that I know this is a compulsion, and that your heart wanted that money to get coffee with a friend tomorrow.

We are not always in control of our reactions. It is beautiful when we are, but sometimes chemistry is stronger then the person you know you are.

Ad time goes on, and we practice, it gets easier. But we have not/do not always have the skills to react in the manner that we want.

hmmm this is interesting commentary and i agree kinda but 

i drew this coming from a PLACE of mental illness. i have been diagnosed with several different forms of mental illness, including specifically Borderline Personality Disorder which is a complicated diagnosis that basically means…. over reacting to everything and freaking out all the time and always being out of control and always having strong emotional reactions to everything

so i drew this as a sort of reminder to myself that i DO have control; that im not just a mindless victim at the whim of a disorder. that i have a choice to fight back. that i don’t have to lay down on the sidewalk and sob every time i feel bad. i sometimes get so caught up in the idea that mental illness means i can’t help anything and nothing is in my hands and i can never do anything good ever again. reminding myself that it is still MY body and MY life and I still have control is helpful to me; that’s how i cope

so if i offended anyone i’m sorry. my sketchbook is just a journal i try to make public for fun. the “you” is always me. this doodle was specifically intended to help me and it made me feel a lot better when i made it. 

as someone who has done a lot of shitty things bc of mental illness i know that if we all had a choice we would live happier lives and bc we don’t we struggle. i KNOW that from experience. but it helps to remind myself sometimes that i am not always totally helpless. 

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