calming starter sentences

"Its okay, I'm here."

"I'm not going to leave you."

"Everything is okay."

"I'm going to protect you."

"I believe in you."

"Hear my heartbeat? Just focus on that."

"You'll be alright, no one can hurt you now."

"You're not going to lose me."

"I love you."

"I'll stay right here, okay?"

"Just breathe."

"I'm okay, you're okay, we're okay."

"You're everything to me."

"I don't care what they think, to me, you are perfect."

"Do you want to talk about it?"

"You don't have to be alone."

These are amazing just reading them is very calming

skankyqfabs asked:

What was Russell's abuse towards Quinn like? Do the memories effect her today?

Now This Is The Season For Dreaming Answer:

This was one of the first head canon questions i answered :) You can find it under my “headcanons” tab on my home page. 

But I don’t think I talked about the memories and how they affect Quinn, so I’ll do that here. 

Quinn goes through extensive therapy in order to make peace with her past, and in oder to be able to move past her childhood and the way her father treated her. As his abuse was as physical as it was mental, Quinn still flinches whenever someone makes a sudden movement toward her, and she probably still becomes nervous when she’s alone in a space with a man around her father’s age. I think all of this diminishes with the help of her therapist and other members of her support system (and especially Rachel, who has to work beyond hard to make Quinn feel safe and to get it through her head that no one is going to hurt her like that again). 

I’m sure Quinn would still wake from dreams, in a cold sweat, screaming or crying out from memories of Russell hand (Cognac or Whiskey bottle grasped between his fingers) bearing down on Quinn. Some nights she doesn’t wake, just lies asleep under the covers, shaking and whimpering to dreams of her father coming into her room at night and kneeling on her bed. Those nights are the worst for Rachel, who sometimes can’t wake Quinn no matter how hard she tries, and has to sit there watching the love of her life become consumed over and over again by memories. Sometimes all Rachel can do is wrap her arms around her crying wife and hold her tight, stroking her hair and whispering into her ear until Quinn snaps out of it and wakes up. I think the first few times this happened, Quinn would be embarrassed and ashamed and she’d pull away from Rachel, hurrying to the bathroom to wash her face and collect herself. She wouldn’t want to talk about it when she comes back out. When she begins to trust Rachel more, she wakes up and wants nothing more than to draw Rachel closer and bury her face in Rachel’s neck, pressing so closely into the tinier girl, as if she were trying to melt into her. 

I also think that the memories of Russell would make her even more fiercely protective of Rachel. Knowing what men (or anyone, really), have the capability to do, she’d be constantly worried for Rachel. She’d beg her not to walk alone in the city at night, and she’d implore her not to go to parties where she’d be the only girl. She’d promise Rachel that it wasn’t about trust, but Rachel would probably get angry which would no doubt lead to an argument about Quinn trying to “control” her. But then Quinn would whisper how she sometimes can’t sleep at night because the worst nightmares she has aren’t ones where Russell is hurting her, but the ones where he’s hurting Rachel. Where Rachel takes Quinn’s place, and everything that happened to Quinn is now happening to Rachel, while Quinn is forced to watch. And Rachel lets out a small gasp and a sigh, and promises Quinn that she’ll do everything she can to stay safe. 

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Anonymous asked:

hi Anna. I was wondering if I could ask some advice from you. Lately I've been trying to starve myself and Ive been getting very bad about food. I considered trying to throw up. I don't know who to talk to. Is this what it's like for you? I don't mean to trigger, you can ignore this if its too much.

Now This Is The Season For Dreaming Answer:

Hi love, 

I’m not going to ignore your message. Having no one to talk makes everything worse and I don’t ever want you feeling like that’s true, ok? I don’t know what your family/friends/support system look(s) like, but I promise that you have me to talk to if you need. 

I don’t want to trigger or upset any of my followers who may read this, so I think we could talk more in-depth and privately if you were to come off anon. But I completely understand if that’s not something you’re comfortable doing, and I would never hold it against you. 

I will say that yes, that is pretty much what it’s like for me. But it’s really great that you’re recognizing your patterns and behaviors to be damaging, because it means you have all the power you need to try and heal. Which I believe you can do, because you’re strong and amazing. I want to also say that if you haven’t made yourself throw up, then please please please don’t do it. It’s an addiction like any other and it’ll turn you into someone you barely recognize. I promise you it’s not worth it. Again, I risk triggering anyone reading this, so I’m going to stop there, but please don’t hesitate to private message me and we can talk about anything you need, ok? 

Take care of yourself tonight, despite what your mind is telling you right now, you really do deserve to be happy and healthy. 

-Anna 

melcastillo:

Lea and Chord filming in uptown whittier passing by Greenleaf! (Snippet of Thousand Miles duet)

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gurj14:

novaforever:
In which Santana wants her stix (without unwanted tag-a-longs), Quinn is a serial killer (for bacon), Brittany just loves her hot cheese (and Santana), and Rachel is generally embarrassed for everyone.

LOL

gurj14:

novaforever:

In which Santana wants her stix (without unwanted tag-a-longs), Quinn is a serial killer (for bacon), Brittany just loves her hot cheese (and Santana), and Rachel is generally embarrassed for everyone.

LOL

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*aggressively grabs you by the shirt collar* 
BUT DO YOU REMEMBER HOW GOOD SEASON ONE WAS 

*breaks down in tears on your chest*

This applies to every show ever

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123what: ’Scream Queens’

We hope to create a whole new genre – comedy-horror

Ryan Murphy


Didn’t he kind of do this with Glee - started as a comedy ended in horror?

123what:

 ’Scream Queens’

We hope to create a whole new genre – comedy-horror

Ryan Murphy

Didn’t he kind of do this with Glee - started as a comedy ended in horror?

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