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publicpolicebox:

This week is suicide prevention week.
National Suicide Prevention Week (NSPW) is an annual week-long campaign in the United States (and the internet!) to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide
Warning signs may include:
Loss of interest in previously pleasurable activities
Giving away prized possessions
Problem behaviour and substance misuse
Apathy in dress and appearance, or a sudden change in weight
Sudden and striking personality changes
Withdrawal from friends and social activities
Increased ‘accident proneness’ and self-harming behaviours
Please, if you a feeling suicidal call one of these numbers:
United States: 1-800-784-8433 / 1-800-273-8255 
Argentina: + 54 (0) 223 493 0430
Australia: 1 800 198 313
Barbados: (246) 429 9999
Belgium: +32 (0) 2 648 40 14
Brazil: 55 11 31514109
Canada: 905 734 1212/ 905 382 0689
China: 0800-810-1117
Croatia: (01) 4833-888
Cyprus: +357 77 77 72 67
Denmark: +45 70 201 201
Egypt: 762 1602/3
Italy: 800 86 00 22
Ireland:+44 (0) 8457 90 90 90
France: 01 46 21 46 46
Germany: 0800 181 0771
Or talk to a close friend/ family member. 
And remember, my ask box is always open.

publicpolicebox:

This week is suicide prevention week.

National Suicide Prevention Week (NSPW) is an annual week-long campaign in the United States (and the internet!) to inform and engage health professionals and the general public about suicide prevention and warning signs of suicide

Warning signs may include:

  • Loss of interest in previously pleasurable activities
  • Giving away prized possessions
  • Problem behaviour and substance misuse
  • Apathy in dress and appearance, or a sudden change in weight
  • Sudden and striking personality changes
  • Withdrawal from friends and social activities
  • Increased ‘accident proneness’ and self-harming behaviours

Please, if you a feeling suicidal call one of these numbers:

United States: 1-800-784-8433 / 1-800-273-8255 

Argentina: + 54 (0) 223 493 0430

Australia: 1 800 198 313

Barbados: (246) 429 9999

Belgium: +32 (0) 2 648 40 14

Brazil: 55 11 31514109

Canada: 905 734 1212/ 905 382 0689

China: 0800-810-1117

Croatia: (01) 4833-888

Cyprus: +357 77 77 72 67

Denmark: +45 70 201 201

Egypt: 762 1602/3

Italy: 800 86 00 22

Ireland:+44 (0) 8457 90 90 90

France: 01 46 21 46 46

Germany: 0800 181 0771

Or talk to a close friend/ family member. 

And remember, my ask box is always open.

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backonpointe:

Since my August monthly workout was such a hit, I made another one for September! Like last time, the way it works is simple: look at what’s listed for the current date, pick a workout from the categories below to match what’s listed for the day, and do it! This allows you to alternate muscle groups, stay motivated, and try new workouts.
Other tips: eat healthy, drink more water, and increase the amount of cardio (even low-intensity cardio like walking) you do each week.
If you want to share your progress or see how others are doing on the plan throughout September, please tag your posts with BoP: September.
Have fun!
Arms
Lean Arms Workout v.1
Lean Arms Workout v.2
Tone Those Triceps!
Weight-Free Arms
Arms Workout
All About Arms
Dumbbells, Smart Arms
Legs
Inner Thigh Toner
Tame Those Thighs
Kill Those Legs!
Your Best Butt
Thigh Toner
Dancer’s Legs Workout
Legs Workout
5 Minute Butt Blaster
Abs
All-Over Abs
1-2-3 Ab Workout
Quick Challenge
I Seek Obliques
Abs Challenge
Intense Abs
Waist Trimmer
Ballet Abs
General
Full Body Meltdown
Absolute Beginner Workout
Fat Blaster
Quiet Workout
Coffee Break Workout
All-Over Workout
Whole Body Workout
Morning Angel Workout
No Space? No Problem!
Basic Dumbbell Workout
Full Body Workout
One-Song Workouts
50 Up, 50 Down
Morning Workouts
Leveled Workouts
Count Up, Count Down
Strength and Cardio
Water Bottle Workout
Challenges
Weather Workout
Quick Workout
Digital Clock Workout
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Challenge
Cardio
Leveled Cardio
One-Room Cardio
All-Cardio Challenge
Cardio Circuit
Killer Kardio
Beginner Cardio

Let’s play catch up and do the first nine tonight! Let’s get super sore. 

backonpointe:

Since my August monthly workout was such a hit, I made another one for September! Like last time, the way it works is simple: look at what’s listed for the current date, pick a workout from the categories below to match what’s listed for the day, and do it! This allows you to alternate muscle groups, stay motivated, and try new workouts.

Other tips: eat healthy, drink more water, and increase the amount of cardio (even low-intensity cardio like walking) you do each week.

If you want to share your progress or see how others are doing on the plan throughout September, please tag your posts with BoP: September.

Have fun!

Arms

Legs

Abs

General

Challenges

Cardio

Let’s play catch up and do the first nine tonight! Let’s get super sore. 

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beloudletyourcolorshow:

EVERYONE OUT THERE LISTEN UP!
One thing I never do is go on Omegle. But for once I did. The one guy I found we sat and talked for 4 hours. I lied to him about where I live just to be safe. He knows that. We have so much in common and Omegle stopped working. I would really like to say goodbye to him. All I know is that he lives in Indiana and is studying philosophy and political science. This is NOT the best photo of him. Haha.
ANY ONE ABLE TO HELP ME? It was chance that we met but not chance that we had to stop. If you need more info: we talked about our favorite movies, books and television shows AND how I’m not British. He is wonderful. If you know him, could you tell him to email notreallybritishbutbritishgirl@gmail.com ? I don’t even know if he has given any of this a second thought. If we are never meant to meet again that is fine. REBLOG GUYS :) Thanks Tumblr world! :)

beloudletyourcolorshow:

EVERYONE OUT THERE LISTEN UP!

One thing I never do is go on Omegle. But for once I did. The one guy I found we sat and talked for 4 hours. I lied to him about where I live just to be safe. He knows that. We have so much in common and Omegle stopped working. I would really like to say goodbye to him. All I know is that he lives in Indiana and is studying philosophy and political science. This is NOT the best photo of him. Haha.

ANY ONE ABLE TO HELP ME? It was chance that we met but not chance that we had to stop. If you need more info: we talked about our favorite movies, books and television shows AND how I’m not British. He is wonderful. If you know him, could you tell him to email notreallybritishbutbritishgirl@gmail.com ? I don’t even know if he has given any of this a second thought. If we are never meant to meet again that is fine. REBLOG GUYS :) Thanks Tumblr world! :)

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