Stop Stigma Sacramento
The Mental Illness: It’s not always what you think project was initiated by Sacramento County Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Behavioral Health Services to:
-Reduce stigma and discrimination
-Promote mental health and wellness
-Inspire hope for people and families living with mental illness
Stop Stigma Sacramento is one of the many projects here working to support those with mental illnesses. These are all over the county—on billboards, community boards, and gas pumps.
For mental health resources in the county, visit the NAMI Sacramento website
I can’t begin to tell you how much I love the acting in gay porn.
MIA THE GUY ON THE RIGHT IS IN THE BONSAI ONE
“carried like a babe”
I have cancer
“$50 for a t-shirt that’s just silly overpriced”
it took me like an hour to listen to the whole song
this song is the reason i started drinking
I think one of the best feelings is someone saying they missed you. Even though it’s just a small comment and most people kind of brush it off, think about it. Someone actually cared that you weren’t there and took the time to tell you.
you wanna take this outside??? you wanna take this to the park? you wanna look at the stars with me? you wanna go out for a romantic dinner afterwards??
*throws chair* *smashes table* SOMEONE MAKE OUT WITH ME *punches wall*
if you say “happiness” in english with a french accent it sounds like “a penis” and if you say “happiness” in french with an american accent it sounds like “boner”