“‘disenfranchised grief’—the pain of a significant loss that is not openly acknowledged or socially supported.”
Do not allow someone to disenfranchise your grief. You deserve to grieve. Just because other people don’t think you have the right to mourn the loss of someone does not mean you don’t deserve to mourn that loss. Accept your feelings and do not let others disenfranchise them!
On each performance of Catch Me If You Can:
I think about having a good time and then I’m kind of shot out of a cannon at the start of the show. And I kind of, yeah… just don’t stop until it’s over.
(Source: iammorethanmemerry, via a-city-out-of-clay)
If the reason that Aaron Tveit shaved his hair was because it was in support of the scriptwriter who is suffering with testicular cancer, then I don’t think it would be possible to love Aaron any more than I already do.
Can we try to not make someone’s amazing fight with cancer about Aaron Tveit’s hair please?