"I just want someone to care.
Not say that they’re going to be there, not bbm me words of wisdom and strength and whatnot…but someone who will actually drop everything their doing just to come to my house and be with me and ask me if I’m okay. Because they care about me enough to do that. Because I’m more important than going out and getting high or drinking. I’m so tired of going through things by myself…I’m so tired of being told I’m going to be okay when I’m really not sure that I will be this time…I can’t do this anymore.”
"Its starting up again…that feeling of complete vacancy that comes up for no reason..I overanalyse, I make up impossible scenarios in my head…I think too much. I hate being alone..and it’s a really bad trait, I get it, but I can’t help it…and when I’m not included I feel worthless..Like I’m only important when something’s needed from me but otherwise, I’m useless…I’m there, for everything. EVERTHING. I sit and listen and I reassure them everything’ll be ok but I’m not even an afterthought…I’m a background/backup friend. Always have been, always will be".
"It hurts, I can’t deny it. I miss you, I miss you so much but there’s nothing I can do about it. You’re gone. Moved on. Just like that, one day you’re my everything and the next you’ve walked right out of my door leaving nothing but memories behind. Tell me, how can you fall out of love so fast? Baby, you said forever."
Okay, these are snippets from Lauren’s personal and a photo that she recently reblogged. She’s a human being who goes through similar everyday problems just like you and me. There’s times where she feels vacant, alone and exhausted even without reasoning, she’s had her heart broken by someone who seemingly didn’t love her as much as she loved him. She’s your typical teenage girl who goes through all these stages of emotions and denial, and just because she’s “famous” or “in the spot light” now doesn’t change this a single bit. She still over analyzes everything and cares entirely too much about her reputation because she’s worked her whole entire life to maintain a good one. She was never a “party girl” like people assume, of course she had friends who were, everyone has friends who are, but she was always hardworking and dedicated to being the best person she could possibly be. So before you judge someone for being snappy or defensive about their life and personal relationships that you in no means were invited into remember that fame does not make you immune to ignorance or hate and that she’s trying her hardest every day to be the best version of herself. Show some compassion for her, and for all of the girls.