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Overcome the Hate

Overcoming hate is one of the most difficult things to do in life. Whether it be the hate you feel towards yourself, others feel towards you, or the hate you feel towards others it can be very difficult to resolve. We all experience hate in our lives, but it's time we start to moderate it more. It's time to overcome the hate and start embracing love. This is a safe place where you can express your concerns, share your stories of experiencing hate, overcoming hate, and embracing love! We as well as all our followers are here for you. Follow our other blog that handles bullying: Bulliednomore.tumblr.com
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thefantasticlittlethings:

  • Accept that all bodies come in a variety of shapes and sizes. 
  • Explore yourself, emotionally, physically and spiritually. 
  • Recognize your positive qualities. You have so much to offer!
  • Take a moment and thank each body part, one by one, for everything they do for you.
  • Allow yourself to make mistakes
  • Be yourself; Whatever size, color, religion, gender, race or sexual orientation. Don’t make apologies for yourself. 
  • Let go of fear. Don’t’ let fear keep you from living your life the way you want to. Don’t be afraid to put on spandex and go to the gym. Don’t be afraid to order that piece cheesecake . Don’t be afraid of what people say, just be you.

Your body is amazing the way it is. You are amazing just the way you are.

thefantasticlittlethings:

I know it isn’t easy and it’s a hard process, but pick out one things each day.

The way you smile, the way your eyes are shaped, the way your legs move, the shape of your nose.

Thank your body for being there each day, no matter what weight you may be.

Appreciate your heart for beating, your lungs for breathing and your eyes for seeing.

Appreciate the fact that you deserve to have a great relationship with your body, no matter what size. 

You’ll start to see how beautiful you are. 

thefantasticlittlethings:

If you’re fat.

If you’re skinny.

If you’re short or tall. 

If your nose is big and your boobs are small

You deserve the same respect as us all. 

Even if your feet are large and your hands are small

You are a beautiful person, that’s what you are. 

Bullying, Eating Disorders and Stupid People.

mylifeislikewoah:

WKBT anchor Jennifer Livingston took a moment during Tuesday’s morning newscast (Oct. 2, 2012) to directly address a recent email she received from a viewer complaining about her weight. 

“To the person who wrote me that letter — do you think I don’t know that? That your cruel words are pointing out something that I don’t see?” Livingston asked in response. “You don’t know me. You are not a friend of mine. You are not a part of my family. And you have admitted that you don’t watch this show. So you know nothing about me but what you see on the outside. And I am much more than a number on the scale.”

Livingston went on to say that October is National Anti Bullying Month, and that she hopes her response to the email will serve to raise awareness of bullying behavior, which is “passed down from people like the man who wrote me that email.”

“If you are at home and talking about the fat news lady, guess what? Your children are probably going to go to school and call someone fat,” Livingston said.

Livingston thanked friends, family and colleagues, saying, “I will never be able to thank you enough for your words of support, and for taking a stand against this bully. We are better than that email. We are better than the bullies that will try to take us down.”

(via bulliednomore)

bulliednomore:

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sarasmiles82:

I could probably look at this picture and tell you every little thing I didn’t like about how I look, what I hated about my face in particular but its a waste of time and energy. I have to love what I was born with, bright green eyes and a kind heart. 

sarasmiles82:

I could probably look at this picture and tell you every little thing I didn’t like about how I look, what I hated about my face in particular but its a waste of time and energy. I have to love what I was born with, bright green eyes and a kind heart. 

thefantasticlittlethings:

If you’re fat.

If you’re skinny.

If you’re short or tall. 

If your nose is big and your boobs are small

You deserve the same respect as us all. 

Even if your feet are large and your hands are small

You are a beautiful person, that’s what you are. 

(via allbodiesrejoice)

thefantasticlittlethings:

people getting trashed because of their weight.

Someone’s weight is their business. Who needs your stamp of approval of advice. Don’t beat them down with health facts in hope that they see your ONE message and decides to change. 

I’m pretty sure the same message is being said everyday, through the internet, media, comments made by people,ect.

If you want to help someone, then do it in other acts of kindness. Leave a sweet message, give a inspirational word, do something nice for them.

Otherwise, just..stop.