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anonymous asked:

why do you reblog all those pictures of absolutely hideous girls? it ruins your blog.

You’re the worst kind of person, please start loving yourself and stop hating on all of these gorgeous girls just because you feel insecure

The thing is, I stopped hating myself. I stopped living every waking moment looking at my flaws and comparing myself to others. I stopped looking at the mirror and saying, “What an ugly thing.” The thing is, I stopped hating who I am.

So go on. Call me names. Spread false things about me. Break my trust and kick me to the ground. Hurt me. Go on. But you know what? You can’t break me. You will never have the capability of breaking me. I will fucking stand up and kick you where the sun doesn’t shine. Repeatedly. I will fucking stand up and I’m going to put you in your place. And I will make you understand that you have no right to degrade me, or any other person. I stopped hating myself. I started loving who I am.

And I tell you, powerful people love themselves.

anonymous asked:

go die muslim bitch!

Islam is beautiful, and you’re only saying this because you don’t know how wonderful Islam actually is. I really want people to learn more about Islam and see that it is actually a peaceful religion which honours love. Thank you though, I pray that Allah will show you to the right path and I hope you’ll no longer hate others regardless of religion and races. Truly, hatred is poison, it hurts others sure but it also hurts yourself. Stop hating my friend, and start loving. Take care. 

Half the Christians in the US are making the Law an idol and the other half are talking about ethics and morals…where did Jesus go?What happened to Jesus saying love God with all your heart and treat your neighbor as yourself and you will have eternal life? I think we’ve all missed the point. We’ve got to stop hating and start loving. We aren’t called to judge, we are called to LOVE.
—  N.F.P

centerofmyuniverse asked:

Hey you anons leave Sarah and Evan alone! They are so amazing and incredible to have been together for so long and to be closing the distance! You're probably jealous because you've never succeeded at love, but if you wash away the bitterness and start believing, anything can happen! It may be hard, but that is what makes love worth it. If you can handle the distance, fights, money issues, or anything else. Stop hating and start loving! That's what Tumblr is all about!

Thank you!!

I need to start loving myself. I need to stop hating how my face shape is. I can’t change my nose to a cute, small nose. I can’t keep hating how I get a double chin when I don’t keep my chin up high. I can’t change my crooked smile or how you can’t see my eyes when I smile for real. I can’t change how I’ll never have a nice hourglass shape because of how short my waist is. There’s a ton of things I can’t change. And because of how women are told you have to look a certain way to actually be happy and find your special someone, I feel like no one will find these things attractive on me. But I can’t think that way. Why should someone else’s opinion change how happy I am with myself? You know I think I have nice eyes. I think I have really pretty hair. I think I have nicely shaped lips. I can’t change a whole lot about myself but I can learn to love them. Eventually but it takes one thing at a time. One day I’ll like my crooked smile. And once I can do that, maybe I can accept everything else. I’m not fishing for compliments. I’m just angry about how girls have to fight so hard to just love themselves. Screw what people think and how media and other’s try to tell girls how too look. Thanks for that seed you planted in me a long time ago just to breed hate. Please learn to love yourself and find your beauty

xriven asked:

9,15,37,44,50

9:Most embarrassing moment from your high school years?

probably tripping in front of 15,000 people

15:What’s your most favorite part of your personality?

That I can let myself learn and become better- I’ve learned to stop putting energy into hate and to start loving more

37:Small, liberal arts school or public university? Why?

For me personally? Neither. I don’t think I should have gone to college, which most people would probably think is ridiculous and lazy but in the end it’s too much money and too much anxiety when all I really want to do is stuff that I could learn on my own. I’ve taken some great courses but college seems like overkill for my interests.

44:If you could change your natural hair color, would you? To what?

Heck yeah, I’d change it to like navy blue or something

50:Post 5 awesome things about yourself. BRAG AWAY!

OH NO ok ummm

  • I’m finally able to create concepts and draw them from my dreams which is something I’ve always wanted to do
  • I have a lot of awesome friends and 95% of them are on here
  • I have experience in so many different types of art- digital, traditional, music, acting, architecture, stage and costume design… I’m a very artsy person
  • I am like, really good at finding four-leaf clovers
  • ?????????? I’m a black belt that’s a cool thing I guess
3 Things You Need to Stop Telling Yourself If You Want to Lose Weight

“Stop hating yourself for everything you aren’t. Start loving yourself for everything that you are.” ~Unknown

Picture it: You’re out with friends having dinner, then one of them says, “I shouldn’t be eating this. I skipped the gym today.”

Another one replies, “I’m so bad. I’ve been eating out of control all week. I just can’t stop.”

And another one says, “I’m going to have to eat salad for the next couple days to make up for this.”

Does this type of conversation sound familiar to you?

It’s all too familiar to me. I used to be the leader in these conversations, until one day, in the middle of claiming myself the fattest, I actually heard the words coming out of my mouth. And then I listened to everyone else talking negatively about their bodies as if we were competing to see who is the most guilty for eating.

I get it. You want to lose weight. Heck, I want to lose weight. That’s not the problem.

The problem is how we treat ourselves when we decide we need to lose weight. If you’re anything like I used to be, you can be very nasty to yourself in the name of “motivating” yourself to lose weight.

Rather than giving you three tips on losing weight through diet and exercise—because I know you know what to do; you just don’t want to do it all the time—I’m going to share with you the three statements that are getting in your way of losing weight and loving yourself.

1. There is something wrong with me.

I always said this to myself when I could not stop reaching for sweets, even though my stomach was full or I knew I only wanted it because I was bored. There had to be something wrong with me since I didn’t have the willpower to just stop myself.

Are you wondering what’s wrong with you?

Nothing! Stop bad mouthing yourself when you are not able to work out or don’t possess enough fortitude to adhere to your restrictive diet plan.

In case you haven’t noticed, berating yourself never has and never will work to motivate you on your weight loss goals. And as the saying goes, “If you do what you’ve always done you’ll always get what you already got.”

Instead of trash talking yourself to “motivate” you to lose weight, how about you take it easier on yourself?

Yes, you had a donut for breakfast instead of your wheatgrass smoothie or you didn’t get to the gym today. So what?

I now realize that when I “slip up” I can always start anew right where I am, and so can you. Because no matter how much you punish yourself, you can’t feel badly enough to change what happened in the past.

And let’s face it, it hasn’t worked so far, so what do you think is going to change if you continu to do that?

2. I need to wait until I lose the weight.

For a long time, I was waiting to buy new clothes until the scale reached a certain number. My life was on hold until I felt I deserved or earned the right to do all the things I wanted to do.

I recently chose to just accept the weight I am and I bought clothes that make me look and feel good. I was tired of shoving myself into clothes that didn’t fit or waiting to lose weight to fit back into them.

I know I was not alone in this thinking either. Friends, family members, and strangers say this to me all the time, that they are going to do something amazing but they have to lose weight first. Or they will be happy after they lose the weight.

Stop waiting! You don’t know how long it’ll take you to lose the weight, and keep it off. What if it takes you months or years? You don’t deserve to wait that long for nice things. That’s not what life is about.

Instead of waiting that long, celebrate the little wins along the way to encourage yourself to keep going. Take out the good dishes and eat on them, buy a new outfit and feel great in it now, go out on a date, LIVE!

3. They are so beautiful. I’ll never look like that.

While looking at Facebook and Instagram, it’s so easy for me to see celebrities or even strangers and wish I had the body they have.

I’m sure you find yourself comparing your body, and that’s not always a problem. The problem occurs when you start using someone else’s body as a standard for how your body should look. That’s not fair and is actually an insult to your body.

You don’t have the same physique as they do. You can’t make your body look like theirs if that’s not how your body frame is set up.

If you are comparing yourself to someone who has an hourglass figure and you have more of a pear shape, there is just no way you are going to have the shape they have. You are just setting yourself up for a huge disappointment.

My celebrity standard was Beyonce. I wanted to have the flat stomach and curves in all the right places, but after a few months, I realized I don’t have the desire or dedication to do all the work it takes to look like that. That’s part of her job, and it’s certainly not my job to look like her.

Eventually, I realized that what I really wanted was to tone up what I already had. That is more attainable. And now, I compare myself to how I was a few months ago and celebrate the small and steady progress I am making.

If you still want to compare, then start with where you are right now and compare your eating now to how it was before you started eating healthier.

Don’t go back to ten/twenty years ago and ogle and get upset because you weren’t able to stay that size. You and your body have changed. It happens. Set a new barometer and watch your progress from now until you get to where you want to be.

Berating yourself, waiting to do nice things for yourself, and comparing yourself are not what you want to do when you want to lose weight and feel better about yourself.

Focusing on what you like about yourself, treating yourself to something special every now and then, and giving up comparisons is the way to a healthier and happier you.

Woman on a scale image via Shutterstock

About ChaChanna Simpson

ChaChanna Simpson is a Speaker, Body Acceptance Coach & Host of A Stellar Day with ChaChanna podcast where she teaches women how to love their bodies no matter their size or shape, and accept the beautiful body they are in right now. To download a free copy of ChaChann’s ebook 3 Simple Ways to Start Loving Your Body Now click here.

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3 Things You Need to Stop Telling Yourself If You Want to Lose Weight

“Stop hating yourself for everything you aren’t. Start loving yourself for everything that you are.” ~Unknown

Picture it: You’re out with friends having dinner, then one of them says, “I shouldn’t be eating this. I skipped the gym today.”

Another one replies, “I’m so bad. I’ve been eating out of control all week. I just can’t stop.”

And another one says, “I’m going to have to eat salad for the next couple days to make up for this.”

Does this type of conversation sound familiar to you?

It’s all too familiar to me. I used to be the leader in these conversations, until one day, in the middle of claiming myself the fattest, I actually heard the words coming out of my mouth. And then I listened to everyone else talking negatively about their bodies as if we were competing to see who is the most guilty for eating.

I get it. You want to lose weight. Heck, I want to lose weight. That’s not the problem.

The problem is how we treat ourselves when we decide we need to lose weight. If you’re anything like I used to be, you can be very nasty to yourself in the name of “motivating” yourself to lose weight.

Rather than giving you three tips on losing weight through diet and exercise—because I know you know what to do; you just don’t want to do it all the time—I’m going to share with you the three statements that are getting in your way of losing weight and loving yourself.

1. There is something wrong with me.

I always said this to myself when I could not stop reaching for sweets, even though my stomach was full or I knew I only wanted it because I was bored. There had to be something wrong with me since I didn’t have the willpower to just stop myself.

Are you wondering what’s wrong with you?

Nothing! Stop bad mouthing yourself when you are not able to work out or don’t possess enough fortitude to adhere to your restrictive diet plan.

In case you haven’t noticed, berating yourself never has and never will work to motivate you on your weight loss goals. And as the saying goes, “If you do what you’ve always done you’ll always get what you already got.”

Instead of trash talking yourself to “motivate” you to lose weight, how about you take it easier on yourself?

Yes, you had a donut for breakfast instead of your wheatgrass smoothie or you didn’t get to the gym today. So what?

I now realize that when I “slip up” I can always start anew right where I am, and so can you. Because no matter how much you punish yourself, you can’t feel badly enough to change what happened in the past.

And let’s face it, it hasn’t worked so far, so what do you think is going to change if you continu to do that?

2. I need to wait until I lose the weight.

For a long time, I was waiting to buy new clothes until the scale reached a certain number. My life was on hold until I felt I deserved or earned the right to do all the things I wanted to do.

I recently chose to just accept the weight I am and I bought clothes that make me look and feel good. I was tired of shoving myself into clothes that didn’t fit or waiting to lose weight to fit back into them.

I know I was not alone in this thinking either. Friends, family members, and strangers say this to me all the time, that they are going to do something amazing but they have to lose weight first. Or they will be happy after they lose the weight.

Stop waiting! You don’t know how long it’ll take you to lose the weight, and keep it off. What if it takes you months or years? You don’t deserve to wait that long for nice things. That’s not what life is about.

Instead of waiting that long, celebrate the little wins along the way to encourage yourself to keep going. Take out the good dishes and eat on them, buy a new outfit and feel great in it now, go out on a date, LIVE!

3. They are so beautiful. I’ll never look like that.

While looking at Facebook and Instagram, it’s so easy for me to see celebrities or even strangers and wish I had the body they have.

I’m sure you find yourself comparing your body, and that’s not always a problem. The problem occurs when you start using someone else’s body as a standard for how your body should look. That’s not fair and is actually an insult to your body.

You don’t have the same physique as they do. You can’t make your body look like theirs if that’s not how your body frame is set up.

If you are comparing yourself to someone who has an hourglass figure and you have more of a pear shape, there is just no way you are going to have the shape they have. You are just setting yourself up for a huge disappointment.

My celebrity standard was Beyonce. I wanted to have the flat stomach and curves in all the right places, but after a few months, I realized I don’t have the desire or dedication to do all the work it takes to look like that. That’s part of her job, and it’s certainly not my job to look like her.

Eventually, I realized that what I really wanted was to tone up what I already had. That is more attainable. And now, I compare myself to how I was a few months ago and celebrate the small and steady progress I am making.

If you still want to compare, then start with where you are right now and compare your eating now to how it was before you started eating healthier.

Don’t go back to ten/twenty years ago and ogle and get upset because you weren’t able to stay that size. You and your body have changed. It happens. Set a new barometer and watch your progress from now until you get to where you want to be.

Berating yourself, waiting to do nice things for yourself, and comparing yourself are not what you want to do when you want to lose weight and feel better about yourself.

Focusing on what you like about yourself, treating yourself to something special every now and then, and giving up comparisons is the way to a healthier and happier you.

Woman on a scale image via Shutterstock

About ChaChanna Simpson

ChaChanna Simpson is a Speaker, Body Acceptance Coach & Host of A Stellar Day with ChaChanna podcast where she teaches women how to love their bodies no matter their size or shape, and accept the beautiful body they are in right now. To download a free copy of ChaChann’s ebook 3 Simple Ways to Start Loving Your Body Now click here.

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tangina, eh ano kung nag babasa ako ng jehova’s books at ikaw ang christian leader ko? maayos padin ang spiritual level ko sa buhay ko. fuck religions, gumagawa ka ng hatred towards sa mga jehovas witness, kaya mas gusto kong walang religion eh, hatreds lang pinapairal nyo i would stuck myself in the middle and point my middlefinger at you. im a multi religious guy so fuck stop making hate and start love..

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