If you’re feeling down or going through a rough time I guarantee I can make you smile for a minute. Reblog this and I’ll try my best to make your day a little better, no matter how many reblogs this gets, you deserve it. xo
I will go on everyones blog, i will look at your posts, your blog type, your pictures of yourself if you happen to have any, and anything else. I will look through it and i will put in your ask a description as if you were a character in a book.. How i would describe you from my own personal opinion.
Likes wont count just reblogs
(it will not be on anon so you will know it’s me)
..starting this Feb 4th and i will do them every time i go online no matter how many notes
Adolescence can be one of the most exciting times, full of adventure and new friends. It also can be incredibly hard. You’re encountering so many new things, but you don’t have the experience to know that most problems will work out fine in the end.
I hate to burst your bubble about all the wonderful Dove RealBeauty Campaigns, but - spoiler alert - Dove Owns Axe.
You may not be as shocked as I was, but I was! I learned about this at a conference and I was basically heartbroken - the one good company, doing good for women, were hypocrites. Yes it hurt. Even though I still love the Dove campaigns, I see them differently of course and don’t take them seriously anymore. After hearing I noticed all the little flaws they produced that you can soon read about when I post it, but I guess there’s two parts to this. Yes, Dove is still good to show your daughter, sister or student - because it’s basically one of the only good examples in media we have sadly (that’s sort of a lie), but hey, remember what media’s there for - to make money.
At the conference they told me, ’These media companies are sharks - they want your money. They don’t care about your children, your families, you, your troubles, they only want your money.’ They were right, but can’t I just be naive and believe there’s still some good in the world?
The other part to this is a lesson you can teach these girls - and guys. Don’t believe everything you see on TV or ads, and I don’t just mean ‘don’t believe an image ins’t photo-shopped’, I mean, you can’t trust what the media tells us, be cautious and be aware of what you’re watching and be able to spot what’s real and what’s not.