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My name is Monica and I want to talk to you.
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Our deepest fear is...
resisted:

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seasonsnob:

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It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than it is to tell them you’re hurt.
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grett:

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Don’t be so hard on yourself! It’s not going to help anything, I promise, I’ve learned the hard way. Be gentle and forgiving to yourself and learn to accept yourself. You are worthy of love. You are worthy of respect. You deserve to be happy.
Me, Reflection on Part One (of The Buddha Walks into a Bar)

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Anonymous said: dear friend, standards of beauty are so wrong. everyone is beautiful and i think it's sad how society tries to teach us otherwise. anyway last night i went to my friends for a small get together. we just ended up sitting on the floor chatting till 2am. i am so tired and i have to go out again tonight! we're all going away to university and travelling so we're trying to spend as much time together as possible, i will miss them all so much! love always charlie xx

Dear Charlie,

It really is so wrong to tell people there is something wrong with them just because they’re not average. Human race needs to get over this silly point of view.

It sucks that you and your friends are going different ways but I hope you will keep in touch and it is great that you are trying to spend as much time together as possible. Have fun tonight :)

Always yours,
Monica

Anonymous said: dear friend, i'm just feeling a massive pressure to lose weight and be skinny. my mum is always on at me about dieting. i want to be healthier but i don't need to lose weight. i am mostly happy with myself but some days its hard, especially when you're in a changing room and the dress you're trying on won't even go over your bum! i think i'm more annoyed i haven't got a dress for the party yet, my friend said we have to dress up fancy! xx

Dear Charlie,

This pressure you’re talking about really exists and it is all because because of society’s standarts, but in my opinion it’s all wrong. If you feel comfortable with your body, don’t let anyone or anything make you think otherwise. I really hope you have found the right dress and if not, don’t feel too bad about it. :) I’m sure you will have great fun at the party anyway.

Always yours,
Monica

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Destiny is not a matter of chance; it is a matter of choice. It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.
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