Saturday, May 8, 2010

Tell Her

Just a little something I crafted this week.

Tell her.
Your daughter.
Your sister.
Your friend.
Your niece.
Any little girl you know.
Any teenage girl too.

Tell Her.


sol123 said...

WOW! I literally shed a tear....Hi Arielle my name is Soledad and I´ve been visiting both your blogs since December. I´ve been recovered for 2 years now, after suffering from anorexia for 10. And I treasure every single word you say, every video you post, you´re an incredible person and I admire you very much for what you do. I feel very lucky to have found your blog.....keep it up!

Lou Lou said...

hey love, just wanted to say im thinking of you, and this sounds tricky, just know we are alwasy here to listen and support you and it is always helpful t know what you experience as I can relate to so much of it.
xx (also have a look at my recent post about a retreat!)

Lou Lou said...

hey arielle!
your an absolute star, hey check my recent post id love some feedback from you, and if you think it would be something youd like to do, or have any ideas on how things could roll smoothly and well. x lou (i know you run a support group so any ideas r welcome at all!)

Arielle Bair (Becker) said...

Soledad - Thank you! So glad you are liking the blogs. I appreciate the kind words so much.

Lou Lou- Thanks, doll. The video is just a message I wanted to share with others... I don't feel no one has told me those things. I am just spreading the important message for young girls. They don't hear that stuff enough! And yes, I will head to your blog later on to check out your posts. :)

Kia said...

This video... that's just GREAT.

Cammy said...

Beautiful, Arielle, that got some tears from me too.

Anonymous said...

No one has ever said something like this to me.
Maybe because I'm not like this.
Maybe because I never let someone to say me something like this - as if it's true, it's the proof that I've mistaken everything.


Arielle Bair (Becker) said...

J. - If no one has ever told you any of these things, it has nothing to do with you. It is simply a shame they have not told you. I promise you, you are these things and more.

imaginenamaste said...

That is absolutely beautiful. I mentor a young girl and we have talked about how beauty is inside and out. One day she came up to me and goes, "you know what, I'm pretty awesome, pretty, smart, and beautiful." I adore this child and I hope that she continues this attitude for the rest of her life.

Israel Reader said...

Cute quote I got from a friend:
'Scales only have the power which we bestow upon them. Imagine if I said, ‘My self-worth is determined by the toaster'.

Sia Jane said...

I love you.
I really do ;)