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all of you inspirers, inspired, dreamers, leaders, and solvers, this is for you. you won't regret joining. repost this with the tag #tedxyouthphilly .

remember, link is here:

http://tedxyouthphilly.squarespace.com/
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Guys I'm surprised to say that we have a tie for the follower of the week. So the winners r Hinagiku Katsura and Viharika Pasupuleti. Congrats!!
And if u didn't win this contest don't worry another contest will be coming up😉. Thank u to those who all paricipated.

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Today at precisely 10 am I will announce who the winner is for follower of the week! So any last minute likes,comments, and follows go ahead cuz u only got till 10am United States Maryland time.

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In spirit of my reason post I've decided to create a follower of the week. So how this works is I post and whoever +1's, follows, and or comments the most by the end of the week will get a shoutout to 3 communities, my friends, and the public. I will try to keep this going as long as I can but if I don't update every week plzz forgive me!:( so the competition starts now and ends Friday! Good luck!!

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I've shared this before in the past, but I loved this comic strip enough to feel like resharing this again.

When it comes to dealing with eating disorders, a large amount of people are like Sarah. (Despite the name, eating disorders can happen to any genders.) Because of her size, apparently she 'doesn't have an eating disorder' and people overlook the fact that she's skipping meals. Additionally, body shaming comments happens even from her 'friends'. Although technically Jane didn't save Sarah's life, since Sarah is the one who saves herself, Jane does support Sarah enough for Sarah to overcome her eating disorder.

It's important to know that besides being a supportive friend like Jane was here in this comic strip, eating disorders can happen to anyone of any size. Ignoring the problem won't help either, and shaming someone of having an eating disorder isn't respectable.
Stigma against mental illnesses isn't cool.

Source: finally-finding-my-wonderland.tumblr.com

- Darling, You'll be okay
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