Why you should embrace, connect & support all lifestyles

Being on the Internet:

I think that…
Internet: you’re wrong

I love this…
Internet: I don’t.

Being a mum (as I’m a mum) is like…
Internet: But I’m a dad

I love that film!…
Internet: it was shit.

I’m a single mum of 3…
Internet: you should be married to one man and only have 2.

I believe in same sex marriages…
Internet: GOD HATES ALL GAYS.

I breastfeed…
Internet: so gross, cover up.

Girls/women have periods, have body juices and they FART.
Internet: lies. All lies. DA LIEEZZ!!

My favourite colour is black…
Internet: YOU LOVE THE DEVIL

Cheese is amazing…
Vegan: YOU HATE THE PLANET.

Can people shut the fuck up and realise we are all different in life but thats what makes us the same.

We’re similar in being different.

Fitting in allows you to blend in with everyone else but being unique allows you to be yourself, to be different and to be more creative and to be able to live a life apart from your peers.

I didn’t do anything how I should’ve – my peers did everything ‘right’ and still see each other to this day.
Me on the otherhand, I don’t see anyone from school, did everything backwards and guess what – I’M STILL OK.

I was that one who had no specific crowd.

I was that one who always did things different, still do.

I was that one who ballsed up. Repeatedly.

When you embrace your difference, your DNA, your look or heritage or religion – that’s when you start to shine.

When you accept people have different views, lifestyles and experiences you broaden your own knowledge and lessen your ignorance.

When you experience happy or negative feelings those experiences may be big or small but everyone has a different threshold of what they can handle, what is good or bad to them is different to you.

This is why you should embrace, connect & support all lifestyles

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  1. I have always felt like an outsider, social interaction has always been daunting and awkward. I would love it to be more socially acceptable to be the quiet introvert. Thanks for linking up with #stayclassymama

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  2. I love this. I grew up in an area where you were bullied for being different. As an adult and a mother I’m doing my upmost to teach my girls to celebrate life’s differences and show them they don’t need to “follow the crowd” and fit in. Great post.
    #StayClassyMama

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