Girls & Hate

So recently a few things have happened that made me feel quite down and upset, and its something I feel quite strong about and I know many girls will relate to - so I decided to blog it and would love to also hear your stories.
Something that's been an issue and I'm sure others, my whole life is other girls being mean and hating for no reason other than the fact their either jealous or threatened - lets face it we all know this is the reason other girls act like this. You would think it stops at school but no matter what age you are, these things don't stop.

As girls I think we get enough from guys treating us bad, talking about women disrespectfully, we should all be sticking together not hating on one another for nothing.

I've always put on a front with things and act like I don't care what anyone says, but I'm only human, it does get to me sometimes.

I'm very petite and small, & people tend to always compliment this, but because of my frame, body, etc, (I'm not being big headed), girls will be unnessarily horrible to me or say things to try put me down.
Girls also love to tell me is to eat more. I find it really offensive and rude - you wouldn't say it to a larger person, so why is it okay to say it to a smaller person?

I'm healthy, I go gym sometimes, and i'm naturally small. It's sad that I even need to justify it. I'm confident within myself and if someone is happy with themselves why try and put them down..
Moral to the story ....


People are going to judge you no matter what, and say things whether your doing good or bad  .. but if you love yourself you will always rise above it.

Have you had any bad experiences with girls?


S x

16 comments

  1. You can never ever escape haters, they are everywhere lurking in every corner and more than ready to pounce on you with their so-called opinions. As long as you are able to distinguished between hateful remarks and genuine concerns then you have nothing to worry about. You do you and I think you're fine the way you are. xx

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  2. Such a true post! We need love love and empower each other <3

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  5. This!! Thank you for a very honest post - I feel the same! Girls are already under "attack" for being girls, so we really need to stick with each other!

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    1. Yeah we do, no need to hate for nothing :) S x

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  6. I definitely think girls hating on other girls is reducing, but god it's still such a massive issue. I remember being terrified of the older girls in school and what they'd say or not say, just by the way they looked at you. Girls should be building eachother up and uniting - enough with this constant comparison culture we have. Great post - it's so good to discuss these kind of issues :)

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    1. Aww, yeah it was definiately worse at school but we can handle it better as we get older, thanks :) S x

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  7. I think girls are the worst for it tbh! I just wish everyone could get on or at least be mutual, it's crazy how much girls judge but we all have our own insecurities! x

    Hannatalks

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    1. Yeah we really are, exactly and most of the time that's why they hate, S x

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  8. ha.. I'm glad you don't take those comments to personal. Most of the time what others have to say about you says more about themselves and the way they feel.
    It's ok for people to have body preferences but never to hate others and try to make them feel uncomfortable because they do not correspond to what we prefer. Then there are just he insecure girls that need to learn to love themselves. Just kill them with kindness and know your beautiful :)
    xo
    Sauniya | Find Your Bliss ♡

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    1. Aww thanks, true I agree, it's mostly because they feel insecure within themselves so they put others down, S x

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  9. I think its part of the life someone hating....just don't let it get to you ;)

    Laura
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