One Direction has released a new album and one of their songs “Little Things” is raising a lot of controversy. Some people think that it’s cute and it makes the popular boy band even more lovable but others think that it points out a girl’s flaws too much. What do you think? Does this song help build self esteem? Or tear it down? Sound off in the comment section below!
I hope you’re all doing well.
I would like to apologize for a lack of posts on here. I’ve really let life get in the way and that’s no excuse. Over the past couple months I’ve been trying to get acclimated to college life but now the semester is almost over and I have two breaks coming up I’ve decided it’s time to get back into this cause full force.
I also must admit that a lack on interest has kept me from pursuing things and posting more often but I refuse to let that get in the way. It’s not about the numbers, but the individuals. I’m sorry I didn’t embrace that mindset sooner.
I hope you won’t hold our lack of activity against us. I assure you, the best is yet to come.
We think that this blog would benefit a lot from personal stories of cyberbullying and stories of when people have made you smile and helped you build a better self image. So send them in! You can email us your stories at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please no profanity.
Words are powerful things. Sadly, there are times when people forget how much power they truly posses. When people misuse words they run the risk of deeply hurting others. Cyberbullying can be just that, a misuse of words that ends up hurting people. Currently the issue of cyberbullying is a hot topic around the world. For some reason sitting in front of a computer makes people feel powerful and they use that power to hurt others. The popularity of social media is a major part of this issue. We , L and V, decided to use social media for good by creating “Think Before You Type”. Our goal is not only to help stop cyberbullying but also to help people build positive self images by using encouraging words. Lately, the emphasis has been on how bad people can make others feel but we want to also focus on how easy it is to make others feel good with kind words. We hope that you will join us in the fight against cyberbullying and our fight for positive self images. People need to remember that they can use words for good as well as evil and we want them to simply, think before they type.