"This book is like a cookbook for empowerment - very practical, very easy to read, and totally delicious."
-Nancy Lublin, CEO of DoSomething.org and Founder of Crisis Text Line
"FLAWD is an essential book at an essential time."
- Eric Dawson, Founder of Peace First
"I dare you to read this book and not embrace your flaws, face your fears and feel totally inspired to become the powerful author of your own beautifully flawd life."
- Denise Restauri, Founder and CEO of Forbes' GirlQuake
"No matter religion, race, gender, sexual orientation. We are just people that want to be loved and that want to be happy."
-ProjectCaritas, age 17
"Stop frickin’ hate in this world."
-MeghanProductions, age 16
FLAWD is the book for you if you want to upgrade your relationship with your flaws to one that supports you in shining what you have to offer out into the world.
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"We Stop Hate. You know what it is, oh yeah. All teens coming together, telling their stories and hoping to help everybody around the world."
-CorttneyDunkin, age 18
"So throw these tips in your head and don’t hate on someone, don’t let people lower your self-esteem, just be yourself and see what happens."
-DeeFizzy, age 17
QUOTES culled from the teen-made videos that transformed WeStopHate‘s YouTube channel into a movement - over 1 million video views! - based around the simple idea that "People who feel good about themselves want others to feel the same."
LESSONS from teens around the world that are about encouraging us all to...
HOW TO's that are practical, actionable, fun and will help you to be in a healthy relationship to as much of you as you can.
INSPIRATION that will encourage you to see yourself as plenty good enough and ready to...
"Gleaking is when a jet of saliva shoots out of your mouth, and sometimes onto other people. And it’s really awkward. It’s usually involuntary, but it happens to me all the time. I do a million other things that make me different than everyone else. I just have to embrace it."
-Adri411, age 19
"If I positively use these things I don’t necessarily like about myself, I can make myself better instead of tear myself down."
-JillianLovesFilm, age 16
"FLAWD is essential reading for anyone looking to break the cycles of hate that so deeply impact our lives."
"In a culture where people are consistently told that they are not "good enough," FLAWD is saying, "You are enough.""
FLAWD‘s witty, dynamic stories, and real life advice makes it hard to put down. The thought-provoking content lovingly urges readers to embrace their flaws and live a more empowered life. The world needs more books (and authors) like this!
"FLAWD is a collection of voices from a rising generation. It is a powerhouse reminder that we are called to be lights, not bullies."
"FLAWD is the refreshing response to the pressure to be #flawless. It‘s honest, candid, & supportive to anyone who has ever struggled with feeling like they are not enough. Isn‘t that all of us???"
"FLAWD is an empowering "How To" for not hating yourself. If it‘d been around when I was a teenager, perhaps my adolescence would‘ve been more chic and less bleak!"
"Emily-Anne cares deeply about making each of us feel better about ourselves -flaws and all!
"FLAWD reminds all of us that we are good enough, ready enough and important enough to be a perfectly-flawd light in the world."
"You can‘t be daring and adventurous if you hate yourself. FLAWD is filled with poignant, practical stories and possibilities. Reading it, I felt like I was in a room brimming with new friends, a room filled with kindness and care, and some kickass life hacks."
"On the day that you were born we all had to look away because your beauty was so powerful that if we’d looked directly at you at that perfect moment in time, we would’ve exploded. I would compare your beauty to the biggest plate of bacon and chocolate with a unicorn and a rainbow on top. Unless you’re vegetarian. Which is still beautiful. So keep being beautiful."
-ItsAntoniaWithAnA, age 16
"All the mixture of experiences that you’ve had? You’re the only one that’s had the mixture of those experiences. I mean, that’s something super-valuable."
-AdorianDeck, age 16
This book was inspired by the 100+ teen-made WeStopHate videos. Visit YouTube.com/WeStopHate to check them out for yourself - and be sure to leave a comment!
We all have our own version of the "Not Good Enough" story. These stories have the power to hold us back... or set us free. When approached with respect and compassion, our flawd stories can be turned into our strongest allies. They can even be used as a powerful way of helping others.
FLAWD Talks & Workshops explore courageous sharing as a way of connecting with our worthiness and freeing ourselves from shame. By asking students, "How might the things we hate about ourselves be used to help others?" they are invited to join in the spirit of the teen-led WeStopHate movement and turn their mess into a message!
To learn more contact Jeanne@WeStopHate.org and download The FLAWD Way in Schools PDF.
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"You, right now as you’re [watching] this, you are enough. In this moment, today, tomorrow and forever just as you are."
-TaylorrScreamsRawrr, age 15
"Be proud of who you are. Express yourself through what you’re passionate about. Keep doing it."
-Ricky Dillon, age 17