I'm Cole. Everyone is welcome here. I don't judge people. It blurs out the center of my attention.
This Channel is about unconditional ℓღνє, You don’t have to like everyone, but you should ℓღνє everyone. ♥☮ Please support the #NOH8Campaign. Be kind to one another, because most of us are fighting a hard battle. When I was a little I was called a “weirdo” all the time. Because I didn’t like sports. I loved to read. I liked math and science. And it hurt a lot. Because it’s never okay when a person makes fun of you for something you didn’t choose. We don’t choose to be nerds. We can’t help it that we like these things and we shouldn’t apologize for liking these things. There’s nothing wrong with that. I wish that I could tell you that there’s a really easy way to just not care, but the truth is, it hurts. But here’s the thing that you might be able to understand. As a matter of fact, I’m confident you’ll be able to understand this. When a person makes fun of you, when a person’s cruel to you, it has nothing to do with you. It’s not about what you said, it’s not about what you did, it’s not about what you love. It’s about them feeling bad about themselves. They feel sad. They don’t get positive attention from their parents. They don’t feel as smart as you. They don’t understand the things that you understand. Maybe one of their parents is really pushing them to be a cheerleader or a baseball player or engineer or something they just don’t want to do. So they take that out on you because they can’t go and be mean to the person who’s actually hurting them. So, when a person is cruel to you like that, I know that this is hard, but honestly, the kind and best reaction is to pity them. And don’t let them make you feel bad because you love a thing. Maybe find out what they like and talk about it, how they love it. I’ll bet you find out that a person who loves tether ball, loves tether ball exactly the same way that you like Doctor Who. But you just love different things. And I will tell you this, it absolutely gets better as you get older. I know it’s really hard when you’re in school and you’re surrounded by the same 400 people a day that pick on you and make you feel bad about yourself. But there was 129,000 people at Comic-Con a 4 day city wide event in Vancouver this past March who went through the exact same thing and we’re all doing really well. Don’t you ever let a person make you feel bad because you love something they decided is something only for nerds. Your loving thing is for you :)
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