This is a letter to the young woman reading this right now who feels alone at school.

To the young woman who feels ganged up on beyond her control by a certain "click" in school.

To the young woman who feels like she's too big, too small, too weird, or too ugly.

You can't see it right now, but I promise you that one day soon, you will realize that this stage of your life is only temporary.

You can't see it right now, but growing up in a public school setting makes you believe that you are defined by what bullies try to make you believe that you are. You are not any of those things.

I promise you. You are not any of those negative things that your head tells you that you are. I know it's hard to believe, and I know you're overthinking and thinking you're not good enough, but you are. You're MORE than enough.

You are simply going through the motions of middle and high school. Though sometimes it is not fun (trust me, I've been there), it's still a prerequisite for growth before we find out who we really are. It's hard right now, I get it. It's confusing right now, I get it. But please understand, these feelings are temporary. You have so much more to look forward to as you get older as you start to understand bullies do not define you.

Let me tell you something. You won't understand this yet, but your 'flaws' that you think you have right now are one day going to make you unique. People are attracted to unique. People LOVE other people who aren't afraid to be their quirky, weird, or confident selves. I promise you that one day, those 'flaws' you think you have are going to be the same flaws that make your friends or partners fall in love with you.

When it snows (and everybody says how beautiful the world looks as if we're in a snow globe), what do you think makes us think the snow looks so beautiful? It's the unique snowflakes. No two are the same. In fact, every single one of them is different in size and shape, yet no matter which one falls on your hand, it's beautiful.

Beauty comes in so many shapes and sizes. Just because you look different than your friend doesn't mean you're any less beautiful. In fact, if you look different to me, you're even more beautiful.

If you're a girly right now who's getting bullied in school and feels like there's no light at the end of the tunnel, I promise you you're almost on the other side. Remember that bullies only bully because of their own insecurities on the inside. You are different. You are a unique snowflake who has so much to offer the world if you don't let the mean girls win.

Thank you to one of my biggest supporters, eight-year-old Amelia, whose mama messaged me while I was on air the other day to let me know her daughter was having the worst day of her life due to getting bullied in school. Thank you for allowing me to use my platform to remind our next generation of powerful women that they don't need to blow out another person's light to make their's shine brighter.

Once I heard about Amelia's story, I had to re-direct it for her. Keep shining sweet girl, and thank you for listening to Krissy In The Morning. I'll continue to use my platform to remind women that we're way better when we lift each other up rather than tearing each other down.

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On a personal note, as a constant target for bullying growing up, I see you, I feel you, and I understand what you're going through. It gets better as you keep growing into yourself, and if you want or need to talk about any of your feelings with somebody whose been through it themselves and came out on top, please message me!

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