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  1. Jessie says:

    You are such an inspiration to everyone. I wish i could be you. You are so beautiful.

  2. Gabby says:

    you help people who feel like they are not beautiful. When i read about you, you made me fell beautiful. I always thought i was a little pretty. But not as pretty as my aunt. But now i know that i am beautiful becuase god made me that way. Thank you.

  3. Bianca says:

    well i think ure an insoeration and i call u my bestfriend even though i dont know u and i love u no homo and your gorgeus

  4. Kiara Winfield says:

    Hi, My name is Kiara Winfield…I ant obesity to STOP pepole in the world are getting BULLIED almost everyday some pepole REGRET on what the say I feel that in my life I get BULLIED to by getting called PHAT you are a pretty young girl… And dont let the words PHAT,STUPID,UGLY,. Get passed you are the most Pretty girl Iv’e see….DO WHAT YOU LOVE BEST….

    My school that I go to now is trying to get rid of BULLING and OBEITY. I got to (Hillside Elmentray School District 93…

    I live in Hillside, Illonois 60162

    Sincrley, Kiara Winfield

  5. calista says:

    i think u r an amazing girl

  6. Hannah says:

    Why are people sooo mean? i’m in 7th grade and people say so manny horrible things. sometimes i think i should just get home schooled does anybody know what i mean? i honestly dot know anymore…

    • I aree with that Hannah WHY ARE PEOLE MEAN because they don’t have a life… i learned that today when i had to sign this paper about bulling harrasst meant i have too ament i am a bully to im nto going to lie

    • Zoey James says:

      I am also in the 7th grade, many girls in our grade put us down, make fun of us, and even use us. These are all resons I left my old school for my new one. I have experenced great things and had a lot of fun. And yes, I do believe that I should just be home schooled, I do. Sorry that I have not been on here before and seen this page, honestly it had helped me a bunch. Ally’s story has inspired me to be nicer to people and stand up for the ones being bullied. I hope you figured out what you wanted to do. Please stand up for those you see getting bullied, also tell an adult.
      Love <3 , Zoey

  7. Zoey James says:

    I hope that all the girls on this site spread its word. Thank you Ally for you story, I saw it in a Scope I was reading today. Also, I wanted to know if you had any advise on 8th grade since you are 14 or 15, I cant remember.Knowing that girls can be mean, me and my friends are thinking about starting a group to help bullied kids and I was wondering if you think it would be a good idea.
    <3 , Zoey

    • Anonomys says:

      i know I dont have any say in this but i think it is an amazing idea helping people who get bullied is a great thing to do

    • Audrey says:

      I think you should definatly go for it, Zoey! I think a group to help support those who have been bullied is a fantastic way to healthily create lasting friendships and bonds, which is what i believe bullies are trying to do by making fun of people like us– they feel more self esteem and power for making fun of others, which is unhealthy and goes nowhere once theyre older.

  8. Shelley says:

    Hi Ally, I am not one of your peers, I am an old granny, lol…. well not too old. I try to educate my 3 grandchildren (14, 12 & 8). The oldest boy has been overweight since he was young, but lost a lot just this year prior to entering highschool, he is also very handsome & has lots of friends. 12 yr old boy has ADHA, is very tiny due to meds I think. He is the funniest, funnest kid & very popular. The little miracle age 8 is stunningly beautiful , but has a birthmark on her face, which at this young age tries to camouflage even at this young age. She too is a class leader. As you can see, they all could be bullies, or be targets. I am going to get all 3 of them to watch your video & try to get them to discuss it. Hopefully they will be defenders of kids who get bullied. The 12 yr. Old is grandma’s little activist, lol, so should get something going there. You are an amazing young woman. Stay strong, try to get through the pain & take pride in what you are accomplishing with this. I have watched lots of videos, read documents & stories about bullying, but yours really floored me. Great work.

  9. Cathy says:

    Aly, Aly, Aly…….wow. You are such an inspiration. I want to give you a huge hug! I am a mom with 3 grown kids. I, too, was overweight most of my growing years but I never was bullied like you were. I can relate to so many of your feelings, though. My own daughter (who was heavy as a little girl) was shunned by all her friends in 3rd grade and we never understood why. After reading your story and listening to your video, I wonder now if her troubles continued and I wasn’t aware. God, I hope not. She is a grown woman and doing well now but but believe me I am still going to ask her. I was raised in the hippie generation where love and peace were what was important to so many. We need to bring that feeling back, don’t you think? I want to tell you that when I first saw your pictures, I thought….wow, what a gorgeous girl. Absolutely stunning face. Do you know that you have beautiful eyes and your hair is just so pretty. But after reading and listening to your story, I can see that your inner beauty is equally there, and so strong. You are such a fighter. Never give other people the power to control how you feel about yourself, dear girl. I know you know that, but I am saying it anyway because I also forget that fact sometimes for myself. Thank you for creating this site and for the Twitter chats. I wish you more years of strength, growth and continued love from the people who care for you.

  10. Ashley says:

    Hey Ally-

    I just saw your story on CNN. I’m so sorry you have been a victim of bullying, but I’m glad you’re reaching out to others to tell your story. The work you are doing is important – keep it up, lady! 🙂

  11. Nora says:

    Ally — You are an amazing young woman. I wish I could say I am your age, but I’m now 35 and the mother of a little girl of my own. I was bullied by my circle of “friends” as well through 6th grade, attended another school for 7th and 8th, and then came back for high school to all the same insecurities and pain, even though the people were different by then.

    You are beautiful both inside and out, and I am so proud of you for embarking on this journey. Hang in there and keep on speaking for the girls who do not have the confidence to speak for themselves. When my 5 yr old grows up, I hope she turns out like you with the strength to be happy with herself.

  12. Miranda Alumbaugh says:

    You are beautiful inside and out. You are and inspiration to me and everyone out there.

  13. cameron baker says:

    You are beautiful girl I don’t know why you belived what those people said.

  14. Momofseniorgirl says:

    Dear Ally- I ran across your site while looking up on the web how to help teens being bullied when school officials are turning their heads…You are an inspiration as my daughter is going through a lot of what seems to be the same you did and also recently battling depression and anxiety disorder. I am hoping to have her connect with someone like you so that she knows she is not the only one that battles with these things.I will recommend your blog too. Thank you for being an inspiration keep up the good work! Love your blog and openness to mental health I do believe helps so many!

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