& # 39; You can be beautiful in any size & # 39 ;: mummy blogger Constance Hall is posing in her underwear as she shares a gripping message with her & # 39; bullies & # 39;
She has spoken against bullying in the past, and Constance Hall is now all trying to support a bullying campaign.
The 35-year-old mummy blogger took Friday to Instagram and placed an image of herself in her underwear and a white T-shirt with the word & # 39; hero & # 39; on it.
The tattooed mother noticed how she and her husband Denim were going to pose for the photo, but decided to do it alone – all to make a devastating point.
& # 39; They make you feel alone & # 39 ;: mummy blogger Constance Hall, 35, posing in her underwear as she shares a gripping message with her & # 39; bullies & # 39;
& # 39; Auguste The Label asked me to be part of their anti-bullying campaign. I also had a (a T-shirt) for Denim, and we went together to take a nice photo … because we are both embarrassed and passionate about bullying, & she wrote the image.
& # 39; But the fact that you are being bullied is that they make you feel alone, as nobody understands – even if I understand that and I have all of you on my team. Many victims report to me, and this one goes to * Yasmin who sent me a message last week, & she wrote while calling out a fan.
& # 39; (Yasmin) said she is a size 14 and called non-stop fat at school and should feel that she is all alone in this world.
Held: Constance made the moving point of taking the selfie alone when she said that being bullied makes you feel alone, as no one understands & # 39;
& # 39; First of all, you can be absolutely beautiful in any size, the closer you come to realizing the angrier your bullies will be.
& # 39; Second, you are not alone, far from alone. There is a whole community here dedicated to prove that and be there for you. And now one of the most popular clothing labels in our country, & she concluded and added the hashtag #augusteagainstbullying.
It comes after Constance has revealed that her plague camps are starting to infiltrate the most unlikely audience – men.
The blogger went to Instagram last month to reveal that men had started paying attention to what she had to say.
Wide appeal: last month Constance revealed that she had been talking about bullying on a fundraiser and the crowd was full of men
Constance revealed that she had talked about bullying earlier in the day on a fundraiser and that the crowd was full of boys.
& # 39; It was a Brighton lunch and not my usual crowd, it was an older, upper class crowd with many men. Derryn Hinch was there, & she wrote.
She then gave a detailed overview of the topics she raised during her undoubtedly inspiring speech.
& # 39; I have spoken about my experiences, about bullies and shame as the currency in which they act, about how toxic the shame is and our defense against shame, empathy, & # 39; she continued.
Cut: Constance revealed the high point for her, but just discovered how much her words meant to the people in the crowd – especially the men
& # 39; Bullies disconnect their victims from their social environment and empathy reconnects them. & # 39;
However, the blogger revealed her peak by simply discovering how much her words meant to the people in the crowd.
& # 39; A man in a very expensive-looking suit, someone I embarrassed to admit that I would usually reject as someone with whom I have nothing in common, approached me, tears streaming down his face and he said words.
& # 39; I am bullied, I have considered suicide, and I am determined to empathize to save humanity. Thank you, Constance. & # 39; They cared. & # 39;
Queen: Constance Hall (photo) spoke frankly about her experiences and the importance of & # 39; kindness & # 39; at a fundraiser last month
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