James T. Robilotta
January 23, 2017 by James Robilotta 3 Comments
Hacked By Imam with Love
January 25, 2017 at 8:17 pm
I personally love this article because I too, have compared myself to Instagram models. I got a chance to meet you at Kennesaw State University at an RA retreat (where we took some amazing selfies!) but ever since then you have inspired me! This article hits home for me because I have to realize that I wasn’t made to be a size 2. Im wasn’t made with Kylie Jenners lips and Nicki Minaj’s hips. But I am a beautiful girl….. as long as I believe it and live my life the way I want without care then it’ll make me just that much more happy whether or not the people on my Snapchat or ig like my pix or videos!
January 25, 2017 at 10:38 pm
My life has had it’s ups and downs like everyone’s I’m assuming. Would I change it to be better than the next person? No but I would and have changed it to be a better me. There will be happiness followed by not so happy. Such is life. Life is good when we realize what makes us tick, what gets us moving, and what makes up happy. Create a plan, stick with it, and alter the course when you need to be better.
January 27, 2017 at 7:09 pm
James- I really appreciate your honesty in this. I’ve contemplated deleting social media for this exact reason that I constantly compare myself and feel like I’m not doing enough. But I like how you positioned it as showing your ‘coping’ and not just a highlight reel. Love you, my friend!
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