Open Letter

An Open Letter on Harry and Meghan – by Joe Plumb

Ditch the Label author Joe Plumb writes about how important it is to believe someone’s mental health journey I think we can all agree that the news recently has caused a lot of negativity and some ways opinions have been expressed have shocked us all. Social media has been pretty grim since the Harry &

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An Open Letter on Unity

We live in a strange time, where we have never seemed so far apart from one another. It seems like there is nothing that will bring us together at the moment, not vaccines, not lockdowns, and certainly not politics.  Today, the world will tune in to watch the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,

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The World is Changing, and So Are We

For almost a decade, we have been there to support young people from across the globe. We’ve been a confidante, a counsellor and an advocate for change. What started as a 15 year old’s dream to change the world has become a lifeline for young people across the globe. From 2019 to 2020, over 5

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6 Things Every Influencer Needs to Know: an Open Letter

Sometimes it’s lonely at the top. Especially when people assume that being an online influencer consists mainly of adoring fans, exclusive launches and dream brand partnerships. Recent Ditch the Label research shows that 67% of us care about being popular online and it’s no surprise when the life of an influencer is seemingly perfect from

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“To you, if you are #MeToo” – An open letter from Najwa Zebian 

Yesterday thousands of people took to Twitter to join the #MeToo conversation in an attempt to unveil the extent of sexual assault across the world. Hitting back at how rape culture has been normalised, people’s eyes were finally opened to the magnitude of the problem. But, whilst it is absolutely essential that people speak out,

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An Open Letter to The People I Bullied

This is an open letter to everyone that I’ve hurt in the past to say that I’m sorry and to help you better understand why I bullied you I have chosen to stay anonymous because I’m scared of the potential repercussions of posting this under my real name. I guess we always had a lot

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An Open Letter to The Girls Who Bullied Me

I was 14. You were both a year older. Every time you saw me for a year you told me I was ugly. Those were the only words you ever said to me – “You’re so ugly”. You could not have known my dad told me I was fat almost as frequently. I doubt you’d

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