Furthermore, on this blog, you get to see a preview of our boxing photoshoot that's going to go into our summer advertisement campaign.
Think about such a message. When I was a junior higher, and my parents were going through an awful divorce, I was an uncool kid. I felt and was at times blamed for their failure of their marriage and the atomization of our family. As a teenager, I could hardly bear such projected and unmerited blame, but nonetheless, the weight of it all shattered my self-image. So much so, I was bullied, isolated, and made to feel one of the most awful feelings no human being should ever be subjected to: No one wants me. Sadly, the message from your heart and spirit, articulated in your interview, sanctions and legitimizes and perpetuates such a message.
Although those times have passed, I find it heavy on my soul that I may have promoted or am promoting the inculcation of such an evil. If you, in your personal life, have been wounded by such rejection, cruelty, and the insecurity of others, then I ask, you carefully consider how your “strategy” slowly acclimatizes a society into accepting the bullying, mistreatment, and alienation of the weak, marginalized, and poor.