For all the beautiful tall girls and the problems we have to endure. Through all the teasing, feeling out of place & short hems, I'm finally coming to a point where I realized that there's nothing wrong with being a little different. People still try to tear me down about it but there will always be people doing that. These problems are mostly to make you laugh & go "OH MY GOD. THAT'S MY LIFE." But this is more than just a place to share each other's problems. It's a support group where we encourage girls to see the beauty within them (so play nice, ladies). Ask me anything & feel free to submit!
"You're only as tall as your heart will let you be and you're only as small as the world will make you seem."
Before you explore this blog and come to the conclusion that it only highlights the negative parts of being tall, I should tell you that it does not, not anymore. When I started this blog, I was still coming to terms with my own height. I saw that there was short girl problems, white girl problems, every other group seemed to be represented. It wasn’t until after I created this blog that I realized what a sensitive subject this is for girls who hadn’t quite come to terms with their own height yet. This blog was originally created as an outlet for tall girls, to complain. Over the last year, I have read stories from real girls just like me who had a lot more confidence than I. They were not insecure about their height or worried about finding a guy their height. I’m not even going to lie, this blog is the main reason I’m so comfortable with my height. It has inspired me the same way it has inspired some of you. It gives me hope that one day I will be among the prideful tall women in this world. This blog has become so much more than a place to rant. This blog has become a support group and a place where tall girls can let other tall girls know that they are not alone and they are so much bigger than what they have let their insecurities turn them into. As I said before, I’m not the most confident person in the world. I’m only 17, I’m still surrounded by other teenagers who haven’t accepted my height. But I’m at the point where, as corny as it may sound, I’m tired of letting others define me. Tall girl problems goes is so much greater than a blog on tumblr. It’s a revolution.
I seriously hate for people to think that this blog is purely negative. It’s not. Everyone has problems, why isn’t it negative when they share their’s? I love this blog and what it has become. It would have never been the support group it is now without its followers. Thanks girls :)