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Three easy steps to boost your self-esteem as a teen

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Join us on fitsmi radio this Thursday as we talk to Emily-Anne-Rigal, founder of WeStopHate.org.  In this special episode, we're chatting about the three surprising secrets to boosting your self-esteem.  Secrets like finding your passion, dressing for success, and spreading the love.  Everyone can use a feel-good boost, so be sure to tune in this coming Thursday at 3:30 EST.

Emily-Anne Rigal (@Schmiddlebopper – “the girl with the pink headband”) is the 18-year-old founder of WeStopHate.org, a nonprofit program created to raise “teen-esteem” through the power of online videos and social media. WeStopHate defines “teen-esteem" as giving teenagers the confidence to stand up for themselves, while also accepting who they are and not being afraid to show it! WeStopHate has received nearly a million video views on YouTube has impacted the lives of over 100,000 teens around the world. For more information on Emily-Anne, visit EmilyAnneRigal.com.