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Below are quotes from many inspiring females who have had a great impact on the world.

  • “If you are always trying to be normal, you’ll never know how amazing you can be.” – Maya Angelou
  • “The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” – Amelia Earhart
  • “If you really want to fly, just harness your power to your passion.” – Oprah.
  • “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.
  • “We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back. We call upon our sisters around the world to be brave – to embrace the strength within themselves and realize their full potential.” – Malala Yousafzai
  • “We can do no great things, only small things with great love.” – Mother Teresa
  • “If you want something said, ask a man; if you want something done, ask a woman.” – Margaret Thatcher
  • “There are two ways of spreading light. To be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.” – Edith Wharton
  • “I never dreamed about success. I worked for it.” – Estée Lauder
  • “No matter how plain a woman may be, if truth and honesty are written across her face, she will be beautiful.”- Eleanor Roosevelt
  • “Happiness and confidence are the prettiest things you can wear.” – Taylor Swift
  • “The question isn’t who’s going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” – Ayn Rand
  • “Unique and different is the next generation of beautiful.” – Taylor Swift
  • “I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning to sail my ship.” – Louisa May Alcott
  • “I think beauty come from knowing who you actually are. That’s real beauty to me.” – Ellen DeGeneres
  • “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” – Coco Chanel
  • “You are more powerful than you know; you are beautiful just as you are.” –Melissa Etheridge
  • “The power you have is to be the best version of yourself you can be, so you can create a better world.” –Ashley Rickards
  • “I can’t think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself.” ­–Emma Stone
  • “You have what it takes to be a victorious, independent, fearless woman.” ­–Tyra Banks
  • “No matter what you look like or think you look like, you’re special, and loved, and perfect just the way you are.” ­–Ariel Winter
  • “Believe in yourself and you can do unbelievable things.” — Unknown
  • “Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself.” –Coco Chanel
  • “Imperfections are beauty, madness is genius, and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” –Marilyn Monroe
  • “Don’t be afraid to speak up for yourself. Keep fighting for your dreams!” – Gabby Douglas

Have you got anymore to add? If so then do leave a comment, I would love to read them 🙂

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100 Deep Quotes And Sayings About Depression That Everyone Should Know (Part 7)

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69. Depression is anger turned inward.

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70. What do you want to do with your life, then? is often the question I'm asked. To be honest, I don't know. I really don't.

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71. The sun stopped shining for me is all.

72. Do you know that feeling? When everything you do seems like a struggle. Where you dont wanna leave the house because you know everyone is judging you. Where you cant even ask for directions in fear that they criticise you. Where everyone always seems to be picking out your flaws. That feeling where you feel so damn sick for no reason. Do you know that feeling where you look in the mirror and completely hate what you see. When you grab handfuls and handfuls of fat and just want to cut it all off. That feeling when you see other beautiful girls and just wish you looked like them.

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73. What people never understand is that depression isn't about the outside; it's about the inside. Something inside me is wrong. Sure, there are things in my life that make me feel alone, but nothing makes me feel more isolated and terrified than my own voice inside my head.

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74. No reason to feel depressed about being depressed. A depression can be a golden opportunity to collect the pieces and build ourselves anew.

75. Isolation and loneliness are central causes of depression and despair.

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76. Sometimes, all you can do is lie in bed, and hope to fall asleep before you fall apart.

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77. Pain is always emotional. Fear and depression keep constant company with chronic hurting.

78. I never knew it was possible to be so miserable in so many ways.

79. I wanted a heaven. And I grew up striving for that world -- an eternal world- that would wash away my temporary misery.

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81. If you take action while you are made, you will always make the wrong decision.

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500 Words You Should Know (Part 7)

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71. Draconian

Draco was an Ancient Athenian politician who introduced a code of laws according to which a startling number of crimes were punishable by death. The adjective derived from his name therefore means exceedingly strict, severe. It’s most often used to describe such things as discipline, punishment, rules and regulations, but if a person whose views on these things were harsh they could be accused of having draconian attitudes, or indeed of being draconian himself.

72. Effrontery

Cheek, insolence, as in ‘He had the effrontery to say I never give him anything after I paid for his whole family to go on holiday last year’. Not to be confused with affronted, meaning offended, which is how the person uttering that last complaint might feel. 

73. Enormity

A commonly misused word, this does not mean enormousness. It means appallingness, great wickedness, ‘He seemed not to realize the enormity of his crime’ means he didn’t acknowledge he had done something dreadful, but not necessarily that he had wiped out an entire city.

74. Ersatz

From the German for ‘replacement’ this is an adjective describing an inferior imitation of something more valuable or attractive: ‘It was one of those twee little hotels with ersatz Victorian furniture’ or ‘Ersatz lemon meringue pie, made with some awful artificial lemon substitute.’

75. Etiolated

In the plant world, this describes a green plant that has gone pale through lack of sunlight; in human terms it means pale and weak: ‘His skin had that etiolated look of a video-game player who has spent his youth on his game console’.

76. Excoriate

This means literally to take the skin off, so metaphorically to flay someone alive, to criticize very severely. A critic might, for example, write an excoriating review of a film or play he loathed, while an angry politician might make an excoriating criticism of government policy.

77. Extravaganza

An Italian word, this time related to extravagance and meaning a very showy and elaborate performance, the sort of thing that might have been put on by Hollywood director Busby Berkeley. Special effects, fancy costumes, fireworks – you name it, an extravaganza has it. Expense is no object and taste is rarely a consideration.

78. Facile

An extract from the Atlantic Monthly dated 1900 gives a particularly damning use of this word: “The English drawing master did not teach art, but facile tricks of the brush.’ Facile comes from the Latin for easy and did once mean just that. In  modern usage, however, it has the added sense of being just a bit too easy and thus having little value: a facile victory is more or less a walkover; a facile remark is a glib one, easy to make but not requiring much thought.

79. Fallacious

In logic a fallacy is an error of reasoning that produces a misleading conclusion; fallacious therefore means illogical, misleading, as in a fallacious argument or a fallacious news report. It’s also worth being aware of what philosophers call the fallacy of many questions, of which ‘When did you stop beating your wife?’ is the most frequently given example. It means that the question presupposes something that may be false, but you can’t answer it without acknowledging the accusation. Lose-lose. 

80. Fastidious

This means picky, critical, hard to please and the Latin roots conjure up its connotations beautifully: they are the words for pride and weariness (the second part of fastidious is related to tedious and tedium). So the fastidious person looks down on something as being beneath her and manages to be bored with it at the same time. You might pick fastidiously at your food if it didn’t appeal to you or lift your trouser legs fastidiously so as not to get them wet on a rainy day. 

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