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Project Inspired’s Love Yourself First Campaign

How familiar does this sound?

You wake up in the morning, stand in front of the mirror and criticize the person staring back at you. You say things like “I’m not pretty enough…he’ll never like me,” or worse, “I’m not worthy of anyone’s love, not even my own.” Ouch!

If this sounds like you, first know that you are NOT alone. Every day, millions of girls around the world struggle with self-esteem and self-love issues. It’s a huge problem, one that Project Inspired’s Love Yourself First Campaign hopes to solve!

Our aim with this campaign is simple. We want to help young women understand that they are worthy of God’s love and, most importantly, that they are deserving of their own love. Throughout this campaign, we will post quotes, photos, videos and articles across all of our social channels to help you all better understand love so that you can show it to yourself and to the world, just as God asks of us.

We hope that each of you joins us along this journey of self-discovery! With your help, we’ll be able to show Christian girls of all colors, shapes and creeds that they are beautiful, they are deserving, they are loved.

Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Pinterest, if you aren’t already, so that you can take part in the Love Yourself First Campaign.

We’re also on SnapChat! To add us, simply open up the app and take a snap of the image below. And that’s it! You’ll instantly be added to our friends list!



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  1. CampMiVodenJunkie33

    Posted by CampMiVodenJunkie33 on February 21, 2015 at 16:56

    Shouldn’t we be loving God above all else, then others, and ourselves last? I agree that if we don’t love ourselves then bad things could start happening (ex. drugs, disorders, etc). But I don’t recall God ever saying that we should love ourselves first. I believe that when we bless and serve God first and people second we in turn are blessed and satisfied by God. What are your thoughts?

  2. kayla.hb13

    Posted by kayla.hb13 on February 10, 2015 at 18:33

    This is great! I’m a freshman in college pursuing a degree in psychology and I’m recovering from an eating disorder. Loving myself feels impossible, but I believe that one day, I will be able to see myself in a more positive light.

  3. Project Inspired

    Posted by hh12995 on February 9, 2015 at 20:49

    Thank you so much for this post. I am a college student and writer myself, often posting on my journey toward healing from anorexia and God’s work in my life. Body image is such a hard aspect of that but I’ve recently blogged on that at:


    I really appreciate this post because I believe it is so vital to see ourselves as Christ does. Thank you and God bless.

    • kayla.hb13

      Posted by kayla.hb13 on February 10, 2015 at 18:34

      I feel you, sister! It’s really hard coming back from an eating disorder. I will pray for you!

  4. Smylinggirl

    Posted by Smylinggirl on February 9, 2015 at 17:46

    This is awesome. Way to go PI! I’m not on any social media, but I hope this campaign does really well and helps girls.

  5. Nate

    Posted by Nate on February 9, 2015 at 07:20

    Yeah, I have definitely thought all of those things before. This will be very helpful.