We asked and they said yes.

China Anne McClain for #SelfLoveCampaign

We had so many celebrity friends that wanted to be a part of the #SelfLoveCampaign. It’s one thing to have access to amazing and talented people but it’s another to bring them all together to bring change.

Feel free to share the quotes below from just a few of our celebrity friends who have joined our campaign.

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ARDEN CHO Being in an industry that’s always scrutinizing your every flaw can be pretty discouraging at times. Especially when the standards of beauty are so unrealistic and unforgiving. Therefore, sometimes it’s tough, almost impossible, to remember my own self-worth. However, for me it’s all about knowing and accepting that I am perfect the way God made me, imperfections and all. My worth is found in God and not how people see me or value my worth. I mean, we are all insecure in our own way, I just think it’s important to go beyond conventional value systems we place on people and to find what we truly love to do and to pursue what makes us happy.” – Actress, MTV’S Teen Wolf

 

Chris Bones “I think self-love, honestly, is really simple. To me, it’s just accepting who you are, embracing it, and loving it. And letting everyone know this is who I am, I love myself. And if someone is going to take the time out of their day to bring you down, it just shows that they don’t love themselves. And also, you’re the only you out there. Always remember that. You’re one of one. There’s no one else exactly like you out there in the world. And that’s just more reason to love yourself.”

  • Singer/songwriter
COCO JONES “Self-love to me is hearing people’s negative opinions about you, or hearing something that tries to bring down your confidence, but still remaining true in who you are and who you believe that you are, regardless of what other people say that you are. That’s self love to me.”  

  • Singer and actress
CODY SIMPSON “Comparison is the thief of joy. Focus on your upsides and love yourself for who you are. The moment you compare yourself to others and see in them what you may not have you will never be truly happy. Others are seeing in you what they don’t have. Your journey is your own.” – Cody Simpson, Coast House/ Banana Beat Records

 

COLONY HOUSE “Self-love is progressive. Love who you are and who you are becoming so that you can give love to someone else. The greatest love is the love that is given, not hidden.” – Colony House Descendant Records

 

G HANNELIUS “Loving yourself from the inside out!” –  G. Hannelius from Disney Channel’s Dog with a Blog
DYLAN RILEY SYNDER “I’m here to talk about self-love. What I really mean by this is being the best you. To me, self-love indicates knowing exactly what it is — even if you don’t know exactly what it is — that you want to do. Just knowing the things that make you happy! You know, pushing forward the exciting details of every day, the moment that you wake up for, the first thing that you think about in the morning, all of that. Making sure that you enjoy whatever it is that you get up in the morning for to the fullest extent. I love acting, I love music. I listen to music all the time, I act, I’m always doing something that makes me happy, and that’s because I promote self love for myself and I’m here to promote self-love for all of you. So please, go enjoy your lives and make the most of every moment of your lives! Be the best you that you can be!”

  • Actor, Disney XD’s Kickin It
EVA UNIVERSE Self-love is not perfection! We all try so hard to fix our flaws and become what society thinks we should be. I think self-love is embracing yourself and realizing that it doesn’t matter what others think of you. As long as you like yourself and are nice to yourself, and you have your core group of loved ones around that can love and believe in you, you’re on your way to a happy and healthy life.”- Singer

 

HAYDEN BYERLY “What self-love means to me is when you’re very accepting of yourself. When it doesn’t necessarily matter what others think of you. You are happy with the person you have become. So stay true to you!”- Actor, ABC Family’s The Fosters

 

JACOB HOPKINS “Look, I make mistakes like anyone else and it’s okay to make mistakes. When you do, it’s really important to learn and grow from them and keep moving forward. Everyone is unique and special. There’s only one me and there’s only one you! Make the most of it and remember #SelfLove!” – Actor, Cartoon Network’s The Amazing World of Gumball

 

JAKE GOODMAN “To me, self-love is about being accepting of who you are and it’s also about self-respect. Just like you’re taught not to bully, not to hurt other people, not to treat other people badly, you shouldn’t treat yourself badly, you shouldn’t hurt yourself and you shouldn’t do all those things to yourself because, just like everyone else, you’re still a person and you deserve to be treated with respect and love.” – Actor, Nickelodeon’s Max and Shred

 

JEREMY KOVAN “Here’s my example of self-love: my grandfather passed away recently and it was very sad, very emotional for me. But I know how much he loves me and always pushes me through my days when sometimes I get down on myself. I do bad on a test, my sports are not ideal, but I know he always love me which always makes me love myself at the end of the day.” – Founder of Agent Cali

 

JESSICA MARIE GARCIA “I honestly think self-love is all about knowing your worth. Knowing that there is nothing in this world that you can’t do or achieve or be as long as you believe in yourself and know how much your worth and know that you can truly love yourself for everything that you are and everything that you’re not. You don’t have to be what everyone else is. You are so destined to stand out and I really hope you realize that and every day you look in the mirror you have a better day knowing that regardless if there is something you want change or there’s something else you wish you could be. No one else wishes that. Everyone else loves you for what who you are and what you are and what you’re not, so don’t try to be a duplicate of somebody else because you’re so unique and so perfect in your own way. I really hope you join us on your crusade and you #SelfLove in your own video and tag us at Glitter Magazine. Thank guys have a great day. – Actress, Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie

 

JILLIAN ROSE REED “I recently discovered what self-love means and for me it means loving my full self and not just half of myself. Being in the entertainment industry, but also, you can be in middle school, or high school, or college, or just floating around, living life. It means loving yourself fully and I don’t think without that, you can be truly happy. So, what that means is taking your mistakes and turning them into something positive, taking it as a learning experience, and not focusing on those losses. Because if you focus on your losses, you’re only going to keep losing. And turning that all into a positive light and seeing yourself for what you truly are, and learning from your mistakes.” – Actress, MTV’s Awkward.

 

JONNY GRAY “Self-love is about accepting yourself and realizing that you are awesome, but learning to accept yourself in a society where everything is photoshopped and auto-tuned is really difficult, I know. I just think that it’s really important that you need to realize that you don’t have to be perfect. You just have to be good enough. And I don’t mean that you shouldn’t try to be the best you can be, I just mean that you need to realize that you’re pretty enough, and you’re smart enough and you’re strong enough. But, you’re not perfect. And that’s okay. When you realize that you’re good enough, then you’ll be able to truly love yourself. Once you can achieve that, then you open the door to allow other people to love who you truly are. Don’t change. Just believe in yourself and know that you are awesome the way you are.”- Actor, Nickelodeon’s Max and Shred

 

JORDAN FISHER “Well, I don’t want to be preachy…but my definition of self-love would have to be contentment and happiness with yourself. It’s finding things about yourself that you like. I know everyone has heard this a thousand and two times…but it really doesn’t matter what others think or say about you as long as you are proud of who you are. The people that REALLY matter will make themselves present. Just continue to be and love yourself, and everything else will come naturally.”- Actor, Disney Channel Original Movie, Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach 2, and Singer/Songwriter with Hollywood Records

 

K LEE GRAHAM “To me, self love, means that I am more than my physical attributes. I’m more than my waist measurement, I’m more than my hair color, my weight or how tall I am. Self-love is about going to bed at the end of the day when all of my makeup is off and all the Instagram filters are gone, and being able to sit there and be happy with myself and where I’m at at that moment in my life and the path that I’m going on. That’s self love.”  – Miss Teen USA 2014-2015 from South Carolina

 

KATHERINE MCNAMARA “What self-love means to me is loving and accepting every part of yourself. All of the little imperfections that make you special and unique and really accentuating those and celebrating those and showing those off to the world. And, another important part of self-love is accepting and loving those things in other people as well because when you can see the love and beauty in others, it’s easier to see that in yourself. #selflove”- Actress, ABC Family’s upcoming series, Shadowhunters, and The Maze Runner series

 

KATIE AUSTIN “Self-love to me means that not only accept who you are but you’re genuinely happy with yourself. You love every single one of your flaws because that’s what makes you different and unique and that is your power, that no one else in the world is just like you. So, show your body you love it and take care of yourself by exercising and eating right.”- Fitness Professional and daughter of fitness guru, Denise Austin

 

KAYA STEWART “Hi, I’m Kaya, and in support of Glitter Mag’s #SelfLove campaign, I think self-love means flaunting all of your flaws. When I write, I try to be as honest with myself as I can and talk about all my insecurities. I think a creative outlet is super important on the journey to self love.” -Singer, Warner Bros. Records

 

KELSEA BALLERINI “I am so excited to be a part of Glitter Magazine’s self-love campaign. To me, self-love means finding what makes you different and embracing it. Not letting it make you insecure, but letting it empower you and make you more confident because that’s what sets you apart in the world. I think that’s one thing that makes you beautiful is your differences.” – Singer/Songwriter, Black River Entertainment

 

KIRA KOSARIN “Hey guys, Kira Kosarin here with no makeup in honor of self-love. Um to me self-love is all about accepting yourself for who you really are including all of the qualities that you love about yourself and maybe even the qualities that you don’t love because they’re what make you unique. And you’re the only person who gets to say that you’re you. That’s pretty awesome.” – Actress, Nickelodeon’s The Thundermans

 

KERRI MEDDERS “I think self-love means exactly what it says in the title. Being who you are and loving yourself. I think not letting people tell you who you should be or change who you are just so you can fit in somewhere. I think that is the wrong way to go. Just tell them no I’m not changing. Because that’s the step of loving yourself is being true to who you are and I think that’s most beautiful thing a person can be is who they are and who they were made to be. I just wanted to say be yourself because everyone loves you for that and have a little self love.” – Actress/Singer

 

LANDRY BENDER “I always go with the expression that you simply “can’t love others unless you love yourself” and as overused as it is it’s SO true and SO important to remember. Of course we’re all insecure and we all see our flaws… We’re human, that’s the way it is. But it’s learning to accept them and be confident with yourself that’s the key.” – Actress, Disney Channel’s Best Friends Whenever

 

LJ BENET “Hey, what’s up you guys? It’s LJ Benet from Disney Channel’s Dog With a Blog. And today I want to talk to you about #selflove. Now I love this because I think self-love is accepting your flaws and your imperfections and the little things that you may not necessarily find attractive about yourself. But it’s still the things that make you the unique and beautiful person you are. I know it’s hard to accept and embrace um the flaws that you have. I’m still learning and I’m still growing and I’m still trying to accept even the flaws that I have today. But as I’ve gotten older it’s become a lot easier and I think it’s made me stronger as a person and a human being. And I guess my best advice is to just keep continue growing and respect yourself and do things that make you happy.” – Actress, Disney Channel’s Dog with a Blog

 

MARLOWE PEYTON “Hi, I’m Marlowe Peyton and what does self love mean to me? Well first I have a question for you. Are you epic? Are you awesome? If you answered yes then you love yourself, but if you didn’t then you should because you are epic and awesome and if nobody ever told you that before I’m telling you now. Join the campaign at GlitterMagrocks.com and remember to love yourself for exactly who you are.”- Actress, 40’s and Failing

 

MARTY SHANNON “What is self-love to me? Honesty. I think it’s the most important thing you can do-being honest with yourself enough to make necessary changes. I think that’s really important and I think that if you’re honest with yourself, you make necessary changes, and if you can make changes in yourself, you can make changes in other people. And if you can make changes in other people, you can make changes in the world. I think that’s important. I think that’s what self love really is. Love yourself enough to be honest. Boom!” -Singer

 

MELISSA CARACHE “To me, self-love is about putting yourself first. I feel that sometimes it’s hard to do. I’m always trying to take care of everyone around me; I often forget about myself. Eating healthy and exercising helps me feel better. It’s definitely one of the ways I show self-love. I also never compare myself to others, it’s very unhealthy. By trying to be someone that you’re not, you throw away your wonderful and unique qualities.” – Actress, Nickelodeon’s Every Witch Way

 

MERIT LEIGHTON “Hello World, I’m Merit Leighton and I’m here to talk about self-love. And what self-love means to me is being unique and embracing all of your weird quirky bits. Like I like to make weird faces like this one [makes face] and I like to make weird voices and it drives my family insane like [names voice and imitates weird voice]. *laughs* And that’s what I want you to do: I want you to embrace who you are, because there’s only one of you, and there’s only one of me, and that’s what makes the whole world awesome! So join the campaign at glittermagrocks.com and staaaay weird, kids!” -Disney’s Sofia The First

 

MICHAEL ARONWITS “Sometimes it’s easy to get caught in the moment and forget about the things that are so important. In such a busy industry, in order to stay happy and healthy, you have to love and take care of yourself: mentally, emotionally, and physically. Find something that makes you tick: a sport, a hobby, -heck!-baking, I don’t care! Anything that makes you smile. Wake up each morning, look in the mirror, and tell yourself how beautiful and cool you are. #SelfLove is about finding beauty within ourselves, to live a positive and happy life. Spread the word with hashtag #SelfLove and vow to living this beautiful life.” -Professional Model

 

MOLLEE GRAY “For me, self-love is being completely and utterly proud of who you are…Proud of who you are on the inside, on the outside, who you are friends with, your family, everything…We all have different experiences in life, so I think how we handle them is different. But, if you are proud of how you handle the situations or how you perceive them, I think that that will give you happiness within yourself. I don’t think it needs to be what you look like, how much you weigh, what you wear…None of that matters. To me, I think self-love is being happy within yourself and confident in being proud of who you are.” -Actress, Disney’s Teen Beach Movie

 

MONTY GEER “Hey, I’m Monty Geer from MTV’s Awkward.  and I think anyone can love themselves, no matter what they look like or how they act or where you’re from. Self-love is entirely your choice. Like, let’s say it starts raining. Now, because of the rain one couple could be, their night could be ruined and they fight, while another couple could think it’s beautiful and fall in love more there. The rain doesn’t change between these two couples; what changes is how they see the rain. So, in the same regard, you can choose how you see yourself. So choose to be amazing. It’s like you’re watching a movie all your life, but you’re the director of that movie. Yeah, other people have their own movies playing in their own minds, but you can’t see their movie. So don’t worry about what they think. Choose to be beautiful. Choose to be perfect. Choose to love yourself. And don’t let anyone tell you “you can’t”. Because it’s not up to them. Please support Glitter Magazine’s #SelfLove Campaign. Bye.” – Actor, MTV’s Awkward.

 

NATHAN GAMBLE “Hey guys me and nick [his dog] here want to talk about self-love. Now, self-love isn’t just about loving what you’re good at. It’s also about loving your imperfections. When I was young, I had a really, really bad stutter. It would take like an hour for me to get one sentence out, but you know what I really liked my stutter. It made me unique, it made me special. Uh, and when you wake up in the morning and you see yourself in the mirror, you got to love your reflection. Because if you don’t, you will have a crummy day.” Don’t let other people dictate how you view yourself. Just love yourself flaws included.” – Actor, Dolphin Tale 2

 

PAULINA VEGA “I am Paulina Vega, Miss Universe, and for me, self-love is knowing the value that we all have. Loving our imperfections, our defects, and knowing we are all perfect in a unique way.”- Miss Universe 2014-2015 from Columbia  

 

SAARA CHAUNDRY Hey guys, its Saara Chaundry from Nickelodeon’s Max and Shred. I just want to say that you so much Glitter Magazine for letting me be a part of your #SelfLove campaign. So, to me self love means being myself and believing in myself, being true to myself, being true to what I believe in and not giving into peer pressure or bullies and not trying to be someone that I am not. Being proud of myself and what I do, which means being good to other and myself and my family and my friends. And doing things that I enjoy and things that make me happy and making the most of everyday and being happy with myself because I am different and that makes me unique because being different and unique is a good thing. That’s basically it, so thank you so much Glitter magazine for letting me be a part of your #SelfLove campaign.- Nickelodeon Max and Shred

 

SOPHIE REYNOLDS “Self-love is not about being vain, or being obsessed with yourself, or forgetting about other people. It’s about appreciating who you are and being confident in yourself. Because the more you love yourself ,and know you are amazing, you are special, and you are you, and you are so beautiful, it will help you to spread that love to other people; and it creates a better world. Now at the end of the day you have to live with yourself and love yourself, and know that you don’t need that validation from anyone else… We have to love ourselves without the validation of other people.” – Disney XD’s Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything

 

TAYLOR ANN HASSELOFF “Self-love is the most important type of love because if you don’t love yourself you’re not going to truly live a happy life. I feel like everyone was meant to be on this earth for a reason. You should embrace your weirdness, embrace your personality, embrace who you are, because you are meant to be the way you are. [If] you don’t love yourself you are doing a disservice to yourself. Love on, and live a happy life.” – Actress/Singer

 

XOLO MARIDUENA “Self-love means loving yourself of course, but realizing you may be you and that is the best person you can be; being yourself, and knowing that you may be a little weird. But you should be the best weird person you should be.”- NBC’s Parenthood

 

NORMANI FIFTH HARMONY “I wanted to take a quick second to talk to you about confidence and embracing who you are fully. I know what it feels like to lack self-confidence and second guess yourself and be yourself’s worst critic. Trust Me. I’ve been there and I know what it feels like. You definitely have to dig deep within yourself, talk to yourself in the mirror and embrace who you really are, flaws and all. What you think are flaws, other people might think is beautiful. Surround yourself with positive people. I have positive people around me constantly. I have my mom on the road. I call my dad when I’m feeling down. My grandma is always there to make me laugh, of course, and I have my best friend to uplift me when I’m in my lowest moments and whenever I don’t feel worth and I feel bad about myself so I say stay around positive energy and stay away from negative energy. I stopped reading comments on the internet about me a long time ago and I’m so much happier so just embrace who you are and remember that there’s only one you in the world and you’re worth it. No pun intended. Love you guys. Bye”  – Singer with Fifth Harmony

 

ALLI SIMPSON “Self-love means loving yourself from the inside, and if you truly do that and love yourself from the inside it will show on the outside so remember to love yourself and be happy.” – Singer/Songwriter

 

SKYLER STECKER COMING SOON- Singer/Songwriter
LENNON AND MAISY Self-love means not caring what anyone else thinks of you, and truly loving yourself inside, and out.” Actress and Singer, Lennon Stella

“Self-love means not letting anyone label you or telling you who you are and what you can be.” Actress and Singer, Maisy Stella

AVA ANDERSON “Self-love is accepting all of yourself, the good and the few imperfections! It’s what makes us individuals” – Owner of Ava Anderson Non Toxic

 

CAMERON BOYCE Self-love is all about accepting who you are. Always trying to improve. Not worrying about what other people see as faults.” – Actor, DCOM Original movie, The Descendants

 

COREY FOGELMANIS   I think self-love is accepting yourself for exactly who you are and not comparing yourself to others.”- Actor, Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World

 

DYLAN DAUZAT “To accept yourself for who you are and love every aspect of YOU.” – YouTuber and Singer/Songwriter

 

LEXI ATKINS “To me self-love is acceptance of oneself, and respect of one’s self-worth and heart.”- Actress, THE CW’s The Messenger

 

AIDAN ALEXANDER “My definition of self-love is believing in yourself and making your happiness a priority. I’ve noticed a lot of people, myself included, have let people’s idea of perfect, or how something should be, affect them, and it’s pertinent to care about yourself more than the opinion of someone.”- Actor, YouTuber, and Entertainer

 

VERONICA DUNNE “To love yourself for who you are, and not what you want to be. To love each and every flaw, and not be afraid of the imperfections because they are a part of what make you beautiful.” – Actress, Disney Channel’s K.C. Undercover

 

MEGAN NICOLE “Self-love to me means embracing the things that make you different and unique and saying, “Hey, this is who I am and I’m okay with that.” It’s about becoming the best version of yourself that you can be. Self-love is knowing that you’re important and that you have a purpose and a plan for your life. It is knowing that you deserve to be respected and that you are love. Self-love is about taking those things that make you different and unique and using them to make a better place. I also believe that self-love is not only about loving yourself, but loving others and treating others the way that you want to be treated. Please support Glitter Magazine’s #SelfLove Campaign by using the hashtags, #dearglitter, #glittermagazine and #selflove because the world could use a little more of it.” – Singer/Songwriter and Actress, Summer Forever

 

SLOANE MORGAN SIEGEL “To me, self-love is to love yourself and to be comfortable with yourself. Everyone says “you’ve got to be this or you have to be that,” but you don’t because you are who you are and everyone loves that about you. It’s like I was saying on the show, “What is normal anyway?” Because you’ve got to be weird, you’ve got to be fun, and be yourself because everyone loves that.” – Actor, Amazon’s live action series, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street

 

ATTICUS SHAFFER “I wanted to talk to you a minute about #selflove and what self-love means to me. My mom has always told me always be yourself. You see we’re all meant to be unique and we’re all created to be unique and we should never feel uncomfortable in our own skin. Self-love means to me being able to draw inspiration and thrive in what you love to do and what makes you happy. We should never feel like we don’t belong in a particular group or feel left out based on what we enjoy or take peace in. We should instead do those things that bring us joy and have confidence in the fact that we are the exact way that we are supposed to be. Sometimes self-love means giving yourself a treat every now and then. For me, one of the ways I treat myself is by eating my favorite Cupid’s chili dog, but especially with friends. Right guys? Right. Here. Here. So be yourself.” – Actor, ABC’s hit show, The Middle   

 

RIO MANGINI “I’d like to talk to you about #selflove. Now, look, I’m twelve and when you ask me what self-love is I say, “Love yourself,” but what does that really mean. It’s different for everybody. I think it’s what makes you happy and strong inside. For example, when I wake up in the morning, I go straight to my computer and make dubstep. I have a goal to make an EP. When I work towards my goals and am accomplishing something, I feel better about myself. Everyone has some kind of talent. Whether it’s music, drawing, growing trees…I don’t know, maybe even baking. Find your talent, practice to be the best you can be and be proud of yourself.” – Actor, Nickelodeon’s Bella and the Bulldogs

 

ASIA MONET RAY “Self-love means to me loving yourself inside and out and loving your flaws and imperfections. Self-love is happiness within yourself and not being affected by the world criticism, but making it into a positive. Love yourself and love your reflection. The one thing you have control of is your happiness.” – Singer, Dancer and Actress, Raising Asia and Dance Moms

 

TORI ANDERSON “Self-love means allowing myself to make room for mistakes and realizing that failure means that at least I tried. It’s  about letting judgement take a back seat and letting myself being a cheerleader to myself and others. Self-love means letting other people see your faults and every strength and idiosyncrasy that makes you you and taking pride in those things. It’s about accepting yourself, believing in yourself and allowing yourself to just be because luckily no one does you like you. So please support Glitter Magazine’s #SelfLove Campaign and thank you for watching.” – Actress, Teen Nick’s Open Heart

 

DANA MAXX “Self-love means self-acceptance and accepting your flaws and imperfections. We all have imperfections. I think valuing yourself and respecting yourself and who you are.” – Fashion Designer, Dana Maxx Collection

 

ALEXIS WILKINS “When you think of love you typically think of loving another person, but I think the whole idea of self-love is to love yourself like you would someone else.When you talk to someone you love you try to encourage them and inspire them to do whatever they want to do and if they put their mind to something you tell them that they can do it and I think that you should have that same care, respect and appreciation for yourself. I love this campaign because I think that #selflove is something that we forget about in our daily lives and it’s a great reminder that you should love yourself and find something that makes you glitter in your life because I think that’s what self-love is all about.” – Singer/Songwriter

 

ALYSON STONER “Self-love to me means not the traditional view of being vain or egocentric, but the reinterpretation of identifying your value and learning to acknowledge and respect both your weaknesses and your strengths so that you can better love someone else freely without a hidden agenda or motive of filling some sort of selfish need so really self-love is the catalyst to being able to love others more diligently, fervently and genuinely.” Singer, Dancer, and Actress, Summer Forever

 

CIARA BRAVO “You should love yourself because you’re your own work of art and you get to craft every aspect of your being. Plus it’s always important to love your art.” – Actress, Fox’s upcoming show, Lookinglass

 

BEN STOCKHAM “To me self-love means not being your own worst critic and accepting yourself for who you are, flaws and all, and letting yourself make mistakes, learn from them and move on. It can be easy in life to be insecure and think that everybody is judging you, but if you love yourself and who you are, you’ve already won.” – Actor, NBC’s About a Boy

 

CHINA ANNE MCCLAIN “In light of the wonderful #SelfLove Campaign that Glitter is doing right now I just wanted to say to you all that you’re beautiful. Everyone at some point in their life suffers from low self-esteem, especially teenagers. We probably have it the worst and I definitely know how it is to get up one day and feel pretty good about myself and the next day feel pretty bad about myself so we’ve all had those moments and we all have those days, but at the end of the day look in the mirror and say, “I really like what I’m seeing because I’m unique and there’s no one else like me.” I love you guys. You’re so beautiful. Stay strong!” – Singer/Songwriter and Actress, Disney Channel’s A.N.T. Farm and How to Build a Better Boy

 

CREE CICCHINO “To me self love is all about respect. Respecting my mind, respecting my body, and respecting what I believe in. To me respecting my mind means using every situation as an opportunity to learn. To be curious, ask questions, and to remember to have an open mind too. Respecting my body mean understand that it’s the only one I am going to get, so it’s my responsibility to treat it well, control what happens to it, and love it. Respecting what you believe in is extremely important because I believe in the basis of your person — especially in those moments when it seems easier to stay quiet, remember to have a voice because someone will hear you.’ -Actress, Nickeldeon’s  Game Shakers

 

EMILY ROBINSON “To me self love means never underestimating yourself and taking care of yourself and knowing just how special and unique you are, and remembering that your flaws are part of what make you, you. I think that everyone struggles with low self confidence or low self esteem at some point or another and it can be difficult, but the most important thing is just remembering to stay true to who you are because you are valid and you are you are wonderful. That’s what self love means to me.” -Actress, Transparent

 

LARSEN THOMPSON “When I think of self-love, I think of three things. Number one, be happy with who you are. Just love yourself and find something you love. For me it’s dance. It’s a way to express myself through movement and I think that’s very important. Number two, don’t worry about what other people think about you. You  are who you are and at the end of the day your opinion is the only one that matters. And, lastly, number three, by loving yourself you’re influencing other people to love themselves and feel more confident about themselves. I think this is so important. Thank you and I love you guys so much.”-  Actress/Dancer. Other half of the “Fraternal Twins” YouTube/Dance Duo

 

JULIANE “Know who you are and know your insecurities. Don’t be afraid of your emotions. If you feel like crying, cry. If you feel like being happy, be happy, and embrace yourself, embrace your flaws, embrace your beauty and remember that you are unique so don’t try to be like anyone else. Surround yourself with good people, beautiful people. Good energy only. Let go of all the negative stuff in your life. Negative people, negative energy, they say good vibes only so that’s good. Do what makes you happy. Be you and spread joy and love. Give as much as you can as that’s beautiful. I do hope that you realize your full potential as everyone has a purpose in this life. Remember to love yourself because you’re amazing. Have a beautiful day.  – Singer/Songwriter

 

GAIL SOLTYS “Self-love is being confident with who you are, and knowing that you are smart, pretty, talented, but not only loving yourself on the outside, but also the inside because you are the only you out there so embrace it. #selflove.” – Actress, Nickelodeon’s Talia in the Kitchen

 

JESSIE PAEGE “Self-love is about accepting yourself with flaws and all. It’s about being confident in your own skin, whether other people accept you or not. It’s also about being authentic. To practice self-love, you cant change yourself and mold yourself to what you think society wants. There’s no use comparing yourself to another person because you will never be that person, but that person cannot ever be you. You also can’t dwell on the bad things in your life. You have to forgive yourself and appreciate what you have and what’s coming . Self-love is finding a passion or a dream and going for it, even if it seems  crazy. Even if it doesn’t work out, at least you did it for yourself. At least you did something you knew you would love and it’s not about the success or results, it’s about doing it for your own happiness.”- YouTube Personality

 

NIA FRAZIER “My definition of self-love is to believe in yourself no matter what the circumstances. Always believe in yourself and make sure that you come up on top.” – Actress, Singer, Dancer, Dance Moms

 

 

SPENCER SUTHERLAND “Self-love means having confidence in your own skin, being happy with who you are and listening to just your voice because there is no time in life to worry about everyone else’s negative opinions.”- Singer/Songwriter

 

TALITHA BATEMAN “It’s about waking up in the morning and instead of wishing that your nose was smaller or that your eyes were bigger or wishing that you had green eyes instead of blue, it’s about appreciating those features because those are the features that make you, you. And if someone is calling you ugly, you shouldn’t focus on that because beauty is all a matter of perception, and your opinion is the only one that matters.  – Actress, The 5th Wave

 

KRISTA MARIE YU “Self-love is pushing all the negative comments out of my head and just doing what I want to do because I know it’s something that I will feel good about. It’s a journey every day and I learn something new, but that’s makes me feel better about myself as a whole.” Actress on ABC’s Dr. Ken

 

BRIGHTON SARBINO “To me, self-love is to appreciate yourself and your life and to not try and compare yourself to other people, but know as a person you’re valuable and to use your time to help others because people will only see what they want to see about you and people will only know about you what you want them to know and you’re the only person who only truly knows  yourself so you’re the only person who can genuinely make yourself feel loved because you can have thousands of people say they love you, but if you’re not happy with yourself , you won’t feel happy. You won’t feel love. Self-love to me is to be happy with what you have and to be content with yourself.”  -Actress, Miracles from Heaven

 

MEGAN LEE “Self-love to me means having confidence in yourself inside and out, loving yourself and letting that love shine on others as well. I think self-love is essential to a person’s happiness so I hope everyone can love themselves more and more every day.” – Actress, Nickelodeon’s Make It Pop

 

DOVE AND RYAN “In my younger days I was always worried about other people’s opinions and thoughts and I think that self-love is about worrying about your opinion of yourself in the highest position above anyone else’s opinion. I completely agree and I also think that the person that you need to be kindest to in the world is yourself. I always use the rule that if you wouldn’t say it to a child, you shouldn’t say it to yourself because you are the most important part of your life. Thanks for watching guys. Keep catching dreams. Mwah.” – Duo of The Girl and the Dreamcatcher

 

RYDEL LYNCH FROM R5 “What self-love means to me is to believe in yourself and accept yourself for exactly who you are, and to eat lots of ice cream.”- Singer with R5

 

 

ISABELLA ACRES “To me, self-love is all about staying true to who you are and not letting other people define who you are. I think it’s important to not let what other people say or do affect the way you feel about yourself. I really believe your life is your adventure to live, and I think that every day is a new opportunity to embrace the person that you are.” – Actress, Amazon’s The Kicks

 

LATHAM THOMAS “A few Glow tips for self-love. Number one, practicing what I like to call glow time, honoring yourself through radical self-care practices,  making sure that you take time to slow down, engage in massage or aromatherapy or maybe taking in a yoga class, reading your favorite book, or be with friends, whatever it is that makes you feel really good. Take time to do that for yourself and by yourself. Another of my Glow tips is to speak blessings on yourself. Always speak kindly, always say beautiful things to yourself and affirm yourself through your language. We spend so much time saying negative things to ourselves and those negative patterns really purvay through our lives so it’s really important to think about the language that you use when you’re speaking about yourself, and my final tip would really be to make sure that when you’re moving through the world that you’re taking care of yourself through diet and lifestyle as well.”- Founder of MamaGlow and part of Oprah’s Super Soul 100

 

 

LELE PONS “Self-love means being true to myself and valuing who I am. I think that it’s a big component of your self-esteem. I think that if you don’t love yourself first, you’re not going to let other people love you, and that’s going to hurt you in relationships. I think it’s one of the hardest things to find as a lot of people have low self-esteem and they doubt themselves and don’t love themselves. I think that self-love is about loving yourself and loving who you are every day.”- World’s #1 Viner/YouTube Personality/Author

 

 

CAILEE RAE “Self-love to me means finding what makes you happy and not catering to others and listening to the beat of your own drum and passing on positive vibes everywhere. Pass on the self-love.”- Singer/Songwriter, EP, Overthinking out now.  

 

 

JENNEL GARCIA “Self-love is being happy and content with who you are. You don’t have to be the most confident person in the world. It’s just being comfortable in your own skin and being free that way and waking up every morning and looking in the mirror and seeing something you’re proud of and not necessarily having it all together, but knowing that you try your best and that you’re happy with just that, and if you’re happy with you that’s all that really matters.”- Singer/Songwriter

 

 

CLARE FOLEY “Self-love is loving yourself. You’re the best you that you can be so don’t let anyone tell you who to be or what to wear or anything like that. I think in life you should just have fun. You are beautiful. #selflove”- Actress, Fox’s Gotham

 

GABRIELA LOPEZ “Let’s all take a moment and give ourselves a big hug. That feels good. I think self-love is so important. I think we should take a minute out of every day when we look in the mirror and look in your eyes and say, “I love you,” and that is one of the most powerful tools that you can do throughout the day. Take one minute for yourself and do one thing that you love to do, no matter what it is. Whether it’s hiking, walking, dancing, listening to music by yourself, singing as loud as you can in your car, whatever it is make sure that you do that one thing every day and remember to say no to the things that don’t make us happy. It’s important to follow your heart and commit to your dreams always, forever, no matter what we do. Bye guys. ”- Actress, The 5th Wave

 

MARISSA HEART “Self-love to me means doing whatever makes your soul happy, no matter what that is, you want to be content with yourself. Even if you have insecurities or you think you have imperfections, those are what makes you beautiful. Those are what makes you unique and makes you you and you have to learn to embrace those and love those and become that love. Everyone is beautiful inside and out, and that’s what makes you, you. That’s what self-love is to me. Learning to embrace yourself and doing what makes you happy. ”- Actress

 

KELLI BERGLUND “What I can say about self-love is that I have learned quite a lot about it in the past year. I’ve learned to love myself and be accepting of who I am and a lot of people are afraid to say  that they love themselves or that self-love is important because they think that it’s selfish. It’s really not. Being selfish person and having self-love for yourself are two very different things. Self-love is sort of once you apply it to yourself it radiates to everyone else that you surround yourself with and hopefully they can learn to love themselves as well and be accepting of who they are and not worry too much about what flaws they have or what they wish they had because you’re perfect the way that you are.It doesn’t matter what anyone else says. You were made the way that you were made and it’s important to love yourself. I promise you that you will be an extremely happy person once you learn to do that so if you want to join in as well, you can use the hashtags #glittermagazine, #selflove, and #dearglitter. Bye.  ”- Actress, Lab Rats: Elite Force, and Singer


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