Boston - Boston College

Woohoo, you found a chapter near you! Are you doing your happy dance yet?? Now is your chance to belong to a community that will have your back, lift you up, see your greatness, and listen to what you have to say. It's a community that not only lives in your town, but exists all around the world. Joining a local chapter will light you up from the inside out - you will get to express, discover and love exactly who you are alongside girls doing the same. You will be part of a culture that stands for each other and speaks whatever truth there is to share, without limitations.

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  • commented 2016-12-30 17:24:43 -0800
    I want to take an active role in promoting self love, authenticity, and body acceptance, as well as meet other like-minded women in my area. After entering recovery from an eating disorder, I’ve noticed how freeing and empowering it is to have genuine conversations with other about our struggles and imperfections; I think true connection is only possible once we acknowledge and accept our true selves, however messy they may be. I currently am a sophomore at Boston University, and would love to join a chapter to learn more about IATG, and maybe start one at my own school. Thanks :)
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  • commented 2016-11-18 07:07:59 -0800
    Hi! I am so excited that you all have established a chapter in Boston. Let me tell you a bit about myself which will make my enthusiasm more clear! My name is Hamaseh Sorooshian. I am running for Miss Massachusetts USA 2017, for the chance to represent the state of Mass in the Miss USA 2017 pageant. I am running on a platform that strongly encourages women to love themselves, and portray themselves and their bodies positively in the media. I use my website, where I share my 10 year long experience overcoming Body Dismorphic Disorder, what it means to be a “bigger” girl in a pageant, and finally tools that I used and hope for others to use to overcome anxiety. My inspiration comes from this questions of “if you could tell your younger self one thing, what would it be”. I think about this scenario in everything I do, and I see now that being involved in I AM THAT GIRL is doing the exact same. I love your mission, I am inspired by this platform, and will do anything I can to make a difference with you all. How can I get involved? How can we use our platforms to work together? Let’s get in touch. My website is www.hamasehs.com – looking forward to hearing from you.
  • commented 2016-03-01 17:25:02 -0800
    Throughout the course of my time at BC, I have had many ups and downs. I have formed many strong relationships and created memories that I will never forget. Though I may seem outgoing and extraverted, my confidence in myself has steadily declined throughout the years. Now that I am a Junior applying to internships, I can’t stop comparing myself to my peers and doubting my abilities. I want to stop putting so much pressure on myself, learn to believe in myself, and make the most of every day that I have here and I am so excited that IATG has a chapter at BC. I hope to learn how to look past my flaws and weaknesses and transform my “self doubt” into self-love by connecting with other students who might be going through the same struggle.

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