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Hey kk25225, I read your comment on the "5 reasons breakfast rocks" article, and I wanted to give u some advice. I'm a tall girl too (about 6 ft. tall) and I'm about 5-7 inches taller than most of my friends. I used to be told that I was weak and too lanky and my long legs always gave out, but the key to overcoming all the comments was to be more confident with myself. I've taken up running, and it has made my legs a lot stronger and more coordinated. It's not easy at first, but I used the harsh comments from my sports coaches about being "too weak and lanky" to motivate myself and prove them wrong. I play basketball too, and have gotten a lot stronger and have beaten most of the players my age in skills and strength, and hope to make the varsity team this year. I've learned to love my tallness because not many other girls have it. Just think, all models are tall, so use that as a confidence booster. It's really hard to accept your differences, but it makes you stronger in the end!! I hope that my advice can be helpful to you, and if you're still not feeling confident, then talk with your parents or siblings, and even your coaches/friends.
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