To coincide with International Women's Day, YouTube has teamed up with a host of popular female vloggers to encourage people across the world the share a message to their younger selves on social media.
Here are some of the most beautiful messages we've seen:
#DearMe Remember that /YOU/ are beautiful and important. Seeing the good in yourself is the hardest thing for anyone to do. But stay strong.— Kaciplier. (@KcManc83) March 4, 2015
#DearMe Trust yourself and work hard, you'll find something fulfilling.— muuuunchh tennn xx (@ambernmiralpis) March 4, 2015
#DearMe it gets better, I promise. Don't give up. One day you will smile and really mean it.— Eddy Davis (@EddyZDavis) March 3, 2015
#DearMe don't let your flaws hold you back from wearing certain things or feeling like you're not beautiful. YOU ARE!— Julissa Velilla (@velillajulissa) March 4, 2015
Do not believe in the love of your significant other until you love yourself first #DearMe— DASH (@SheIsDash) March 4, 2015
#DearMe Please stop over thinking negative thingsAnd please choose action because,action is more closer to success.And don't blame yourself— なかちゃん (@Rrlee1995) March 3, 2015
#DearMe One day, you'll be just a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.— p (@pidokzxc) March 4, 2015
Whenever you feel sad, remember all the beautiful people you've brought joy to. Be appreciative for all the things you have. #DearMe— I AM SHAHEED (@Shaheedworld) March 4, 2015
#DearMe Be proud of who you are & what you've accomplished. Obstacles are unavoidable, but all that matters is that you're still standing.— Leslie-Ann R. Paet (@babe_larp) March 4, 2015
Slightly-Less-Insecure-Me— Ms.WritersBlockBlues (@RoseannaRants) March 3, 2015
#DearMe your flaws are only skin deep and one day you'll fully understand that, just always know that i'm proud of you no matter what— rayce untalan (@UntalanRayce) March 4, 2015
#DearMe You will not go into the kitchen & eat. It is past midnight. Go to bed! 😔— MsHeartAttack (@Ms_HeartAttack) March 4, 2015
HuffPost UK Lifestyle are running a month-long campaign during March called All Women Everywhere, championingwomen from all walks of life. If you would like to contribute, please email us here.