"Sometimes she convinced herself that her labels didn't matter. They were just words. They didn't change who she was."
To Be Honest is about self-worth, self-love and body positivity.
Holly Bourne did not disappoint on writing and executing someone with mental illness and includes other concepts like algorithm and Olive’s theories, that made me think that it is not even impossible to the point of asking questions like “What if we have that technology, can it save the world?” Moreover, there are striking parts such as core self-beliefs, that I would really like to try to my self and share it with my students.
“I just mean that there are so many obstacles that keep us from the things we love. If you can find a way to keep that thing in your life, make it happen.”
“Stop focusing on all the stuff you can’t do and start focusing on what you can do. Start thinking about something other than partying and having fun or whatever it is you’re thinking about.”
Representation of culture. Friendship. Family relationship. It is messy, raw with adorable characters.
“What’s the point of doing all this if you’re not happy? You’re already miserable, so there’s no point in not asking for what you really want.”