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Great advice from Leonard Nimoy to a biracial teenage girl who felt rejected by her peers. Be sure to read the full article--definitely worth it! RIP Mr. Nimoy. #mentalhealth ... See MoreSee Less

In memory of Leonard Nimoy, who passed away today at the age of 83, we're sharing his amazing 1968 response to a biracial teen girl who felt rejected by her peers due to her race. Nimoy was touched by the girl's situation and wrote her a very thoughtful response describing Mr. Spock's response to the same situation as a half-human and half-Vulcan. His advice, which you can read in full via the link below, will resonate with anyone who ever grappled with issues of peer pressure, popularity, and prejudice: "Spock learned he could save himself from letting prejudice get him down. He could do this by really understanding himself and knowing his own value as a person. He found he was equal to anyone who might try to put him down -- equal in his own unique way. You can do this too, if you realize the difference between popularity and true greatness. It has been said that 'popularity' is merely the crumbs of greatness... When you think of people who are truly great and who have improved the world, you can see that they are people who have realized they didn't need popularity because they knew they had something special to offer the world, no matter how small that offering seemed... It's all in having the patience to find out what you yourself have to offer the world that's really uniquely yours." -- Leonard Nimoy (aka Mr. Spock) To read Nimoy's full letter on My Star Trek Scrapbook, visit bit.ly/1LSnSwx For stories of Mighty Girls grappling with issues of peer pressure, visit www.amightygirl.com/books/personal-development/life-challenges?cat=351 For stories of girls and women confronting prejudice in many forms - be it due to gender, race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, or religion - visit our "Prejudice & Discrimination" section at www.amightygirl.com/books/social-issues/prejudice-discrimination For a variety of books for kids and parents that address peer pressure and bullying, we've prepared a three-part blog series on bullying prevention filled with more reading recommendations. In the first part of the series, we showcase books for preschool and early elementary-aged children on teaching empathy and responding to bullying: "The End of Bullying Begins With Me": Bullying Prevention Books for Young Mighty Girls," at www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=4741 In the second post, we feature recommendations for tweens and tweens: "Taking a Stand Against Bullying: Bullying Prevention Books for Tweens and Teens" at www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=4804 And, in our final post, we share resources for parents and educators to help them better understand childhood bullying and learn how best to respond to it: "Leading the Way: Bullying Prevention Books for Parents and Educators," at www.amightygirl.com/blog?p=4900

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