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It’s hard to believe that even in 2016, grown men and women are still subject to being bullied online.
Even though there have been countless campaigns to fight online bullying, this still happens every single minute of every single day.
But for one man, whom many online users call “beefy,” he’s decided he won’t listen to what any of those bullies have to say about him.
It’s hard enough to live in this world without someone trying to bring you down. And for Erik Cavanaugh, it seemed like every single time he posted a video of himself practicing ballet and dancing, someone tried to hurt his feelings for no reason.
But instead of giving up on his love of dancing, Cavanaugh decided he didn’t care what people thought of him or what he loved to do. He continued releasing videos of himself dancing, and soon enough, there were far more positive comments than negative.
His style is fluid yet strong, his jumps are impressive, and his passion for dance is beautiful to watch. His goal is to eventually get on Ellen, and something tells us he’s going to be there soon enough!
His story should inspire all of us. Don’t let anyone tell you what you can and cannot do. Follow your own dreams and always do what you love. If anyone tries to bring you down, the best way to respond is to come back even better and stronger! Please watch his amazing moves in the video below. And please SHARE Erik Cavanaugh’s inspiration story if you think everyone should follow their heart!
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