Tori Roloff Goes OFF, Tells Mom-Shamers Where They Can Stick It

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Time after time, Tori Roloff gets mom-shamed by her own fans. The more she shares, the more trolls come out of the woodwork.

Well, Tori has decided that enough is enough.

In a lengthy Instagram post, Tori takes a stand against the people who turn every tender moment into a negative one.

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"I wanted to share something that has been on my heart lately," Tori writes at the beginning of her heartfelt post.

"I feel like I do this every now and again," she explains. "To reiterate why I’m here and what I hope to use my platform for."

"Lately," Tori laments. "I have been getting a lot of negative comments and feedback on my social media."

"I don’t usually take things to heart," she makes clear.

Tori says that she tries to not let trolls impact her "because I know I can't please everyone."

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"But," Tori continues. "I had to bring this up."

Sometimes, you just have to speak out.

"Mom shaming is a real thing and it’s not cool," Tori affirms.

Sadly, she writes: "I get it all the time."

Tori feels that she is a target "because I put my tactics out there and I try to be as honest about my life as possible."

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She worries that sharing her experiences is attracting even more negative attention in recent weeks and months.

"But for some reason lately," Tori says. "I’ve been getting a lot of people bashing my momisms or how I do things in my home."

"I don’t want my social media to go there," Tori explains.

Tori then writes that: "This is a place where I like to be as positive as possible."

Of course.

If she wanted her social media experience to be full of stress and hostility, she'd go on Twitter, not Instagram.

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"There’s a lot going on in my life right now personally," Tori admits.

This is of course very vague and intriguing for fans of the Roloff family, but not the point of her post.

"And," Tori continues. "I like to use my social media to brighten other’s day."

"But unfortunately," Tori laments. "There have been days that i feel it’s doing no good."

You don't ever want to be the target of online negativity.

It's not good for you -- or for the people who are bombarding you with unsupportive comments.

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"I’m only saying this," Tori explains. "Because I feel like people need to hear it."

She's right.

"My life is far from perfect," she admits. "I know that and I’m okay with that."

"But," Tori writes. "When moms and sisters and friends and whoever start shaming each other for what they do with their kids that’s where I draw my line."

There are terrible, monstrous parents in this world. Calling them out isn't mom-shaming.

Attacking a parent for what kind of stuffed animal they buy for their kid, or for feeding them cereal with artificial flavors, is mom-shaming.

Tori gets so much and it's just unfair.

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"We’re all doing the best we can," Tori writes. "And that’s all we can do."

She's right!

"I love my son and my family unbearably," she continues. "And I do what I think is best for them."

"So please-be kind to each other," she implores her fans and followers.

"There are people behind your screens," Tori reminds them. "And you never know what a person is walking through."

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"UPDATE," Tori adds. "I didn’t post this for people to tell me I’m a good mom."

She was not fishing for compliments, folks.

"I’m the best one I know how to be," Tori writes.

She clarifies: "I posted as just a reminder to EVERYONE to lift one another up."

"Don’t knock each other down," Tori concludes.

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