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I was getting irritated by this point, so I said “who” in a grouchy way. Something changed in my brain because I realized the likelihood of that being true.The point is: love yourself, take care of yourself, most of all treat your body as your temple, because it’s the only one you’ve got, and it’s gotten you through life up to this point.They had hundreds of men look at pictures of women’s bodies and rate them according to which they found the most attractive.
I wanted to share something that helped me love myself a little more.
(This is an added note: To the women who are naturally skinny like a runway model, there’s nothing wrong with that.
My only point here is to women whose bodies don’t look like a runway model’s and feel they need to in order to get the best guy.) While I’m on the subject, most of the female celebrities that pop up on tabloids for getting super skinny also look horrifying to me…
I’m talking here about unhealthy, eating-disorder induced weight loss – that gives women a sickly appearance that natural skinniness doesn’t have.) I should also mention Well knowing that men prefer a little fat on bones than “just bones” is sad. “You’re an athlete, you pretty sure eat really healthy”. I gain weight but in the numbers, not on the outside, I never become fatter even though the numbers on the scale have increased. And the boys by this age start “looking at girls” and I know many that have body shamed some girls I know.
My dad is skinny and also my mom, so I am now too, what can I do about it? I always wanted my tights bigger or some meat on my skinny arms, or, you know, some fat on my butt. To be honest, I’ve always loved my bodie and yes, I still do now but sometimes when i overthink, it starts to bother me, but not too much because I am very confident, and most of the time i don’t get bothered by those thoughts. I like what I do, I like my slightly muscular though still skinny tights and arms, my abs and I like living healthy like that. No one ever body shamed me, like out loud, but I’m pretty sure I know what they think.
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I was walking one day and noticed a girl in a purple dress. I felt bad because for a moment I wished I was the girl in the purple dress. He asked my why I would wish that, I told him I thought most girls would.