What are your insecurities about your body?

Hey, Welcome to today’s blog. Thank you for 17 Subscribers this really means so much to me and I am grateful. Today I want to talk about insecurities. Those body parts people make negative comments about or those body parts that you look in the mirror and say I wish I was a lit bit slim then I would look cute. I was recently watching a show and the models were to look at the mirror and say what they did not like about themselves this inspired me to write this blog.

I want to share my experience , so throughout my life, I have always been slim. Tried every medicine to improve my appetite but it just did not work. I also have a baby face. One can easily mistake me for a high school kid. I took this part positively. However, the slim part really made me so insecure about myself. After high school, I was 38 kg. I remember at some point I had a low blood pressure this really stressed me out I forced myself to it.

I want to share a Road map to overcoming insecurities. I have learned to accept myself the way I am and embrace my insecurities. I keep telling myself probably every day you do not need to seek other people’s approval you are BEAUTIFUL. Lastly, do not compare yourself with anyone. Remember everyone is unique in their own way. Comparison will only lower your self-esteem.

Hey, Welcome to today’s blog. Thank you for 17 Subscribers this really means so much to me and I am grateful. Today I want to talk about insecurities. Those body parts people make negative comments about or those body parts that you look in the mirror and say I wish I was a lit bit slim then I would look cute. I was recently watching a show and the models were to look at the mirror and say what they did not like about themselves this inspired me to write this blog.

I want to share my experience , so throughout my life, I have always been slim. Tried every medicine to improve my appetite but it just did not work. I also have a baby face. One can easily mistake me for a high school kid. I took this part positively. However, the slim part really made me so insecure about myself. After high school, I was 38 kg. I remember at some point I had a low blood pressure this really stressed me out I forced myself to it.

I want to share a Road map to overcoming insecurities. I have learned to accept myself the way I am and embrace my insecurities. I keep telling myself probably every day you do not need to seek other people’s approval you are BEAUTIFUL. Lastly, do not compare yourself with anyone. Remember everyone is unique in their own way. Comparison will only lower your self-esteem.

Published by abovetwentylife

Welcome! I started this blog in 2019. I am passionate about writing some of the challenges that adults go through. I hope you find this posts educational and inspiring.

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