Body Confidence, 2 words that have always been something hard for me to deal with and I know I am not the only one. I was talking to one of my friends and I asked her what should be my next blog post? Her reply to me was ” A post all about Body confidence”. Quickly my response to her was ” How am I suppose to write about that when I struggle with it myself?”. She told me exactly write about your struggles with it and tell people how you overcome it yourself, so that is what todays post is going to be about. Like I said before body confidence has been something I’ve dealt with ever since I was little. When I was younger I would always want to be “pretty” and wear those cute clothes that everyone else was wearing back in Elementary/Middle school and even as I grew up in High school. But I couldn’t either because it just didn’t look the same on me or it just wouldn’t fit. I hated going to the beach or going to the pool with my friends because I didn’t want people to see me in a bikini. To this day as a 21 year old I still don’t like doing those things because I still struggle with my appearance. I have my days where I can’t bother getting dressed up because I don’t like what I see in the mirror and I don’t like the way things look on me but I do have my days where I take a look in that same mirror and love what I see. I appreciate my curves, I will wear what I want because I love it and I don’t care what people think, I have stretch marks I have pimples but thats what makes me a normal human being. We all have flaws nobody in this world is perfect. You will meet a lot of girls who struggle with the same thing. Fat, Skinny, Short, Tall. We shouldn’t bring each other down we should always be kind whether it is to a stranger, a sister, a best friend. I’ve had my times where I was talked about on social media about my appearance back when I was in high school and I have had those friends who would be the nicest person to me but go behind my back and talk about my weight and looks to other people. But all you can do in those situations is brush it off. It always gets better. Everyday is a new day. Every morning when I wake up I always try to have a positive mind. Body Confidence will always be a constant thing I will deal with but as I got older the more it didn’t bother me as much as it use to. I always have my friends and family who are there for me when I have days and if it wasn’t for them I don’t know where I would be today. Now and days you see girls who aren’t the “skinniest” people in the world have so much confidence in themselves and they are recognized for their curves and they are beautiful just the way they are. It makes me feel so much better about myself and I know I am beautiful. So heres to all you beautiful people out in the world! Wear what you want and don’t let ANYBODY tell you, you aren’t beautiful in that dress because if you feel great then you look great!



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