What the beautiful and talented Taylor Swift says above rings true, but it is a fact that often goes unnoticed. When I was a little girl, everyday after school I’d look in the mirror and would ask myself why I’m the only girl in the world who’s overweight. I’d ask why I’m the only one whose hair is so short and frizzy and why I have pimples when no one else does. I always thought that I alone had these problems. Everyone else never worried about looking good because they already looked good in my eyes. It wasn’t until I opened up and talked to my friends about my insecurities did I realize that they thought the same things about themselves. They thought their stomachs were too round or their hips were too wide and many other issues. I of course told them that they looked great and they complimented me as well, but deep down, I was happy that we shared our troubles together because knowing that I wasn’t alone made me feel like I was a part of the group and not an outcast. Even if there are a ton of people online who can appreciate my type of figure. My friend has told me that there are a range of big beautiful women at websites similar to Tubev.sex (https://www.tubev.sex/search?search=xxx) that get to express their sexy self’s.
In our society, we are brought up to believe that if you don’t have the “hourglass” figure you are not attractive enough. So as a result, we lock ourselves up at home and point out our flaws. The more time we spend by ourselves looking at the mirror, the more we think that the problem is us. We think that we’re the issue and that everyone else is normal except us when this is not the case. Chances are if you feel bad about your body, someone else feels just as bad as you do. Even supermodels who we tend to believe have the best bodies have problems with the way they look. And celebrities, like Taylor Swift, worry about their bodies too.
To sum this all up, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! No one has the perfect body and everyone wishes that there was something about their body they could change. We’re all in the same boat and the sooner we learn this, the better we will feel. So keep your head up!
If you do find yourself in a place where you feel you’re all alone, talk to your friends or family members about it. Let them know what’s bothering you and confide in them. They’re probably going through the same thing too and need someone like you to help brighten their day.
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