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There is nothing as frustrating as people telling you how much weight you’ve gained and how much your body has changed or about how you’re this and that.
I think its safe(ish) to say that I have had body issues for the longest of times and my confidence was not at the highest because of that and I’ve realised that I did not see those flaws until someone pointed them out to me.
Us (society as a whole) having ideas of how a perfect body is has also impacted on other people. I’ll be honest, I have what you call knock knock knees but at times I find myself comparing mine with those of others. And these perceptions are somehow passed down to the young ones.
My body issues have gotten better as I have grown but they are not completely gone. There’s still things I’d like to fix but I like me better now, I love me better.
I have accepted that there is no perfect body and that there is always going to be a better body feature somewhere.
Accepting that this is the way I was created has given me much peace. I mean my knock knock or kiss kiss legs still reach the same distance as someone with straight legs.