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soccergirl524 on 7/8/2010 4:14:16 PM
hey i noticed that u asked lauren for help, and i thought that i would help u to!!!!
Dont worry! this is totally natural. one of my friends is flat chested, and were going into 7th grade! the way she deals with it is...(drum roll plz!) just being herself! she tries not to concentrate on all of the bad things about her, but the good things! this keeps her confidence up. and u shouldnt be afraid of who u r. try to rock some shirts and pants/shorts that show YOUR personality and r meant for ur body type, that way, they will bring the important parts of ur body shape into focus.
remember, there are other girls out there with similar probs!!! u can always talk to ur mom or any other female u trust. also, talk to ur friends about it. aaanndd there r other girls that have the problem flipped!!! i, for one, started wearing a bra when i was in 3rd grade. ive definitly slowed down, but ur just starting. maybe its just taking longer cuz ur going to be exceptionally beautiful!!!! hope this helps!!!! post back!
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blondchic on 7/8/2010 10:40:44 AM
I saw your comment on soccergirl524's page. I also wanted to give some insight.
I have large breasts. When I was younger, that's all I wanted. Now I'm fifteen, and I have to pay extra money to get special bathing suits that fit over my boobs and keep them supported. My mother also had large breasts, and they bothered her so much, she got them reduced through surgery.
When I see girls with smaller breasts, I'm sometimes jealous. They can wear tank tops and cute little bikinis, while I've got to strap myself down everyday, and worry about slipping out of my bathing suits.
Girl, learn to rock your body no matter what size or shape you are. Because you're a beautiful girl and you deserve love from yourself. I've learned that my breasts don't define me; my actions, words, and opinions do. Hope this helps.
lemonz101 on 7/8/2010 10:35:53 AM
you’re not alone. This is a totally common concern. I worried about it too when I was in middle school. I didn’t have boobs at 13, but I knew that I was still developing and maturing. Instead of getting down about my smaller chest, I focused on some of my better physical qualities. I worked it with my award-winning smile and killer confidence. There are many pretty models that don’t have boobs and they work with what they have and look amazing doing it.
Don’t let your bra size define who you are! But, if a flat-chest is really getting you flustered, go out and find a padded bra that will make you feel more comfortable. It’ll give your boobs...AND your confidence a li'l boost. But remember to flaunt your pretty face and bright smile, too!
And don’t forget to take a look at your other female fam members. Genetics plays a big part in whether you’re just a late bloomer AND what cup size you’ll eventually have. Asking your mom when she developed her boobs not only will it give you some insight but it may also give you some peace of mind.
hope this helps! post back!
soccergirl524 on 7/8/2010 9:59:00 AM
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