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I hate my curves

 
 
All of my friends are smaller than me, and I feel so insecure around them. They all say that I’m not fat and that I’m gorgeous, but I don’t believe them. I have curves, boobs and a butt, which they don’t. All the guys love it, but that just makes me feel even more insecure. I have no idea why though. How do I fix this?
 
Every person has a different shape and you should celebrate your uniqueness. Embrace every curve you have. Think about Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian. These are beautiful women who own every curve and make voluptuousness a hot commodity.
 
It’s understandable to feel a little insecure if guys are noticing just these things about you, though. This attention to your physique may understandably be unwanted. Make sure to dress in clothes that complement and accentuate your body, but don’t expose or showcase any one part. Being comfortable in your clothes helps you to feel comfortable in your body. In due time, you’ll grow into your bod and hopefully start to love it.  
 
 

BY AMARA WATERS ON 12/12/2013 12:00:00 AM

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