Curve Appeal
Age: 19
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 150
Dress size: 8/10
My first post! & hopefully not my last..
Learning how to love myself has been a struggle my entire life, and learning how to love my body for what it truly is has been an even bigger challenge. Growing up, I always played with Barbies and obsessed over princesses, and as a result, I grew up thinking that was what I was going to look like when I got older. But as I’ve grown it has become more and more apparent that I will never look like a disney princess. My mother was never a good advocate for thicker girls either - constantly trying to get me to lose weight, as she also happens to be the same height as me but weighs at least 25 pounds less, if not more than that. 
Throughout the years I have tried dieting, throwing up and not eating, as well as eating healthy and exercising often. Within the past year my weight has fluctuated 10 pounds up and down or so, and I have realized that I just need to accept myself and my body for what it was meant to be, which isn’t a tall slender victoria’s secret model body. It’s been really hard and has taken nothing short of making a conscious effort day in and day out of reminding myself that I am beautiful the way I am. I’ve made some process, but I’m still on the way to trying to think I am beautiful. I have finally gotten the courage to post my own picture thanks to this blog! I hope that everyone can realize how beautiful they are, especially when they love themselves. 

Age: 19

Height: 5’4”

Weight: 150

Dress size: 8/10

My first post! & hopefully not my last..

Learning how to love myself has been a struggle my entire life, and learning how to love my body for what it truly is has been an even bigger challenge. Growing up, I always played with Barbies and obsessed over princesses, and as a result, I grew up thinking that was what I was going to look like when I got older. But as I’ve grown it has become more and more apparent that I will never look like a disney princess. My mother was never a good advocate for thicker girls either - constantly trying to get me to lose weight, as she also happens to be the same height as me but weighs at least 25 pounds less, if not more than that. 

Throughout the years I have tried dieting, throwing up and not eating, as well as eating healthy and exercising often. Within the past year my weight has fluctuated 10 pounds up and down or so, and I have realized that I just need to accept myself and my body for what it was meant to be, which isn’t a tall slender victoria’s secret model body. It’s been really hard and has taken nothing short of making a conscious effort day in and day out of reminding myself that I am beautiful the way I am. I’ve made some process, but I’m still on the way to trying to think I am beautiful. I have finally gotten the courage to post my own picture thanks to this blog! I hope that everyone can realize how beautiful they are, especially when they love themselves. 

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