Curve Appeal
So, I’ve followed this blog for a long time. I finally decided to just go for it and submit because I’m tired of being self-conscious and afraid of what others might say. I see girls on here talking about flaws they have and the insecurities they’ve struggled with and I just think they’re CRAZY. Seriously, you all are so gorgeous and freaking smokin’ hot. So, I started wondering if maybe I’m being crazy too and am actually nowhere near as bad as I think! 
I’m currently the heaviest I’ve ever been and it’s been really difficult for me to see myself as beautiful with the extra weight. But then I looked back at some old pictures of myself and remembered how even when I was much smaller than I am now, I STILL was unhappy with my body. Then it hit me that accepting your body as beautiful isn’t about a number on the scale (scales have never really been my thing anyway, but you know). Believing that your body is worthy of love and respect is a mindset. It’s a way of life. And it is now that I’m at my heaviest weight that I’m finally understanding that my body is beautiful right now, just the way it is, because it’s mine.
I’m also engaged to my best friend in the universe and he has been so patient and wonderful through all the ups and downs of my battles with insecurity. He has never stopped telling me how gorgeous and sexy I am and how I’m his goddess. Seriously. His constant tenderness and support has gotten me through my worst days and I can’t wait to marry him at year’s end.
Thank you so much for running this blog. It’s helped me realize that I’m not alone.
Size 38 DD. Measurements 43-34-45. 14/16.

So, I’ve followed this blog for a long time. I finally decided to just go for it and submit because I’m tired of being self-conscious and afraid of what others might say. I see girls on here talking about flaws they have and the insecurities they’ve struggled with and I just think they’re CRAZY. Seriously, you all are so gorgeous and freaking smokin’ hot. So, I started wondering if maybe I’m being crazy too and am actually nowhere near as bad as I think! 

I’m currently the heaviest I’ve ever been and it’s been really difficult for me to see myself as beautiful with the extra weight. But then I looked back at some old pictures of myself and remembered how even when I was much smaller than I am now, I STILL was unhappy with my body. Then it hit me that accepting your body as beautiful isn’t about a number on the scale (scales have never really been my thing anyway, but you know). Believing that your body is worthy of love and respect is a mindset. It’s a way of life. And it is now that I’m at my heaviest weight that I’m finally understanding that my body is beautiful right now, just the way it is, because it’s mine.

I’m also engaged to my best friend in the universe and he has been so patient and wonderful through all the ups and downs of my battles with insecurity. He has never stopped telling me how gorgeous and sexy I am and how I’m his goddess. Seriously. His constant tenderness and support has gotten me through my worst days and I can’t wait to marry him at year’s end.

Thank you so much for running this blog. It’s helped me realize that I’m not alone.

Size 38 DD. Measurements 43-34-45. 14/16.

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    You are stunning. Absolutely stunning! I see no flaws!
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  8. celestejean said: Love your spirit, sweet dear. Your man is right to tell you those things!
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  10. girlzwithcurves said: Hi, just wanted to say you are lovely…and yes it’s not about the numbers, it’s about the state of mind and accepting yourself as a beautiful human being, Shi xoxo
  11. tfmep said: Beautiful :)