In addition to my stretch marks and my over-pronation problem, I hate going out with my friends. I hate going out at all. Especially when there is a huge amount of people of whom I know are people who are going to judge. It's terrible, and I hate people for that same reason. The only person, besides my family and my one and only best friend, is my boyfriend. Something in the way he looks at me, the way he talks to me, makes me feel secure, as if in a sanctuary. But I hate my body..
Hi! I, too, am I size zero, and have stretch marks. It really sucks, doesn’t it? I don’t know about you, but my stretch marks came from my biggest growth spurt. I was 5ft in the 5th grade. Awkward class photos.
The stretch marks on my inner thighs are horrible. I’ve always been so utterly self-conscious over them; very, very embarrassed. I used to be scared to wear bathing suits or shorts, because I felt as though I looked like some deformed freaks. But then….I started meeting people like you - People who have the same problem!
It’s super comforting to know that you’re not alone in something like that. Having flaws is only human, in fact, flaws make you special. I’m sure you are so beautiful, and your flaws seem flawless.
The fact that you have a boyfriend who makes you feel comfortable in your own skin, is incredible. You have your family, your best friend, and a boy you love who are all proud of the person you are, both inside and out! Who else really matters? I’ve found that knowing my partner finds me attractive, makes me feel less…ugly. Being able to openly display your imperfections in front of someone whom you want nothing more than for them to think your perfect…that’s something special.
You’re stunning, and the only person who can truly make you think otherwise, is yourself. Accept yourelf, as those who love you have accepted you. Try and see yourself through their eyes, and it’ll do wonders for your confidence.