In this day and age, appearance seems to mean a lot more than it should. Models are rail-thin and there seems to be an epidemic of bulimia and anorexia. There's just so much pressure to be perfect, skinny and tanned like the movie stars in Hollywood.
So what would you like to look like, ideally? If you didn't have to worry about the pressures from the outside world, if it didn't matter what we all looked like, How would you like to be?
Why can't your current appearance be perfect for you? What about yourself is hard to accept and be comfortable with?
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I'm Korean but I grew up in the States. I went back to Korea for the first time in 9 years. I was horribly discussed and disappointed to see what girls there go through. Having plastic surgeries on their eyes, nose, and even get their skin color lightened so that they would look more like Caucasians. Starving themselves so that they would be stick skinny. Removing their calf muscles because it makes their legs look fat! A person who's considered average in United States would be considered fat in Korea. It is quite sad.
I guess it is okay for a person to do whatever to their body as long as it's not hurting anybody else. But I believe plastic surgeries DO harm others by setting the examples on others. To be honest, I was tempted. But I thought, they really don't do much. We are not always going to be beautiful. We are all going to be older and lose they youth that we once had.
To conclude, I believe appearances are all upon how confident you are in yourself. I'm pretty happy with the way I look. I exercise regularly, I eat healthy. I have a boyfriend who thinks I'm beautiful. That's all that matters to me.0