I'm a teen (sophomore) and I'm in my awkward stages of a teenager. I feel so self-conscious all the time about my looks(my face mostly) and I feel so ugly and disgusting looking. It really gets me down and I HATE taking photos because I'm always the ugliest one there. I really hate my smile also and my height(I'm 5'11) and the way I'm built. I'm not fat or anything but I have like no curves. Which is weird because most women in my family do. My mom and sister have big boobs but me no I have a small chest and like no booty at all:( when are these stages of a teen over? I really hate myself at the moment and I wish I was gone and not here anymore:'(
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STOP. You are making me want to bang my head. :-)
Your LIFE is not your sophomore year. Your sophomore is a snap in time of your entire life. It is a stage, and this time next year, you will be different in many ways, and the same in others.
You are not going to be defined (unless you allow yourself to be) with whether you have big boobs or little boobs, a big bootie or a little bootie, whether your face is "perfect" (whatever that is) or not "perfect." You are going to be defined by the things that you can control like: Being compassionate, empathetic, faithful, honest, kind, fun, a hard worker, etc. You fill in the blanks.
There are meaning hurting messed up people in the world. The great thing is, you have time to grow, mature and make a difference. You can smile, love other people, be a positive influence. You can CHOOSE not to worry about the things you cannot control... or you can choose to worry about them, and watch your life float by.
Finally there is a very famous quote - "...whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things." I love that quote "WHATEVER IS TRUE, NOBLE, RIGHT, PURE, LOVELY, ADMIRABLE - think about such things."
Is that what you are thinking about? Perhaps you should sweet one...3
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