Most Helpful Guy
Oh, so appearance still matters to people? Hah!
Humanity won't make it very far with that mentality. The woman body is beautiful! Don't mock yourself! Compromise, it's no wonder people feel like disposable machines!
If you still believe in appearance then you think like an peacock!
Most Helpful Girl
I don't know how to see a photo of your body? But I'll go off of the comments that it looks perfectly healthy. Your issue isn't with your body, it's with your mind. You have to overcome your insecurities, and I know that's easier said than done. #1 should always, always be YOU. You need to focus on and learn about self love, positivity, affirmations, etc. Talk to a counselor, start exersizing with a personal trainer (not just to improve your physique, but more importantly to improve the way you view yourself. Working out will boost feel good chemicals in your brain, boost your mood, energy, everything), eat a better diet (it's amazing how much sugar and junk affects our moods). Talk to your doctor, you may benefit from an anti depressant. Go outside more and take vitamin D as well as a multivitamin, maybe even extra B complex. Being outdoors reconnects you and boosts your mood. Change up your life some; redecorate your house, or at least rearrange the furniture, add in a splash of a new color with pillows and curtains, etc, paint some walls, join a yoga class, join a self defense or hand to hand combat class (this will boost your confidence as well). Go get a makeover & learn how to apply good makeup. Go change your hair color & buy some new clothes that make you feel good. Even if you feel nervous about it, get a photographer and do a boudoir photo shoot. Find a reputable photographer, be safe. Listen to self love audio on YouTube, get a bunch of sticky notes and on each one, write positive things about yourself and stick them on your bathroom mirror. Say them to yourself daily. You'll start believing them. Go on a girls trip, go flirt with men, take a painting class, go kayaking, go be free and enjoy the outdoors. And fake it until you make it- meaning act confident. Walk with your head up, good posture, make eye contact with people, smile your ass off, and give out compliments to others. Sounds strange maybe, but faking confidence actually starts turning into real, actual confidence. Stop hating on yourself, even when you're joking. Stop saying things like "if I had that ️Body", "I look ugly today", "I wish I looked like that". Every time you do that, even when you're joking, you are feeding your insecurities. Replace it with things like "damn, I am rocking this dress!", "My hair looks amazing", "I can do this!". And everytime you accidentally let one of the negative things pop in your head or out of your mouth, say 3 positive things to counteract it.