Originally Posted by Faceman
I just wanted to make a comment on your "don't have the body to flaunt" comment.
I have known many women with average or even not so good bodies that carried themselves well, dressed well, and projected an attitude that made them very attractive. And I have known many women with killer bodies that had poor posture, didn't carry themselves well, and projected a bad attitude...those women are not attractive at all...in short, you are as attractive as you feel and project to others...
Originally Posted by alexischristina
I agree Face, I meant to say something like that as well. I went to the beach with a friend yesterday and she was upset because I thought we should wear bathing suits and go swimming. I spent the first hour pointing out the fact that nobody has the perfect body
and she looked just fine. If you have a body, you have the body to flaunt, so long as you have the attitude to match.
"How to get a bikini body in one easy step: put a bikini on your body"
can apply to just about anything.
Yeah I have confidence issues as it is. I used to not care but then people would focus only on my faults like presence of stretch marks and it got to me.
Originally Posted by DancingArabian
I would stop asking her. If you're getting the same reaction all the time why do you think next time will be different?
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I feel I should clarify that I don't ask her. It's merely she blankly stares at me, which bothers me (and she knows that) and then over time voices her opinion. Or sometimes she just blurts it out as we're getting ready to leave the house
Sometimes the whole family, including my dad, gangs up on me about what I'm wearing.
I am a very modest girl. Even all of my shorts are on the long side. I don't do daisy dukes and usually wear tights under my skirts especially for work because I don't like showing a ton of skin.
So I guess I'll try to just stay neutral and not get all riled up. I'll be moving out in December anyway so I can keep it all together until then!