By PixiXOXO - 26/07/2012 18:07 - Denmark - Birker?d
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11: Working out is good advice, regardless of the specific problem. Proper exercise makes fat people thin, skinny people athletic and sexy, and has a strong tendency to improve confidence. Moles, funny nose, big feet, whatever: the OP will probably feel a lot better about her body with more exercise in her life.
109, I don't see how you found what 74 said rude. Exercise is a very important part of a healthy lifestyle, and can boost confidence. When you work out you tend to feel good, especially if you've been doing lots of it. In my opinion it can boost your mental and physical state, which is a good thing, and by saying what 74 said, he told the truth in a way that was not offensive to the average person.
yeah of course, i totally get that and i agree, but when i read the comment, i took it as they're implying that shes fat, when she might not be. because if someone was underweight they could still feel incredibly self-consious, and working out wouldnt help. i didnt mean to upset so many people, its just how i understood it.
133: Certainly exercise isn't the solution to every problem and insecurity, but it does have a strong tendency to help self-esteem and confidence in a general way. You'd be hard-pressed to find a doctor or mental health professional who wouldn't recommend exercise to patients/clients--but that doesn't mean exercise will cure every problem by itself. 160: Exercise is definitely good for underweight people, except that they should aim to build up rather than slim down. Unfortunately many girls get the stupid idea from the media that skeletons are sexy. In fact, most people are far more attracted to athletic-looking bodies, and on that basis, exercise is awesome.
yeah thats true, but i didnt mean in like muscle mass. my friend is a dancer and shes extremely muscular, but shes still 20 lbs underweight. but she also doesnt have to be either of those, she could still have a perfectly average body, and still feel horrible about it.
Yes I find them a them lot too. This one is just a baby, and he crawled out of my cat's litter box while I was cleaning it. He didn't seem to be scared of me and he was very cooperative while I took this picture. I thought about keeping him as a pet, but I just put him outside instead. That's where he belongs. :)
Every one is beautiful in their own way. You shouldn't be so hard on yourself. (:
Sorry babe, I know that feel. That was how I felt when I was anorexic. You gotta love yourself...
That sucks op. Maybe one day you can get over it! And try and hit the gym every once and a while. The results make you feel good trust me.:)
16: She might not be fat, but exercise usually helps rather than hinders your appearance. It makes people feel accomplished and can boost self-esteem and morale, so even if OP isn't fat, it isn't bad advice unless they take it too far and start overworking themselves. OP, I know this is cliche, but nobody's perfect- why bother worrying about your flaws when you're bound to have some anyways? I'm sure there's someone out there that would like your body and would be willing to help you through your insecurities. Honestly, if you're really bothered you could consider seeing a therapist- even if you only have minor problems, they would take the time to help you out.