By nerdlette - United States - Newport News
Today, I was feeling really down and insecure after a friend joked about how small my boobs are. When my grandma got me to tell her what happened, she reassured me that all the girls in our family were late bloomers. I said "Really?" and she replied, "Oh no dear. Quite the opposite." FML
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Exactly! With big boobs comes the higher likelihood of skin problems (rashes, irritation, gross underboob sweat, etc.) sagging at a young(er) age, stretch marks, back/neck/shoulder problems, clothing/shopping issues, other health issues, and all sorts of other things. Plus there is sometimes unwanted attention and even women with big(ger) breasts get made fun of!

I guess the grass is always greener though...

  Laurenlou  |  24

#27-Everything you said was spot on. I was an "early bloomer" and I hate the neck and back pain I get from having larger breasts. Exercising is always frustrating because even a sports bra doesn't stop the bouncing when I run! I do sometimes wish I was smaller, but in the end, we women have to realize that our boobs are for feeding babies. No matter what size boobs are, they will always be capable of their purpose.

  kewpiesuicide  |  29

I used to be really insecure about my small chest but I've learned to love it. I would look strangely proportioned if they were any bigger and all my friends refer to them as 'their favorite tits'.

By  tbro47  |  23

Count on your grandparents to be brutally honest and you'll never be let down. Don't worry too much though every guy has different tastes just like every girl does.

By  PurelyCanadian  |  18

Boobs are boobs. I was a "late bloomer" - and I wish I hadn't bloomed at all. You'll get there. And even if you don't - they're just physical attributes. They don't define you. You'll learn to love your body for other reasons. :)