Oh :P sorry then, I don't think you're not good with words, English is not my first language...probably I just misunderstood what you said, my bad.
I feel you, I used to compare myself with everyone too. I guess we just have to learn to love our body and work hard to become the "best version" of ourselves.
I think most naturally skinny girls don't appreciate being skinny as much as we do, I mean we appreciate something more if we have to work hard to get it, they probably don't know how good it feels to be skinny because they've never been fat, if that makes sense...
lol anyway :) I'm really proud of you too, keep up the good work!
I wasnt trying to imply that :( (I, apparently, am NOT good with words), I was just trying to say comparing myself to ANYONE that looks amazing is bad for my self esteem and I shouldnt do it because I am proud of what I have accomplished, because some people genuinely do just get lucky in the gene pool and I am not one of those people...hence the ed :(
Sometimes I see a skinny girl walk past me and I just loathe her for being that amazing looking and not having to do anything other than be herself, I asked said girl the other day what her secret was and she shrugged and just said "I have always been this way", then she pointed out her two kids in the cart by her....sigh, but you know what? at the end of the day, my "skinny" body is something I can be proud of, no one "gave" it to me through some amazing genes, and I have to do sooooo much more than just sit on my ass, but I DID IT! Me and me alone, not some genetic fluke that puts me in the 7% of the population that just magically looks like that. At the end of the day I can say "I look good because I worked for it", and that makes it alllllll worth it! So take that "skinny girls" cause being healthy triumphs being "skinny" any day! :)
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