This is something that is thrown around a lot in the media. Magazines providing '10 easy ways to boost your self-esteem' and movies showing 'girl next door to bombshell' style transformations, all in a vain effort to attempt to show people that you too can be beautiful. But being shown something doesn't make you believe it.
Society for so long has imposed this idea of the 'perfect body' upon us, so much so that we have forgotten how to appreciate ourselves the way we are, and not the way we want to be. Dieting tips, slimmer fit clothing and airbrushed models all exist to try to make us aspire to be and look like the models in magazines. There's nothing wrong if you do look like a model, and there's nothing wrong if you don't, but what is wrong is that we are taught to feel bad if we don't look like Gigi Hadid or Ryan Gosling.
|She thought her feet and nose were too big|
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