Q&A: How Can I Accept My Body If I Know I Am More Attractive When I’m Thinner?

  1. Alex says:

    THANK YOU for answering my questions.

    Yes, I think I made a bigger deal out of weight than it is. But I’m still not sure if it’s just about society. I think people are – because of biology – attracted to certain body shapes and a healthy look but within a wide range.

    I was thinking a lot and… well, I still would like to lose some pounds. But I won’t try to. It’s not worth it. Okay, I will try to deal with my emotions through other ways than food but mostly because it’s not good for my life quality, it’s just not a healthy way.

    If I lose some pounds, I would be happy about it – and if I don’t, it would be okay, too. I still accept and love myself. I’m still beautiful. I mean, there can always be some stupid little things you could worry about. If it’s not getting in your way too much, I would let them just as they are and accept them. Because, if you obsess about small imperfections, you will never be happy – you can always find more things to worry about because no person on earth is perfect.

    “Decide you are beautiful and you are beautiful.”

    I liked that. Yes, beauty is so much more than weight. It’s also a reflection of self-care and CONFIDENCE. You should not let others bring you down but love yourself. At some moment, people will see you the same way you see yourself.

    So those are my conclusions. I’ll stop worrying about my weight because it’s just not a way I want to live. I’ll start concentrating on other things in life. Thank you again, I love your thoughts. 🙂