That horrible insecurity: The worst part about dating is the not knowing. For a while, it feels like finding this special someone actually minimizes your insecurities, but when the new relationship glow fades, a relationship is just one extra stress during an already stressful and insecure time. The teenage years: the part of our lives where we notice every single curve, bump, scar and mark on our bodies and we finally start to look at our bodies. Your biggest critic at this point is you! And we all know that sometimes, we can be really mean to ourselves, unjustifiably mean. Why should we feel like we have to open up these vulnerabilities to someone else? Why should we feel that someone else needs to accept the way we are when we are still accepting our individualities? At this stage of your life, you are the only person who needs to find you beautiful, nobody else. The disappointment: You feel relaxed and in love… and then it often just goes downhill from there.
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