How do you feel about others seeing your body? For example, at the beach?
- My only issue with exposing my body is the initial response of having to undress into my bikini (taking off the clothes that hide my bikini) but once I have fully revealed myself to the public within seconds, my main focus changes from worrying what others think to worrying about how cold the water is, LOL. It does take me awhile (a lot of contemplating) to even get to the point where I am in my bikini, many times it takes someone else to urge me to get into the water before I even consider it. The only other time this would bother me is if I notice someone staring or watching me the whole time, it gives me anxiety and makes me feel uncomfortable ( I know people will glance ) but I don’t like when people stare. Many people see me as someone in great shape but I don’t always see that through my eyes and it makes me more self conscious.
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3 thoughts on “365 Days of Self Discovery: Health & Well-Being”
I always get uncomfortable when people stare at me even if they don’t intend to make me uncomfortable.
Yes, agreed. I grew up in a household where we were raised to never stare, so when people stare at me, I automatically think it is rude.
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Yeah I was always told not to stare but I guess not everyone thinks of it as rude.