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    Default I hate my adult body!

    I wish I had a child's body sometimes, I am female so it's obvious I am a adult because of certain features...

    I wish my breasts were not there and that I don't have to wear bras, I feel disgusted when I see them because they feel like they shouldn't be there! I guess someone would like my breasts for me if you get what I mean when I get a relationship, but I feels wrong on my body! I was devastated when they grew as it meant no more running around in the body I loved.

    I have a hour glass figure that feels wrongs as children don't have curves! Why couldn't of I had a smaller waist and then maybe I could fit into children's diapers more easily. I also have a annoying thing about my metabolism, it is not as fast as it used to be as I have stopped growing, so I am more likely to get fat and I am constantly trying to watch my weight! Little children do not need to worry about their weight plus I love food! I felt fat and wrong when my hips grew and my butt got bigger, I felt huge!

    I hate having hair anywhere else apart from my head, eye lashes and eyebrows! Like pubic hair, underarm hair and leg hair, it's disgusting! I have to shave it every week and it leaves cuts and spots where it used to be and it still has stubble! It will NEVER be the same than it used to be! Little children do NOT need to shave! I was disgusted as hell when I grew my first hairs, I even tried to pluck them out, I was like "what the hell are these!"

    Worst of all is my period, I get terrible stomach cramps for one and turn into a moody teenager! I am not a moody teenager! I am a kid! It reminds my constantly for about a week that I am adult and its laughing at me if it could, it comes back every month to laugh at me! I overeat when I am on my period and I don't want to go fat! I didn't mind the periods at first because they were lighter and didn't give me tummy ache, but when they got heavier I got terrible pains, but I did try to use a pad as a diaper but it leaked right through!

    I am too big, I am 5 foot 3-5 inches tall and weigh 8 stone 5-9, I remember when I was working in a kindergarten class for experience and the dangling decorations touched my head and I felt like a giant and a overgrown child! I am too heavy for ride on toys, for a crib, to be carryed, to sit in a highchair. I am too big to fit in a crib, to be carried, sit in a stroller and sit in a car seat! I always remember hating the fact I was going to get big and tower over everything I loved and children and I remember thinking how scary it would be to be so high off the ground looking down at my feet!

    If there is one thing I like is my face as it is quite childlike, it's rounded, rosy cheeked and I have blond hair and big blue eyes with long eyelashes.Click image for larger version. 

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    There is a down Side to my face though, I get spots on around my hair hair line, around my mouth and on my back, chest area and upper arms and I hate them as I never used to get spots before puberty! I also get dry skin from time to time and it's silly! Although it's an excuse to use johnsons baby lotion to moisturise myself! I felt like a puss monster when the spots came! I thought they were never going to appear but they did and it took me by surprise as I had bad spots an greasy hair for 3 years!

    I also find I have to pretend to be somebody i am not due to my adult body, I have to go to work, be involved in adult discussions, be exposed to swearing an d gross things like sex, I also have sexual interests that make me feel dirty and weird, I could live without sexual desire thank you very much! I get nagged at for adult stuff and it's not fair. I can't decide on that sort of thing! I will if I have to though!

    Sorry it was so long, I just had to vent, can anybody give me any suggestions to help me feel more comfortable with my body?

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    I'm not a religious person but I'll say this: "Be happy with what god gave you." None of us are perfect and the one's closest to perfect aren't necessarily happy. You look like a really sweet girl so stop worrying about what's on the outside and pay attention to what's on the inside.

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    I certainly know how you feel 😟 But you can't change many of those things, you just have to learn to accept it as part of who you are. Try and keep fit and some of those bits you don't like shouldn't get to big hopefully. Then all you can do is maybe dress in a way that takes your attention away from what you don't like seeing. It just another one of those tough things about being us.

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    I guess is not wrong if you're thinking to hate your adult physical body, but to be honest I just said that yourself is good enough, no other person have physical exactly like you and we all are different, we sometimes feel not accept on what we have, of course that was natural, we always felt wanted to be just like everyone else that we want, especially you who want to have body of small child again, sometimes I also think if I have child body, it would be nice, but I also need my adult body for work because if we work with small body would have been difficult, so I think we also need to appreciate our growth because you know that we are not eternal as well.

    But hey, you looks pretty at all.

    AEther*

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    Thanks, I always thought I was unattractive and unappealing to others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic View Post
    Thanks, I always thought I was unattractive and unappealing to others.
    You do have a cute face. Obviously, I can't see the rest to judge, and have no desire to. I'm married, way too old for you (I have a grandson about your age), and live on the other side of the ocean.

    That said, there are a lot of things we can all do to change not only our appearance, but others' perception of our appearance. I've known a number of women who weren't especially attractive based on any objective assessment of physical attributes, yet something about them, the way they moved, carried themselves, spoke, made me want to buy whatever they were selling. I suppose the easy answer is self-confidence, the hard part is getting to the point where you have reason to be confident. I think that's why many if not most female athletes are attractive. Part of it is they tend not to be overweight, but more important, they are confident in themselves and their abilities, and comfortable in their own skin. That can be advice, or that can be an observation, as you prefer.

    "I'm not an athlete, so how the hell does that apply to me?" Then read no further, because below this line is a challenge. There are a number of ways to skin the confidence cat. I'll leave it to others to do that. Bottom line:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic View Post
    I have a hour glass figure that feels wrongs as children don't have curves! Why couldn't of I had a smaller waist and then maybe I could fit into children's diapers more easily. I also have a annoying thing about my metabolism, it is not as fast as it used to be as I have stopped growing, so I am more likely to get fat and I am constantly trying to watch my weight! Little children do not need to worry about their weight plus I love food! I felt fat and wrong when my hips grew and my butt got bigger, I felt huge!

    I hate having hair anywhere else apart from my head, eye lashes and eyebrows! Like pubic hair, underarm hair and leg hair, it's disgusting! I have to shave it every week and it leaves cuts and spots where it used to be and it still has stubble! It will NEVER be the same than it used to be! Little children do NOT need to shave! I was disgusted as hell when I grew my first hairs, I even tried to pluck them out, I was like "what the hell are these!"

    I am too big, I am 5 foot 3-5 inches tall and weigh 8 stone 5-9, I remember when I was working in a kindergarten class for experience and the dangling decorations touched my head and I felt like a giant and a overgrown child! I am too heavy for ride on toys, for a crib, to be carryed, to sit in a highchair. I am too big to fit in a crib, to be carried, sit in a stroller and sit in a car seat! I always remember hating the fact I was going to get big and tower over everything I loved and children and I remember thinking how scary it would be to be so high off the ground looking down at my feet!

    If there is one thing I like is my face as it is quite childlike, it's rounded, rosy cheeked and I have blond hair and big blue eyes with long eyelashes.
    Much of your post reminded me of a girl I knew some time ago. Coincidentally, she went by the name "Angel". A young, married, 20-something, I met her at her first triathlon. She was about your size, cute, not overweight really, but kind of rounded and cute pudgy.

    When you talk about remaking your body, that's essentially what happened to her. She started taking the sport seriously, and over time, the training reshaped her body. I didn't even recognize her a couple of years later when I saw her at a race. She was long and lean where she had been kinda stumpy, and could've passed for a seventh grade girl, except maybe for a bit of weathering in her face. And she was fast. Not fast enough to beat me, but getting there. I'd have envied her husband except I knew from personal experience that the hours of training meant she was probably snoring on the couch by 9pm.

    That's not saying it's an easy transformation, just that it is possible, and can be done by otherwise ordinary people. I know what it takes, because I did something similar myself.

    Everyone uses the slow metabolism excuse, but that's all it is, an excuse. It didn't slow down, you (and I, and everybody) did. We get busy and don't do the things we did as a kid. Burning calories is time consuming, and we get lazy. Getting up at 5am to swim laps.... going out for a 10 mile run despite a blizzard.... 100 mile ride when it's 95...

    So I'm not saying you should become an obsessive/compulsive athlete.... just reminding you when you watch the Olympics next week, that those people were not born looking like that, or with those abilities. They are you, except they train several hours a day.
    Last edited by Maxx; 02-Aug-2016 at 19:14.

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    Sorry sweety the aweful truth is our bodies are traitorous things!

    We accept you as the little you truly are though not what those dastardly hormones do to your muggle life!

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    I know. I hate hormones!

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    I like my body the way it was!

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    Yea And lots of things I don't like about my for the adult body.

    It's constantly getting older, Even though I'm not.

    And it grows hair everywhere. Which needs shaving off.

    And it won't let me do the things I want to do like when I play on the climbing frame at the park it just Sainsbury able to do what I wanted to do.

    But there not alot that can be done about it.

    So i just Mack the best of it all and carry on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic View Post
    Thanks, I always thought I was unattractive and unappealing to others.
    You are quite the opposite, very cute and beautiful. Those rosy cheeks are adorable

    as for


    I am too big, I am 5 foot 3-5 inches tall
    I'm 6 foot 4 inches. I have to duck under most ceiling fans/lights or risk hitting my head on the lights.
    I have to duck underneath my shower curtain rod.
    I can't stand under my shower head completely, I have to lean over by at least a foot just to wash my hair and face.
    Its hard for me to get in/out of certain vehicles.

    ... I hope this doesn't come as weird or creepy, it's not my intent for it to be.

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