Monday, April 17, 2017
I recently went on vacation with a coworker and I noticed that every time she took a picture of me I would examine it and look for everything wrong with my body (arms, legs, etc). I can't remember even looking at a picture and saying I really like it.
I'm really bothered by the way I look at photos just to look for flaws. I am so worried about what others will think that I don't stop for a second to wonder if they'll ever look at a photo and say wow she looks nice.
I noticed that whenever I'm stressed I resort back to hating myself and finding flaws. This is the picture I took in Orlando that gave me so much anxiety. "My legs are huge", "my arms are so fat" "people are going to think I'm getting fat."
I am going to push myself for the next couple of days to really improve my relationship with the camera and mirror. Any tips or advice?