Strip Me

No matter what, everyone will always have their own insecurities.

With my ovarian cyst[1. 2.5″; on my right side], I’ve gained weight, and I don’t like that. I know I’m not fat, but I am starting to feel like it more and more. If I stretch or do a lot of physical activity, my right side starts to hurt. I don’t like it – I don’t like it at all.

I really don’t like my nose, either. I have my dad’s nose, and I find it to be big. 🙁

I don’t like my acne that appears when I break out thanks to a nasty allergic reaction to something, either. That’s really only when I ever break out and get acne. Thank you, Neutrogena, for making the only facial product that does not make me break out, and then offering it only seasonally. Yeah, I was the dumb one to not stock up last time, I get it. :/ According to their Store Finder, the nearest store is in Rockwall, TX – which is 28.73 mi away. That’d be a waste of gas. 🙁

Moving on, I found the laptop I want. I really like it. It will be in place of the HP Slate I bought but didn’t want. The one that Lard and my mom decided to make a deal with me on since I didn’t like it. 🙂

Strip Me is a song by Natasha Bedingfield, before you think I’m promiscuous or anything of the sort. -.-

Lately, the majority of my blog posts have been of song lyrics/song titles… Have you noticed?

…Can you guess which soundtrack is indirectly featured on my website? (Hint: It’s on the sidebar, in the titles.)

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Hey, Liz…

I’m still very insecure and I guess I always will be. I can stand in front of the mirror for an hour naming the things I don’t like about myself. I’ve tried to do the opposite and name the things that I DO like, but eh, its not in my nature lol.

Huh that’s weird that Neutrogena only offers that product seasonally. Sucks! I use their cleansers too, I actually really like their bar face soap in the summer because my face is completely oil free when I use it.

Oh, nice laptop! I need to replace my HP laptop – I hate it. I’m almost positive that I’m getting a mac though and eventually will replace my desktop with a mac too. I’m shopping for a new graphics card right now!

Um I’ve no idea what soundtrack your site refers to, so since I’m bored I googled the songs and came up with Gnomeo & Juliet? XD

Sometimes we can be very critical of ourselves because we are the ones who notice everything about our bodies/face/etc. I think we are our worst critics when it comes down to it. I tend to get self conscious about my body as well sometimes. On a lighter note, that laptop looks awesome. I’ve heard nothing but good things about the Vaio.

It must be horrible feeling like you can’t do a lot of physical activity in case you hurt yourself. :/ I didn’t think small cysts were much of a problem. Obviously I was wrong.

I have my Dad’s nose too. I don’t like it. I think it’s too big and unfeminine.

I always find Neutrogena’s range really good. I love their oil-free moisturiser. It’s the best moisturiser I’ve ever used.

Anorexic posts make me feel sick too. There was one called “hipbone love” or something along those lines and the pictures were of these girls with hipbones sticking out. The “skin and bone” saying couldn’t be more true. I don’t find it attractive or beautiful at all. I really wish some girls could see sense and be healthy.

@Aileen, I agree. I know that there a lot of “Thin Love” blogs on Tumblr and Xanga. It’s really disturbing. They all have this goal weight of 100 lbs or even 75 lbs, and they’re anywhere from 12 to 25. I used to talk to them, when they weren’t anorexic, and they were nice. Then they began coming across these Thin blogs, and started to act the same, and told me that they were fat, and asked me how I could eat. Or they have posts of their diet – which seems to consist of a banana and yogurt, or yogurt and granola, and I just don’t understand it. 🙁 It’s really sad and sickening. :/ Then again, that’s why it’s a disorder.

To have a 2.5 mm cyst, that’s actually pretty big for a person of my size and age, so… It’s not small – it’s not small at all. 🙁