TESSA:  “My insecurity is quite small compared to others, but it still irks me in a daily basis. I'm not exactly acne prone, but I definitely have struggled with my complexion immensely since the transition from high school to college. It's very discouraging since it is said people are typically more acne prone in high school. So I was kind of horrified when it popped up during my fresh start in college.  The thing that makes it even worse for me is it's mainly my own fault that it get so bad sometimes. I get nervous or stressed and my hands immediately go to my face. I'm very fidgety so my hands need to be constantly occupied or else I'll start gnawing away at those spots. This only makes them worse and this irritation continuously causes my own disappointment since I know that I shouldn't be doing it. But I've recently been trying to keep up a regular morning/nightly routine to help restore and rejuvenate my skin. It's working fairly well, but I've also had to tried to help myself and my flaws. I try to keep my hands away from my face and more importantly accept my spots for what they are. I'm not the kinda gal who wears immense amounts of makeup on her face, so I try to accept my complexion for what it is and try my best to improve my behavior and manage new stresses. This is one of those insecurities I don't hear very much about. But since I've opened up to talking about it, I've learned it's much more common. Which is encouraging in a way for me so I can hear others stories and how the overcame this silly habit.”

TESSA: “My insecurity is quite small compared to others, but it still irks me in a daily basis. I'm not exactly acne prone, but I definitely have struggled with my complexion immensely since the transition from high school to college. It's very discouraging since it is said people are typically more acne prone in high school. So I was kind of horrified when it popped up during my fresh start in college.
The thing that makes it even worse for me is it's mainly my own fault that it get so bad sometimes. I get nervous or stressed and my hands immediately go to my face. I'm very fidgety so my hands need to be constantly occupied or else I'll start gnawing away at those spots. This only makes them worse and this irritation continuously causes my own disappointment since I know that I shouldn't be doing it.
But I've recently been trying to keep up a regular morning/nightly routine to help restore and rejuvenate my skin. It's working fairly well, but I've also had to tried to help myself and my flaws. I try to keep my hands away from my face and more importantly accept my spots for what they are. I'm not the kinda gal who wears immense amounts of makeup on her face, so I try to accept my complexion for what it is and try my best to improve my behavior and manage new stresses.
This is one of those insecurities I don't hear very much about. But since I've opened up to talking about it, I've learned it's much more common. Which is encouraging in a way for me so I can hear others stories and how the overcame this silly habit.”

SABINA:  “Two in one shot. As my papa always said: "good girls are not supposed to show their teeth when they smile; they are either stupid or whores", so I almost never show my gap teeth. But look at me now, sending naked pictures to strangers :) ... aaand my mini tiny tit, as a result of a mild scolisois. I was too young and stupid to not cry (one and a half year) over one bf who slept with other "more equal gifted" one. Now I love not wearing a bra.  Even by sending you this I feel like I already passed a small milestone, so thanks!”

SABINA: “Two in one shot.
As my papa always said: "good girls are not supposed to show their teeth when they smile; they are either stupid or whores", so I almost never show my gap teeth. But look at me now, sending naked pictures to strangers :) ... aaand my mini tiny tit, as a result of a mild scolisois. I was too young and stupid to not cry (one and a half year) over one bf who slept with other "more equal gifted" one. Now I love not wearing a bra.
Even by sending you this I feel like I already passed a small milestone, so thanks!”

PAOLA:  “So, here we are, two parts of me that I really am ashamed of. First, my left ear. It has a bifid earlobe, as you can see... I always cover it with my long black hair, cause I find it kinda weird and ugly! And then, my biggest insecurity of all: my teeth. When I was a kid, I've had a lot of small accident and, now that I'm 26, this is the final result. I've tried every kind of dentist, but they only did worse. I've lost any hope about them and now, when I laugh or smile, I always try to cover them with my hand. I think they're horrible, really!”

PAOLA: “So, here we are, two parts of me that I really am ashamed of. First, my left ear. It has a bifid earlobe, as you can see... I always cover it with my long black hair, cause I find it kinda weird and ugly! And then, my biggest insecurity of all: my teeth. When I was a kid, I've had a lot of small accident and, now that I'm 26, this is the final result. I've tried every kind of dentist, but they only did worse. I've lost any hope about them and now, when I laugh or smile, I always try to cover them with my hand. I think they're horrible, really!”