This is me, continuing to push myself. I am trying to get more comfortable in my own body, especially with my legs. I deserve to be comfortable in my own skin and I’m working on reaching that goal. Normally, I don’t even feel secure enough in my own body, even when I’m home alone, so I almost always wear pants. However, I’m trying to become a bit more comfortable with myself. Over the past few days, I have been wearing pajama shorts around the house and while on walks. I need to become more secure with myself.

I’m posting these pictures of my legs that I took yesterday. I need to become comfortable walking around the house and the neighborhood in shorts. I also need to become comfortable knowing that these pictures are out there. And like yesterday’s post, I know that people are not focusing on me and my legs. I’m not the center of attention (thankfully).

My Legs Full 7-8-17

14 thoughts on “Learning To Be Comfortable In My Own Skin

  1. You are a beautiful person inside and out. What you’re doing is fantastic and I hope it helps you and no doubt you will inspire others to see the good in themselves too. Bravo!

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    1. Thank you. This was my second tattoo (I have six total). The bottom part of my tattoo on my thigh is about my life when I was using and how horrible it was. Then the middle part is about my transformation when I got sober. The top part is about living sober. Even though life can be rough living with bipolar disorder and PTSD, it’s a million times harder doing it while still getting using. I got sober 13 years ago, and I’m grateful for everything I have today.

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