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Hi everyone, in today’s video, I’m gonna
share with you 12 simple ways to love your body and feel confident as a skinny girl. I’m 5’6 but my weight is only 95 lbs. My body measurement is 29-23-34, and that
put me right under size triple 0 category. As you see, I’m naturally very thin, I don’t
have curves and I have a flat chest. BUT YOU KNOW WHAT?! I’m okay with being thin, having no curves
is not a problem and I fucking love my flat chest. But before getting to this point in my life,
I used to hate being skinny. You may think it’s easy to be skinny. And sometimes it is—I can eat a lot of desserts,
I don’t have to wear a bra, and whenever I try to go to the gym, I’m always being
told that “you’re already skinny enough.” But you don’t see the part where I am shamed
for being skinny. Everywhere I go, people say stuff like: “How
come you’re so thin?”, “You’re sooooo bony”, “Do you even eat?”, “Does your
family feed you?”, “You’re a walking skeleton”, “you’re gonna be blown away
in the wind” , “You should eat a burger” It hurts, you know. Constantly being told you’re abnormal takes
a toll on you and it makes you wonder if there’s anything fundamentally wrong with how you
naturally look. So when I say I get it, I get it! I understand that loving your body can be something so difficult. We’re all guilty of being overly critical
of our own bodies, especially with photoshopped images of curvy, well-endowed women that we
see on a day to day basis on social media. I used to look in the mirror and see plenty
of things that didn’t fit into the physical ideal that I had in my mind — I have no
curves, no boobs, and plenty of stretch marks here and there, my skin was not the smoothest,
my nose is flat and round, and there were just so many other things that I was insecure
about. I told myself that if only these things were
fixed, I would be happy. At night when I went to bed, I secretly daydreamed
about what it would be like if I woke up and had a perfect body and face, and if that happened,
everyone would love me and more importantly, I would be able to love myself. The unhealthy perception I had of my body
often held me back from doing the things I wanted. I didn’t dare to wear clothes that are revealing
or provocative, because I thought that I’m not sexy enough. As a skinny woman, I found it so difficult
to feel sexy and feminine for years. I found most of the clothes I tried on while
shopping was too loose in certain areas, especially around the chest and the butt. I also realized I subconsciously compared
myself to a lot to friends, family and famous people and influencers. Just 4 months ago, I still wanted to change
my weight to look more ‘curvy’ or more ‘proportionate’. I tried everything I could but my weight still
remains the same. It wasn’t until I started making small changes
in my mindset that had a hugely positive impact on how I see myself and my body. Now I’m completely happy with my weight. Because I’m healthy, I have a great relationship
with food, and I know I can make myself look good, so clearly there are no reasons I have
to change myself or how I look to fit into society’s standard of what a normal body
should look like. So that’s my story, and maybe you’ll find
some parts of it relatable to your own story. If you’re a skinny girl like me and sometimes
feel insecure about it, I want to share with you these 12 tips that have helped me tremendously
to learn to love my skinny body, and I think you will definitely find them helpful as well. With that said, let’s dive right into the
tips. Tip 1: Be conscious of who you choose as inspiration
Do you follow celebrities/ influencers that don’t look like you at all and make you
feel self-conscious whenever you look at their perfect pictures? If you do, it’s time for a change. One of the biggest things I did for myself
was reducing the time I spent on social media and unfollowing accounts that made me think
any less of myself. Since I started doing that, I saw a significant
improvement in my mental health and my body image. And also keep in mind that the vast majority
of the pictures you see online are not a true representation of how average people really
look like. These images are created and altered by beautifying
filters and apps and are not realistic goals to achieve. The person you are looking at has most likely
been airbrushed and altered to look “perfect” and they may not look like that in real life. You’ve got to decide to focus on yourself
and love your body because your body is real and whenever you see an image in a magazine,
ad, or social media, remind yourself that the image is intentionally created to make
you feel self-conscious so you would feel motivated to buy their products or services. Tip 2: Do not compare yourself to others. We all have that person whose physical appearance
we envy. This habit of comparing can be dangerous. When you become absorbed in comparing yourself
to another person, you’re damaging your sense of self. Not only will it make you feel jealous or
competitive against the person, but it will do no good in helping you love yourself. Remember the very person who seems so perfect
in your eyes has their own list of insecurities and body image issues. Don’t waste time and emotions staring at
pictures of perfect bodies and wishing to be one of them. If you need visual inspiration, find photos
of you at your best, not someone else at their best. Tip 3: Focus on the things that you’re grateful
for – instead of pointing at the things you don’t like (I know that’s always easier)
pick the body parts you like and learn how to embrace them and feel comfortable and happy
about having a healthy and perfectly functional body. Appreciate what you have and love your inner-self. Do not let the number on the scale or your
clothing size define who you are or what you are capable of. Nothing good will come from being mean to
yourself when you look in the mirror. I learned to love my body when I turned my
focus from my insecurities about my appearance to gratitude for everything my body enables
me to do. I am so fortunate to be able to walk, dance,
run, do yoga, Zumba, even have sex and basically everything I want to with my body. Every time I do something active, I think
about how grateful I am to be able to do so. “A healthy and active body is a beautiful
body.” Count your blessings, not your blemishes. Tip 4: Surrounding yourself with positive
language and inspiration. I truly believe in positive affirmations. If you don’t know what they are, affirmations
are positive statements that are meant to be repeated until the mind starts to believe
them as true. Verbalizing what you like about yourself helps
your brain to remember more easily than just thinking thoughts silently. I know that it may feel weird at first, it
may take some time to believe, but in time you will re-train your thought process to
be more positive and loving towards your body. When a negative thought about yourself enters
your head, take a deep breath, release it, and repeat your positive affirmations in its
place. You can personalize your daily affirmations
to whatever you see fit, just make sure they are positive statements. Write down a few simple phrases or words like
‘I am beautiful’, ‘I deserve to be confident’, ‘Different is beautiful’, “I am perfect
in my own way” and put them on your mirrors or places that you can see easily every day. Every time you see the affirmation, stop and
say it to yourself. Also, when you get ready in the morning or
before you go out, look in the mirror and say “I am attractive”, “I look amazing”,
“I am confident”. Keep that up and eventually, you will see
yourself in a more positive light. That’s exactly what I did to build my confidence
in less than a month. Do you use positive affirmations, let me know
in the comment! Tip 5: Look at yourselves in the same way
others look at you: Do you know that you are 20 percent more beautiful
to other people than to the woman you see in the mirror every day? Why? Because when you look at your reflection,
all you see is your physical form. You’re looking for flaws.” But when others see you, they also take in
your personality, style, intelligence, sex appeal and wit—the whole you. They don’t see all the flaws that you obsess
with, in their eyes, you’re beautiful, and I hope you can see yourself in the same way
that others see you. Tip 6: Treat yourself as your best friend:
It can be all too easy to be critical and hateful toward your own body. You have no problem criticizing your flaws,
but would you say the same thing to your mother or your best friend? Probably not. Make a point to stop speaking to yourself
differently than you would to those you love. Make a point to treat and talk about your
body in a way that aligns with how you would treat other people in your life. Don’t forget to give yourself compliments. Having love in your life starts with loving
yourself. You should view and treat yourself with the
same kindness and admiration you would with someone you love. Don’t hesitate to compliment yourself, go
easy on your mistakes, and forgive yourself when you mess up. Drop the self-hatred, and replace it with
understanding and appreciation. Be kind to yourself and treat yourself as
your best friend. Tip 7: Surround yourself with people who love
themselves. You develop the attitude and behaviours of
the people who surround you and people who you follow online . If you keep positive influences
in your life, you will adopt those attitudes which will help you love yourself, inside
and out. Look for people who are optimistic, kind to
other people, and most importantly, love and respect their body Tip 8: Steer clear of negativity. Going hand in hand with tip #7, stay away
from people who criticize your appearance or often rant about their own bodies. Their insecurities can rub off onto you and
get you thinking about what problems you have. Life is too precious to waste time self-loathing
or knit-picking about your body, especially when your own self-perceptions are usually
more critical than what anyone else thinks. If someone starts to bash or criticize their
own body or life, do not engage in the negativity. Instead, change the subject to something you
both can appreciate or make your exit. Tip 9: Flaunt the features you love – Love
your legs? Show them off. Have a nice small waistline? Show them off. Proud of your sexy neck and collarbone? Show them off. Wearing clothes that accentuate the body parts
that you love is a great way to shape your mind into becoming more positive and focused
on the beauty of your body. If you want to know what types of clothes
that look best on skinny girls with small boobs, check out my latest video “9 styling
tips for small boobs” right here! I’ll see you there Tip 10: Do things that make you feel good:
Think about all the things you could accomplish with the time and energy you currently spend
worrying about your body and appearance. Instead, treat yourself to activities that
make you feel sexy and confident. Take a long, hot bath and lather yourself
with coconut oil. Sleep in a sexy nightgown. Spend an afternoon going on a nature walk
or taking a calming yoga class. Do whatever makes you feel good about yourself
and the negativity and self-hatred will begin to diminish. Tip 11: Exude confidence. When you act like you have confidence, you
will feel good about yourself. Even if you don’t feel like you have any,
pretend. Pull back your shoulders, tilt your head up,
and smile. Smiling is one of the biggest things you can
do to improve both your self-image and the way others see you. If you hold yourself confidently, inner confidence
will follow too. I hope that through following these 12 tips,
you can start seeing the perfection in your so-call “imperfection”. Wanting to look perfect is one of the biggest
thieves of joy. It trains your brain to think you’re not
what you should be. But listen, There is no such thing as a perfect
body, and trying to achieve one is impossible. God created us for a reason and we look the
way we do because it’s meant to be. Everyone has their own unique shape that should
be embraced and not criticized. Your body is part of what has taken you through
life, and that is something to love. I hope you can treat yourself with the utmost
respect, stop obsessing over obtaining the “ideal” body, and instead focus on the
way being healthy makes you feel and what it gives you. You don’t have to change anything about
your body if you’re healthy and you take good care of yourself. You’re beautiful just the way you are. There’re no needs to follow society’s standards
and put pressure on yourself to look like someone else. We define our own beauty. If you’ve watched till this point of the
video, I want to invite you to my Facebook Support Group for Small-chested and Skinny
women, where we can share our story, support and inspire each other! Link to join in the description below! If you enjoy the video so far, don’t forget
to click that subscribe button because in my next video, I will answer a highly-requested
topic: “When will your boobs stop growing? Will my boobs ever get bigger?” As always, I would appreciate it a lot if
you take time to subscribe, like, share and comment on this video. Please leave a comment if you like what I’m
doing. It means a lot to me. I read all of your comments and I reply to
all of them. I really, really appreciate that you comment
because you know, there are hundreds, millions of videos on Youtube and it just means a lot
to me, that you’re here and you watch my video, so THANK YOU! But if you don’t have time or don’t think
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heart that you make it this far to the end of the video. (wow that was a long sentence). Okay, thank you, and till next time, “Love
yourself, be kind to yourself, and treat others the same way”, bye!

100 thoughts on “Being Skinny – How to love your thin body | I’m a size 000

  1. Hey beebees, have you ever experienced skinny shaming/ body-shaming? I would love to hear your story/ what you think about the topic 💕

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  2. I honestly loved this video, you are so positive and amazing. I was wondering if for maybe your upcoming videos if this has happned to you ofcourse, you could do some storytimes where you were brought down because of your body type and how you overcame it. It would be really interesting and relatable. Anyway love your videos❤

  3. Hey girl believe me ur sexier than those curvy girls god created a unique u ♥️and don't at all worry about stretch marks they can be cured through treatments and ur the best love u

  4. I love YOUUUU, thanks for making this video❤ I can relate so much, what's the deal with people commenting something bad about someone's else body???? can you just ignore the fact that someone's skinnier, fatter, shorter or taller than you??? I really want an answer. Ps: please never stop being so kind and INSPIRING❤❤❤❤

  5. I’m trying to work on my self confidence. I am really skinny and flat chested, and I worry that guys won’t want to have sex with me. Your videos help 😭❤️

  6. I always got insecure because I didn’t have your body type! It’s crazy to see how the littlest thought of putting yourself down is so toxic.
    Thank you for all of the affirmations and helping woman to love their bodies.💚
    SUBSCRIBED!

  7. Thank you for the tips! 💜You mentioned strech marks, Can you make a video of how to be confident with them, its one of my biggest insecurities 🙁

  8. Thank you for another beautiful video.
    If possible could you also trickle in advice and insights for us guys. A lot of your advice applies to us as well. 😁

  9. Don't worry Clara. They just envious at people like us who can eat a large supreme pizza without gaining any weight.

  10. I love slender women with little booties and flat chests. You are proof of how women of your body type are sexy.

  11. The most painful part is when people say: do u even eat food? :/ it really makes me angry.. I mean well I'm a normal human too… I'm not an Alien and I eat too 😑💔

  12. Such a great video 💙💙

    I hate it people do this thing where they say I need to come over and they'll fatten me up. Imagine if it was reversed and I said hey come over I'll help you lose that weight fatty. And I can't stand people just saying you're so tiny um what if I said whoa you're huge lady! Its just rude to say comments on others body and weight this is 2019 come on! They're jealous! I can't stand it.

  13. Thank you for making skinny positive videos! It's so nice to find women that can relate! It sucks hearing people say stuff like, "we need to get meat on you, you're a bag of bones". Someone did again last night and I told them it was rude and they looked offended that I called them out on it 😂🤷‍♀️ I would never reverse it and say something like that to someone that may have more weight on them.

  14. It makes me so happy to watch your videos, when i was younger I thought that I couldn’t be feminine because i didn’t have any curves or boobs.
    I’ve always had a skinny and boyish figure and i felt like i never looked girly enough.
    You are one of my inspirations 💖

    Keep going, and lots of love from norway💕💙

  15. I’m 5’4” and weight only 43 kgs. Flat-chested and not curvy. I don’t go out cause I’m insecure of my body. Thank you for this very inspiring video. Please continue to inspire skinny person like me. God bless and thank you. I’m your new subscriber.

  16. Im a 12 year old girl that is 171cm and 42 kg and every teeacher asks if im rating and kids say im skinny, bitch i know im skinny no need to point it out and I eat allot, even mord than You so stfu, and I just wanted to say that being called skinny isnt easy and it isnt a fucking compliment

  17. Guuuurrll you're my bestfriend already!! I love your contents so much and i absolutely love the way you present yourself ♥️ I am told to eat all the time, even when going shopping the people i'm with will complain to me how it's difficult to choose clothes for me because pants won't fit or the shoulder line isn't fit.. ugh. They don't know that it's very hard for us to gain pounds and even though we're skinny, we're very healthy. This is a small portion of the skinny shaming i get. I do get down every now and then because of this but now i get up more quickly than before because i decided to love myself. Thank you !!

  18. Clara, you're such an amazing person!
    Your videos really helped me to understand the importance of loving what you have, and what you were born with. Knowing that there are persons like you out there, making this type of videos to help others that may have insecurities about their bodys, make me deeply happy. I want to thank you for all the love you're spreading, you are BEAUTIFUL in every single way.

  19. We needed a real influencer who will actually change something😍😍 good job. Who else is glad they're here now when she can manage to answer us ?😂😂❤ (Can't wait for her to get her to become really famous and big on Youtube , she deserved it)

  20. Hi i really like your videos, I am from canada as well and would love to be your friend. which part are you in canada?

  21. Thank you so much for this!!!!! This helps so much cuz people just never stop telling me that I’m wayyyy toooo skinnnyyyyy
    They think calling you too skinny is ok but calling someone too fat is absolutely unacceptable but that’s not true
    They think it’s not hurtful when they grab my wrist and say ohhhh it’s so tinyyyyyy and when they tell me to eat something for God’s sake

    Thank you, I finally feel like I can relate to someone with this

  22. I get really depressed about my tall awkward height and skinny body but it makes me feel so much better knowing that I’m not the only one. Being constantly reminded that you are less womanly or desirable because my body isn’t trendy hurts so much. Forcing myself to eat and not gaining weight was incredibly depressing and I don’t want to go back to doing that. I will accept myself for the way I am. 😌❤️❤️❤️ seriously, thank you for making this video!

  23. Im really the same like you, im already fifteen going sixteen yet i have NO boobs my body shape is pretty much exactly like you and everywhere i go people call me flat and airplane runway or pancake or a man just because i have no boob at all and it really made me feel so insecure and at one point i cried so much every night about how life is so unfair and i kept watchings vids to learn how to grow boobs then i came across your video and omg uve inspired me so much i feel much more confident now that someone is exactly like me :>> i love u ok please continue making vids like this ❤️

  24. On the clip where you showed your body you are wearing some black short, but there not jeanish (if you got what i mean, they are from soft materials) i also wear those because 'normal' short are always too big around the butt and i just cant wear them ;( And also when i put my knees together, that my knees touch eachother, i have a huge hole betweem my thighs… i'm just so skinny but you know what? im gonna love myself from now on YASY

  25. as weird as this sounds, i alos have trouble gaining weight and going on runs and doing squats can get your metabolism going a little faster. still only 115 at 5'5". Exersize has nothing to do with making yourself fit standards or change the way you are and its unfair when people give you flack for going tot he gym, but we need it just as much as anyone else!

  26. I hate being skinny when you sit on a chair it hurts and people like look at you and be like do you ever eat ? And Why are you so skinny ? You should eat more ! I just HATE it ☹️🥺😫😩😣

  27. This is one of the only positive videos I could find about being skinny. I appreciate your positive and loving perspective! I think my favorite thing was “you don’t have to change anything about your body if you’re healthy and you take good care of yourself” It seems pretty obvious but it was nice to hear it out loud.

  28. You can be a model dear. I am 40 kg and 160 cm only. So I can't be a model, my height is less to meet a requirement. But something I don't like to being skinny is I often feel cold even not in AC area while I live in Indonesia where the climate is very hot.

    Do you feel cold like me?

  29. When i saw your body i was amazed at how elegant and beautiful you looked but i have the same body but still hate it this really shows how you nitpick your body!

  30. I am size 4 (size 0) in america and an extra small but I can lose weight just as easy as gaining weight so I eat everything I give myself and don't snack and I love that also I try increase my protein

  31. I love this video so much! People focus on body positivity for plus size women but skinny girls like us are overlooked. One time I was walking home from school when it was windy and the crossing guard said “wow I’m surprised someone as skinny as you didn’t get blown away!” I laughed but I was kind of shocked that she said that. I wish I was thicker and had breasts. Sometimes I hate being tall and thin (I’m 5’7’ and 109lbs, so I’m not as thin as you but still very thin and I have been picked on for it). I have tiny boobs as well. I’m a 32aa and I can maybe barely fit an A when my boobs swell from my period. Thanks so much for letting me know I’m not alone. I feel so alone sometimes bc all my friends have boobs and I feel like I’m the only one. I appreciate you and your channel so much <3

  32. The worst part is when people say 'eat more'
    I am like eating more than a normal person I am skinny because my metabolism is fast

  33. Thank you for this 😭 I usually wear 2 pairs of leggings under my jeans because people always say my legs are too skinny. 🙁

  34. I want to add that every guy has different preferences. There are some guys who find petite girls very pretty. Hope this helps skinny girls out there feel more positive in their own body! ❤️

  35. People don't get that you can control how your body metabolises food some people are naturally thin and some others are chubbier just stop judging people for something they can't control🙄

  36. This girl feels like the Mr. Rogers of body positivity! This video made me feel so much better about myself and gave me some great tips on how to embrace my thin frame. You go girl!

  37. GIRL I am literally like you
    I am 5 7 and 105 lbs. All my life I have struggled so much with body dysphoria, being so ashamed of my body especially my arms. Didn't help that I was always the lanky one, and because it was not socially acceptable to make fun of fat people, I would be the target of all the jokes. Ironically some of my chubby friends would joke about me, but I could never say anything back because THAT would be rude, lol.
    But now that puberty's hit and I've gained confidence, I realize that I am perfectly happy with how I am, I wouldn't want to be any other way, and I've gotten into modeling. The same body I was so ashamed of, once i learned how to love myself and take care of myself, has become something I am proud of and feel beautiful in, and I've made new friends who compliment me on the very things I used to be insecure about! Those who made fun of me in the past now envy me, but i've long left behind the negative vibes~
    You look stunning girl, keep up that positive energy xx

  38. im also underweight and people around my always tell me to eat more, i already did it but there was no change
    sometimes i feel hopeless but i try to love myself
    thank you so much for this video, i know im not alone
    love from bali ❤❤❤❤❤

  39. Ok here is something for skinny girls that might help you feel more confident… actually i hope it don't make me sound weird… XD (okay i maybe are 😉 )
    I think skinny girls are very attractive.
    I don't really know why i find you (the skinny girls) attractive but here is what i think makes me tick:
    You're very feminine, in the sense of fragility. I compare you to a headwark, beautiful yet you have to treat gently or you will fall apart.
    I know this is basically bullshit 😀 but from a pure physically aspect (in some sense i see every woman as flower you should treat that way. Its just that uhm "embodiment" ? )

    This goes probably into my psyche as a man. You know "big strong man do protect you ugh ugh!".
    Don't know why maybe because i as a man, i think a very average man.. not thin not thick, not overly muscle but normal, besides the fact that i am what most would call an albino^^ … love the feeling of being a protector. Just love that feeling of holding this adorable 45kg in my arms, which i could lift with one arm over my shoulder.
    Cant get the feeling of that by holding a big woman (no offense here intended).

    Okay tried to psycho analyze me why i like skinny girls but all i want to say is: Skinny girls, there are guys out there who REALLY think your sexy! (Hope i didn't creep you out with my insight of a random males perspective^^…)

  40. At least you know you are severely underweight. There are people who are in denial. Also looking at what you were eating during your morning routine, it is safe to say that you are eating healthily which is great. You will eventually put on weight once your metabolism drop or when you get married and have kids, so don't worry and enjoy your weight now.

  41. I used to feel so insecure because I was always so thin.My friends always ask me do I eat anything and when I say I do they don't belive me…But i really eat a lot,I used to overeat because I wanted to gain weight and i felt so sick…but I realised I am beautifall the way I am.I love food and I always could eat whatever I wanted.I love my body now and your video really helped me.

  42. telling someone why are they so fat and why are they so skinny is the same thing. fat shaming = skinny shaming. even my family shamed me and told me something's wrong with me when I was growing up but now I'm pretty happy with my figure today. except for boobs, trying to love them 😂😂 but I'm sure I will!

  43. You've got plenty of "curves". Curves is just another word for "fat". Despite all the phony "enjoy your fat" videos . . . the truth is noobody likes fat. It's unhealthy, ugly, and reeks of people who cannot control their appetites. You look excellent. Stay skinny.

  44. I'm like 5 2 and weight 95 pds. Every one is always talking about me, and I was always so skinny. But now I'm vegan so that's why everyone thinks I'm skinny

  45. You are actually so inspirational and moving. The other day I was literally crying because of my body . And I saw this video and I already feel better xx

  46. I feel like everything's wrong with me. I'm not only flat as a board in my chest area but I also have a super flat butt and no nice curve to my back. My legs are bowed too so I feel like I can't be proud of them either. AND I don't have the cute short torso and long leg look. My torso and legs are the same height. UUUUGH! I've never seen anyone who looks like me so I just feel super awkward and alien.

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