I never thought that something so insignificant could have such a big impact on my life. It all started when I was in secondary school.
I was a late bloomer, so when my peers started developing larger ‘neh neh’, I felt like I was left behind. I was embarrassed by the size of my chest, and it started to have a profound impact on my self-esteem.
I always felt like I was the odd one out. Whenever my friends would talk about their bra sizes, I would feel a pang of jealousy. It seemed like their ‘neh neh’ were growing by the day, while mine were stuck in a state of stagnation.
I felt like my chest was an embarrassment. I was so ashamed of my body that I dreaded going to school.
My friends would make jokes about the size of my chest, and I couldn’t help but compare myself to them. I felt like my ‘neh neh’ were the size of grapes, while theirs were at least the size of oranges. I felt like I was inadequate, and it only made my low self-esteem worse.
My depression only worsened with time. I stopped hanging out with my friends, and instead I chose to stay in my room and isolate myself from the world. I was embarrassed by my body, and I was sure that nobody would ever find me attractive. I felt like a complete failure.
I was so desperate to make my ‘neh neh’ bigger that I even tried some dangerous methods. I started taking over-the-counter supplements, hoping that it would help me achieve the results I wanted.
Unfortunately, nothing seemed to work. My ‘neh neh’ remained stubbornly small, no matter how much I tried.
It took me a long time to realize that my ‘neh neh’ didn’t define me. I finally accepted my body for what it was, and I stopped comparing myself to my peers.
I learned to love myself, flaws and all. I’m still not completely comfortable with my chest, but I’ve made a lot of progress.
My story isn’t unique. Many women feel the same way I do about their bodies, and it’s important to realize that you’re not alone.
No matter what size your ‘neh neh’ are, it’s important to love yourself and accept your body. Life is too short to feel ashamed of something so insignificant.