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Hello, I’m Kendra! I’ve been following this blog since I first got a tumblr and have finally decided to submit! 
This year is the first time in 7 years that I have worn a shirt with no sleeves or back, and it feels wonderful!
For a long time I have been dealing with eczema and acne on my arms, shoulders, back and chest. It made me feel embarrassed and extremely self conscious to the point that I wasn’t comfortable wearing anything that didn’t have a back or sleeves, even around my own home.   I’ve always loved swimming ever since I was little but since I started having the breakouts the thought of swimming turned from exciting to horrifying. I always wore t-shirts over my swim suits and told people “my skin is sensitive to the sun”. Any time I went to a dance or special event I always felt it necessary to wear some kind of shrug or cardigan over my dress. I always envied everyone I saw with their nice clear skin able to be confident enough to wear whatever they wanted.
Well finally this year I decided to put all my anxiety and embarrassment aside and wear what I wanted. I went to the beach in my cute bikini, I wore strapless and sleeveless dresses and tops, and day by day my skin began to clear up and now I have all the confidence that I always envied all those other girls for having.
I finally feel in control of my body and I feel the best I have in 7 years! I still have some scars on my skin but I could care less because I love my body and I look beautiful in my little spaghetti strap dresses! ♥
Don’t let you’re body define you! LOVE IT! You’re ALL BEAUTIFUL!
BE BRAVE! JOIN THE BODY PEACE REVOLUTION!

Hello, I’m Kendra! I’ve been following this blog since I first got a tumblr and have finally decided to submit! 

This year is the first time in 7 years that I have worn a shirt with no sleeves or back, and it feels wonderful!

For a long time I have been dealing with eczema and acne on my arms, shoulders, back and chest. It made me feel embarrassed and extremely self conscious to the point that I wasn’t comfortable wearing anything that didn’t have a back or sleeves, even around my own home.   I’ve always loved swimming ever since I was little but since I started having the breakouts the thought of swimming turned from exciting to horrifying. I always wore t-shirts over my swim suits and told people “my skin is sensitive to the sun”. Any time I went to a dance or special event I always felt it necessary to wear some kind of shrug or cardigan over my dress. I always envied everyone I saw with their nice clear skin able to be confident enough to wear whatever they wanted.

Well finally this year I decided to put all my anxiety and embarrassment aside and wear what I wanted. I went to the beach in my cute bikini, I wore strapless and sleeveless dresses and tops, and day by day my skin began to clear up and now I have all the confidence that I always envied all those other girls for having.

I finally feel in control of my body and I feel the best I have in 7 years! I still have some scars on my skin but I could care less because I love my body and I look beautiful in my little spaghetti strap dresses! ♥

Don’t let you’re body define you! LOVE IT! You’re ALL BEAUTIFUL!

BE BRAVE! JOIN THE BODY PEACE REVOLUTION!

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  4. fuckyeahthehappylife said: I have eczema too! &might I just say that you are gorgeous.
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  6. my-sophrosyne said: I have eczema too! Nice to see this confidence here!
  7. ohbowie said: omg she’s beautiful!
  8. uninvitedfiasco said: I’m glad you’ve come to this point in your life. That you’re able to feel comfortable with yourself and such, I mean.