I feel conscious about my appearance. How can I change that? ?
Last Updated: 11/10/2018 at 01:36PM
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Sep 18th, 2018 05:53PM
Be confident about yourself and how you carry yourself. There is no need to be conscious about yourself all the time. There are many people who dress in different manners and no one has much time to always criticise you or praise you for your appearance. So dress up the way you are confortable and okay with, without thinking about what others think about your appearance. One must be confident about their self in order to carry themselves very well.
Sep 20th, 2018 09:04PM
Glenn Cajetan Nunes
If you are conscious about your appearance - it means it matters to you - what impression others have about you. Yes, one has to be decent/ presentable in their appearance socially but do not go to the point - where you forget to be your own unique self. If you feel that maybe a fitness routine or a wardrobe rejig is needed, then by all means take steps accordingly. But if it is about being accepted by others then I feel - you should accept yourself first. Be comfortable in your own skin. I feel people accept those - who accept themselves as they are.
Oct 11th, 2018 01:36PM
D Phani Bhushan
It happens with most of the people. It's nothing wrong until unless it is effecting your self-esteem and confidence levels. In a society that emphasizes appearance, it’s easy to let your feelings about looks overtake all other aspects of your self-esteem. Let’s turn to practical ways that you can apply these findings to your own appearance self-esteem: 1) Try to define yourself in ways other than how you look. 2) Wear clothing that’s actually comfortable. 3) Take a break from the mirror. 4) Focus on keeping healthy. 5) Last but not the least, Smile often. As corny as it sounds, people like other people who smile. Plus, according to the facial feedback hypothesis, smiling can actually improve your mood.