Don't focus on the number, you are so much more than a number. Skinny isn't always healthy, and you look a lot thinner to others than you think, I am 156 lbs and people think I am 120 at the most. The number does not represent who you are and you are perfect the way you are. If you play sports you have muscle and muscle weighs more than fat which causes your number to go up and you've said it yourself you are not fat so the reason why your number is that is because of your muscle and that's perfectly fine. Don't wish for change, if you really want to change build muscle because that will make your body look leaner, but again and I cannot stress this enough do not focus on the number because if you really want to be leaner and that's not your natural body build you have to gain muscle and like i said before that will cause your number to go up. Just remember when you look in the mirror you are more than just a number.
HI, I have been struggling with weight and body image issues. I am 13 and weigh the same as you. I learned that in reality, people see you as a lot thinner than you are. Also, you are perfect just the way you are because you are you and you are unique. Act confident and people will see you are a strong person and it will make you feel better.
Our society sucks. The media exposes us to these unobtainable beauty standards, and in no way they are a accurate representation of real women. Only a slim percentage of women are "skinny." Like others have mentioned, don't let your weight define you! As long as you're maintaining a healthy lifestyle (having a healthy diet, regularly exercising), your weight shouldn't matter. I remember at 14, I too had insecurities with my appearance and kids that age can be mean and judgmental. Things do get better as you grow older. You start to realize that people are friends with you and like you because of your personality, not your looks.
hello there! :-) i'm just going to answer your question!! so first of all, you're feeling troubled about your weight, am i right? and now you're wishing that you were skinnier? so those are two main subjects and you want to feel comfortable with that and probably improve on that right? take it easy! i suggest you to have some self-reflection first. i'm pretty sure your main goal, is to feel good and confident about your weight, and maybe as well as your size and appearance. you have to clearly understand between weight management and improvement on size/appearance/looks. okay, now start on maintaining a positive mind-set. you can do all your daily/weekly exercises, eating healthily, and setting fitness goals!! in the process of doing this, you should feel happy, relaxed and also comfortable at the same time! your actions for your body counts, but your feelings about what you're doing is important as well to keep you going!! and also don't force yourself in strenuous exercises if you think you can't do it!! everyone has limits and strengths and it's best to work on them whenever possible!!i wish you best of luck!! hopefully this helps you! :-)