literally all of my friends are A & B cups. i just recently started wearing D cup sized bras & i am super uncomfortable wearing bathing suits because i feel like i'm going to fall out, or everyone will be talking about them. is there anyone who can help me find a bathing suit type with a lot of comfort & coverage? & how do you deal with an insecurity that you can't work off?
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It can certainly be tough to have a body part that looks way different than that of your friends, especially a part people tend to look at anyway.
Getting comfortable with our bodies tends to be a bit of a lifelong process, one that takes some time, bit by bit. But we're certainly happy to talk with you about what you feel insecure about. As well, it might help to know that no matter what size or shape a body part is, someone could talk about it. It's not like people are only going to talk about one kind of body and not another.
In terms of swimsuits that can give you good support and coverage, styles that are sports-bra-like at the top are often good picks for that if you're going for a two-piece. Lots of those and the tank-style two-pieces also have shelf-bars built into them that can help with that. With one pieces or all suits, you can usually find styles that are made expressly for D-cups.
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