I'm 19 and relatively shy about my body, everyone has their own insecurities right? But in the past few years things have gotten far better for me and I am finally starting to find pride in all the little inconsistancies with it. Like my lopsided chest. I was an extremely early developer, by the age of 11 I was already verging on a B cup. I was always so very self concious. And then I noticed that my right breast was developing a lot faster than my left, I think I may have been 14. I started to worry that the other would never catch up, in fact it never really did. My right side has ended up as a 36c, where as my left side is a 36b, I was extremely self concious of anyone ever seeing me naked. Gradually I started to accept the way I looked and began to feel less embarassed by my lopsided chest.But the real condifence boost came with one little comment from a boy. He claimed to not have noticed the fact that one breast was smaller than the other untill I pointed it out, and then he horrified me by making a big show of looking at it extensively and comparing it to the other in a sort of mock serious joking manner. The fact that he made a joke out of my insecurity caused my temper to flare slightly, but the comment was so totally disarming and reassuring that I couldn't help but hug him "Aww, why hate it? Its cute, it makes you unique, it makes you, *you*"Just goes to show how much harsher we are on ourselves when it comes to our own bodies.