You’ve probably heard of cartoon boobs.
It’s the kind of thing you see in cartoons where the breasts are pushed out of the way.
And the problem?
It’s a cartoon, not a real life thing.
It could be your mother’s breast or a real thing that someone has slapped on you.
You’re going to be embarrassed by it.
And then you’re going, “Oh, no, I’m not going to do that.”
And then it starts happening again, and you feel like you’ve been bullied.
The first thing to do is make yourself comfortable with your breasts.
You can do that by taking a picture of yourself and posting it on social media.
Then you can take a step back and think about what you want to talk about.
For example, maybe you want your partner to talk to you about breast cancer or breast issues, but you want them to talk more about the other stuff that’s going on in your life.
If you’re feeling like your breasts are a source of shame, you might find it helpful to look at a book or a magazine about breasts.
For more information, see this article.
It might help to go online and ask for help, like this article from the Huffington Post.
There, you can find more tips and advice for talking about your breasts in real life, as well as resources for those who are uncomfortable talking about their bodies in cartoons.