More rest and sleep may help a person to endure emotional difficulties. Medical help may be advisable. Especially effective, however, is prayerful reliance on God. “Throw your burden upon God himself, and he himself will sustain you,” says Psalm 55:22. “Never will he allow the righteous one to totter.” By all means, then, “trust in God with all your heart.” Proverbs 3:5, 6
Happiness does not come from your looks. While looks can either enhance or hinder self-respect, what really counts are your personality and attitude.
While speaking positively about physical beauty, the Bible shows that it is of secondary importance compared with spiritual beauty: “Charm may be false, and prettiness may be vain; but the woman that fears Jehovah is the one that procures praise for herself.” Proverbs 31:30
Adopting this view could help you find inner peace, despite some body feature you dislike.
Whatever you decide, remember that perfect looks and perfect happiness are simply out of reach for now. Everyone is imperfect in one way or another.
You cannot change that. What you can change is the person you are on the inside what the Bible calls “the secret person of the heart.” 1 Peter 3:3, 4
Refine who you are by building qualities that are beautiful in the eyes of God. There is neither risk nor financial cost, and the rewards are immeasurable!