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5662031 tn?1372345964
height problem..
Hi, i am 16 years and i want to increase my height please give me a suggestion that work please..... i want to increase my height upto 2inches.. May God Bless You all.
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Hi sonia530,

Just read your comments. The only way to increase your height I would
think would be through surgery, very painful surgery I might add.
There's nothing wrong with being petite. I'm petite myself. I used to think
I was too short. My dad told me one day that Napoleon was short and
he ruled the world at one point. Height is not important. What is important
is who you are as a person and what's in your heart. Be well. Eve
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5662031 tn?1372345964
hi, thanks a lot for your advice
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5669694 tn?1372074010
Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to increase your height. Just continue to eat healthy and exercise. Your still a teenager, so you might grow a little more. I've been the same height since 14. Good luck!
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hi, you're welcome. I'm sure you're a lovely person. Be well. Eve
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5662031 tn?1372345964
Hi, i am also sure you are lovely person,too
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5708852 tn?1372808531
Hi Sonia,

Unfortunately it's really difficult to increase your height and grow taller :/
It's just something that comes naturally and depends on your genetics. But I'm sure as you get older you will get taller for sure! Just be sure to consume a good healthy balanced diet and make sure you exercise too!
Good luck :)
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Thank you Sonia for your kind compliment. You're only 16 years old.
You may still grow taller. But even if you don't, that's okay. I'm only
5' 2" myself. Don't let anyone make you feel bad about yourself just
because you're petite. As I mentioned before, it's not important how
tall you are. What's important is in your heart and that you're a good
person which I am sure you are. Blessings, your friend. Eve
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5662031 tn?1372345964
Thanks
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5662031 tn?1372345964
Thank you my lovely friend:-). Please  remember me in your prayers.
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Hi Sonia530,

Thank you, dear friend. Remember it's not how tall you are, it's what's
in your heart. I'm actually a retired primary teacher. This is what I used
to tell my young students. I used to tell them it's important to be kind
not only to other people but to animals. I also told them to practice the
golden rule. Treat other people the way you want to be treated.
If everybody practiced the golden rule, just think how peaceful this
world would be. Of course you are in my prayers, Sonia. Be well. Eve
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5662031 tn?1372345964
Thanks a lot  for your advice
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You're very welcome, Sonia. I wish you well. Eve
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