When Shailene Woodley lost weight it wasn't only her waste that shrunk.

The 22 year-old actress opened up about her body image and living a healthy life while gracing the cover on InStyle Magazine

"I feel like I'm a woman. My boobs shrank. No one tells you that when you lose weight. No bra, no problem," she confidently stated.  

Adding, "I'm in a place where I feel healthier than I've ever been, and my body is exactly where it wants to be."

Woodley also took this opportunity to defend the age in which she is raised in, due to it being branded as "irresponsible," according to her. 

"People say my generation is irresponsible," she said. "I think we're on top of things actually. Maybe I feel this way because I surround myself with like-minded people. Doing the right thing always makes you feel good. And it's contagious."

"I'm done living for other people. I'm done being a people pleaser. I'm done thinking about what people think about me," she continued. 

Shailene is starring in the upcoming drama flick 'The Fault in Our Stars,' in which she plays a cancer stricken teenager who falls in love. 

"It changed my whole life and put things in perspective," she said about the role.

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But when it comes to falling in love in her own personal life, the 'Divergent' actress isn't anticipating much, in fact she admitted to having "zero expectations and zero rules."

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"I'm open. I can't see it being another actor, except that they understand this lifestyle. Hey, I could fall in love with an Aussie and move to Australia. Who knows."

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Shailene Woodley plays a teenage cancer patient in the upcoming drama