Unhappiness and Ugliness Watch
Being judged and spoken about by girls in a nasty way indirectly but I am close enough to hear. Being commented on about my nose, hair .
I have anxiety as it is but this makes it tougher. I can do things on my own but my anxiety is ridiculous so I seem to need people I trust around to feel safe in public. I, of course, have to get over this.
Now, I just ignore everything and accept I'm ugly. I try to put effort into my hair, skin etc. I'm hoping to get plastic surgery and orthodontist work to fix my teeth and face.
I have found few nice people to be with for which I am truly grateful. I do not feel comfortable talking to strangers or making new friends in Uni because of this. It's taking a big toll on me, affecting my relationships, I do not feel comfortable at all in public spaces.
Does anyone have to go through this everyday? I know girls have more ways to get less ugly than guys ( makeup, hair, clothes etc) but i can't be helped by those. Truly, I want to focus of my degree and get on with life but this is something that is always at the back of your mind and it always affects your ability to interact with the world.
Ignore them as it shows their nastiness.
Have comfidement on the people you have met.
I would say ignore them.
Ho old are you?
Do you study in university? What do you major in? Do you study well in school?
What's your ambition? If you have good ambition, appearance isn't important, and you will be successful!
I used to feel like the ugliest girl in the world and I would constantly cake on makeup so I can feel validated. That was when I was like 13. One day, it just stopped. I felt beautiful and I realised that people who place such importance on looks won’t get very far in their relationships. It’s personality that makes you stay. I realised my self worth and that I deserve good. My self esteem went from 2% to now, 70%. Im not fully there yet but I’m getting there. Patience