I am beginning to question my own self worth. Growing up, I've always been overshadowed by my two beautiful older sisters. I've witnessed guys fight for their attention, cry over them and serenade them in front of our house.
I was the potato of the family back in the day. But their relationships, the idea that love can make you do crazy shit scared me to the point of being terrified of having a relationship.
Now I've moved far away from my sisters for college and I don't feel as overshadowed as I used to be nor am I scared anymore. I began to fix myself, be a little more like my sisters appearance-wise with a streak of my childishness still there.
Even though I get compliments now, being told of how beautiful I am, having guys catcall me, I have never been asked out. I began to get insecure and conscious because the potato-me was still there inside me.
Am I just not good enough to be asked out? What is considered 'good enough'?
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That's the million dollar question, now, isn't it? I ask myself the same thing every day. Even with my sister in a committed, soon-to-be married relationship, I still feel overshadowed and like guys are constantly comparing how I look to how she looks.
I don't really have an answer as to what makes someone "good enough", because I haven't figured it out myself.0