Every other question seems to be like... does he/she like me? How can I win him/her back? He/she cheated on me, what do I do now? Blah blah blah. It's all very depressing. I'm looking for the other guys and girls who laugh when they see these kinds of things because they actually have self-respect and don't waste their time and energy on such frivolous issues. Those of you who simply move on with your own lives in pursuit of your own happiness instead. Surely I can't be the only one on here. For the sake of asking a REAL question... then how did you all gain your self-esteem, confidence, and integrity in the first place? For all you insecure types out there, pay close attention to these replies and learn from them.
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Well, isn't that the purpose of sites like this? I think a lot of people who ask those questions are simply young and inexperienced. Deep down, most of them already know the answer to their question but they want to hear other people confirm it. They want to know that they're not alone and that others have similar experiences. And some of them really are inexperienced and just want advice. There's nothing wrong with that. Personally I find it more annoying when people ask if a certain trait is desirable to the opposite sex or not because they feel insecure. For instance, do guys like small boobs, is my dick too small to please a girl, do white girls only go for white guys etc. I see questions like this almost everyday and for some reason they get more responses than real, genuine questions where someone actually needs advice. Sorry for the rant. Haha but to answer your question, I don't think confident people feel the need to ask those kinds of questions. They feel secure enough to trust their own judgement and don't feel the need to ask a bunch of strangers why a certain guy/girl lost interest in them. Instead of over-analyzing every single detail they ask the only person who has the answer or simply move on. At least that's how I see it. I don't know how to gain such confidence and self-esteem because I'm still working on it myself. But I guess feeling confident in your own skin and striving to be the best version of yourself (eat healthy, exercise, take care of yourself) is the first step. It helped me a great deal0