lately I've met a few friends of my parents and my parents have told me what many of them thought about me, and even some of the people I've met have said certain things that I've picked up on.
the friends of my parents have said that I'm handsome or a good looking kid, some have told me to my face as well, but some have also told my parents that I'm shy, or look a bit serious. also I've talked to some people too about my lifestyle. I never drank before I turned 21, and a girl was like "oh yeah? I can see that," as if she picked up on it, just by how I looked.
maybe people see me as a straight edge? and I totally am, but is this a good or bad thing, and how can I improve and be a more likeable person and more attractive?
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does their opinion of you really matter?
they really aren't the ones to judge.
it doesn't matter what kind of personality you have, as long as your a good person, that's all that counts
maybe you could try being a bit more relaxed, but if you feel like its not you, let it go.
i doubt your 'straight edge' all the time. I mean there's got to be times when you let loose a little. Or maybe you don't let people see your fun side unless you know them really well. There's nothing wrong with that.
whatever you do, don't try to be someone you're not.0