Hey dude? I wouldn't base my self-worth on whether or not I could get a date or accepted as someone's girlfriend. If people reject you, then good. That's less heart/headaches you have to deal with in the long run. Also, it could be the vibe you're giving off. To me, you come off as bitter, hateful and someone who doesn't have good comprehensive skills, therefore he blows up at people. That's not attractive at all. I'm not trying to be mean, I'm only telling u like it is straight up, no sugar coating. Trust me, once u start getting women to notice u in a good way, you'll be grateful I didn't hold back on u. So anyway, be confident in knowing your own worth. Appreciate your strengths and be bold with it. Only time you need to be concentrating on your flaws , is when you're alone in your house so u can get them straighten out. Another way to boost your social and self-loving skills/vibe is by going out at church functions, doing something for your community , spending quality time with yourself and even volunteering at a homeless/orphan/animal shelter. Before long, you'll be giving off good vibes that'll attract people to you. Even eventually the woman you would be with.
I like this idea except there are a lot of attractive people who think they're ugly. So there would be attractive people posting about their issues when they aren't even ugly. In the How Do I Look section, you see beautiful girls posting how ugly they are, and then post their beautiful pictures. So then when actual ugly people talk about their problems, people don't take them seriously. People just think they're one of those people who think they're ugly when they aren't. I've discussed my problems but then I get responses where people say: I doubt you're ugly. You're just insecure. I'm someone who actually is ugly. I've been called ugly most of my life and I've never had a relationship. Men reject me all the time.