There are so many of you so hung up with this idea that you need others approval to make yourself feel good and ask "do I look pretty, skinny" etc. You're asking people to have opinions on you, when all you're really doing is fishing for compliments. Quite truthfully, how is it going to make you feel if you received a string of comments you don't want to hear? Does it matter what people you don't know think of you as long as you feel you look good. No one would post a picture of themselves on here if they didn't think they looked good, no one (unless there is a genuine illness there) would put themselves through psychological torment if they thought they'd have negativity. So I'm very intrigued by this concept and if anyone will answer honestly, why do you do it?
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i guess i have a "genuine illness"... i like getting feedback whether it's negative or positive because i make a habit of working on myself. i like improving things because the journey is more fun than the outcome. a couple years ago i was a fat, insecure, ugly clothes wearing high school student and now i'm not any of those things. i honestly didn't even realize there was any room for improvement because i was that delusional. asking for body feedback and first impressions and all that is really good for people who A. don't get offended easily (like me) and B. who have a warped sense of self (also me). i learned a lot on how people perceive me and what i need to change in order to be perceived differently.0