I'm turning 24 next week. My whole life I've had an ugly face. No matter what I do, nothing will compensate for an ugly face. It's not emotional at this point. It's just what's real.. my face is very unattractive. I work hard to stay fit and put a lot of effort into maintaining what looks I do have. I work hard at university and will have a great job soon. I have a good personality but it's been turning bitter over the years. I've worked on getting myself out there but it's truthfully depressing doing this. There is no point to get shot down every time. It just kills what little self esteem you do have.
People automatically assume you are weird if you are ugly. Even if you have great communication skills. Girls automatically see you as a creep.. or you are completley invisible. Friends don't want to bring you out with them and their friends in public. Essentially you have absolutely no value at all if you have an ugly face. I have had one girlfriend in my life.. I knew it was just a matter of time till she left.
It's not about confidence. I have confidence in every aspect of life despite my looks. You can't have confidence in your looks if you are ugly. Any projected confidence that you try and put out there will automatically be seen as weird or trying too hard.
I have money left over from school loans and I think I'm going to get plastic surgery. I have been miserable throughout so many years for one reason. My face is ugly and I'm constantly undervalued. I have less opportunities than others. I can't work certain jobs. I can't date. I feel like I deserve to know what it's like to be normal. Should I just do it? Nothing can get worst than this.
- I understand and would get plastic surgery as well29% (9)25% (3)28% (12)Vote
- I don't think you should get plastic surgery58% (18)50% (6)56% (24)Vote
- Other13% (4)25% (3)16% (7)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
You don't need plastic surgery because of people! You get surgery done for your health, or else you'll ruin your overall health. What it is, is that your attitude is very off putting, and that is not attractive at all. You settle for less, and you don't even concern about your future period. You can't get certain jobs because you don't have the skills, qualifications, the professional references, the connections, NOT already having your foot in the door or the experiences to get that job. If you don't dress to impress or show you work for it, how can you expect anybody to believe in you? If you don't mingle, learn to be outgoing and connect with people, how to do you expect to get job openings or offers?
If you have nothing else to show and prove for yourself, how to do you expect to attract anybody to date? Less of your face, and more of your attitude. If you don't take care of yourself for YOU, nobody is going to be interested. How you approach people may also have something to do with it also.0
Most Helpful Guy
I don't know what its like to be you but plastic surgery isn't the problem. maybe you are better of instead of dealing with shallow people. I think you already have the solution (being realistic) and that's how you solve this problem... by being real. A little more patience and you'll find that person0