I would say it's the story of my life. When I was younger I wasn't pretty. I wasn't ugly really but I made a point of hiding my face and body because I was so shy and insecure. I would wear lose dark clothes all the time, I cut my hair fairly short with a long bang to flip over the side of my face, and I slouched around all the time. The truth was I was pretty depressed and it showed.
Over the years I gradually changed and got better. I went away on exchange for a year and came back "hot." I'm a confident and self assured woman now. I grew into my looks and amped up my style. Now I wear flattering clothes and you can see that I actually have a body. My hair is long and thick and I push it back so you can actually see that I have a pretty face I'm not trying to sound conceited but I'm easily one of the prettiest girls in my school. I almost want to bat away the people that look at me like "wtf what happened to you your so different!" The guys that used to ignore me/ say rude things to me are suddenly paying a lot of attention to me. I get it. Ugly ducking to swan. Story of my life.
Have you ever seen this? Experienced it? What are your thoughts on it?
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I've never experienced it, but I'm only 17, so maybe that will be store for me or maybe I'll stay the same (not ugly, just kinda of blah lol).
But if I was in your position, I would personally ignore the people who chose to ignore me when I was the "ugly duckling."
If you had the same personality before and they weren't interested, both the guys and girls, then why should they be interested now?
I wouldn't bat an eye at guys who all of a sudden decide to act like I give a damn.
That's just me.
Anyways, people who experience ugly duckling syndrome tend to be the attractive girls with good personalities, cause they tend to place importance on personality. Not to say they overlook looks, but they tend to be the ones not so full of themselves.3