I know that just means the guy was shallow and I'm better off, but it's hard to accept and be OK. Being surrounded by beautiful friends and seeing how much fun they have and that I don't just really gets me down sometimes, and if I tell them that, they just look at me like I'm crazy and go all "Don't be a fool, you're pretty, you don't want the attention anyway". They kinda belittle the problem, and I mean it's fine, they don't understand it. I just feel very lonely in this, but I don't want to get new friends just 'cause I'm ugly.
I guess I just want to know how to be happy despite all this, especially when we go to clubs or places with lots of guys. Oh, and how to get over the fact that my crush is all over my best friend, even "liking" and commenting how pretty or beautiful she looks in all her pics... and she gets a lot of attention from a lot of other guys, and I get nothing... I'm sorry I sound like I'm 15, but this really makes me feel bad, I thought I would not have to deal with this crap at 23, but I still do... when will it change? When will looks truly stop being important?
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well what about you isn't as "hot" as your friends? are you sure it isn't a confidence issue? like if your the only one hunched over with bad body language feeling awkward then that will make you less attractive. or maybe you need a slight makeover to get on their level? your not ugly, if your plain then plain can be fixed by cuter clothes, different hair and better makeup. swag is very very important. swag can increase or decrease your attractiveness so you might just need a little makeover
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