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Friend told me I never get compliments because "you don't need them" and guys say "I'm not gonna hit on you, you're too obviously good looking" WHAT?

"Everyone knows you're good looking and talented, you don't need compliments".
Maybe I don't know because no one ever tells me (including my family)? Maybe that's why I'm shy and unsure of myself because I tend to think I'm not enough when everyone else is cheered on and complimented while that never happens to me? I don't like too much attention and I wouldn't care about the compliments, but when I'm always left out, at some point watching how everyone else is raised up and I'm ignored, it does start to hurt.

The only times I get compliments from guys are when they tell me the thing they're complimenting is actually a bad thing. "You're stunning but I'd never try to get you, you're too obviously good looking, that friend of yours, she's pretty in a way that probably everyone can't see" (that's when they go after her). Is it really a thing, being too much "for everyone's liking"? They tend to like me as a person and find me attractive but they don't want to risk it. Really? Where do these assumptions come from? I'm not a bad person who's way too full of themselves, I'm actually very sweet, shy and loyal person, even a little insecure.


And by the way. I've never had a boyfriend (and I don't sleep around).
Friend told me I never get compliments because "you don't need them" and guys say "I'm not gonna hit on you, you're too obviously good looking" WHAT?
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