Lately, people private massage me, and say that I'm ugly, and that does make me feel ugly. Now every time I look in the mirror, I can't stand to look at myself. I want a honest opinion, who thinks I'm pretty, or beautiful, or ugly? Please be honest.
8 August 2015 at 14:19:17 MDT
on 8 August 2015 at 18:12:42 MDT
Don't listen to what anyone else says. Especially people on the internet who will be unnecessarily cruel just because they can. If someone is saying mean things to you, just block and ignore them. They aren't worth your time or thoughts. You don't need the approval of others to make you beautiful or pretty. Likewise, someone saying that you're ugly doesn't make it so. The only person who can decide if you're ugly or beautiful is yourself. There are much more important things than worrying about how you look and what others think of you.
on 8 August 2015 at 19:48:26 MDT
on 9 August 2015 at 22:24:13 MDT
Honestly, people are idiots who haven't two brain cells to rub together in order to figure out that words have incredible power. A person can be made or broken by the words spoken to them. For some it might simply be you have light colored hair and they prefer dark, or maybe they prefer less eyeliner, or more eyeliner. Some of them are ignorant enough to just automatically assume that if someone is posting more than one picture of themselves in one place they must be "attention whores" so these individuals take it upon themselves to throw petty, meaningless insults around to make themselves feel better for not being secure enough in themselves to post even a single photo. shrugs it all boils down to all too many people are douchebags. Take criticism not consideration only if the source is someone who has demonstrated they genuinely care about you. And really nobody who cares about you is going to lie to you by calling you ugly just for the hell of it. As the saying goes, "haters gonna hate." You can let them hate, but you don't have to be chained down by it.
on 10 August 2015 at 09:59:12 MDT
One person sent me a PM saying I'm a attention whore, and I need take down all my selfies because how ugly I am.
on 10 August 2015 at 15:30:05 MDT
Small-minded people who don't seem to grasp the irony of their little crusade. Who is more desperately seeking attention, someone who posts a photo, or someone who feels compelled to make a fuss about someone else posting a photo as if their opinion actually means diddly squat?