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Author Topic: I'm not a beauty like my family is known for? .. help?  (Read 22 times)
Super_Man__D
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« on: April 29, 2011, 12:54:40 PM »

I'm not gonna post my pictures, but this is really causing me to become depressed.

Basically, my mom's family consists of beautiful girls which are family last name is well known for to be honest. So they're really vain, my mom is beautiful and so are all her sisters and her mother, and their daughters came out rather pretty also. I don't know what it is but I think its our nose and defined jawlines .. I however didn't inherit those.

I got my dad's sister's genes of a flat face with a short stubby nose which isn't slanted and buttoned like theirs, no chin and my metabolism dropped so hence I feel fat since I'm 5"8 and 150 pounds which is so uncomfortable for me.

Even my little sister is only six and came out pretty. I just wanna curl up in a ball and wonder why I was the odd one out. I'm fifteen .....
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LCC
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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2011, 03:23:35 PM »

That's too bad you won't post pics, I like your eyes.
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TJTB
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« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2011, 01:39:32 AM »

Even aphrodite felt ugly when she was 15. Just relax, you will grow into your own beauty and the sooner you accept yourself, the more beautiful you seem to others, because surprisingly condifence is a woman's more attractive feature.



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ViktoriaXVicious
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« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2011, 08:41:46 PM »

The shape of your nose, the definition of your jawline, your height, nor weight make you beautiful. You said yourself that these women are vain. So it's your turn to turn the tables. Be the odd one out, in a good way. I know this seems cheesy, but I promise that if you just be true to yourself, help others in any way you can, and do what makes you happy, you'll start to feel beautiful.

I feel the same way with my cousin, who's my best friend. She's tall, blonde, lean, and just overall beautiful. We get compared a lot, and she's always the pretty one. It depressed me for a while too, but then I started to notice something with her. Everything was about appearances. She only loved guys if they were cute, and she gave herself up to them. (Emotionally and physically.) I always felt bad because boys would be dying at her feet, and I could hardly get a boyfriend.

But when I did get a boyfriend, it lasted more than just a week.

My point is, there's way more to beauty than just outwards appearances. You're beautiful the very way you are.
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desperado75
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« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2011, 02:21:55 AM »

I think you are beautiful. You are not seeing people like yourself so you may have felt different in the crowd. All people are beautiful in the way they are. Accept yourself and be comfortable about yourself, no matters what comes on your way.
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