So, I’m 20, and never dated anyone. Yes, I know this may be stupid to ask, but it guess I always get told questions are never stupid. I’m trying to get to know people, but all I seem to run into is mean, judge mental people. I am overweight, and not pretty I know, but does that give people the reason to just be rude to me?! I feel like im 20, yes I have time! But on the other hand, I’m also lonely, and just needing someone to be there for me. Why is it so hard to just even find someone who will just even be nice to me? Is everyone always going to be like this simply because I’m not a perfect Disney Princess, or Barbie doll. Honest answers would be greatly appreciaged, thanks for any input!
Do not lose your heart just because some dumb mean people ignored you it isn't the end of good world,those kind never grow up in life..It's better to be in company of true friends who care for you instead,just need to keep trying there are some amazing people you will meet in your life who are nice..Nobody is bad looking,everyone is beautiful in their own way..When you feel good about yourself,you will be more confident and charming...
People always say that what we see in people is a reflection of who we are on the inside. I don't believe that statement to be a hundred percent true. But what is true, ia that sometimes, we meet so many mean and "bad" people, that we start to wonder if everyone is not like that. But the truth is, they aren't. Some people are going to be bad, and mean, and not worth your time, but then you'll meet those rare and wonderful people - and I am happy to say that everyone is blessed enough to meet at least one person of that kind in their lives - that you'll realize that people are just who they are. There is no pattern, no statistics, no anything. It's just not something that can be calculated, examined. And although sometimes it might seem like the bad is always bigger than the good, just try to imagine that the glass is always half full. If you didn't meet any good people yet, there are still 7 billion people out there to prove you wrong. Good does exist in people, and sometimes it's just around the corner.
Kids can be very mean to other kids who are not following the standard. If your life is not ordinary in most ways, it makes you stand out and many kids jump on that. Unfortunately I have had personal experience with this too. Fortunately: when kids get older, they grow out of it and they start having more appreciation for people who are not having an ordinary life, because that usually means they have a look on life that is also not ordinary. And mature adults appreciate that. It may take you a little bit longer to get the sort of people around you that you want and need, but you will get there. Just don't lose hope and trust in yourself.