Maybe it’s the fact that I’m not “good enough” for anyone to really love me. I’m the girl who had the perfect family and friends, who was the perfect daughter, who is beautiful and smart.
Maybe its just the fact that I’m a bad role model. I’m the girl who had a perfect life, but that wasn’t the case everywhere I went. I was the girl who didn’t have the best parents or friends. I was the girl who was so good at school, but didn’t get the grades or the accolades I deserved. I was the girl who had everything, but that was all me.
As it turns out, the reason I’m unlovable is because I’ve had no one to talk to about my life since I moved to San Francisco. That isn’t to say that I’ve been alone. I’ve had great support with people like my aunt and uncle and cousin and her husband. But I have had no one to talk to about my struggles, my past, and what it’s like to be me.
When you’re an adult, especially one who is newly out of college, having a supportive group of friends is a big part of the process. It helps you figure out what you want and need. It helps you understand that you aren’t the only person in your life having a lot of challenges. And it lets you know that you are not alone. Many people who are newly out of college can often feel alone and isolated.
That is a valid point, and it’s something that I’ve heard many women say. And I know it can be difficult to feel like you’re not alone, but that is an incredibly important part of the process. And with a supportive group of friends, you can open up to others and really trust them. But just because you feel like that doesn’t mean you’re not alone.
Self-acceptance is a great thing. You can get through life feeling unloved and abandoned, but you don’t have to be a victim to that. I know that I have been feeling unloved and abandoned all my life. Ive been treated badly by my family and friends at times. And I know that I can get through that because I am an incredibly kind, honest, and loving person. But I have to admit that I still sometimes feel lonely and outcast.
You don’t have to feel that way, and you dont have to get over it.
You may not feel this way if you’re reading this right now. If you do, you have to read on. Because I have to tell you that I have been feeling unloved and abandoned for a while now too. I mean, I think it’s only been about four years since the last time I’ve had a boyfriend, and I’m still not seeing anyone. I’ve tried to work my way through this feeling.
You might have noticed that I don’t have a boyfriend. Well, I haven’t been with anyone yet, and I don’t know if I ever will, but I’m not that into monogamy. And you probably know that I don’t want to have a boyfriend either, because I don’t want anyone to know about my feelings and problems.
There is a bit more to the story, so I’ll leave it at that.