Everyone hears the saying "You're beautiful on the inside," or "You're a babe, don't lie to yourself." But once a girl hears the very words that may ruin her, "You're a whore," she tends to believe it a little too quickly. She accepts it without even questioning it, and she suddenly begins to worry and wish she had brought a change of clothes. Paraphrased from Claire Colvin: It is said that even if a girl or a boy comes from a home with two loving parents and straight A's, it is still possible to be called ugly. It doesn't mean that a teenager from a home of abuse or separated parents or confusion doesn't apply to this. Credit is given to those poor souls; sometimes more in quantity than a soul with a happy life. Most teenagers act upon the sympathy, and make it worse. Others truly feel it, even when they don't have to. A teenger from a hard life doesn't have to be sympathized. They can have a healthier self-esteem than that of a teenager with a good life.
Usually teenagers finally discover themselves through religion, but some teenagers don't have that luxury. The biggest degradation in confidence is through relationships, or trying to get into a relationship with another person. Usually these signs tend to appear as the relationships go on:
Once the victims know what they are experiencing, they usually have a chance to put it in their heads and turn their feelings around, help themselves out. Sometimes they just need repetition. To have at least one friend who is willing to uplift them, hopefully they realize the truth.
Quit denying it Nahuel. No matter how much you want to disagree with me, I'm right, and you're wrong. I have logic on my side, you have denial. How long will this last, Nahuel? Not long. You'll realize in time that you're just as good as any other guy who might love Kaylynn, or better. There's obviously a reason why she isn't with Brody or Drew or Tanner or Damon. There's obviously a reason why she chose you.