If men can't get past my appearance how can I ever know Love?
I see someone in the mirror that is beautiful! When I'm communicating I feel someone altogether different! I am so much more than hot! I won't waste my energy trying to prove it! I want a man smart enough to see what's here. Not only capable of seeing beyond the surface. He has to be a searcher of all things unseen
so we can trust one another. Freeing up allot of time for learning!
If a man can't love you for who you are then he is not worth your time. Never give up on looking there is someone for everone.
~ Jessica and Kacie
If you feel beautiful, than someone will notice, someone who is worth your time. Be happy and feel good, you will find love or it will find you, most men are shallow but there are few...there are few to choose from trust me. It's nice to be so sincere, and vulnerable, that means you are a strong women, congrats.
Peace and Love!
You are an attractive woman, so I guess you just need to feel more confident about yourself and project that confidence when interacting with men.
Often times, we feel negatively about ourselves and carry that negativity in our body language. You just have to look around and notice that you are much more attractive than many, many others.
You'd find somone who appreciates you and loves you -- sooner rather than later. Its just a matter of time!!
Search for a friend first and let the love develop. Love is more than skin deep
Sad Fact is that the most appealing look you have the more opportunities you´ll have to meet opposite sex people, and from what i see in your question then all you have to do is keep being yourself if you are indeed more than meets the eye then you have not to worry someone will notice that.
You will know true love. I was teased and abused by kids when I was younger and my father at home...my self-esteem was so low that I began to believe it when they called me a gorilla and monkey at school...I was intelligent, a philosopher per my teachers, even one the eternal scholars award from NAACP...but none of it made me feel better.
It took me almost 4 years of living on my own before I became come comfortable in my own skin...then I met my husband. He didn't care how I looked, he didn't care what people said. He made me feel whole and helped me see that just being myself was okay.
You will find that someone who will make you feel whole. He is out there right now looking for you. All you have to do is continue to be that queen you were meant to be.
believe it or not there are a lot of guys out there who do look past your appearance, never go looking for something, regardless of what you look like the more time you spend working on yourself and being confident in who you are, you will see a huge difference. Guys can weirdly sense if a girl is comfortable or not, the more comfortable you are the more a guy will be attracted to you.
What you see in yourself, go out and show it. People will see what you see, if you portray yourself that way.
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