Attention whore.

Me, I mean. 

I know somebody made a post similar to this yesterday but I feel like writing one about it so I will. 

Its true. I am an attention whore. Online, at least. I live for comments and likes, I refresh goodnight journal every day, looking, searching for comments. I know why, I’m insecure. 

I see all these pretty girls my age, who look about 16, ( we’re much younger) super developed, posing beautifully in front of the camera, getting millions of likes and comments, and then there’s me.

 

With  like.

 

2 likes. 

😒

I know that’s not what life is about, but it’s not fair, they’re so beautiful and then there is just me over here, with the chest of a boy, looking like a five year old. I try and try and try to be mature and pretty but it dosent work and I’m sick and tired of it.

i know you can’t ‘try to be pretty’ but I’m sure you know what I mean?

even my closest friends have not once told my I’m pretty, and I know you don’t say that but, I mean… when I’m feeling low, about my self esteem, they don’t exactly try to cheer me up, to be quite honest, and I still love them, it’s the kind of people they are, but a compliment would be nice once in a while.

then again, I can’t really take a compliment  

so

why

am

i

like

this?

 

2 thoughts on “Attention whore.”

  1. Same here! I was you before. Well, I’m still a little like that now haha! Social media really eats up your self-esteem. But then, who are they to say who’s pretty or not? Don’t let the number of likes or comments define how you look at yourself! For me, I decided to block likes and comments on my Facebook profile photo just so I would stop comparing mine to other’s. I don’t really know how you look like but I know you’re pretty. It’s just a matter of audience! Here in my country, we find every foreigner attractive hahaha! And trust the Lord, God doesn’t make anyone ugly. Ugly for us maybe, but not for Him. We’re all made in His image and likeness you know, and He loves you so much, you are one of His beautiful creations 🙂 So stop spending too much time on social media and focus on what matters! Your school or work maybe. And you know what, the girls who have thousands of likes on their photos are probably as insecure as you are, so move on and know that your friends, your family, me, and God knows you’re beautiful. 🙂

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