iLoveBacons

SPLiT//S3C0ND992
SPLiT//S3C0ND992
First of all, I honestly don't think that whatever it is you did yesterday came to that much attention. You need to take a step back and look at yourself in the eyes of others. Don't think about the times that people ridiculed you, but the times where you received a compliment from somebody other than your mother. Secondly, the phrase "it's not fair" is not a sign of maturity. You can speak better than that.
SPLiT//S3C0ND992
SPLiT//S3C0ND992
And you know it. Thirdly, and most importantly, only you can define how you look to other people through your emotions, your speech, and your actions. I'm sure you've heard that argument a million times before, but the reason its repeated so much is because it is true and has a visual effect on your own psychology. Do not let the comments and actions of others define who your are.
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SPLiT//S3C0ND992
When you think to yourself that you're ugly, or that perhaps nobody likes you, you push that stupid thought away. Argue with it. Because it is guaranteed that those thoughts are wrong. People only think what they can interpret, and if you are sad and depressed, then people will visually interpret you as sad and depressed. But when you are visually happy and content, people will see that you are happy and content.