Books on dating and self esteem
But here’s the rub: When a man is dealing with low self-esteem, he’ll make mistakes. My shame and low self-esteem led me to become reckless. Luckily, there were several reliable methods: nonstop partying, irresponsible sex, starting businesses, spending lots of money, exotic traveling. It’s Feeling guilty or embarrassed about who you are, deep in your core. Damaged or flawed in fundamental, irreversible ways. Your man may never admit it outright – but he wishes he were someone else. We’re stuck in this skin forever, and the hate, the self-pity – it gets us nowhere.
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over whether I had interacted with the popular girls the "right" way as we passed in the hallway between classes. This physical makeup was also molded by a dysfunctional, boundary-less childhood with some trauma along the way.
I mean, I didn't feel comfortable in my own too-tall skin let alone embracing someone else, all the while trying to act as if I, , actually felt good about myself or something. I would fret when someone looked at me the wrong way, if a teacher said a potentially critical thing (because obviously one's entire worth as a human being is determined by academic accomplishments), or most mortifying of all, if a "friend" who talked to me in private then gave me shade when a more cliquey group of girls passed our way. I don't know how much was nature and how much was nurture, but I know I was a very sensitive, hyper-aware kid who felt things very intensely.