Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About why do i feel unlovable


I’ve always felt unlovable. I feel as if I’m being punished for something I didn’t do, or for something that happened long ago that I somehow hold over other people. I’m convinced I’m unlovable because I’m not the kind of person who says “I have no idea what you’re talking about”, or “I don’t even know what you’re talking about.

I think a lot of people don’t see themselves as unlovable. For the majority of us, the word “lovable” has always been a loaded subject, but over the last few years it’s become easier, and even normal, to use the word. Most of us simply use it to describe someone we care about, or someone we hold dear.

Loved is a loaded word. It’s the word we use to describe a person we feel close to, someone we care about, or someone who is special to us. Loved people are those who are close to us, who care about us, and who we feel a special connection to.

I feel like the same thing applies to us. Loved people are those who care for you, and you care about them.

We all want to be loved, and if someone puts the word in front of you, it means they’re not. They aren’t saying you’re unlovable, they’re saying you’re special. They’re treating you like you’re more than just a number.

It seems that, in today’s society, many people do not put people on a pedestal. They put people in boxes, and people in boxes that are not people. There are people in boxes that are unlovable, and people who are loved, but theyre not saying youre unlovable.

This is why we are being called “Lovers”, “Treaters”, and “Family”, and why we have to wear these labels. When we say we love someone, we mean we have a strong relationship and a deep connection with them. We put people on pedestals because we want to be the center of attention, because we want the world to see us as special, and because we want the attention, recognition, and validation that comes with being in a high ranking position.

It’s true that we like to be on the periphery of attention, to be noticed. But that’s not a bad thing. It’s good when people notice you. It’s good when people are proud of you and want to show off your accomplishments. But it’s also true that we can feel unlovable. We can feel as though we’re less than someone else. We feel that we’re not worthy. We feel that we are not good enough. We feel that we are not loved.

The fact is that we are not always happy with who we are, how we are, or that we are worthy. The fact is that when people don’t take us as seriously as they’re trying to, it can come across very harshly. The truth is that we are often insecure about our worth and our abilities.

We are afraid to be alone. We are afraid to be vulnerable. We are afraid to trust someone. We are afraid to be seen. We are afraid of our faults and the effect they have on others. We are afraid to be human.