If that's you in the pic, you look happy and quite confident to me. Feel good about yourself, be yourself, don't follow others, they will get you in trouble. Do what you know is good and right, just be you. That will be more than enough for everyone, and if it isn't, then that person is just a jerk!
Because you haven't found someone to raise it, you haven't become immune to others like I have, I don't think I've ever been offended. You need to realize that your you, no one else... Your the best you, that you can be... <3
Well I don't know you so I can't tell you why. If you have someone putting you down, don't listen to them. They have low self esteem as well and they are just trying to bring you down so that they make themselves feel better. Just always do your best and be yourself. That is the only way to shine.
I don't know. But I do know that looking at you picture you look like a really good looking guy and you shouldn't have a low self esteem! You just have to learn to love yourself and not care what others think of you only what you think of you!
im sorry:( when im feeling sad, i like to think of happy things thats happening in the future that i really look forward to like thanksgiving/christmas and anything else that i really look forward too. dont let other people get in ur way. just deal with them for a couple more years and you wont have to see them ever again.
Do you want the truth or do you want me to sugar coat it for you? My guess is that you want a real answer. This is true of everybody - but it is more painful and obvious when you're in your teens. First - biology: right now you and every other tween and teen on the planet are being blasted with chemicals called "hormones" that not only will turn your body into an adult body - but will mess with your thoughts and emotions - especially moods and your identity (how you see yourself). You're not even aware this is happening - it's unconscious - but it can deeply affect your confidence and any optimism you deserve to have. That said, usually self-esteem is tied in with your identity - which is tied in with your home life - and your relationship to your parents or guardians. School can be a nightmare for a lot of teens - cliques, bullying, favoritism among teachers, irrational assignments (make-busy work), and pressure from your peers - high school has become more about social navigation skill development than education. Behind that low self-esteem - are other forces working on you - which you need to identify and dismantle their effect on you. If you need help - expert help - you've got to get to a teen psychologist - your school guidance counselor can set this up - you'd be amazed what they can do if you're open and honest with them - and remember, it's confidential. If you find what those unseen forces are - now you have a way to raise your self-esteem as you eliminate each one - like I said - use a teen psychologist (not your friends) to give you a hand at recovering and feeling positive about yourself and your future - put effort into this - it's definitely worth it.