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A girl I know had bright ginger hair and freckles. Her face was just plain ugly. I really don’t mean to sound a *****, ’cause she’s actually a really nice girl, but she just was, ugly. Oh and not because of her ginger hair or freckles (I actually think both can look good on someone), it ws just her features.
So eventually she managed to at least fake some confidence. Started wearing nice clothes, a bit of make-up, dyed her hair (and I’m not saying you need to do this.. this just helped her gain confidence in herself!). Anyway before she got no attention from guys, but now she actually does. She’s had a bf for 6 months.
So you don’t need to change yourself, you just need to find a way to gain your confidence.
Of course you will. Why do you think that being ginger and having freckles are anything to do with anything? Ginger is gorgeous and freckles will make you look younger (and when you are older that is such a GOOD thing!!)
If your have ‘hardly any’ confidence this is likely to be the bigger issue as confidence is a very attractive feature and the more you have of that the better (within reason). The good news is that you get to chose to be more confident!
Think of all the things you have done so far (even the little ones) all the people that love you for being you (family included). Then get out and do new things and meet new people – most folk are terribly flattered if you listen and are interested in them.
World AIDS Day is a great opportunity to suggest GPs and practice staff in your local area mark the day by refreshing and improving HIV knowledge and awareness. GPs and practice nurses are often in a position to identify symptoms of HIV infection and recommend HIV tests, yet increasing evidence suggests many GPs do not feel confident in doing so. Encouraging GPs to refresh their knowledge will not only better equip them to spot the signs of HIV but will help them to better support patients already living with HIV.
HIV stands for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a virus which attacks the body’s immune system — the body’s defence against diseases.
HIV can be passed on through infected bodily fluids, most commonly via sex without a condom or by sharing infected needles, syringes or other injecting drug equipment.
There are now more people than ever living with HIV in the UK — more than 90,000 — with around a quarter of those unaware they have the virus.
Here are a few more facts about HIV in the UK: