We greet each other with remarks of how we look and what we are wearing instead of asking how we really are. And it starts so early in our lives! Pressure to be pretty and well dressed.
You say you “ can’t “ get therapy, but that’s exactly what you must do. You will learn to Take off all the makeup and fashionable clothes and find out who you really are.
And what is it you hate?
Doesn't matter what anyone else deems you, does it. You want YOU to feel sure you look pretty.
Here, you're not making that fatal mistake of looking at yourself before you've had time to wake up and de-puff properly, are you?
How old are you? In your teens?
Are you getting annoyed with your face instead of something else, something seemingly elusive? Or do you feel better and more in control of that something else if at least your appearance is cooperating if that other thing(s) isn't?