How do I cope with something bad that can't be changed? I wouldn't be questioning my looks at all if they weren't so bad, but they are which results to self-pity and excessive reassurance seeking.
Please read everything to have a good understanding of where I'm coming from:
Let's start by saying, I lost the genetic lottery by a long shot. I'm in the bottom 10% of men.
The word ugly might not even be the word to describe me. I look like a down-syndrome, literally. I'd much rather be a bit ugly than to have features of a down-syndrome which I have. It's a lot worse than being below average looking. I'm not mentally challenged like a down-syndrome is but I may have exterior features of one which you can easily tell at the split second of looking at the shape of my head and face which resemble one of a down-syndrome. Some people told me I look retarded based on my outside features when really, I'm not mentally challenged like one is. I was practicing hockey outside and a couple of pretty girls walked by me and I overheard them saying that I look like a r****d and they were freaked out about seeing me. A lot of people glance at me as if there's something wrong whenever I walk by them and vice versa. I am completely heart broken that my complexion looks so awful and I cry a lot about it. Do not feel bad for me because I look very awkward, give me your advice on how I can deal with the very bad fate I'v been given.
How do I deal with the very bad fate I'v been given genetically speaking?
The link below is an example of people who aren't actually retarded but have features of one.
Finally see me (Frankenstein look-alike) in the link below and give me your reaction whether it's negative, neutral or positive. Thanks.
Video of me:
Pics of me: (see all my flickr pics to get better judgement)