unlovable


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incapable of inspiring love or affection

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"Regardless of how selfish and childish and unlovable you may be, this new companion will accept you as you are and will love you as I do, in spite of yourself."
As part of that process, she has written a memoir and self-help book, "From Fat, Black, and Unlovable to Beautiful Powerful Love," released on March 20, 2019.
For example, do you have an "I'm a failure" story, an "I'm not good enough" story, an "I can't cope" story or an "I'm unlovable" story?
Both are unlovable, acquisition-happy cost cutters looking to dominate rapidly shrinking legacy markets.
Why be kind to someone who behaves badly, is different to us or is unlovable? Our natural instinct is the opposite - we are not willing to care about them or offer kindness and love.
He isn't the type of man to talk deeply about things but I'm so scared I'm unlovable and need some kind of reassurance from him.
The movie is about love in the time of being unlovable.
In "What the Heart Wants," the most compelling and interesting story in the collection, a woman's heart moves out of her body and coaches her after she realizes she might be unlovable.
I feel totally unlovable as a woman ever since my boyfriend left me for a male dancer in the company.
"There was a time, despite what it may have looked like on the surface, that the fear had gripped me so tight, and I felt broken and unlovable," Wood said of being a bisexual.
The song lyrics "when I get older, losing my hair, many years from now, will you still be sending me a valentine, birthday greeting, bottle of wine", associate old age with being "unlovable", according to the new study.
This comedy's wholesome messages about the season of goodwill are drowned out by unlovable characters, pitiful stabs at humour and the kind of platitudes about caring that would shame a greetings card.
Plagued by shifting sight, which skews her normal vision and shows her disturbing visions, she's always felt odd and unlovable. And she greatly wants to be loved-especially by Mark Dimas, the man she has hero-worshiped since the day he saved her life.
Played by Olivia De Jonge and Ed Oxenbould, the teenagers are the most unlovable pair you could ever have the misfortune to encounter.
The story goes like this: A woman journeys to a desolate, forsaken, and unlovable place for purely professional reasons.