Anonymous asked: I feel like I'm "not good enough" for them though. (they're graduating with honours). Also, I'm visiting again the close female friend next week. I actually stayed talking till 2am the time before last. Like, I enjoy being there with the others too & stuff. & maybe I like it when she asks me 2 take her somewhere. If it's a bit of an ask she'll go all cute & make it impossible for me to say no. I'm a sucker for it. She helped me get over my last rejection. She's the shoulder that's always there.
Well if they are interested, like you suspected earlier, then chances are you are “good enough”. Rather than thinking in terms of being good or not, it’s probably healthier to think in terms of compatibility and attraction. Whether or not this one person feels you’re compatible and attractive is completely different to what another person may feel. Try to remind yourself that you are enough just as you are and focus on bringing out the positive qualities of yourself rather than emphasising ones where you feel insecure.
One thing psych has taught me is that people who project insecurity tend to actually push others further away; it’s hard to find something positive about someone if they’re only ever negative about themselves. It’s a horrible counter-productive cycle that only makes matters worse.