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Does my bad rep make guys think less of me?


 
I'm a bit of a slut, but I'm OK with that, and so are my friends. But since this started, guys treat me differently. They flirt with me in private, but in public, nothing. Does my rep have anything to do with that?


Yes, you’re reputation has everything to do with that. Guys talk just as much as girls do, so if you hook up with one guy, chances are, lots of guys know what to expect from you. You’re setting yourself up for getting all the wrong treatment from guys, so it’s time to make some changes.


Even worse than guys thinking you’re a slut is you thinking you’re a slut and being OK with that. When you were little, did you think, “When I get older, I want guys to use me?” No, you probably wanted to be in a healthy and loving relationship, which you won’t ever get if you don’t have respect for yourself.


Start finding new things to be proud of, and think about changing your circle of friends. You should be surrounded by people who make you feel better, not by people who want to bring you down.

BY RACHEL NUGENT ON 1/7/2012 12:00:00 AM

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