1.full trust; belief in the powers, trustworthiness, or reliabilityof a person or thing: We have every confidence in theirability to succeed.
2.belief in oneself and one’s powers or abilities; self-confidence; self-reliance; assurance: His lack of confidencedefeated him.
3.certitude; assurance: He described the situation with suchconfidence that the audience believed him completely.
4.a confidential communication: to exchange confidences.
5.(esp. in European politics) the wish to retain an incumbentgovernment in office, as shown by a vote in a particularissue: a vote of confidence.
6.presumption; impudence: Her disdainful look crushed theconfidence of the brash young man.
7.Archaic . something that gives confidence; ground of trust.
i used to have that in me , till recently . i realised , i dont . maybe i do , but its getting lesser and disappearing . it’s beginning to set in , have an effect on me as yall throw insults and everything at me .
i think i’m getting used to it , and starting to believe it . believe that what your are saying is true . there are people who tell me its not true , you should’nt believe it . its your mentality which makes things worse . is it ?
i dont know .
i dont know when i’ll break down , maybe i’ll go jump off some building . i dont know . i really dont believe that i’m short , fat and ugly . i think i look ok . or maybe i dont .
i need someone to tell me , i’m beautiful and i;m worth it )’:
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