DEAR ABBY: I’ve had a problem with insecurity and jealousy for as long as I can remember.
My parents divorced when I was 4. I have two older sisters who are twins and a half-brother my stepmom and dad had when I was 18.
My sisters were always the popular and favored kids because they were twins. My grandparents took them to twin contests and constantly bragged about their talents. They were popular and were the talk of the school.
I was born legally blind. (I can see, just not well.) I had learning disabilities and have always been overweight. I was bullied at school and had few friends.
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