Yes it has. I more than likely would have gone to college and gotten a job I loved. I would say it more than likely would have been something with engineering.
i can understand acne plays games but its basically ur mind thats the player.
my brother has bad acne but is still in engineering college.and trust me darling no office or no workplace in the whole bloody world would care if u had acne.
the big names from the multinational companies wouldn't care a bit about how the workers skin is ,provided he/she knows their job.
one of cousin has bad acne,he's still so beautiful - both physically and as a person.he's at such a great post at one of the leading banks in our country.
she swaps work at his own whim ,he's that good at his work..all with acne.
there are so many people in my country - i myself know or have seen so many with acne but getting through engineering(or any other course) entrance exam,study or campus-ing(viva sessions) have never been effected by skin or even looks.all that matters is if u're confident and if u're able as well as more or less presentable.
good luck with whatever u do.
but the key is to never ever let ur skin get in the way.
see,i can understand personal and social life may get effected but career..nothing can effect that ur career,ur ambition provided u r good at what u do.be it studies or any skill oriented field.
even actresses have bad times or bad days - u'd want to check out cameron diaz.
i know a few tv actresses in my country but not many people would know them.
I absolutely hated school more than anything because I got picked on constantly. I skipped many days of school and eventually dropped out because it took such a toll on me over 5-6 years. I feel if I actually had something to work for at the time I probably would have stuck with it, but I didn't have any ideas for a career at the time. I wish I didn't let other people control me that much, but at the time it felt like the only option I had.
While my job isn't what I love it has really helped me in social situations and has forced me to interact with people. Now if I could use some of the knowledge and actually ask a girl out on a date I'd be getting somewhere. I have gotten really bad in that area as I went on some dates between 20-22 and I am now 27 but haven't been on a date since. I felt in those years things were different because these girls were apart of my job and I would talk to them all the time. Now that I don't really NEED to talk to most people with my current job I avoid almost all females, or if I don't it's just a "hi" and nothing else because I have nothing to say and don't feel like they're interested. I need to gain some serious confidence in myself.
Edited by Helpclear, 25 May 2013 - 02:15 PM.