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k3tchup

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In Topic: Are You A Bum Because Of Acne?

14 April 2014 - 08:45 PM

 

 

 

 

i wonder if you could collect disability for this. Not that i support the whole lets claim welfare ban wagon. Many abuse it, however, when acne starts causing mental illness, the ante just went up. It becomes a serious ordeal. 

 

I would seek out financial help if at all possible. That is unless you can find a job where you pretty much stick to yourself. 

 

If you are having an acute episode of acne i would suggest going to doc, getting some antibiotics to help in somewhat of a remission and then work from there-exercise, complex, low inflammatory carbs/foods, avoid triggers, manage stress, get good amount of sleep, and sun.

 

You will have to deal wit the scarring and pih regardless; thats not something easily fixed unless you have deep pockets and lots of time. 

Don't offer medical advice if you're not a real nurse.

 

Lol, but I am. Kinda wouldn't post on my profile page all nursing related stuff unless I was one... ya think?

 

You need to step away from the computer and burn off some steam doing something constructive.  

 

Edit: not to mention the passages in my signature. Barking up the wrong tree guy...

 

Your job must be slow if you have so much time to spend on an acne forum.

Well you see, when your schedule consists of 3 12hr days per week you often find yourself with extra time unless your pick up extra shifts.

No wonder why they don't give you more hours...

3x12=36=full time for us. 

 

Your negativity makes me laugh. 


In Topic: Afraid That Nobody Will Like Me If I Become "too Ugly"

14 April 2014 - 08:40 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Also, I'm sorry you're offended by any viewpoints that don't match up with your own. You don't seem to know what "realistic" means. Just because something sounds negative doesn't mean that it's not realistic. Also, you really need to learn how to quote posts properly.

 

I wasn't offended? You were basically telling me I didn't know what I was talking about because my skin appears pretty clear in my profile picture when you know NOTHING about me. You have to be one of the biggest hypocrites I have ever come across. Yes, we are on an acne site. But you were the one that implied you didn't notice any acne on my face. I didn't sign up to be a member just for the hell of it. You referenced my appearance to say that my life experiences and viewpoints were probably different as a direct result of it, so yes, you were comparing lives. Also, look at what you just said. That just because something sounds negative doesn't mean it's not realistic. Don't you also think that also follows that just because something sounds positive that doesn't mean it's not realistic? Also, the fact that I didn't quote properly has nothing to do with the issue at hand. You got the message right? Since I was talking to you for the entire conversation, you should be able to tell which posts were which. I didn't even realize the quote boxes were erased when it was posted. I am NOW getting offended because even though you were the one that initiated an attack on my viewpoint..one that was intended for the encouragement of another person I add.... I have remained polite to you this entire conversation. But at this point you are just insulting my intelligence. You are not simply arguing, but using fallacies with every post you make. You are judging my life experience with no evidence, suggesting I cannot comprehend the definition of something just because I don't agree with you (Which is what you just accused me of), and you saw another opportunity to attack my intelligence by pointing out I quoted the posts incorrectly. Also, the thing I was suggesting was wrong with the OP is his self view. It is obviously self-destructive. I was doing nothing but giving encouragement. This is going to be my last reply because it is becoming a waste of my time trying to defend to you what was originally supposed to be a simple, positive (and yes, REALISTIC) piece of advice to someone else. Have a nice life.

 

Use paragraphs, I'm not reading a wall of text.

 

You obviously have the time to parade around here making swift judgments. You have the time to read a paragraph. 

 

Where did I say that I don't have "time"? It looks like you're the one making a swift judgment.  I said I'm not reading a wall of text. That huge wall of text needs to be broken into paragraphs for it to be read. K3tchup, do you know what reading comprehension is?

 

Critically think much? The idea of you complaining about this response is fronted by your lack of time for others' and not helped by laziness. The OP gave incite and advice for which you wrote off with a lame excuse. Furthermore you lack thinking skills-how easy is it to select>copy>paste into word doc> hit enter and start reading? 

 

Ain't nobody got time for that.. lol. So much work. 

 

K3tchup, you have no critical thinking skills at all so don't even try to use that excuse. You misinterpreted what I wrote and won't admit it. The OP put several paragraphs into one unreadable wall of text. It had nothing to do with lack of time.

 

How easy is it not just to write a big wall of crap and to get your point across clearly? It had nothing to do with my time or work. You said that you were busy in another post... apparently not so because you have time to waste embarrassing yourself online. I hope you're better at nursing than you are at this (though I doubt you're a very good nurse, based upon your lack of skills in general).

Difference of opinion and perspective.  I see laziness and excuses. 

 

I do not know how to explain this other than to say people can have busy lives with multiple deadlines ect and still have contact for example on social media or a public form. I would rather be busy than bored which is why i involve myself with multiple things.Often I view the boards late at night during break on my breaks and i will say my grammar/spelling suffer terribly. I do it to peek my interest in something else that will keep me thinking/functioning. When you work mixed shifts you might understand.

 

At times aspects of my life such as time for myself or friends is nonexistent because of my choices, but that's me. 

 

But more importantly i do not know why you are intently following and questioning my posts-this isn't twitter and i do not care for followers.

 

 

Good nurse/bad nurse. I will let my patients, other nurses, and doctors decide that as its not up to your ignorance to decide that.


In Topic: Are You A Bum Because Of Acne?

14 April 2014 - 08:26 PM

 

 

i wonder if you could collect disability for this. Not that i support the whole lets claim welfare ban wagon. Many abuse it, however, when acne starts causing mental illness, the ante just went up. It becomes a serious ordeal. 

 

I would seek out financial help if at all possible. That is unless you can find a job where you pretty much stick to yourself. 

 

If you are having an acute episode of acne i would suggest going to doc, getting some antibiotics to help in somewhat of a remission and then work from there-exercise, complex, low inflammatory carbs/foods, avoid triggers, manage stress, get good amount of sleep, and sun.

 

You will have to deal wit the scarring and pih regardless; thats not something easily fixed unless you have deep pockets and lots of time. 

Don't offer medical advice if you're not a real nurse.

 

Lol, but I am. Kinda wouldn't post on my profile page all nursing related stuff unless I was one... ya think?

 

You need to step away from the computer and burn off some steam doing something constructive.  

 

Edit: not to mention the passages in my signature. Barking up the wrong tree guy...

 

Your job must be slow if you have so much time to spend on an acne forum.

Well you see, when your schedule consists of 3 12hr days per week you often find yourself with extra time unless your pick up extra shifts.


In Topic: Are You A Bum Because Of Acne?

14 April 2014 - 03:29 PM

i wonder if you could collect disability for this. Not that i support the whole lets claim welfare ban wagon. Many abuse it, however, when acne starts causing mental illness, the ante just went up. It becomes a serious ordeal. 

 

I would seek out financial help if at all possible. That is unless you can find a job where you pretty much stick to yourself. 

 

If you are having an acute episode of acne i would suggest going to doc, getting some antibiotics to help in somewhat of a remission and then work from there-exercise, complex, low inflammatory carbs/foods, avoid triggers, manage stress, get good amount of sleep, and sun.

 

You will have to deal wit the scarring and pih regardless; thats not something easily fixed unless you have deep pockets and lots of time. 

Don't offer medical advice if you're not a real nurse.

 

Lol, but I am. Kinda wouldn't post on my profile page all nursing related stuff unless I was one... ya think?

 

You need to step away from the computer and burn off some steam doing something constructive.  

 

Edit: not to mention the passages in my signature. Barking up the wrong tree guy...


In Topic: What Supplements Normalize Sebum?

14 April 2014 - 01:17 AM

Vitamin A will cause dryness of the sebum, but im not sure it will "thin it out" like mucinex  mucomyst does to mucus. I would assume water helps, but i am also curious about vitamins. Its probably a b vitamin as someone said earlier.