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In Topic: Considering Ending A Relationship Due To Acne.

17 May 2015 - 04:45 PM

I don't know if you are too sensitive or not, but I actually wouldn't mind if a girl had acne (scars). The problem might be bigger in your head than in reality. In my opinion, the state of your skin is always an extremely bad reason to end a relationship. It is not like he punched you into the hospital or something. If I were you, then I would talk with him about it. If he is like me, then he doesn't mind one bit.

In Topic: If You're Reading This...you Are An Amazing Person

17 May 2015 - 04:40 PM

I want to say, especially to the girls, that I, as a heterosexual guy, don't mind acne (scars) on a girls skin. The problem might be bigger in your head than in reality.

In Topic: It's Hard For A Man To Get Into A Relationshiop With Acne

06 May 2015 - 04:12 PM

You are absolutely correct, Lucas. Girls these days are waaay too shallow. I am like this:

1) Does she have acne? => No problem.

2) Is she a bit overweight? => No problem.

3) Is she shorter? => No problem.

And so on. You get the drift. You probably think like me, because you are a guy. I do have standards though. I don't like walking skeletons and whales. That is where my borders lie. I think that is where the borders lie for most men. Men are attracted to women just for them being women. I am dead serious. All the makeup and shaving stuff is bullshit.

You are not going to find girls who think like us. Ever.

In Topic: Everyone Who's Saying That You Are Ugly In Some Way Are Actually...

17 March 2015 - 06:49 PM

Once you push back everyone around you, things won't really get better. You will only push yourself further in depression since now you will be alone. I know because I literally pushed away everybody I knew away from me, and for the past year, I've been in the worst depression of my life. Life was better when I had friends, even if they thought I was ugly.

I'd rather be alone than be surrounded by psychopaths. Psychopaths cannot be your friends. A psychopath friend is an oxymoron.

In Topic: Embarassing Acne Moments

16 March 2015 - 02:39 PM

I was reading some of your guys' other posts about this topic and I wanted to talk about my own embarassing moments because I've had plenty. And id like to share them with people who can understand and relate. I remember I used to go to church when I was 15. My church had about 120 members we congregated twice a week. I promise you more than half of my church told me something about my acne. The usual dumb questions. Do you wash your face? What do you wash your face with? Little kids asking me why I had spots. Others blaming my parents for not buying me the right products. Others trying to sell me mary Kay products they swore would fix my face. I hated going. I would cry as I got ready for church. I would look in the mirror before I left my house and just cry. My dad telling me I was still the most beautiful girl. I don't go to church anymore. I also remember working as a cashier and customers asking me why my face was so red. Feeling everyone's eyes on me I just wanted to disappear. I quit. And going to school knowing huge spots on my face were just staring at everyone. Id just look down and try not to make eye contact. Canceling dates because I was too self conscious. Not going out with my friends cus I just felt so ugly. Taking pictures with my friends or family and looking at the pictures and just wanting to crawl in a hole and die. Yeah acne can really ruin a person

That people have faith doesn't mean they are social. The psychopaths are everywhere. We have all met them. I am not one of them though. They clearly got to you, but you should not give up. You should find people who are nice to you regardless of the state of your skin.