I find a lot of joy in writing these motivational messages. They have gotten some views, so I hope that I have impacted people with my words. My words are all genuine. I want people to be happy. I know what it feels like to have swollen cheeks with deep cysts dwelling underneath my skin. I have felt the dread of not knowing when my face would ever look normal again. I know what it feels like to not want to leave the bathroom after you wash all the makeup off. What I did about it is what made all the difference. I stopped caring. I stopped thinking about what other people would think about my face. I knew that good things would come with a little time! I waited. I focused on other things, other people, other thoughts. I became happy. I started to love myself. I don’t feel like I need a perfect face to be happy anymore, because I know that is never going to happen. Nobody has a perfect face. I love the face I was given and I am going to treat it the best I can. You should too. Just relax. Know that good things come with time. it’s a fact of life. Peace.
Looks. Why are they so important? Who defined what is beautiful? This has always been troubling for me. Why is it that we look on the outward appearance way more than the inward? Some of the best people I have ever met in my life did not have a Hollywood pretty face. They are just normal people. There are even some who society would call ugly that are the ones with the most amazing stories to tell. People are so intricate and unique. Every single person in this world has millions of things to say and teach and discuss and preach; all you have to do is open your mind and listen. Once you do, there is nothing holding you or anyone back. Can we all just see the good that everyone has to offer? I guess the main point I am trying to get into your brain is that your outward appearance doesn’t mean one thing. What is going on inside of you is what really matters. A beautiful personality makes someone beautiful on the inside and the outside. It’s a fact of life. It works the other way too, as you may have noticed. Beautiful people can become ugly with a bad personality. Mean people are not beautiful, at least to me they aren’t. Be you. You are great. So great. I don’t know you but I wish I could come talk to you for a good minute and see what you are all about. Keep being great. Peace.
You never have to be alone. Even if you think that there is not one soul who cares about you, I PROMISE you there is. I will prove that to you by letting myself be that one person who cares. This blog post is entirely dedicated to YOU and your questions. Comment a question or a comment, anything you would like to vent or say to me. I will do my best to answer your question, give you words of encouragement, or simply thank you for commenting and taking the time to read my blog. I know what it feels like to feel lonely and I don’t want anyone to have to deal with that for an extended period of time. Never give up. Keep on being positive. You are way better than you think you are. These can be questions or comments about your struggles with acne, or just simply your struggles in life. Let this blog post serve as a safe haven for you.
Everyone has insecurities; things that they want to change about themselves. We look at others around us and wish we had what they have. There is not enough self confidence in this world. There is too much envy. You are beautiful. Your flaws are what make you stand out. Always remember that people are noticing your unique qualities and appreciating them before anything else. You never know if someone you are envying is secretly envying you. You are so much more than you think you are. There is so much you are capable of. Be grateful for every little portion of your body and soul. You are the only you in this world and no one can change that. LOVE YOURSELF.
My skin has been looking really great lately. I wake up in the morning and I look in the mirror and I actually like what I see. This has not been the case in years. But, I have no regrets in my life. I don’t wish that I would have started Absorica sooner. I know that I was given these challenges with my skin for a reason, and I am filled with more gratitude to God than I could have ever imagined for these improvements. I know that because I was burdened with acne all of these years, I am even more grateful for the clear skin I am being blessed with now. I have learned how to be comfortable in the skin that I was blessed with. I have learned that I am so blessed to be able to look past my flaws and love myself for who I am. I guess I decided that I was going to take this step with Absorica when I became truly happy with myself inside and out. I did not go into this medication with the mindset that I will gain confidence and happiness from this, even if I do. I have already become confident with myself and I have so much joy in my life. I have been able to overcome my fears of people seeing my flaws. I feel like Absorica is a reward for all of the pain that I have gone through with acne. I want to show people that you can be comfortable in the skin that you were blessed with. I am excited for the rest of my journey and I hope that people who are struggling with acne will know that they are not alone and the can still love themselves. Our flaws are truly the things that make us beautiful. Work your flaws. Own them.