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I believe zits are love from your body for your spirit. Let's face it, if you look at this forum it's fair to admit that zits change you quit a bit, they make you more self-conscience and make you aware of how to take care of your body, not all downers if you ask me. It's all love it's all love, everybody knows puberty fucks with your body, nobody counts your zits, just hormones in the end, every cure or whatever the fuck that's supposed to mean or remedy's all work different for everyone.

If it sticks with you for years you might just learn to accept it as love not as a disease, it's a healthy state of mind either way you look at it.

Some advice, I noticed that you got good looking zits and bad ones, if you moisturize you'll notice that in time your skin changes quit drastically and zits change with 'em, this mostly goes for people with light acne I suppose, if severe, accutane.

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zits do nothing positive in one's life.

yes you become more self-conscience, and learn a thing or 2 about skin.

but it also irritates and damages the skin condition severely, and though it seems like the damage it does on the outside is the worst part of it, i think the emotional effects are even more damaging.

people begin feeling more and more insecure, they feel as if they dont fit in between beautifull clear skinned people, fearing people's reactions, while their social skills suffer, eventually making someone actually afraid of social contact, which makes them live a lonely life.

eventually some people might even get so depressed, that they dont really see the point in living anymore.

i know this sounds extreme, but as rediculous as it sounds, it does happen in real life

acne is a decease, and as much as hormones are a natural thing, acne isnt.

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zits do nothing positive in one's life.

yes you become more self-conscience, and learn a thing or 2 about skin.

but it also irritates and damages the skin condition severely, and though it seems like the damage it does on the outside is the worst part of it, i think the emotional effects are even more damaging.

people begin feeling more and more insecure, they feel as if they dont fit in between beautifull clear skinned people, fearing people's reactions, while their social skills suffer, eventually making someone actually afraid of social contact, which makes them live a lonely life.

eventually some people might even get so depressed, that they dont really see the point in living anymore.

i know this sounds extreme, but as rediculous as it sounds, it does happen in real life

acne is a disease, and as much as hormones are a natural thing, acne isnt.

Wow, couldn't have said it better myself.

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this has got to be a troll post, not even the stupidest motherfucker could think that

look at people who got/are getting scars from acne, the ones who feel the person they like could never like them because of their face, and many others. they feel the fucking love don't they?!!

Edited by rememberthisusername

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loving acne?????? Nope can't say I do.

This is a pointless post. No one loves acne but you. And I doubt very much you actually do.

Do you leave the house feeling good with no make up on?

Do you go swimming with not a thought of getting wet?

Do you go out on dates without putting your hair in your face the whole time?

Do you get up to do a presentation without feeling judged and made fun of?

Do you not look at people with clear skin and wish it was you?

Be honest.

Acne may make you a better person in some ways but personally I was a lovely person before and after acne. I didn't need the "love". That is all.

Edited by JaneDoe26

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gotta say for me, i dont feel the love, I hate it....no I despse it. I used be fine without it, I loved my life but now I dont, I constently think about allthe time, I cant help it. :(

I agree with the last few posts, it is not a blessing it is a curse of sorts.

But Im not one to judge what you make of it, so if you think its a blessing, its a blessing for you, but for the majority, its like what i said....a curse. :(

Edited by Kenny89

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loving acne?????? Nope can't say I do.

This is a pointless post. No one loves acne but you. And I doubt very much you actually do.

Do you leave the house feeling good with no make up on?

Do you go swimming with not a thought of getting wet?

Do you go out on dates without putting your hair in your face the whole time?

Do you get up to do a presentation without feeling judged and made fun of?

Do you not look at people with clear skin and wish it was you?

Be honest.

Acne may make you a better person in some ways but personally I was a lovely person before and after acne. I didn't need the "love". That is all.

Actually, I did all that and I don't feel ashame embarassed. And I suffered from severe acne ALL over my body. But so what? I went out partying and socialising. Did people diss me? Yes they did, but did I care? No. Acne is not a disease, the only thing it cause is psychological disorder like depression. The key to cure in acne is confident in yourself. That guy who started this thread was correct in every way. :clap:

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yes acne is disease, i mean no one wants to have it. clear skin is your birth right

but maybe zits are not as bad as we think. cause it is a sign to show you there's something

wrong. maybe if you wouldn't get acne. you would never know

you gotta change something. and u pay for it with much worse diseases

just my opinion

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loving acne?????? Nope can't say I do.

This is a pointless post. No one loves acne but you. And I doubt very much you actually do.

Do you leave the house feeling good with no make up on?

Do you go swimming with not a thought of getting wet?

Do you go out on dates without putting your hair in your face the whole time?

Do you get up to do a presentation without feeling judged and made fun of?

Do you not look at people with clear skin and wish it was you?

Be honest.

Acne may make you a better person in some ways but personally I was a lovely person before and after acne. I didn't need the "love". That is all.

Kinda relate to what you said...

Yeah almost everyday I look at people with clear skin and always find myself wishing it was me...

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