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  1. Don't give up brah. I know how you feel. Despair. Frustration. Depression. But keep pushing. I've been in that state multiple times because of how my skin was. But I decided that enough was enough. I fixed up my skin for good through hard work and sacrifice. You can do the same. Make this time the last time you suffer so terribly.
  2. Not washing my face never works for me. I mean it kinda works for the first couple days. But after that my acne just comes back and starts breaking out like crazy in cysts and multiple pustules. It seems like in the beginning the oil mixes with the skin and kinda "massages" and "soothes" the skin but we know that can't last long. Oil ultimately equals zits no matter what. It's better to have a regular consistent effective washing/topical medication routine than to blindly rely on trying to be a
  3. Lol I drank a lot of Smirnoff vodka today. Got pretty drunk. Usually makes my face quite red but alcohol usually doesn't positively or negatively affect my acne unless I drink sugary alcohol drinks like four loko or start mixing and drinking multiple hard liquors like brandy and vodka.
  4. Flat bench press, incline bench press, flat dumbbell press, incline dumbbell press, military press, dumbbell shoulder press, dumbbell lateral raises, dumbbell rear raises, machine flies, reverse machine flies, barbell and dumbbell shrugs, deadlift, squat, crunches, leg raises, cable pushdowns, dumbbell and barbell curls, hammer curls, skullcrushers...
  5. I masturbate all the time, multiple times per day if I'm in the mood. I don't think it affects my acne at all. Diet is the real thing you should be wary about.
  6. I'm in the same boat; I have good facial features but my skin holds me back at times when it's on the bad side. When I'm clear I'm quite confident in myself.
  7. This may just be an assumption or an inaccurate observation but whenever the weather is particularly more hot and humid, my skin slightly tends to be more red and generally inflamed and irritated, which can lead to an increased number of breakouts. However, when the weather is more cool and dry my skin seems to be more calm and relaxed and pale; breakouts, if they do form, quickly go away and the general, overall tone of the skin is fair and clear.
  8. Always anything indirectly or directly from cow's milk. Dairy. Lots of soda too. Cola. Cake. Cookies. Things like that.
  9. Take a break. Meditate. Go exercise. Try running. It's therapeutic. It's mind-opening. It'll change your perspective on things. Try running for as long as you can until you almost collapse.
  10. What gets me through the day is food. And sleep. And wanking off. Things of that natures. Movies. Internet. Sitting back and leaning back. Being lazy.
  11. I've been getting drunk 2-3 times a week for the past month or so. No new breakouts except when I was so drunk I passed out and vomited all night and couldn't wash my face properly.
  12. or does it have little to no effect
  13. these days my skin has gotten worse and so has my social anxiety and confidence whenever I hang out with my girlfriend or go out to eat with her I always feel so uncomfortable and anxious and always have to get drunk to feel good and confident this has been happening too often and in the past month 2 times I drank way too much and ended up vomiting all night and passing out and even went to the hospital I really don't want to drink but when I'm sober I always feel so terrible and anxious and
  14. I'm depressed. I know what it feels like to be depressed. You're probably depressed. When I'm clear I'm still depressed but when I'm broken out again like now, my depression and anxiety and frustration are that much worse and unbearable. I used to take medication to help with my mental health. I believe while I was popping those pills my emotions and mood were much more controllable. I stopped abruptly a few months ago due to insurance issues. The worst of the withdrawal symptoms are over and no
  15. Life is tough for me as well. Life is hard for many, for most even. Life gets me down, really annoys and frustrates the fuck out of me. But I don't want to kill myself. So I gotta keep truckin' I guess. I don't want to do it but I have no other real option. I suppose we should focus on the positives and not too much on the negatives. We should focus on the solution, not the problem. I should focus more on ways to avoid as much pain and unnecessary suffering as I can and maximize pleasure and hap
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