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Cyberpile last won the day on February 5 2014

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  1. You make it seem like scars and red marks aren't an important part of acne.org because they're not acne. Does anyone know of a better acne scar forum or PIH forum? The forums were combined partially because people with redness were posting in the scar forum anyway? This could easily be fixed by naming the scar forum REAL SCARRING NOT RED SPOTS or PERMANENT CRATERS NOT LITTLE RED DOTS WHERE A PIMPLE WAS. Call the redness forum IMAGINARY SCARS NOT PERMANENT HOLES or REDNESS NOT PITS ON YOUR SKIN.
  2. Whenever I took months of tetracyline or accutane and the painful inflamed pimples covering my entire back completely vanished, there would be moments when I would become aware that I felt different. I'd actually ask myself "Why do I feel good?".
  3. Masturbating and bodybuilding can cause a person to perspire and that might produce a few pimples if you don't gently wash your skin afterwards. If anything, my acne improves from bodybuilding. I always shower immediately afterwards though.
  4. My dad had the most common kind of cancer, basal cell carcinoma. He had to apply a cream for several weeks until it was gone. If the cancer wasn't caught early he would have had the cancer either cut out or frozen off with a chemical. I know we like to associate cancer with pain, suffering and death, but do you really believe that having an easily treatable little bump on your skin is worse than having a hundred treatment-resistant bumps and blackheads all over your face for a decade of your you
  5. My dad had the most common kind of cancer, basal cell carcinoma. He had to apply a cream for several weeks until it was gone. If the cancer wasn't caught early he would have had the cancer either cut out or frozen off with a chemical. I know we like to associate cancer with pain, suffering and death, but do you really believe that having an easily treatable little bump on your skin is worse than having a hundred treatment-resistant bumps and blackheads all over your face for a decade of your you
  6. "There is no single disease which causes more psychic trauma, more maladjustment between parents and children, more general insecurity and feelings of inferiority and greater sums of psychic suffering than does acne vulgaris." --Sulzberger & Zaldems" Yet another person misinterpreting the quote. What about the rest of the quote? Do you think the quote means having acne is worse than brain cancer? That obviously isn't true. That quote is referring to the totality of all psychic trauma from
  7. u really believe that? really? no other disease? its said,doesnt mean its true! like i said, billions of people have had acne when they were young. That part of the quote that might not be true. I'm sure growing up with leprosy across my face would cause me more psychic trauma, but it's referring to the sum of all the psychic trauma from acne. This is counting all the people that have suffered greatly from acne and scarring for years and even the teenagers that were embarrassed about having
  8. i have nothing to say on this! i will ignore the fact that some said this and others believed. Billions of people get acne when they are young. Their is no way of adding up all the all the psychic trauma but can you name a skin disease that's common enough to have a higher sum of maladjustment between parents and children, more general insecurity and feeling of inferiority and greater sums of psychic suffering than does acne vulgaris? It's a quote from medscape introducing a study showing acn
  9. You are beyond delusional, dude. I'm sorry that I had to be so blunt. Especially your last few statements. You have NO idea what you're talking about if you think that there is no disease more serious than acne when it comes to causing psychic trauma, etc. Think about life more deeply. That's pretty much the only advice I can give you. I have had moderate acne outbreaks more than once in my life and do have some scarring, but I have 0 problems hooking up with girls and being a head-turner anywhe
  10. Do you enjoy sad movies and books? Yes, sad stuff does make people feel better. Research shows listening to sad songs helps people recover from breakups. So, maybe sad posts help people recover from breakouts. Furthermore, listening to sad songs can make you feel like someone out there knows how you feel and that can help you feel less alone when you’re depressed. I think people like knowing someone out there sort of knows what it’s like to have their severe acne, instead of someone with decent
  11. Is there a way to view the new content page without it?
  12. Your username is perfect. You're even being negative about negativity. I was told so many positive things that might benefit most people, but harmed me. I was always told not to worry, it will go away soon and that my scars weren't permanent. My acne didn't go away and I wasn't aware that my face would end up being permanently covered with atrophic scars and enlarged pores for the rest of my life. Struggling to find a cure is the only reason my face isn't still covered with blackheads and white
  13. Some of my scars appeared even deeper during the first few days. You should probably expect 25-50% improvement after 3 months.
  14. Looks matter more than you think. "women are generally more likely to say that looks do not matter (Lippa, 2007), despite empirical evidence suggesting that look do matter (Feingold, 1990; Sprecher, 1989; Woll, 1986)." You are unaware of how much of an impact skin has on the way you perceive people. Acne and scarring can negatively change the way people perceive you in so many ways. You might believe you don't have any chemistry with a guy that has severe acne and scarring, but if that same guy
  15. I took 12-20 grams of pantothenic acid for three months and I did notice my skin wasn't as greasy. However, my pores appeared to be bigger. It did not help my blackheads at all. I'm wondering if vitamin b5 changes the quality of sebum so that it has a higher viscosity. Did anyone else notice clogged pores, but skin that appeared less oily while taking b5?
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