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bnp

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About bnp

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    Ontario, Canada
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    Auto racing, movies, running, working out, reading
  1. Since I started lifting weights and running, I've found that my acne has started to clear up. I've also started eating healthier and I never let my stomach go empty. This too, I believe, has led to my acne clearing up. I still have the occasional mini-breakouts, but thats usually on the weekends, when I splurge and eat sweets and such and don't workout. Obviously I'm thinking of changing that and continuing to run and workout on the weekends.
  2. I think that's how it's spelt. Polysporin or Polysporine, either way you know what I mean... I hope. Anyway, it helps prevents scarring and it heals fast.
  3. Believe me I've thought about it before as well. Mainly just the people who have never had acne and are the arrogant ones who think their better then you becuase they don't get it. Even if it's just for a day, I would really like to see how they react to being in are shoes. Maybe then they would have some respect.
  4. I hate looking in the mirror, hate it!! I always try and avoid mirrors. Like when I goto use the toilet, I'll look past the mirror and make sure I don't see my relfection. I can be happy and alright at one moment, and then I look in the mirror and bam!! I'm depressed and saddend again.
  5. It's been said that drinking milk can cause acne.
  6. I've been floating around here for awhile now, and I've read other people's stories, so I figured it was time I just got it all out and told someone. I hate having it inside and not being able to let it out. So here goes. I've had acne since about grade nine. I'm currently in my second year of college, and still have mild acne. Yeah it's only mild, but it still has a tremendous affect on me. I know other people have it much worse than I do, so all I can say is that I know what your going t
  7. I'll always look away from people when speaking to them, only making eye contacts for short bursts at a time. I also sometimes where a hat and pull the brim down low so it covers some of IT. I'll also usually walk with my head down as well.
  8. New here, but yeah, I feel differant around some people. I've noticed that I can't or just won't look people in the eye when I'm talking to them. I'll always be looking either down at my feet or away in another direction. I know it's not good, because they might get the impression that I'm not paying attention or I just don't care, but really I just don't want them looking at IT rather then at me.
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