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  1. Hi Enter the Dragon, To begin with, yes, you are correct to be feeling the way you have been, but, there is no need to concede defeat yet. Remember the Accutane exacerbates the feelings of helplessness/depression, so be wary. If the Accutane does not work, then you must try a drug called Spironolactone. It is prescribed to both men and women. I know people who have fought acne for decades to no avail using other drugs, and were cleared by this drug. Do not give up; things do turn around.
  2. Ill never know what im truely capable of or who i could have become if I didnt have acne. Yes, this is the line running through my head. Missionaryman - I would avoid scarring if I were you. In other words, take the Accutane if scarring is a likely outcome.
  3. perfectly. Biology is completely random, whatever hand you're dealt by circumstance is what you're stuck with & that is your destiny. Destiny is only preordained after the fact & then u have no chance to change it. The human mind rejects the idea of randomness, it hurts to think about it. Destiny/fatalism is one and the same. Destiny/fatalism: the doctrine that human action has no influence on events. This doctrine is undone by the highly likely possibility that human actions/precauti
  4. I wasn't talking about a sex worker - you misunderstood. I was talking about girls I know. And by the way how does your concept of destiny fit with your concept of randomness?
  5. Catherine Zeta Jones - you have to be kidding me! Enter the following words into google: Asia Argento. It's not about the whore look, it's much more complicated than that. And you are universalizing when you imply that this is what all men want. The whore look may interest one for 2 weeks of crude animalisitic sex, but it's all down hill after that.
  6. I'm not sure that I would categorize the look as the "fallen woman" look, but somethings definitely going on :-k. I think it adds a layer of "complexity" for lack of a better word, and this definitely equates to a look of heightened sexiness.
  7. I don't see many girls with acne/scarring, but, I have seen a handful, and they were HONEYBUNNYS! It is definitely possible to be HOT with acne/scarring. You never know you may run into a very good looking guy with acne/scarring, so be on the look out. I judge a girl on the following: facial attractiveness (acne does not enter into the equation), dress sense, and mind/soul.
  8. Just give it time; you will probably find that you will have moved right along in a months time. You sound too good for this guy.
  9. Spironolactone actually reduces the amount of testosterone produced at the adrenal gland, and competes with androgen at androgen receptor sites. It is precsibed to men; remember, it is designed to treat high blood pressure in both sexes first and foremost. It does not affect the blood pressure in those whose blood pressure is normal to begin with. Dermatologists usually just give men a lower dose, because it can stunt your sex drive if taken at high doses. It is more effective than Accutane, and
  10. Hi guys, I am not really disappointed with the thread; no body definitely owns the thread. I guess I got the ball rolling, and to put it succinctly, the ball kept rolling with its own momentum. No one should feel guilty; I implicitly knew that psychologists would not be able to help. I just wanted to share my experiences.
  11. I don't know what happened to this thread; however, I would like to announce that I am no longer seeing my psychologist? I would like to thank all of those who gave their time and participated, and I sincerely wish everyone the best.
  12. Spironolactone actually reduces the amount of testosterone produced at the adrenal gland, and competes with androgen at androgen receptor sites. It is precsibed to men; remember, it is designed to treat high blood pressure in both sexes first and foremost. It does not affect the blood pressure in those whose blood pressure is normal to begin with. Dermatologists usually just give men a lower dose, because it can stunt your sex drive if taken at high doses. It is more effective than Accutane, and
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