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  1. Hey guys, I want to connect with people being hit by the same problems than me (permanent scars on the cheeks). It would be cool to connect with those persons, and why create solid friendships. Man, I just don't connect anymore with people who don't have problems in life. So it would be great to feel cool around people sharing the same problem than me. Hope I'll meet some people, Mike
  2. Honnestly, I don’t know if being able to erase all my scars when I’m 40 wouldn’t depress me more than anything...
  3. BA, hi, I'm sorry, I've been searching a lot, but I couldn't find a list of practitioners in the FAQ... Would you tell me where it is in the FAQ please? I really would like to get to it. Thanks, Michael
  4. I couldn't agree more. I stopped feeling ashamed of being depressed by it. It's a disease.
  5. Man, thanks very very much to have taken the time to answer my question. I'll seriously think about all this. Really, thank you very much to have taken the time. It helps a lot. I'll deepply consider every point you mentioned
  6. Hi everybody, I'm from France, I'm 24. 2 years ago, I had a terrible skin infection living me with severe red/purple on my cheeks. I lost everything. As a black skinned, I was told unfortunately there are not much to do with old scarring... I realize I just accepted the idea of living a miserable life of solitude. I gave up every possible expectation I had. I'm honnestly mostly dead inside.. But I thought I maybe should try all I can to fix it, so I don't regret anything... So, I at
  7. It teached me many things. I love myself way more inside, it made me a much much better person. I realize that before, I couldn't go out without checking my looks in the mirror for an hour. Now I go out without even checking it. Now I absolutely don't judge people by their appearance AT ALL. And honneslty, in today s world, that's not an ability many people have. It also gave a real inner peace : I accepted the idea of living a stressless life. I just live the present mom
  8. It all depends on how it will evolve. If it doesn't create an other white head, you're all good and the area will just flat by itself, and the color will go back to normal. At least that's my experience.
  9. Hey what's up , you're talking to someone deeply depressed for years. Tell me.
  10. Thank you for wanting to giving help dude. As a black skinned, with severe scars, yes I did consider the options. And there are none. I'm scarred for life, and the only thing I could do is slightly improve it, which I don't care. I know people don't realize some people are scarred for life, and we are very limited in terms of technology for black people. Honestly, I know you want to help, but please don't talk to me about no treatments, like I said I went to dermarologists, specialists,
  11. I heard a lyric of a French singer the other day, that makes me think a lot. The song is a letter of the life lessons, and advices he would give to his child if he had one. He notably says "If you got the feeling nobody understands you, it's because it's true, nobody understand you. How could you blame them? Even you don't fully understand yourself" That's why I don't mind about people's opinions. Anyway. TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION : Honnestly, the thing that I could say help me the most
  12. Hey, Thanks for your answer. I know , when people talk about "self made success", " just believe in yourself..." , I mostly don't care when it comes from people looking like models. Most of them don't even know their own limits, and they don't realize they would never be able to go on TV, or engaging in all their social activities, if they had a single breakout. Anyway, I know it's really hard to motivate yourself to do things when you're depressed... But let me tell you something I th
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