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joeKR

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  1. I'm going into my senior year at my university. What you need to do is get involved immediately in any way you can. Frat, sorority, organizations, clubs, whatever. Meet people. Find people like you with whom you can relate. Make these the best years of your life, because they very well can be. What did I do my freshman year? I played video games and interacted very little with my peers. I can say it was one of the worst years of my life and also a huge regret. I slowly started branching out o
  2. Are girls attracted to bad boys? Some are yes. Are all girls attracted to bad boys? No. You're probably going after the wrong type of girls if this is an issue to you. Anyways, like n1ck said, these guys are probably exaggerating a ton. Don't take it all to heart.
  3. Well just know that it's better to have someone and then to lose them than to have never had them at all. This is coming from a 21 year old virgin who has never had a serious girlfriend in his life. And it's not because I'm unattractive; it's just because I'm so insecure about how I look I push everyone away. It's a lonely way to live, believe me.
  4. As stated by many others in this thread, everyone has it bad. That being said, I believe that girls have it slightly worse. From an evolutionary perspective, desirable traits in a man include physical attractiveness, but are less emphasized when compared to a woman. Things like intelligence, wealth, social worth, and humor seem to be weighed heavier in men (traits that would be advantageous for protecting their young.) This is mostly instinctual, and modern society has eliminated a lot of the
  5. I feel for you katy-alex. I've had acne on my back and chest for about 4 years now, since I was 17. I never go swimming and I don't go on dates because I'm afraid of what she might think of me when I take my shirt off. I still make myself go out every weekend though because I'd like to think that acne hasn't completely taken over my life. At least it's comforting to know that others are going through the same thing I am...
  6. Cutting out caffeine from my diet completely had no affect on my acne.
  7. You are completely wrong.
  8. Retrolicious is correct, you're just putting yourself through unnecessary stress. Sex is healthy and natural.
  9. Personally eggs do not break me out. In general eggs are pretty good for you and so is working out. Try to think of something else that it could be because not working out to maintain healthy skin doesn't seem like a compromise you should be making.
  10. Removing all of the junk out of my diet and eating complex carbohydrates, veggies, lean protein, and healthy fats has really cleared me up rather nicely. Exercise doesn't have as much as an effect on me but it has still been beneficial for my skin.
  11. Clean diet that is also very anabolic muscle-buliding wise. No fruits or simple sugars. Low fat meats and milk. Lots of green vegetables. Water. No soda. What's the apple juice in there for?
  12. I've restricted sexual activity for a couple weeks in the past multiple times and it never improves my acne. In fact, it appears to get a little worse.
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