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Influenced

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  1. How old are you now, and how old were you when you first fell in love? I was 22 when I got married, and seperated two years later. I'm now 25. Was the love mutual, or one-sided? At first, yes. Have you been in love several times, if so, how many? Once. Do you find it easy to fall in love? No. Did you ever think you were in love, but it was really infatuation or obsession with the fantasy/idea of that person? Yes, but it wasn't with my ex-wife. How did you know you were in love? I decided t
  2. Admitting to being hurt is a sign of strenght in my view. It shows me that person is prepared to stand their ground and face their problems. Denying that those feelings do not hurt or do not exsist is just running away and not confronting these problems. It takes a stronger person to stand there and face their problems. Ive cried over a girl before and anyone who knows me will tell I aint no pussy. I am brutally honest with other people and I am brutally honest with myself. I have to as
  3. Honestly, if you rolled out of bed tomorrow morning with a perfectly clear face, where would you go? What would you do? How much would you accomplish in your life? And would your life be forever changed?
  4. Wait a second, has your doctor actually diagnosed you with rosacea yet? If not, it may just be severe flushing. Try not to sweat it just yet. My derm prescribed Retin-A Micro for my rosacea. I've been off Accutane for almost six months and I just started applying the Retin-A a couple of months ago. Apparently it takes up to twelve weeks for the cream to start working, so I'll keep my fingers crossed. And yes, he said that it may go away, and that I should have faith in my retinoid, but that
  5. Can you tell the difference between clingy/needy/pushovers and the truly depressed?
  6. That's terrible! Women are no more or less shallow than men. It varies from person to person. I, for one, can honestly say that I am not shallow. I know plenty of women who aren't. You're right, men can be just as shallow as women and I apologize for not pointing that out. However, from my experience, and because I'm not in the least bit attractive, the opposite sex (women) prefer my better looking counterparts ---- 95% of the time. This is just based off my observations and a mere proces
  7. You'd be surprised. Personally, I do not point out the flaws in others, but I know plenty of people who do. For instance, my sister and her friends: These are grown women and the things they talk about regarding his/her looks, or that guy's face, or her boobs, are quite surprising. Even at work, guys----and even some women----mouth off and demean others for their looks. A female customer came in for business one day and a handful of my co-workers (one of them female) were snickering over the
  8. That's terrible! Women are no more or less shallow than men. It varies from person to person. I, for one, can honestly say that I am not shallow. I know plenty of women who aren't. You're right, men can be just as shallow as women and I apologize for not pointing that out. However, from my experience, and because I'm not in the least bit attractive, the opposite sex (women) prefer my better looking counterparts ---- 95% of the time. This is just based off my observations and a mere proces
  9. No, people's opinions are meaningless to me. All of their judgements, assumptions, and conclusions are completely irrelevant and have no value whatsoever. Infact, people like that are, in my eyes, void from existence and their words just flow right through me.
  10. You need to rise up out of your depression and pound your life into smithereens. Use Anger to guide you there.
  11. There are women out there who look through physical flaws. Their numbers are few, but they're out there.
  12. Yes, I'm quite clear, but I'd rather have moderate acne over thinned hair, severe scarring, and rosacea. That's just how I feel about it.
  13. Judging from your statement, I'm assuming you idolize your kind/forgiving god out of fear. Irony?
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