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beautifuldoll

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  1. Thanks for the replies guys. Lol the "favebook" was a typo, but I like what you've done with it Lapis. Thanks onefatalgoose. That is a good option, just post about things you're passionate about.
  2. If so and you're a recluse like me what do you add on facebook about your life? Are your facebook "friends" just people you met online? Do you add pics of yourself or just random stuff? Please share.
  3. Not sure if I want to do that yet, but for those willing to make that step wouldn't it be nice if they let people know here that they're looking for friends to talk to on a more private format, other than PMs here? What do you think.
  4. Dude i don't your career is the issue here. I think you need to make changes to your life before thinking about a career. Careers have a habit of swallowing people and they become very obsessed and subsequently unhappy. Just like someone getting obsessed with their acne. There really isn't any difference. I don't know why you are recluse but seems you are unhappy with that fact. Small changes can go a long way and you need to be comfortable with doing other things and meeting other people. Balan
  5. Artist/own design company As far as motivation, I try so hard but it's so hard when other life problems weight so much more than your desire to be good or succeed at something. What mind set do you need to have? The finish line? Ie if I make it this this this and that will happen?
  6. We've all heard the saying it's not what you know it's who you know. Even in real life people say networking is important. It is important as to what you may find out to help you along the way but also having people that you know doing the same as you will motivate you, encourage you that someone actually cares. But has anyone here had sucess doing it all on their own, I mean no friends, nights alone, no verbal motivation from anyone? I'm finding it hard and envy the people on facebook (yes) who
  7. I thought people didn't like me because of my bad skin, but now that i'm getting out there to actually sort my life out I find out my personality is just one that people do not easily jel with. People either think i'm too quiet, or fake, or rude or up myself there is no inbetween. Haha I give up And why the fuck are people so fricking rude on public transport or in general? You accidentally knock someones shoulder, for example, you have the audacity to apologize nicely, and they act like you ju
  8. And so the long spring/summer season begins...I HATE SUMMER!!!! Whose with me?
  9. I always link those moments straight back to my skin. I can still have them when my skin's clear but those feelings of awkwardness instantly make me think about my skin regardless. But it's just a feeling. Unless that awkwardness manifests itself in physical ways, nobody can actually see it. I think it's really easy to forget that sometimes if we get wrapped up in it. Even if there are physical signs, it doesn't have to be a big deal. I remember at a gig a couple of months ago, I ended up
  10. Quite down, not so much because of acne but because of a family event i was forced to go to social even where you are forced/expected to have fun and I realized how truly uncomfortable I am in social gatherings with new people, having to smile, chat and I feel so dirty. uh! made me sad i'm still at that stage. Having my corner seat at uni i can deal with, noone expects you to actually have fun while studying, but social events, i still have a lot of work to do.
  11. I've never gotten involved with valentines day either. Those "perfect" ppl better watch out. Attack of the Zombcnes (zombie + acne) coming their way soon. :P
  12. Just saw this as a hashtag "i feel sorry for people with acne.. is it catchable? because i couldn't date someone with it tbh" If someone asks you this in real life say a big fat "YES" then hug them, kiss them do whatever you have to do but do not let them get away from your harassing embrace. dat is all Valentines day is the perfect day for this. May they enjoy
  13. Oh my gosh you are adorable. I'm kind of the same, except I'm not of age to go to most clubs and bars. When the time comes, I'm afraid to be equally lost. I wonder if there is some reference literature I can use to prepare myself...but then I realize this would be too ironic for the purpose of going (experiencing over just reading/talking about it). Good luck. I'd go with you if I was in the UK lol thanks. I'm guessing you're younger? You might not be as equally lost. When I was younger I didn
  14. when someone texts "so are we still on for tomorrow" and you avoid answering back cause all you can think about is oh shit, my chins flared up, oh shit why did I think I was ready for this
  15. not really. Fair play, if it's not something beautifuldoll has done before then it's not necessarily as simple as, "just relax". In fact, I think it's brave to state that it's something she hasn't done before and that it's unfamiliar because I bet a lot of people take their ability to socialise in those situations for granted. As for your questions, beautifuldoll... When you mentioned you were thinking of asking someone to the pub, you phrased it as a question. In that case, yes, I'll join yo
  16. I've never really been out with friends socially. I once went to Nandos with someone but that was it. When my family suggests going to go out, restaurants and stuff, I hardly go. I'm thinking of going for it and asking someone if they want to go to a pub? I have acne on my back and chest aswell, would wearing a shirt dress with turtle neck be ok for a pub? or is it too warm in there? I am socially awkward aswell, of course, so are the seats placed so that you have to face each other? Or
  17. Scars on a guy can sometimes be considered cool and give character ie james wood and many hollywood actors, but there aren't many women out there that show their scars, that's because women are supposed to be the epitome of beauty and perfection. when diaz or alicia keys has a pimple or scars it's scrtinized in the media but i've never heard of males being scrutinized because of this. generally it it easier for guys so i'm not surpised by skillrex. seen it before.
  18. looked at my skin in natural light and was devastated at how bad it looked. on top of this i've found people i used to go to c ollege with 6 years ago and everyone has moved on, married, travelled, love. devastates me so bad. And i don't want to hear then go out and there and get a life. I've been trying to for 15 years but it has been an ongoing circle of false motivation, then crumbling from the false motivation. I just wish i'd get hit by a bus sometimes, or murdered. No actually I don't.
  19. Don't know how people feel about religion here, but after much of my mums persuation, and my own will, I am going to go to church on sunday. I am looking at the facebook group of the church I want to go to and damn even those people look perfect. but surely if there's a place where I won't be judged by my looks it's church right.
  20. My sister is getting married and wants me to be one of the bridesmaids. She rejected my idea to have the bridemaids in eskimo suits. She wants a knee lenght, plunging back dress, has agreed to have a covered front at least to hide my chest acne. I never ever wear skirts without tights and that is because I have ketartosis pilaris on my arms, legs and other places on my body but because I love her i told her yes, i am willing to stand on an alter in front of a crowd of people from a minimun of 30
  21. if it was as simple as get a liffe or confidence, none of us would be here.
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