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  1. @Cocobo - I already moved out. This thread is 2 years old, but I brought it back to give everyone an update on my situation. I am now renting a room in a house with roommates. I am grateful that my parents allowed me to live at their house rent free, because it allowed me to pay off my car and save enough money to move out.
  2. Update: So I finally moved out about 3 months ago. I live with roomates in a house that's really close to where I work. I am planning on living here for at least a year, and by the end of the year I will have saved up enough money to move out on my own. I'm pretty happy where I'm at. My parents didn't want me to leave and everytime I visit them they ask me to move back in ha ha. I'm still going taking night classes. I wanted to quit my job and go to school full time, but obviously I can't
  3. If you want the CURE for acne which this website refuses to show, email [email protected]

    The reason why it cannot be shown on this site is because they KEEP removing IT !! :@ Acne is caused by the lymphatic system, liver impairment, parasites, poor blood, damaged intestinal flora and drugs/alcohols, etc. Spread the word!

  4. What are your interests? Join a group that doesn't engage in heavy drinking. There are a lot of intelligent college students out there who don't get hammered every night. Find them. If you like to draw join an art club, if you like to dance join a dance group, etc. Once you join, weed out the people who seem like all they want to do is party. Make friends with the people that have a genuine passion for learning and still know how to have a good time. Good luck! Things will get better.
  5. I did the whole online dating thing. Throughout the entire process, I would often find a lot of articles on the subject. I read most of them. One common piece of recurring advice, was to meet as soon as possible! If you do that, there is less of a chance to create unrealistic expectations, as many tend to do. This is how I did it. 1. Talk through e-mail for at least 3-4 days (1 week tops). 2. Give out my phone number after 3-4 days of e-mailing (if interested in him). 3. Make plans to meet o
  6. OP, you never addressed my response. There was a question in there for you. I'll quote it here, so you won't have to go back.
  7. One year in college my face exploded with acne after stopping my birth control. I was so upset. I figured everyone would expect me to look down in shame, because here I was walking down the halls with big ugly bumps protruding from my face. So, I did the opposite. I made eye contact with everyone I passed, and when I conversed with others I did my best to appear confident, even though I was so embarrassed. When people sense you can get past your acne, they'll get past it too. If you are fixated
  8. I've though about adoption before. I'd like to be a mother someday. My boyfriend and I both suffer from acne. In his case, he suffers from severe body acne. But if we adopt, how can we ensure that our adopted child won't grow up to have acne himself/herself? Am I to look into their records, and research family history? That's tough to do when so many adopted children have sketchy family histories.
  9. I use a sponge. My only gripe with sponges is that they absorb a lot of product, so I have to keep buying foundation more than most girls. And I use a lot of foundation, because I have so many red marks that need a lot of coverage. You can imagine how much I'm spending on foundation, ha ha. I use a blow dryer on the cool setting to blow dry my face after I blend the foundation, so that my face won't be sticky when I apply powder to set it. Put one one layer, then wait a minute or so and layer
  10. Their lightest color is Ivory, I'm pale and it was too white for me. It might work for you.
  11. Congrats on getting married! You can hire a really good makeup artist to help you out on your big day! Have you ever heard of airbrushed makeup? It's makeup/foundation that they airbrush on your face, using an airbrush machine. I read that it covers red marks and acne really well. Makeup artists use it for photo shoots. Google it online, and see if you can find someone in your area to do it for you. Don't skimp on the makeup artist and photographer, make sure they are top notch!
  12. This happens to me too. This morning, I had to reapply foundation to one of my cheeks. After the foundation was dry I put pressed powder over it, then blush. When I applied the blush I noticed that there was a patch of skin on my cheek that was absorbing more blush than there rest of my face. So I had this red circle on my cheek that looked disgusting. The only thing I can think of is that I didn't exfoliate last night like I normally do. I think exfoliating and probably a primer would have help
  13. You're absolutely right, it's not easy to forget that sort of thing. It's painful, and you should not have to deal with it, period. Find a friend you trust and ask if you can bunk with them, until you get back on your feet. In the meantime, ignore any verbal abuse, unless it becomes violent. In that case, call the police.
  14. My parents never suffered from acne, but I suspect the gene comes from my mom. I have a half brother who has a different dad, and my half brother has acne. My parents were always supportive when I had bad acne breakouts, they are always supportive when I'm ill or suffer from acne. The only thing they weren't/aren't supportive with is money, because they lack it. As a result, they never took me to see a derm when I was younger, I took myself to a derm when my acne got really bad. Luckily, I was