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Sword of Sorrow

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About Sword of Sorrow

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  • Birthday 01/01/1968

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    Learned no one really cares about another, not even your peers in chains.

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  1. I hope they get someone on there that has been severely scarred by this disease, both physically and mentally. Someone other than I. As I know I wouldn't have the guts to do it.
  2. R0ckst4r, try to get out and see the world. It doesn't always have to involve placing yourself in the thick of people if you know what I mean. Would a face full of acne keep me from seeing a beautiful California beach sunset?, hell no! SOS
  3. One of things I hate about forums is a generalization is perceived as fact. To anyone that makes a statement that: Having acne makes no difference in how others treat you. And confidence will always make rows of happy little flowers sing love songs for you... That is folly. People judge. And judgment is a selective process. Perhaps you found favor in people by your personality, or by your natural looks aside from the acne. This isn't to say everyone will get the same level of postive res
  4. Ok, so you feel ugly. Granted, you will find people out there that agree with you, 100 percent. You have but two choices, feeding THOSE people your scraps of what little self esteem you have left. They will devour it with a smile. Or you can feed THOSE that still see the good in you. And they are out there ( I used to assume no one could see good in me also ). In the meantime, regardless, the world continues on. Your happiness, or pain, won't have any bearing on that. SOS
  5. What you have become is a question whose answer lies waiting further down the road. What doesn't kill you will make you a stronger person. That will be the cure for you being a pushover.

    You will be ok through this. And friends you will find here I'm sure.

    1. I generally avoid it. Except where it is really important to do so. I act so well. The weakest spot is with women, I love to look at theirs, but a stare back gets a turning of the head, i.e. insecure. SOS
    2. If you have someone that truly loves you for all of your flaws, hold on to them with every bit of love that you necessarily can't feel for yourself. Gven the situation, it's is a rare gift. Being separated from that, once it's gone, sets in a heartache, a void, that you have never seen the likes of. SOS
    3. Reading this, I feel your pain, having lived it myself. It is easy to lead yourself to the conclusion that running into those people that have no idea what it is like, for lack of direct involvement, can lead you the suffer the risk of getting a hurtful comment from them. Part of the difficulty is knowing the precise reason why people say what they do, whether this is just human tendency towards something they don't understand, or purely an individual's choice to take pleasure in your torment.
    4. Sadly I am, acne ruined me!

      1. Gee, according to this reasoning, the only reason why I never had a real girlfriend until age 35 was because all the women with acne never knew I existed ( or vice versa ). ROFLMAO. You are killing me dude. Seriously. SOS
      2. Hippo analogy is a good one I say. They are quite harmful to humans in their natural habitat. SOS
      3. Emotional hurt leaves an impression that removing the catalyst doesn't always help. Ask yourself, don't you ever get tired of being the "old" you? SOS
      4. aww thanks for the sweet comment!:)

        1. Skye, you actually are a beautiful young woman. Truly.

          Might have to give consideration to hacking into your account and dropping the 'ugly' off your SN.

          LOL

          1. You are beautiful no matter what. Please don't let this rob you of your dreams! SOS
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