Lots of us keep wishing for better day. These moments usually come together with the difficulties that arrive to haunt us around. It is true that hardships make us stronger but what is the price to pay for that strength? Do we really need these moments?
The answers are not easy to find. At times we definitely think that it would be much easier if the problems could just disappear and we knew nothing about them anymore. But everything does happen for a reason. When it comes to health it is tough to explain it to yourself that sometimes just a little more care towards your own health does magic. We are too busy thinking about other things that we always forget to take care of what’s important. And health definitely is that important thing in our life. Continue Reading »
You probably know what it feels like to wake up in the morning with the hate for the way you look. Each and every one of us has those moments once in a while. We can’t help but feel depressed and vulnerable because of the state we find ourselves in.
Acnes don’t have to hurt to make you experience discomfort. It can happen so that you will start to realize that getting used to having them is the only solution left but this is one big mistake people seem to make. It is totally wrong to accept that fact that the problem you have is here to stay for good. The best attitude to have is to be willing to fight the issue that keeps on irritating and making the hell out of your life. Continue Reading »
For the majority of people, acne comes, stays for a month or so, and then passes peacefully away. There’s some looks and comments to put up with but, for the most part, the whole experience is painless. But for those of you who are unlucky, the comments and behavior toward you are cruel. This is more likely when a mild outbreak refuses to clear up, or the outbreak is more severe. Then those whose mouths are bigger than their brains will suggest you have hygiene problems or start treating you as if you have leprosy or some serious contagious disease. This can cause emotional scarring. No matter how you prepare yourself when you leave home every morning, there’s a sense of dread you can never shake off as you approach school or work. It passes beyond self-consciousness. It becomes a fear of being seen in public. Left untreated, this can become social anxiety disorder or, in the worst cases, agoraphobia. Continue Reading »