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Quotes About AcneActual acne quotes from people having emotional and psychological effects of acne

Acne quotes of the people that generally hate the way they look having acne! There are millions of people that are suffering from acne problems today; where patients having mild symptoms of acne are greater than the patients with the severe forms of acne, its good news but emotionally scarred quotes can come out from anyone that depends on the sensitivity of acne sufferer in which he/she can easily overlook the emotional, psychological and social impact of acne. In relation to the less severe cases more severe forms of acne is sometimes hard to manage that causes disruptive psycho social issues. Remember acne is a common issue and not a life-threatening problem.

Here on the acne quotes page you will find some of the acne problem quotes, quotations and sayings that reflect the extent of the emotional and social disturbances; it can cause anyone without realizing that something positive can be done to get rid of the acne problems. These testimonials have come out from the people that are getting acne treatment that didn’t work for them, what these people should reconsider their real problem, actual cause and the right way to treat it while giving reasonable time and assistance to get the treatment done.

Reading quotes about acne, pimples and scars that sometimes become a big hurdle to achieve your youthful, glowing clear skin on your face and on your overall physical appearance make you really nervous and hopeless; if you are depressed or unmotivated, it’s not good, you should find some of the acne inspirational quotes, motivational quotes, funny acne quotes and success acne quotes from those people who have successfully controlled and cured their acne problems, it will bring back your confidence and relief which is the vital sign to get rid of the acne.

Here are some actual and famous acne treatment quotes or testimonials from people having adverse emotional and psychological effects that are also answered by people who have cured their acne, these people will tell you how to cure and live with acne:

 
 

There is no single disease which causes more psychic trauma, more maladjustment between parents and children, more general insecurity and feelings of inferiority and greater sums of psychic suffering than does acne vulgaris.

Quote #1

There is no single disease which causes more psychic trauma, more maladjustment between parents and children, more general insecurity and feelings of inferiority and greater sums of psychic suffering than does acne vulgaris.” –Sulzberger & Zaldems, 1948

While known for quite some time, the psycho social effects of acne have not been fully appreciated until recently. The reasons for this are many. After all, everyone gets acne to one degree or another. In most cases, it goes away on its own. While it’s running its course, it is not a serious threat to anyone’s overall physical health. In addition, until the last couple of decades, there was very little anyone could do to treat it.

 
 
 

I don’t look in mirrors…. I am like a vampire–I shy away from mirrors. I comb my hair using my silhouette on the wall to show the outline of my head. I have not looked myself in the eyes in years, and is painful not to be able to do that, and that is a direct result of acne, the acne scarring.

Quote #2

I don’t look in mirrors…. I am like a vampire–I shy away from mirrors. I comb my hair using my silhouette on the wall to show the outline of my head. I have not looked myself in the eyes in years, and is painful not to be able to do that, and that is a direct result of acne, the acne scarring.

Like a vampire, hating mirrors! Unable to face himself, how can this person hope to face the world?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I think that if I had more self-esteem about the way I looked, I think I would have been more outgoing. I would have gone to more parties. I probably would have been more outspoken in class and would not have felt so insecure about going up and speaking in front of a group of classmates.

Quote #3

I think that if I had more self-esteem about the way I looked, I think I would have been more outgoing. I would have gone to more parties. I probably would have been more outspoken in class and would not have felt so insecure about going up and speaking in front of a group of classmates.

Here is an extrovert, turned in on himself (or herself) because of acne. Who knows how different things would have been if he didn’t have acne?

 
 
 
 
 
 

It is really humiliating to feel like I have no control over my acne. I hold my head down and I am ashamed to look at: people, embarrassed. I am 25 years old and to be acting this way is very frustrating.

Quote #4

It is really humiliating to feel like I have no control over my acne. I hold my head down and I am ashamed to look at: people, embarrassed. I am 25 years old and to be acting this way is very frustrating.

In just three sentences, this person revealed humiliation, lack of control, shame, embarrassment and frustration. With the treatments available today, there is no reason to suffer like this.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

It’s associated with being dirty, and I hate that, because it’s not at all like that. I inherited it from my mother, and she’s always telling me that she had the exact same thing and that it will go away. I am mad that I inherited it from her. My dad makes me feel bad because he never had bad skin when he was younger, so he doesn’t understand…. I hate that the first thing people see when they look at me is bad skin. I really. really hate that.

Quote #5

It’s associated with being dirty, and I hate that, because it’s not at all like that. I inherited it from my mother, and she’s always telling me that she had the exact same thing and that it will go away. I am mad that I inherited it from her. My dad makes me feel bad because he never had bad skin when he was younger, so he doesn’t understand…. I hate that the first thing people see when they look at me is bad skin. I really. really hate that.

Myths about acne are a common source of family conflict. Teenagers tend to be rebellious anyway–do they need to have acne misinformation driving another wedge between them and their parents? One myth that makes this family situation worse: The notion that nothing can be done to clear serious acne sooner than if it were left alone.

 

I feel like I don’t look right no matter how hard I try to dress up and look nice–there is always that area of pimples there, and it is very unsettling. There really hasn’t been a day gone by that I don’t think about it, or look at my face…. Should I spend that much energy on it? I could be doing other things…instead of wasting 5 to 10 minutes every day looking at my face in the mirror, or playing with it, picking at my acne.

Quote #6

I feel like I don’t look right no matter how hard I try to dress up and look nice–there is always that area of pimples there, and it is very unsettling. There really hasn’t been a day gone by that I don’t think about it, or look at my face…. Should I spend that much energy on it? I could be doing other things…instead of wasting 5 to 10 minutes every day looking at my face in the mirror, or playing with it, picking at my acne.

This person is so preoccupied with acne that he almost neurotically picks at it. He is also clearly frustrated, as acne thwarts all attempts at achieving a good appearance.