If you're someone with acne, the answer to your question about the aforementioned question “Does Acne Make You Unappealing?” Is probably a loud, unequivocal YES.
In the end, you think it looks ugly when you look in the mirror.
Society seems to support the idea that acne is unattractive.
And well, not trying to put you down further, but studies have shown that people rate it as unattractive.
This means that you, too, are unattractive, because you have it. Right?
I know that this is how I felt during the years of the struggle for acne. Assuming that as soon as a love interest saw that I had spots, they would in principle lose them in place.
(Flash news: never was).
Is it true that acne makes you unattractive?
So is it true that acne, by default, makes you unattractive?
I must argue that the answer is not because:
YOU DO NOT DO.
Acne is just a thing. A thing that in itself cannot be particularly attractive (speaks about our current social standards). It would be great if it just disappeared.
But you are not acne.
Everyone is struggling with something. It is just a part of man.
Acne is what you have to face.
This fight is a small part of the beautiful essence of who you really are. A small part of your glorious, beautiful, dirty humanity. It does not consist of your whole being.
We are very reductionists. We tend to cut everything we want to be an exceptional error. The particular weakness that we assume is a completely valid reason for the complete rejection by all we know and ever meet.
This drawback may lie in the fact that our skin is not perfect, our stomachs have a few extra rolls, or our nose looks like a curve. Or it could be any number of undesirable personal or life circumstances.
In truth, if acne is assessed in a study of attractiveness, then it is assessed from an objective point of view, probably from a photo where the “judge” knows nothing about the person. It changes everything.
In fact, attractiveness is more than that. Your personality, your laughter, your sense of humor, your manners, the way you move, your dreams, your ambitions, the way you behave, the things you have, etc. T. D.
Of course, some of them look, but eels also do not include your entire appearance.
Not to mention the fact that attractiveness in general is so subjective that it is attractive for one person, not for another, and vice versa. If you have acne or not, you will not be attractive to each individual (yes, perfectionists for us in the crowd).
Direct this message directly into your brain to solve 99% of your problems:
Perfection does not need to be loved, desired and cared for.
They see that it is attractive with acne. She does not see this.
I feel that with every woman I talk to with acne, who has a partner, a partner does not seem to give two flips about her skin.
And those who do not have a partner, always seem shocked when someone attacks them, in fact asks them or wants to deal with them, even if they escaped.
They see her beauty. She just does not see it.
You see, the fact that you are struggling with acne is such a small part of WHO, WHICH YOU HAVE, that in most cases it doesn't matter much. You are more than acne, and your attractiveness is more than your skin.
For someone who has acne, it seems uninteresting that others may look past him, because we see it as all that we are.
But think about how you treat others – do you choose your friends and lovers, based on their complete lack of flaws? Do you choose your acquaintances based on their large skin or lack of fat on the abdomen?
If they have some kind of “flaw”, whether physical or individual, when you love or love them, you just see that this is something like a trip.
Everyone you love comes with good and bad.
You know that the bad does not determine them or does not negate their beauty and surprise.
Your eels do not define you or your attractiveness.
Did you reduce yourself to being nothing more than your skin? It's ok if you have it! We all did it! Share your stories in the comments.