Bad skin dating
Maybe I'm a harsh judge of my skin or scar repair tech affects everyone differently, I personally will judge a girl for her scars even though I'm scarred myself.
The truth is if I don't find her attractive then we obviously have a problem.
Guys, so I find myself going out with a nice 29 year old Eastern European girl on many date's and she wants a commitment out of me.
There are really no problems in the "relationship" except for the fact that I can't quite get past her look.
When I was at uni there was a really cute blonde with one arm.
She had a really pretty face and a great, athletic body, but I would never ask her out, because I couldn't take being rejected by a girl with one arm. I couldn't help but think, "Damn this chick has only one arm, and she just turned me down for a date?! " I wouldn't ask them out, because I wouldn't want to be rejected by a deformed chick.
I am not sure how to bring up the theme of her seeing a plastic surgeon (don't think a dermatologist would be enough) without her becoming extremely upset as she already tries to cover the area with her hair and makeup all the time. So, my question is have any of you guys dated girls with bad acne scars and how have you been able to overcome this? There's a few flaws in chicks I can't deal with: -Acne -Acne scars -Ugly feet -Stringy hair Think about it this way: when a relationship first starts out you don't mind her flaws as much, but as it progresses the flaws will become more of an issue as the newness of the relationship wears off.I know the saying go's "beauty is only skin deep" but this is something that also worries me a bit in public with her. If you think it bothers you now, wait 6 months, you won't even want to kiss her.How are you handling it with girls who you are considering taking to the next level, i.e., having a serious relationship (or should I try to break off contact as it will only get worse as she ages? Even more disturbing is that she refuses to get help to fix them.Fraxel puts heat into your skin, some people get burns & some lose fat. I know it does work for a lot of people so I'm not going to say don't do it but just make sure you have a laser doctor. Additionally, sometimes these procedures can cause complications that can make the scarring worse. You probably have to see it to understand what I'm talking about.I personally think severe acne scars are a deal breaker for me. "Dont believe what you see December 8th, 2010 What you see on the silver screen in completely re-edited so that any defects or imperfections are removed as the director wants.