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disfigured, how to find a man?!

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bubblebee
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registered since: 24/06/2011
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hi
Im new here.
I encountered hot liquide as a child what left my face disfigured. I got used to the stares of people but now i turn 20 and i still havent had a man ever before and i start worry that I will never have one because of my face. it's not sexy or attractive at all (just curious to stare at...). I dont know what I could do to find a man :'(

Bubblebee

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 11.07.2011 at 15:55.]
Written on: 11/07/2011 [15:55]
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vermontsavant
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if it makes you feel any better,i didnt have a lot of dates in my twenties either.speaking as a male i would say.dress ultra sexy and put the emphasis on your body not your face.wear your hair long and not in a pony tail so your hair covers more of your face and wear thick make up.try to make a lot of male friends because although men are very looks orientated thats usualy in formal dates.if a man gets to know you for a long time they may like your company so much that your scar becomes more and more trivial

i drive limousines slowly on the driveway on saturdays
Written on: 12/07/2011 [12:56]
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curt
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hi bubblebee

welcome to the forum!

Guys that only fancy girls for their looks arent worth it anyway. I can say that I am a guy!
True anyway, that you'll need more time/effort to meet good guys that love you for yourself and not for your looks. dont force it. you are only twenty (yeah I know, all the other had a boyfriend much earlier blahblah).
i dont know how your face looks like but if you have e.g sparking eyes or a bright smile... it doesnt matter, those things always works no matter how disfigured a face is! a very good friend of mine has a totally burnt face with only one eye left. but hey, when that girl laughs, a world opens up! guys wwho dont see that are idiots anyway. forget them.
you have so much more to give than just your looks!!

good luck, girl!
Written on: 12/07/2011 [14:53]
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Thanks to you two. That shows me that some mans dont care about the outside. I also received some very nice messages, i could just cry. thank you!
Written on: 13/07/2011 [09:50]
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ckontoh
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I read your words and it touch my heart. I want to tell you what matter most in relation is your mind, take time to develop your self, and you will get what you desire. First like your self because if you hate your face no one will like it, the more you love your face the more care you will take it. There is nothing you can do to change it as you stated, accept it as part of life. I have disability when I was 7 years, I had polio and weaken my lower part, yet I am proud of what I have. I devoted 20 years of my life going to school and I am proud that I can be with where able people are.
My dearest friend contact me and let us share more. I am Ghanaian but currently living in Norway. I love to see your picture if you dont mine. Send it to me at ckontoh9gmail[dot]com
Chris
Written on: 07/02/2013 [22:24]
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