When it comes to blushing, I am your main man. I have lived through the pain in what should have been the best years of my life, only to have them ripped to pieces like a rag to a bull. . .
My late teens to mid twenties were far from perfect. I lost girlfriends, jobs (and money), new friends, holidays and even regular social invitations like parties and evening dinner because of my excessive facial blushing problem
I knew that in order to reclaim these fundamental pleasures and staple elements of one's life, I had to find a real way to learn how to stop blushing for good. That was over 3 years ago since I faced my fears and problems head on. It was the best thing that I ever did.
Now it's your turn.
I'm not going to tell you that it will happen overnight, but I do know that there is a scientific system to overcoming facial blushing. The great news is, your blushing problem is caused by you.
Why is that great news? Sounds like bad news doesn't it?!
Well, let me explain. You see, blushing is something that we all do. It;s part of our DNA, part of our natural and often daily physical functioning.
Most of the time, we don't notice it. However, you're probably at the stage where it's all you can think about. That is where the problem lies. That is the secret.
Have you ever noticed someone else say “Stop it, you're making me blush"? I hear it all the time from everyday people. But do you think they go home and worry about the fact that they blushed earlier in the day? Nope, not at all.
Or perhaps you've been out somewhere, perhaps at a restaurant, and noticed that someone else got embarrassed by what someone else said to them? You might have even watched as their face turned bright red in front of a table FULL of other people, in the middle of a crowded restaurant full of strangers. . .
. . but do you think that person spent the next three or four years hiding away in their bedroom, hoping that no-one ever invites them out to a social event again? Again, it's unlikely.
So what's the difference between these people and you? Well, it's not their physical appearance or physical makeup that's for sure (after all, they blushed just like you would).
The difference is their mind. It's their perception and attitude towards blushing that stops them from going from a casual everyday blush to a full on, burning hot, beetroot red, raging blushing episode. . . which after time ends up leading to panic attacks and social anxiety.
If you are able to accept blushing for what it really is, which is nothing, then you're closer to freeing yourself from blushing being a problem than you have ever been before.
The second factor which currently makes you different from those people is all about your self esteem. This is more of a general psychology that you are tormenting yourself with daily.
You are likely intelligent and capable of doing and being everything you wish in life. The difference is, things in your life are just not quite how you'd like them.
Things range from your job to your physical appearance. They all add up into this mixed pot of low self esteem, which is a common cause of blushing. This low self esteem leads and partners up with low self confidence, leaving you feeling vulnerable and open to embarrassment at every turn. . . even though you don't need to feel that way.
Once you start taking positive steps towards real change in your general life (a new or better paid job, a cleaner house, a new hair cut, giving up smoking, going for a run, helping other people etc. . . ) you will begin to raise your self confidence as a result.
There are many theories for a blushing free life. I can only hope you are not led to the ones that cost you more time, pain and discomfort than the original problem of blushing itself.
Instead, I would encourage you to visit http://www.facialredness.co.uk and see how you can block out and stop facial blushing for good with my unique system before the spiral goes too far. . .