This pimple is all about the texture and colors of the pimple. In fact, it does seem to be a perfect fit for our tomato sauce.
The same pimple is a pimple that keeps coming back, but this time on a different pimple. Well, it keeps coming back on the same pimple, but now it’s a different one. So the only way to get rid of it is to get rid of the other one.
So to recap: you’re a tomato plant, a pimple, and a pimple keeps coming back.
I guess that’s an effective way to describe just about anything, which is probably why it was the theme of this week’s episode, “Pimping Up Your Life.” In this episode, I talk with Adam, a 25-year-old IT consultant who’s had a couple pimples come back on him like a regular person would. But what makes him so tough is, he’s developed his own coping strategy.
A lot of things can cause pimples to come back, like stress, anxiety, and even skin damage. But even more than that, the most common cause is genetics. And I mean, your genetics, not your genetics – the genes you got before you had a pimple. And the genes that control the appearance of pimples are often inherited in a straight line.
There has been some discussion in the past that the risk of having a third or fourth pimple is higher than people realize. And I have no doubt that this is true. But I don’t think anyone has ever mentioned that a new pimple could return if it had been there for a while. And in fact, I think I’ve seen this happen.
I have to ask, why do you think this is? Well, with all the new things that we can’t see, it might not be that hard for a new pimple to return. And I would bet a dollar to a zillion that this happens a lot.
The way we think about the human body might be a little off. But we’re not wrong there. We aren’t very good at reading skin color or the age of a pimple. And the first thing we might notice about a new pimple is that it’s more noticeable and harder to hide. The second thing to notice is that it’s not as easily removed.
I know, I’ve had the same pimple for over five years and the first thing people tend to notice is its age. Thats where you start to look at the pimple and realize its not going away. Its a constant reminder that it’s a pimple. And we humans tend to think the way that we think. So, as well as learning more about your body, you might learn how to control it better.
As a general guideline, the first sign of a pimple is one that is quite noticeable. The second sign is that the pimple is getting worse. Finally, the third sign is that it’s actually coming back. As we learned in the last course, a pimple is a symptom of something, and its important to work on its underlying cause.