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FadingStar
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Whenever I'm around a guy I think is cute, or I like I start to blush! It's not the worst thing in the begining, I just get a little pink but the longer we hang out and talk, the redder I get.
I find it embarassing and eventually start to avoid the guy (or guys in general) so this wont happen. It makes it hard to have friendships with guys because I'm afraid that I'll get red when were talking.
Is there a way to control this or stop it? I'd really like to have some guy friends to hang out with, and not worry if I'm turning red!

Thanks for any advice! [Smile]

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Summertime455
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I tend to do the same thing!
It's really not a big deal, some guys might even find it cute. If you have a big problem with it try some foundation a little darker than your natural skin colour. Also this has to do with you getting nervous when in situations with guys; so once you start hanging around with more guys you will eventually not be as nervous, thus the blushing will stop.
Good luck, and don't be ashamed of your rosy cheeks!! [Smile]

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