im quite a regular poster here,but can someone relate to me im male in my 20s,im pale skinned person, but as day progresses at afternoon every day around 1-3 o clock i feel heat starting to come on on my face and if i have to interact with someone or perform in front of others in split second i would turn beet red and flush for at least an hour,its not an average blush,but more like blood just freezes in the face leaving huge blotches,and recently it got worsen as people start to point it out and ask questions.i started exercising and try to stay as calm as possible,but after it goes away im always feel drained out and feel headache and really angry.Im pretty ok in most situations but at work theres no way to avoid it and im always on the edge,its been bothering me for the last two years and i cant shake it of.Anyone with same problems or any good tips appreciated
So I'm starting a new job really soon......and being an occasional blusher, I'm a bit worried about it as there is a lot of communication and interaction with people involved in the role.
I have come lengths and bounds the last year working on my self esteem and confidence and in my personal life, I am happy and blushing is not a big part of my life!
But now that I am going back into a workplace.......I really really hope that this new found confidence transfers over and that my blushing doesn't re-emerge!!!!
Agreed, this IS the worst. I can always tell when it's going to happen even before it happens too. Can't stand it! After I start blushing, I get embarrassed that I'm blushing and my face gets even MORE red.
I get so irritated with myself every time it happens.
i could have written this, too
and the worst is: "oh look, how red he's getting"
Ha ha me aswell it is like a contagion of some kind obsession with the face,the way your eyes look feel or react to the person or environment change ::Yeah I do this. I think it is contagious, like yawing, I blush and other people around me blush.
My newest trick is trying not to break out into tears when I talk to someone.