For as long as I can remember I've suffered from blushing. It can be triggered by the smallest thing I. E making eye contact with a girl, talking to more than 1 person.
It can be quite embarrasing to be honest and it makes me shy away from some social situations.
But i was just wondering if any of you have been on the otherside of the conversation/interaction, what are your thoughts on the said blusher, do you feel uneasy talking to that person or do you feel some form of empathy for them?
As always thanks for your time
I'm usually the one making people blush. I wouldn't say I feel uneasy, but I don't think I would say I feel empathy for them either. I will, however, tone it down a bit if I notice the person is struggling.
Now, on the other side of that, I'm pale as fuck, so when I laugh, I often look like I'm blushing. It annoys the hell out of me because people think I'm honestly blushing and I'm not. Nothing offends me, nothing embarrasses me. Things are what they are, though.
The views I express are my own opinion. More often than not, if I say "you," it is generalized and not to a person specifically.
My advice is based on my own experiences and those of my friends and family. I may not have a degree saying I read a bunch of books/passed tests, but I have been through a lot and helped others through a lot. Experience is often a better qualification than having read books/passed tests.
I speak in a blunt manner. I mean no disrespect and I'm not being rude. This is just the way I am, please do not take offense.
Take what you like and leave the rest.
I realy haven't got much experience with blushing of talking to blushes, but there is a very simple solution and Callie already hinted to this a bit in her answer, if it bothers you allot because you feel self conscious you could try getting a tan, darker skin makes it harder to see the colour change.
I used to blush at everything. So now if someone blushes I pretend not to notice. Although actually I think it is kind of cute.
Blushed? No, my face turns into a tomato for like the next two hours.
Stress and anxiety, hurray!
It's not "normal", but it's just the way my body is. Whatever. *shrug*