A young British woman who was born with a spot on her nose helps people with flaws in appearanceBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/a-young-british-woman-who-was-born-with-a-spot-on-her-nose-helps-people-with-flaws-in-appearance
Children are very susceptible to offensive words, especially because of flaws in appearance. 13-year-old Connie Lloyd (Connie Lloyd) from the English county of Dorset constantly suffered from ridicule because of a large red birthmark on her nose. But the girl managed to gather her strength and become higher than the offenders. Now she is raising money to help people with birthmarks. We tell the inspiring story of a young British woman.
Connie used to be teased with "Rudolph" because of the bright red spot on her nose. This is the name of one of Santa's reindeer, which differs from the others with a red glowing nose. Because of this feature, other deer laugh at Rudolf and do not want to play with him. But one day on a foggy night, the unusual nose of a deer came in handy when Santa got lost and lost his way. Rudolf lit the road with his nose and the gifts arrived to the children on time.
Needless to say, little Connie grew up and wiped her nose at her abusers. Now she wants to draw public attention to the problems of people with birthmarks. To do this, she raises money for charity.
The parents of the young British woman were told that the mole would disappear over time. However, over time, it became bigger and darker. Later, doctors determined that it was not a birthmark, but a benign tumor. The formation was removed when the baby was two years old, but a scar remained in its place.
Schoolchildren still tease 13-year-old Connie, but she does not pay attention to the ridicule and wants to help other people with similar problems. The girl's mother, Zara, hopes that their story will inspire parents of children with disfigured faces to overcome difficulties, no matter what.
Despite the fact that there was a small scar on her nose after the operation, Connie does not have a complex. Some children still call her names in the school corridors, but she rebuffs them. A young British woman is cooperating with a charity fund to help people with injuries and defects on the face. The girl wants everyone to feel equal, regardless of appearance, and love themselves as they are.
Another British teenager, Dylan Lombard, suffers from a very rare disease. There are only 13 people like him in the whole world. The guy often hears unpleasant comments behind his back and notices sidelong glances, but no longer pays attention to them.