An American woman whose body is covered with two hundred tumors has gained self-confidence thanks to her daughterPictolic
Jamila Gordon is covered from head to toe with painful and itchy growths. The woman suffers not only from unpleasant sensations associated with the genetic disease neurofibromatosis, but also from the fact that passers-by constantly stare at her and point their fingers. Her daughter, who was diagnosed with the same disease, helps her to get out of depression and be positive. Love and mutual support give mother and daughter faith in the best.
On the body of 33-year-old Jamila, there are more than two hundred small formations that appeared due to a genetic disease. A woman is worried and embarrassed when others avoid her with disgust or begin to stare at her intently.
The woman was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when she was still an infant. With this genetic disease, numerous tumors occur. The first lump formed on Jamila's stomach, and it was followed by hundreds of small growths that eventually covered the entire body.
A single mother who lives in the Virgin Islands complains: the formations are constantly sore and itchy. They are even on the heels, so it is difficult for a woman to walk.
Jamila suffers from complexes, self-doubt and is often depressed. She was bullied at school, so she didn't want to go there. Because of the illness, it was difficult for the girl to build a relationship. An American woman lost her job in a kindergarten, because her parents did not want to see her near the children because of her specific appearance.
Jamila's 8-year-old daughter, Tatiana, was recently diagnosed with the same diagnosis. Her mother is very worried about her future. Nevertheless, it is the daughter who helps a woman regain self-confidence. The girl does not pay attention to the surprised looks of passers-by, and the mother learns from her not to be shy of her body. Every day, the American woman tries to tune in to the positive and take care of her daughter, who loves her for who she is.
Meanwhile, a model from the United States with a 45-kilogram leg inspires thousands of people with disabilities and disabilities with her example. She overcame her complexes and learned to love her body.