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Rating details. Sort order. May 15, Nancy Bellers rated it it was amazing. I cannot say enough about this book. It was an amazing read. I know the author. I am so very proud of her for sharing her story. She is so right. We as women should be proud, accepting, and loving towards ourselves, no matter what our outward appearance is. We need to empower girls and women not to be defined by their looks, so that they are no longer under pressure to enhance themselves with breast augmentation and plastic surgery.
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It will be a long uphill climb for society as a whole to achie I cannot say enough about this book. It will be a long uphill climb for society as a whole to achieve, but we have to try. The sentiments expressed in this book are a first step towards that goal. Aug 10, Julie Davis rated it it was amazing Shelves: format-ebook , social-and-family-issues , health , non-fiction , age-adult , loss , format-kindle-unlimited , biography-memoir , inspiration , self-help. So glad it was on Kindle Unlimited.
I was afraid to read, even though I already was going to be explanted remaining capsules a couple weeks later. Implants removed 5 yrs earlier from infection. Then recovery. Excellent last chapter.
Need to rest. Thank you Tara!
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May 12, Jessica Romo rated it it was amazing. So moving and beautifully written I could stop reading. Her story is raw, real and well written. This is a book that anyone who has breast implants or has a loved one who has them should read. Thank you to the author for being so brave to share her story.
I know this will inspire so many women and bring comfort to many more. Mar 18, Jennifer Jaynes rated it it was amazing. Excellent Thanks for sharing your story! I am happy you are doing so much better. I am explanting in seven days I am a writer who has not been able to write for six months due to this Horrific sickness.
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Thanks so much for spreading awareness. You are making a huge difference for people like me. Feb 04, Margaret J. Aull rated it it was amazing. As happy that I am that it is getting smaller with these treatments, heres the real happy ending…. Self love. Cheesy, but true. Instead of staring at my keloid all day, I taught myself to love my smile, my little birthmarks, and even the laugh lines already starting on my face.
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The pressure to hid my keloid began to vanish, because I was putting less focus towards it and more focus on the features I wanted to show off. The moral of this long story, I hope you find acceptance in your imperfections and fall deeply in love with at least one thing about yourself daily. At the end of the day, we all have something that we may not love about ourselves, but accepting these flaws makes us powerful.
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Yeah, I know, what the heck is it?? Heres some not so fun facts about keloids: Keloids are excess collagen produced by the skin in the process of healing…. They are rather common after surgeries and traumas to the skin. What Instagram saw. Before editing. Tags: beauty blog creative emotion empowerment insecurities lifestyle self acceptance Self love spiritual.
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