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So What If I Look Different!
Karen Scuilli - November 10, 2019

How many of you have been stared at, pointed at or even worse, bullied or laughed at for looking different? Many of us living with facial or bodily disfigurement have gone through this. We are all created different with unique gifts and qualities.  It would be boring or mundane if we were all the same, […]

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Act of Kindness
- November 3, 2019

My son, Seth,  did a project for his 8th grade German Class called, 24 days of acts of kindness for the Holiday season.  As we discussed several things he would do as acts of kindness, I began to think that this is something that is extremely important to individuals like myself living with facial or […]

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Why Won’t My Doctors Listen to Me? by Grady
Karen Scuilli - October 21, 2019

I’m a 44 year old male and 2 years ago, I was going through a divorce, which was prompted after learning that my wife was having an affair.  Shortly after that, I developed cystic acne on my forehead and in my eyes which became very uncomfortable.   I was seen by an Opthalmologist and Dermatologist at […]

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