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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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How Do You Deal With Someone Staring At You?
- September 22, 2019

I’ll be honest and say it took me a long time to deal with people staring at my face – too long. Of course I’m not alone. Many others with a facial or bodily differences take many years to make that adjustment. But some never come to terms with their face or body and how […]

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