This blog is sweet. lets rock it the world, nose first!
So it all started when I was in 2nd grade summer day-care. I was playing football with the other kids and I guess I dropped the pass and some older kid said “Nice going big nose.” I didn’t know what he meant until I realized it looking at myself in the mirror. I didn’t really worry about it until I started getting made fun of a lot. So its been 11 years of the bull shit. People called me a terrorist and caused 9/11 and the fucked up thing is that they don’t know I almost lost an uncle on that day but they don’t care. Everyday I get made fun off and looked at. They make me feel like an outcast to society when I see the way they look at me. It makes me so sad. It’s so hard to stand up and fight back when your the only kid in school that has a big nose. I was dealing with anxiety problems and depression that I really never discussed about to my close friends because I just felt embarrassed. I would always go home and feel like shit and cry and cry until there’s no more tears in me. I had no self-confidence in myself and never had the “will power” to get through the day. It was that no one understood me because they never had to go what I went through for 11 years. I have to admit there were tons of days I just felt like giving up on live and not continue living but I knew better. So recently this summer I have been planning to get a “nose job’ and hoping that it will solve all my problems not just bullying but other problems with anxiety and depression. So far I only told a few close friends and they were shocked , they understood me and at the same time they didn’t want it to happened to me. They never told me why until I texted a very close friend of mine (THE PHOTO IS ABOVE THE TEXT OR SOMEWERE AROUND IT). As what you can see and read of what he replied back, it made me cry because it literally warmed my heart and made me feel good about myself since …..holy shit forever. I guess I gotta love what I have and maybe there is somebody that will accept me. I got a big nose and seeing this blog made me feel that i’m not alone. So thank you.
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If I look at a picture all I ever see is my nose; I originally hated this picture beacuse of it, but it’s time to stop focusing on one thing - I realise now that our noses shouldn’t stop us from being happy. Fuck those who try and bring us down, we are amazing
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I believe the saying that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ because every day I behold my reflection and I choose to see beauty there. I don’t buy into the idea that beauty comes in a symmetrical package, complete with large eyes, dainty nose, and full lips. I think beauty is present on everyone’s face, as long as he or she chooses to see it.
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