All my life I have had a mole on my face, specifically on the right side of my face, next to my nose. 

It has always bothered me. My face was never symmetrical. I have been teased and bullied about it as long as I can remember.

I used to get called names such as “witch.” But the most common one was “moley.” Even my sister used to call me that on a daily basis. What got to me more than her saying it was the fact that no one in my family used to do anything about it. I don’t even think they cared. They used to laugh with her at me. 

I’ve always asked for it to be removed but I was always too young and it was still growing!

About 7 months ago, I got it REMOVED! 😬

These are some pictures of the best experience of my life and the best decision I’ve ever made:

^ me and my mum, before the op. As you can see I only took pictures of the left side of my face! 

^ just before surgery. Nervous but excited!

^ after surgery, even though I had stitches in and a patch on my face that drew more attraction than my mole did I was so happy. My first selfies in a long time ☺️

^ stitches out. It looks bad but wait for the other photos 😛

^ my boyfriend and I on holiday & my dad and I at the waterfront. The first times I had gotten out in a long time! So happy!

^ up to date photo. Scar is almost all gone! 

I live a happier life now and I don’t have to hide my face. I take selfies on a regular basis and I am proud of it!

Thank you for reading! ☺️

1 thought on “HAPPY!

  1. I am glad this is good for your self esteem. We do not need anything extra to pull us down into the pit.

    People are stupid and insensitive with others. They have no right to be mean to you . But they can be mean.

    So if you feel better with no mole, then it is a great thing that you did it.


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