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Liberate Yourself from ScarsYou don’t need to be reminded forever of a traumatic experience. Move on to a brand new you.
Laarni Burgos is a mother of two from Santiago, Isabela. She has three scars on her stomach area -- one from an appendectomy, and the other two from Caesarian operations, thus she avoided wearing skin-revealing outfits and swimsuits like the plague.
Emie Miranda, who hails from Cebu City, went through a traumatic experience in 2007 when the vehicle she and her friends were riding got into an accident. Thankfully, they all survived, but the incident left an unsightly scar on her forehead from a wound that required 21 sutures.
Janice Lagman is a twenty-five year old nurse and taekwondo national athlete from Quezon City. After an injury that required surgery on her right knee in 2010, she was left with a scar from the operation.
All three of them thought they were scarred for life.
The truth is, no one is spared from getting scarred. No matter how poised we are, life throws us instances that make us fall and slip – even while in our sturdiest stilettos! The scars we earn from these experiences become constant reminders of past mistakes, or things to avoid. Yet in spite of the lesson behind it, a scar is a scar – a blemish, a flaw, an imperfection.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos1 of 2 NEXT
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