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Bullied for having ‘prominent forehead’, girl learns to see her ‘flaws’ as assets

  • Girl was being bullied at a young age because of her prominent forehead
  • While she didn’t feel it was an imperfection, she was made to think otherwise by bullies
  • She learned to embrace how she looks

Everyone is unique in their own little way. As people get older, they also learn to embrace their flaws. Just like this netizen who was bullied when she was younger because of her prominent forehead.

Clare Sanchez Inso posted her photos on her Twitter account as she proudly flaunted her prominent forehead. She said that because of her forehead she was bullied which led her to feel insecure until her best friend told her that it was her “asset.”

In an interview with The Dailypedia via Twitter message, she said that she doesn’t feel it was an imperfection when she was little but she couldn’t think so when there were people who kept making fun of her for it.

“I remember one of my friends even told me that I’m actually pretty, well except for the forehead part”

Some people tried to point out her forehead as a harmless joke. Though she didn’t take it personally it somehow stuck in her head.

Her parents had raised her to be self-confident, believing that she’s beautiful.

“I was raised by my parents to believe that I’m beautiful and it probably overshadowed the fact that a lot of people pointed out my flaws, even to me. So even if I remember, it never occurred to me that bad,” Clare said.

She also said that there were times she grew bangs in college not because she wanted to hide her forehead but mainly because she wanted to keep up with the trend.

“For the times that I grew bangs in college, I did it basically to keep up with the trend. To cover up was probably just another plus in doing so.”

As Clare grew up, she learned to embrace how she looks, forehead and all.

“Now that I’m older, I’ve embraced it better. I see prominent people in the showbiz industry who have prominent foreheads & I’m reminded that it could be the same aura that I carry. I am sculpted this way & I’ve humbly achieved great things because I look this way. So what’s a reason to worry? Big forehead energy, yknow? Or shall I say, fivehead instead? 😅”

Written by Rhelyn Harder

An open-minded person who seeks to inspire readers through writing. She believes that having the freedom and courage to express oneself is an opportunity to influence others.

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