A Flawed Story…


Victoria Rodriguez, a first year at Bentley College, noticed her flaw once she hit her teen years. She feels that the teen years is where majority of girls start to question certain features that they have and hers happened to be her nose. She struggled with accepting it because it did not look like a nose that she liked. Now, she does not pay any attention to her nose because it’s a part of her. She will not go to the extreme of having surgery. She would not go to the extreme because in her opinion flaws are not bad things. They are just many things that make us unique even though it takes time to accept and to be comfortable with them.

Victoria’s message to you is “do not put a microscope on little things that actually make you unique.”


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