Here is an interesting revelation from your #Binibini35 Sandra Lemonon about something she has not opened up to the public until now. After reading this entry, I hope that we can understand better where she is coming from and how we can better appreciate the kind of beauty that she is – inside and out:
”Today, I’m going to share with you something I was always trying to hide.
Here is a picture of me and my favourite person in the world, my Papa.
In this picture you can see how happy I was, but you can also see the “problem” with my teeth & jaw.
I have what they call a cross bite, it sometimes causes me to grind my teeth when I sleep & can give me migraines when i wake up, it also left me with near to 30% airway to breath out of my left nostril & caused me to have chronic pain in my neck and lower back, crazy right? 😅
Sadly, I’ve never gotten the chance to fix this problem, so I just tried my best to cope with it. But hopefully soon i will be able to fix it ☺️
This never bothered me until I was a teen, because I’ve never noticed it, until some people pointed it out & teased me for it, I only understood when I grew older that it wasn’t normal.
This might explain why I was always trying to avoid taking pictures & when I would, I would usually pose to my side, even until this day 🤪😝 .Thanks to some angles I mastered the way to “hide it”
I’ve been reading all of your comments, most of them are very uplifting & I couldn’t be happier to see so much love & support coming from everyone, so Thank you ❤️
But I’ve also been reading some comments pointing out my flaws out & it obviously bothered me.
I am still learning how to embrace my flaws especially the ones I have no say over them 🙃
I am sharing a vunerable part of me, to remind everyone that no one is perfect, especially not me.
Everyone has parts of them that they dislike or would want to change & there is nothing wrong about that.
Especially with social media, people expect to see you at your best & forget that you are to just human.
I want to share that what matters the most is to know who you are as a person & to be genuinely yourself. Only then can you start uplifting one another instead of stepping on each other.
That to me is what makes people truly beautiful, when they know exactly who they are.”