Cher's Influence On Self-Esteem

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Fun fact; Cher is affiliated with this organization, after she stared in the movie “Mask” (A movie about a man who does not have NF, but has a severe facial abnormality) she became the national spokeswoman . Where I got to meet some amazing people, none at the time having NF, but some of the best friends I still have, this organization holds a long weekend retreat every year in different states, that year it was in Dallas, TX and me and a boy I met (mind you we were 6) ran off ahead of our mothers because we thought they were right behind us, I got put on a child leash so I didn’t do it again. Even though the retreats, weren’t NF related they still helped in my self-esteem, and I got to meet Cher, even though this helped my self-esteem, it was always a constant battle against bullying and me just not understanding why I looked different.
When I was in first grade, I
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At least this time around I was disproving all of what the doctor told my parents to look out for, except I did have issues with motor skills, and had to participate in adaptive physical education to help develop the skills better, this also made the bullying worse since I was that awkward child who hated sports. All through elementary school, I was forced to do every sport available, on the field I had no focus and would pay more attention to butterflies and flowers than the ball. My peers would get so mad at me because I wasn’t into sports. I was also traveling at least once a year to MA for MRI. I had an interesting experience with one, it was also the last time I was sedated for them, I kept trying to sit up in the machine so they were putting more anesthesia in me so waking up I had a bad reaction and basically was acting

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