i am so sad to say this about my shallow self but to be truthful. I'm embarrassed by my baby with cleft palate/lip/jaw. She looks like a creature. I'm having a hard time looking at her and won't take pics or let people see her. I'm ashamed I am struggling and think I'll always feel this way. I think my parents and family feel the same way. She'll be a freak all her life.i knowi'm terrible but hasn't anyone felt this way? #expectingtobecrucified
Hey everyone! I'm new here. I'm 29 years old, and I was born with a unilateral cleft lip and complete cleft palate. Due to my experiences, I went to school to become a dental specialist. I'm going to be starting a blog about what to expect, dental wise, with cleft lip and palate. Are there any topics you would like for me to address in the blog? Please let me know! Thank you.
So this happened today, and I was just so baffled I didn't even how to respond and wanted to share it with you guys.Basically, this is the last week of my internship for my communications design diploma. So, I was at the office today and at the end of the day, the boss (31 years-old) sat at the row behind me (it is an Open Space). As they were chatting with a colleague, the subject comes to cleft...