A cancer survivor is inspiring others to love their ‘flaws’
Sejuti Mourin of DOT
Entrepreneur Tessa Snyder, 29 and from Philadelphia, US, described how she is now “thankful” to her younger self who decided “not to give up” when she gave doctors the green lights to remove her right leg.She Made the painful decision to have her leg amputated and gre up to become a mother, a model and a vlogger .
Tessa said that for the best quality of life that I can give myself and for me future self, was to get my leg amputated so that’s what I did .
Tessa Snyder batted cancer as a young girl and at the age of 11 had her timorous leg amputated. Despite the difficulties Tessa has faced since her recovery. Including getting used to her prosthetic leg. She is now advocating for body positivity and self-acceptance. She said that we all need somebody and we all need to feel like we can relate to somebody in this world.Her determination serves as a reminder to us all that even the scariest hardships are worth overcoming.
Source: Vocativ ( Facebook Page)