I am 50 years old and was diagnosed with Accinic Cell Carcinoma of the Parotid Glan three years ago. After two surgeries and radiation I have a very visible scar running from my ear to the underside of my jaw, my face is decidedly lopsided and because there was nerve involvement I look like I have had a stroke. I am so glad to be alive as the initial prognosis was very bad. I am single and would love to find someone to share my gifted life with but I am scared my face will turn men off before they even get to know me. I feel so embarrassed that I am even being this shallow, I have always said it's what's inside that counts but we are visual creatures. You can hide scars on your body, but your face is right there for all to see, unless you do a SIA. Is there anyone out there who has gone through the same thing
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