Model Was Suffering From A Bizarre Condition But What She Did Is Truly Inspiring

Model Was Suffering From A Bizarre Condition But What She Did Is Truly Inspiring
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"Tough times never last, but tough people do"- Robert H. Schuller

It is the story of a girl named Meagan Barnard from Minneapolis who is a model by profession. But this model is not at all like ordinary ones who show off a fit and perfect physique. This girl has struggled a lot in her life before all this; she was under depression for years. She is carrying something so embarrassing with her everyday that might make many girls suicide or end their life.

Besides Miss Meagan's distressing situation, she overcame with all the difficulties and now, doing a tremendous job to help every other girl who is going through such hardship. 

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Meagan Barnard is a real example of tough people

Meagan Barnard is a real example of tough people

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She has Lymphoedema that builds up fluid and swelling in tissues.

She has Lymphoedema that builds up fluid and swelling in tissues.
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The 24-year-old's right leg is swelled twice than its normal size.

The 24-year-old's right leg is swelled twice than its normal size.
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During her childhood, she was cruelly taunted by her friends at school.

During her childhood, she was cruelly taunted by her friends at school.
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She wrote a suicide note to her father and planned to suicide.

She wrote a suicide note to her father and planned to suicide.
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She even hid her condition from her 27-year-old boyfriend, Robert Neidenfeuhr

She even hid her condition from her 27-year-old boyfriend, Robert Neidenfeuhr
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But now Meagan has decided of breaking out the silence.

But now Meagan has decided of breaking out the silence.
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And help other young girls, so that they don't suffer as she did.

And help other young girls, so that they don't suffer as she did.
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She has started modelling for raising awareness of the disorder

She has started modelling for raising awareness of the disorder
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Miss Barnard said- 'I really don't know how I've hidden this for so long. I guess I don't want other young girls to have to go through what I did. At the time, I would rather have not been alive than have lymphoedema.' After opening up, I feel so much happier. I was extremely depressed I would come home from school every day, cry and ask why me - it felt like my life was over at 15.