Too ugly or too beautiful? You decide!
#5 Born Son Being Judged By Ugly Appearance
One of the most precious and unforgettable feelings for husband and a wife is to become a parent and giving birth to their loving child. The moment they see the face of their child for the very first time, their heart fill with joy and happiness. However, for one set of a parent, this joy was never the same when they looked at their son’s ugly appearance due to some deficiency.
#4 Hardships of Jono
The ugly truth of the ugly face is about Jono Lancaster who at the time birth did not look normal as that of other children as his appearance was somewhat little different and shocking to his parents.
Due to the absence of some bones and impaired hearing disease Jono’s parents could not bear the sight of their child and left him abandoned in the custody of social service just after 30 hours of his birth.
#3 Treacher Collins Syndrome
The very reason for Jono’s unusual appearance was mainly because of Treacher Collins Syndrome. Under this disease, facial bones and other tissues could not get fully developed that result irregular shape of the face that happened in the case of Jono Lancaster who was abandoned by his own parents.
Even feeling devastated by the rude behaviour of parents, Jono still had hoped not to get involved in numerous surgeries that generally happened in the case of people affected with this syndrome. He was later adopted by Jean Lancaster.
But what happened to him? How does he look now? Explore more about him ahead.
#2 Ugly Phase at School
Not that Jono’s parents did not show any empathy towards him but also school children used to bully him all because of his appearance which was not like others. After being suffered from the inhuman behaviour of fellow children and boss at the job, Jono was still high in hope to stay positive and not let his appearance come in his of future success.
#1 The Journey
Staying positive is all that Jono’s learned throughout his life even after suffering so much from his parents and other people around. With that attitude, Jono has today become an inspirational teacher for those who feel inferior about their deficiencies or disease.