بالصور:من الصلع و 15 محاولة انتحار الى عارضة أزياء مشهورة .. قصتها ألهمت الملايين !!

منذ ان كانت في سن الـ14 عانت من مرض الصلع الذي أدى إلى تدهور حالتها النفسية والصحية ودفعها للإنتحار 15 مرّة.

وبحسب صحيفة “ذا صن” البريطانية فإن ​لارا كيتشن​ إضطرت لوضع الشعر المستعار بعد ان تطورت حالة مرضها بينما كانت لا تزال في المرحلة الثانوية مما سبب لها الكثير من المضايقات من قبل زملائها.

فقررت ترك المدرسة وإختيار الوحدة وصولاً إلى 15 محاولة إنتحار كان آخرها عرضها على طبيب نفسي وتمّ وضعها في العناية المركزة.

إلى أن حدثت المفاجأة وقررت لارا العودة إلى الحياة بأمل جديد فقررت نشر صورها عبر الإنترنت للتحذير من الإنتحار وقالت:” الموت شيء مؤلم، والأشد إيلاما هو رؤيته أمامك يخطفك من حياتك، ويبعد بك عن أحبائك وأصدقائك، لقد كنت قريبة جدًا من النهاية، وكدت أن أفقد حياتي للأبد، ولكنني قررت الحياة، لرؤية بصيص الأمل، ينير لي الطريق في نهاية النفق المظلم”.

ولاقت كلمات لارا هذه إقبالاً وتعاطفاً كبيراً إلى أن تلقت عروضاً لعرض الأزياء وبدأت مسيرتها وأصبحت اليوم عارضة أزياء مشهورة ولها متابعين كثيرين.

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Me on the left with out my wig and then the transformation of my new amazing "ice diamond" wig from the amazing babes @freedomcouture! I would honestly be completely lost with out the amazing team from @freedomcouture! Alopecia can make you feel super insecure and for girls it's easy to get a wig but for men it is not so easy. And there should be a whole lot more awareness towards it! And I'm hoping my small posts help in some small part in raising awareness toward a auto immune system that can not be controlled! Sending you all enormous love! Am going through a pretty rough time at the moment so won't be posting until I'm in a better 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 #alopecia#alopeciaawareness#bald#wigs#freedomcouture

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Today is suicide prevention day. *breathes in* I’m going to share something very personal. This photo was taken 2 or 3 years ago whilst I was in ICU in a coma having a breathing machine doing my breathing whilst my body tried to heal from trying to end my own life. In the 2 weeks leading up to this, I had tried to commit suicide 2 times without success. I saw nothing for my life, I didn’t want to be alive anymore, I hated every part of making it through this coma. I saw nothing of my life. After coming out of this coma I was moved to a high dependency ward because I was still very sick and weak. During this time I had a 1:1 nurse and even though at the time I didn’t see or want to believe anything she said, she would tell me how much god needed me to stay on this earth, and how he kept me here for a reason, she was my first main support after waking up, she believed that I deserved life, she helped me gain the strength to walk again. It wasn’t till recently I realised she believed I needed to live to get married, have kids. I look back at this and think fuck if that girl new me now she wouldn’t want to die, my family fucking loves me, and it would have broken them all if I didn’t make it. So that’s just part of the story, but what I’m trying to get at is how important your life is. You are so worthy of life. People love and believe in you. You’re strong beyond words. Talk I can’t emphasise that enough someone will always listen if you speak up. I know for me I wish I had spoken up before ending up where I was. Breaking my families hearts. I am 100% stronger from everything I have been through. But PLEASE don’t let yourself get to where I was, seek help, your worthy of help, it’s okay to speak up! There is so many help lines out there now, don’t be afraid of calling and say you need help. Your life is sooo worth it.

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