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“How can I help my daughter to accept the way she looks?”

Our agony aunt Mary Fenwick offers a new perspective on whatever is troubling you
PHOTOGRAPH: VICTORIA BIRKINSHAW

MARY FENWICK is a business coach, journalist, fundraiser, mother, divorcée and widow

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Q My 17-year-old daughter is intelligent and beautiful, but she believes she is ugly. This is not the typical teen having a bad hair or bad skin day – it’s hideous. She feels as though her life is ruined by the way she looks.

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