Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Man Abandoned By Parents For Being Ugly Is Inspiring Millions With His Courage.

Ultimately, change comes from within and no one can give that to you, all they can do is inspire you.

This is something that Jono very much wants to do, which is why he points out how important it is to not let all that negative energy bring you down if you have this condition. But he's also living proof of how the right attitude can help you achieve anything.

Ultimately, change comes from within and no one can give that to you, all they can do is inspire you.

Jono Lancaster / Twitter

Fortunately, Jono has encountered parents who are willing to help their children instead of abandoning them.

This is a far cry from his parents who refused to see him despite an attempt made by his adoptive mom Jean when he was 5 years old. When he grew older, he used social media to track his biological parents down and learned that he had two other siblings. But unfortunately, his bio-parents rejected him once again. Their loss in our opinion.

Fortunately, Jono has encountered parents who are willing to help their children instead of abandoning them.

Jono Lancaster / Twitter

Some children who suffer from Treacher Collins often undergo years of reconstructive surgery.

They also suffer from a tracheotomy, like this little girl, meaning that their airway is compromised and have to be monitored around the clock so that they can breathe.

Some children who suffer from Treacher Collins often undergo years of reconstructive surgery.

Jono Lancaster / Twitter

Jono has quickly become an inspiration to a lot of children who are growing up the way he did.

So he tries to spend as much time with them as possible and doesn't mind reaching out to more and more cases as they present themselves.

Jono has quickly become an inspiration to a lot of children who are growing up the way he did.

Jono Lancaster / Facebook

Jono Lancaster's story of overcoming discrimination has been beyond heartwarming and educational.

But he's on a mission and there's nothing to suggest that the British activist is going to stop traveling from his home in the UK to Australia to help children like him out. He has already left a support system for children and parents in Australia, New Zealand, and even America so that in his own words, "these kids don't need to grow up feeling so alone.

Jono Lancaster's story of overcoming discrimination  has been beyond heartwarming and educational.

Jono Lancaster / Facebook

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