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    yjso21 is offline Newbie
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    She loves herself as she is.

    'She loves herself as she is.'

    Is that right?




    In this writing, she was born with cerebral palsy. And She accepts herself.

    Can I use this sentence as a conclusion?

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    Re: She loves herself as she is.

    It sounds good to me.

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    Re: She loves herself as she is.

    Quote Originally Posted by yjso21 View Post
    'She loves herself as she is.'

    Is that right?




    In this writing, she was born with cerebral palsy (remove full stop) and She she accepts herself.

    Can I use this sentence as a conclusion?
    Your final sentence is fine. However, please see the amendments I have made to your post above. There was certainly no reason to capitalise "she".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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