Carrie Underwood's Instagram selfies show struggle with self confidence and fears of scarring
Carrie Underwood is reportedly finding it hard to come to terms with the scars on her face and is still finding her confidence.
It has been months since Carrie Underwood came forward and spoke about the tragic incident which left her with 40-50 stitches on her face. Even though the stitches have been healing, a source told Hollywood Life that the singer is still struggling to gain her confidence as she is fighting the thoughts about having a permanent scar on her face.
“Carrie has been advised by her doctor to wait and see how the scar heals and fades naturally first of all, before considering any kind of plastic surgery procedures," the source told the magazine.
"Carrie is trying her best to be patient but she can’t help being frustrated because she feels that the scar isn’t fading at all."
Even though the people around her might say the contrary, Carrie reportedly can't help but make the scar seem as something which stands out the most for others. “When Carrie looks in the mirror, it’s the first thing she sees, and the only thing she can focus on," the source added.
However, luckily for Carrie, she has her support system behind her and it is her husband, Mike Fisher. Her caring husband has reportedly been doing various things in order to make sure that Carrie feels happy and confident in the way she looks.
“Mike keeps reassuring Carrie that it’s nowhere near as visible as she thinks it is, and that she’s beautiful anyway, regardless of a scar or not, but she’s definitely been struggling with self-confidence recently," the source said. One could say that Carrie recent selfie which she shared after the accident can be her way of coming to terms with self-acceptance.
On February 23, Carrie and Mike shared a picture in which the pair were spotted having a giant red “X” over their mouths. While the letter was able to hide a portion of Carrie's face, one would not notice any scars.
The post was directed towards giving a shoutout to the End It Movement which aims at helping people who are “trapped, trafficked, exploited and enslaved” achieve freedom.
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