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Nevertheless, I thought I should try and attempt to offer up my advice once and for all - albeit, at the risk of repeating myself.

I have not been on pinksofa for a while as i thought i had found my ideal woman and all was great but sadly it all fell apart so i am now ready to pick myself up brush my self Hello, hello.

It's a lesson that every person of colour who lives in a country other than their originating country goes through." When asked what prompted her to post the message to Facebook Mia said "I posted it to Facebook because many people I have on it are the people who made me feel ashamed of who I am - people I went to school with, boys I've had romantic relations with etc.

"I believe that social media can have a particular impact on people, particularly if it's something personal.

I had the idea of writing Being BROWN GIRL for a long time, and kept writing lists and examples as things happened.

"My whole life is a constant battle of finding my identity, torn between the West and East and becoming proud of it.

Mia Oudeh, from Dunfermline in Fife, posted the letter publicly to Facebook to explain what it's like 'being BROWN GIRL'.

"It's something that has been brewing in me all my life.

Adore quality out of the box conversation , sci-fi/fantasy movies, alternative news/views (love a good debate) food and drink, cooking ,alternative medicine/therapies, anything to do with the sea and sometimes watch Scotland be rubbish at football.