Mila was a quiet and introverted young girl who saw the world from a different perspective - A perspective of wanting others to embody kindness. As a child, she was bullied due to being a slow learner and for being chubby. She was physically, verbally, and mentally abused by her teachers between the age of 8 to 12. Despite her struggles, she was adamant to evolve to become a stronger individual. During her teenage years, she experienced the epidemic of bullying again which led to her being bulimic for 5 years. Being conflicted on why she was pigeonholed based on how she looked like made her question humanity. Nevertheless, she continued learning how to evolve to become a better self. The hardest struggle was when she witnessed her mum have a stroke and lose her dad suddenly to a heart failure. Having underwent bulimia, getting bullied, and having experienced losing a parent were the lowest points in her life. The most cruel experience was getting bullied again aggressively during her professional career in her thirties which led her to lose confidence and self worth. She then realized, from every downfall comes a strong epiphany. This is when she founded her the “Fear Has A Face” movement dedicated to empowering others to reclaim their power back which was destroyed by fear. She is now dedicated to promoting dialogues on the detrimental effects fear has on humans and how we can conquer them. It is a social change much needed as it becomes our social responsibility to bring out the best in each other.