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Sacred Purpose

My story starts when I was having intimacy. I’m conveying this because it’s important to know, this can happen. Either…

Leslee Williams

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John’s Wild Ride

John Michael Olson was a very hard-working, family-oriented, one-of-a-kind man. He had 4 kids (3 boys and 1 girl). Some…

Natalie Olson

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The Resilient Mind

Lindsey Ireland is a 37-year-old, never-married, Kentuckian, born and raised in a rural town. She graduated from high school in…

Lindsey Ireland

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Playing Safe With Preston

My son Preston was 20 years old and on his way to starting his adult life in the United States…

Marna Smith

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Keep On, Keeping On!

So, here’s my story in a nutshell... On June 20, 1995, I was the driver in a near-fatal car accident.…

Meredith Murray

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My miracle

In March 2012, I was rushed by ambulance to the hospital. In the ambulance, I was resuscitated once. When I…

Tiffany Garigan

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My Neurotoxic Brain Injury Story

In 2015 I started struggling with symptoms that included headache/lightheadedness, fatigue, extreme concentration/short term memory problems, agitation, leg pain/weakness and…

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My TBI story

On 1988 I was assaulted near the old Yankee Stadium because it by a 15 year old boy due to…

Joseph Martin

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