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    There was no other option than to amputate my foot

    ‘A few weeks ago, I never would have imagined myself standing in an auditorium full of people sharing my story. I did it so that others who felt as helpless as I did—irrespective of their battles—could also receive hope to keep going. When doctors told me that there was nothing they could do to save my foot, it was hard to take. Things […]
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    RAHAB was my last resort!

    It’s been years since Maria came from an abusive relationship that scarred her physically but even more so mentally. Now, confident and full of life, she shares her story. ‘I was very excited to move in with my boyfriend, and then one day he hit me. Just like that! I didn’t understand it. Why would […]

    I got my confidence back, my lowest point,

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    Overcoming the challenges of starting over

    Due to political issues, Esther Acheng left her home country to look for new opportunities and a better life here in the UK. Having to be far from her two children wasn’t an easy decision at all. Find out how she managed to overcome the challenges of starting from scratch. ‘Things here in the UK […]

    a way out of this situation, my biggest achievement,

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    An unbearable pain

    ‘The more I moved the more pain I would feel. I found it extremely hard to sleep as I couldn’t lie down in the same way as before because my breasts would hurt a lot. The pain increased to the point that I couldn’t bear it anymore. After a visit to the GP, I was […]

    able to sleep properly, difficult and emotional period,

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    Hooked!

    ‘My parents were on the brink of divorce. The constant arguments and tensions at home drove me away. I spent more time on the streets with the wrong crowd, only to get away from the unbearable atmosphere at home.’ As Kelson got older, he distanced himself further from others and cocooned himself in his own world. […]

    a positive attitude to life, I wanted to change, the wrong crowd,

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    But I’m too young to have Cancer

    ‘In January last year, I noticed a slight change of shape of my breast then I felt a lump, I rapidly went to see my GP and it was confirmed that I did in fact have a lump about the size of a golf ball.’ A week later, Pamela had an emergency mammogram and biopsy. She […]

    a strong mindset, God always made me stronger, the longest ones of her life,

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    I was made to shine

    ‘Happiness seemed always out of my reach. I spent my days pitying myself and envying those who seemingly had what I wanted. I put on an “everything’s fine” front, but inside a deep sadness engulfed my entire being. The absence and lack of involvement of my father as a child left me yearning for more […]

    a new beginning, I felt extremely alone, I was filled with life,

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    Overcoming all negativity

    From a young age, Davina Nunez was a family-orientated child, but that changed when her father passed away when she was just six.

    God, sleep paralysis, spiritual attacks,

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    The importance of forgiving

    During our lifetime it is a certainty that people will disappoint us or that we will have disagreements with them. Sometimes this happens with the people we are closest to.

    a similar pain, I held grudges,

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    An addiction from “Within”

    Sometimes when people try to fight an addiction, they try the common solutions. But they don’t always solve the problem, as Halatash found out. In her case, she had to tackle her addiction in a different way.

    addicted to smoking, Anger, Birth rate, Emotion, hatred, I was stuck, peace and happiness, woman,

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