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Posted by Aaron Phipps on 16 May 2016
Aaron Phipps ascending Kilimanjaro in a wheelchair
Posted by Joel Graham on 16 May 2016
I was born normal, like all of us here, but when I was 10 months old in December '75 in the country of Spain, I somehow had bacterial meningitis developed from a cold or some other virus. I was hospitalized for 10-12 day, litteraly on death's door. But somehow, I survived, yet left with disabilities, including major hearing loss. Lost complete hearing in right ear, at age 10. Now 41 years old, I still struggle in everyday basis. I am able to work jobs, but only the low menial job kinds, yet none enough for me to able to avoid a place of my...
Posted by Jo-Anne mackie on 15 May 2016
After recovering physically I have increasingly been told that I am angry and aggressive and now this is seriously affecting me at work. Has anyone else experienced this?
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