Searching for Home – European Refugee Relief

Searching for Home – European Refugee Relief


Every day we are
seeing the bomb. ISIS destroyed all areas. You didn’t know which time the
ISIS come– the government come to kill you. [NON-ENGLISH] They are take you, sells
you, buy you– it’s horrible. [NON-ENGLISH] We are refugees now, but we
didn’t choose to be refugees. No one want to be refugees. We don’t want to just survive. We want to live a real life. There’s a lot of need. There’s a lot of
difficult stories. Yet in these situations,
so many people have had such extreme hope
and resilience as well. And we’re responding at
all the different stops along the route in Greece. Samaritan’s Purse is there,
responding with distribution items, helping camps
with WASH, helping to build shelters and shades
in camps, shifting our focus so that we can respond
accordingly to the needs. We’re really trying
to show Christ’s love in whatever way we can here. It’s not just providing
shelter or non-food items, but right now it’s about
activities as well. So just being able to provide
music, a way for them to smile, to laugh, to maybe forget about
their trauma for a little bit, we’re happy to provide that. [NON-ENGLISH] When we reached the island,
we were very, very happy. You cannot imagine
how we were happy. I was crying as
much I was happy. But unfortunately
two, three days later, a lot of the borders closed. And we’re stuck here. We love life. We love music. We love things that
make you happy. [SINGING] This is like– make us
to remember our memories in Iraq, and in our home. When we were playing, we were
pretending that we were happy. They are playing the music. We all love. We are talking like
we are relatives. They are Yazidi,
and I’m a Muslim. We all love each other. We have to used to
live with each other. We are all one people. I have to all the
time to make myself, my husband, my neighbors,
my friend stronger. We are human. Just I want to– these
countries, to all people, to feel but little–
all these things. It is killing me. Samaritan’s Purse,
the volunteers from these countries,
they make me happy. And they gave us
really, really hope. And I feel that they feel us. Home is a place
that you feel safe, the place that you
are welcome there, the place that you
have your life there. This is not life. This is not home. Actually, I’m still
looking for home. So when this will
happen, I don’t know.

Should I Accept the Insurer’s First Offer in a Personal Injury Claim?

Should I Accept the Insurer’s First Offer in a Personal Injury Claim?


Hi my name is Christian Foyle, and I’m
the director of Foyle Legal, today’s topic is should I accept the first offer that
is made to me regarding a personal injury claim by the insurer In most cases the answer is no in this
area of law. insurers typically lowball you with a
low offer at the start of your claim, you should seek advice from a personal
injury lawyer before looking to accept an offer. Foyle Legal specialise in the
area of personal injury law, you can contact us on zero four zero eight seven
two seven three four three by email at [email protected] or
through our website foylelegal.com

1. Introduction and About this Video – Brain Injury 101

1. Introduction and About this Video – Brain Injury 101


>>DR. SALOMONE: Hello, I’m Dr. Jeffery
Salomone, Co-Director of Trauma at Grady Memorial Hospital.
The injury of a loved one or friend is a difficult thing to face and we recognize this is a very
challenging time for you. The goal of this video is to give you a better
understanding of brain injury and the rehabilitation process ahead. Because a serious brain injury affects not
just the individual but the entire family unit as well, this video also focuses on the
important role of family members during the next several weeks and months. The more you can equip yourself with knowledge,
the better your loved one’s outcome may be. We hope this video will help answer many
of the questions you might have about brain injury. Thank you for watching and thank you
for entrusting the care of your loved one to this hospital.>>JUDY FORTIN: Hello, I’m Judy Fortin in
Atlanta, Georgia. I’ll be hosting this video to help you and your family better understand
brain injury and disease. For much of my career I was a reporter covering healthcare at CNN.
It’s important to me to help the public deal with medical and health crisis issues
by bringing them timely, accurate information. That’s the purpose of this video – to
give you and your family helpful information right now so you can prepare yourselves for
the challenges ahead. People with brain injury and their families need to know about and
have access to the right resources and support to make their recovery as good as it can possibly
be. Major injuries like the one you are dealing
with have complex consequences that may involve part or all of the central nervous system.
Since the brain and the spinal cord can both be affected in major injuries, it may be important
that you learn about brain and spinal cord injury. Watch our companion video detailing
spinal cord injury for more information. Throughout both these videos, you’ll hear
from some of the nation’s top neuroscientists, physicians and patient advocates who will
help me share timely information with you. The sponsors of this video hope to give you
a resource that you can return to as often as you like. We’ve organized the information
so you can select the chapters that address the specific needs you may have as the patient
yourself or as a concerned friend or family member. [DVD version continues: The chapters
and sub-chapters within them work just like the items on a movie DVD] – [both versions
continue: You can select the chapters you want to watch and then use the easy onscreen
navigation to skip forward or go back to another section at any time. The chapters on this
program are: Chapter I – Introduction & About this Video
Chapter II – Brain Injury Basics & Anatomy of the Brain
Chapter III – Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury: Its Causes, Effects, Classifications
Chapter IV – Understanding Non-Traumatic Brain Injury: Its Causes, Effects, Classifications
Chapter V – Practical Advice for Coping With Brain Injury>>JUDY FORTIN: At this time, I want to introduce
you to a special guest who understands what you’re going through because she’s had
first-hand experience. Lee Woodruff is a best-selling author and leading advocate for people with
brain injuries. She joins us now.>>LEE WOODRUFF: In January of 2006, my husband
Bob was seriously injured in a bomb blast in Iraq while covering the war for ABC News.
In an instant, the shock of that news turned our family upside down. Bob suffered a traumatic
brain injury, and doctors removed 16 centimeters of his skull to save his life. He also had
major damage to his face and jaw. Right now, you probably feel very uncertain
about what the future holds. In the minutes and hours after getting the news about Bob,
I was in the very same place. Would he live? Would he have permanent brain damage? From
the start I clung to the fact that my husband was alive, and to hope – hope that he would
be okay. My family and friends and Bob’s colleagues soon became my rock, as I quickly
realized that I was not alone in my grief, or my fear. Later, I learned that there are
more than five million people living with the after-effects of brain injury in our country. You are not alone either. Lean on people who’ve
gone through this – call in your friends, relatives, your church, community and your
support groups. And then you have to pull yourself together to help your loved one get
better and either become or find an anchor for your family. There’s plenty of information about brain
injury on the Internet, some of it good and some of it not so good. I encourage you to
use credible resources, like this video and web sites from recognized brain injury organizations.
Don’t try to learn everything at once. I didn’t. Rely on the medical professionals
caring for your loved one to help you know what to focus on next. Do your best to take
things a step at a time, one day at a time, and recognize that even the smallest progress
is positive. You have good days and bad days on the long road ahead, and that’s okay. Today, my husband is a working journalist
and an active father. We were so lucky to have a talented team of U.S. military brain
surgeons and trauma care doctors and nurses take care of Bob after his injury and throughout
his rehabilitation. If your loved one has sustained a serious brain injury, whether
it’s traumatic or caused by an illness or chronic condition, it’s important that they
get specialized treatment as soon as possible. Statistically, it makes a huge difference
in their long-term recovery. First, you want to get the most you can out of your trauma
care stay.>>JUDY FORTIN: It’s important to realize
that being at the trauma care center is an interim step in your loved one’s long-term
recovery. There can be a wide range of possible outcomes down the road. As Lee said, try to
focus first on what’s happening right now. Your loved one was probably stabilized by
paramedics at the site where the accident occurred. If the injury was from a trauma,
the head and neck may be immobilized to prevent further damage to the nervous system, spine
and the brain.>>DAVID W. WRIGHT, MD: In the United States,
we are fortunate to have dependable standards for emergency and trauma care, which establish
milestones for that care. At the trauma center, the first step is to medically stabilize the
patient’s condition. Next, they may be given numerous tests and x-rays, and assessed by
various medical specialists. And finally, they may be moved to the operating room or
a hospital room, depending on their condition. This is bound to be a very hectic time, so
try to stay positive and be confident that you are in good hands at the trauma care facility.>>LEON HALEY, MD: It’s natural to wonder
what you might do right now to help your loved one and the care team.
Initially you may be greeted by a nurse or social worker. Let them help you think of
questions you might ask the doctors you’ll see later. Soon the treatment team will update
you on your loved one’s condition. Ask his or her trauma caregivers to explain the basic
tasks they are performing. And, keep these important tips in mind during the trauma care
or hospital stay: If possible, have one point person gather
all of your family’s questions. Limit visits and the number of visitors at
any given time. Allow yourself or your loved one time to rest
between visits. Have everyone who visits maintain a soft and
calm tone of voice. Assume that your loved one can hear you and
be careful of everything that is said within earshot. Your role right now is to support
their recovery in an encouraging and positive way.
If your loved one is able, encourage him or her to move around as much as their condition
and their medical team will allow. Movement might include coughing to stimulate breathing
muscles, deep breathing, sitting up, or moving around the room.>>JUDY FORTIN: Chapter two is next. We’ll
share some basics about the anatomy of the brain and how it works.

How to pronounce SOCCER (not SUCKER) –  American English Pronunciation Lesson

How to pronounce SOCCER (not SUCKER) – American English Pronunciation Lesson


welcome to the minute of speech this
common mistake is a suggestion from a Japanese client soccer how most
americans referred to the game of football to say soccer correctly focus
on the vowel sound oh start with an S sound s by placing your tongue behind
your top teeth while the air moves out of the mouth add a short oh vowel by opening your mouth wide while the tongue rests in the bottom of the mouth move to the K
sound by closing your mouth slightly the tip of your tongue stays in the bottom of
your mouth while the back is pulled towards the roof of the mouth end with
an er by rounding your lips soccer soccer soccer soccer Soccer is a very
popular sport. Soccer is a very popular sport. Try it people will notice the
difference!

Reviewing Brave Browser’s Creator & Reward Incentives | EP#144

Reviewing Brave Browser’s Creator & Reward Incentives | EP#144


Hey everyone Scott Cunningham aka @scottcbusiness today we’re going to be talking again about the brave browser
but we’re also gonna take a look at the rewards program and the creator program
that they have and I’d like to share with you some of my results that I’ve
gotten from using these and just generally do a quick overview of brave
itself it’s a really really cool platform and I highly highly recommend
using this as your internet browser because I mean I’ve earned
cryptocurrency from this a decent amount more than you could earn obviously
anywhere else this is the only platform that I am even aware of that offers this
it is allowing you to monetize your attention that you would otherwise give
to ads and it has a built in ad blocker and a bunch of different things that
just make it so much better than other platforms even without the crypto aspect
so let’s take a look let me just jump to the main platform
all right so features of brave it is uh right off the bat it’s already way fast
or two times faster on desktop and up to eight times faster on mobile the reason
it’s so much faster is because it scrapes away a lot of the different
things that you would otherwise see scripts tons of different things that
are taking a bandwidth and it makes it just the bare-bones what you actually
need to see it also removes all the ads and everything else makes your life a
lot easier and it removes tracking – which we’ll look at right here
so that is right here this is your brave shield you can block trackers it
automatically will upgrade your security block scripts lots of different things
and you can change your defaults and whatever you want to use really really
useful they’re ensuring that your personal data isn’t going out it’s very
customizable way more security it’s very simple very easy to use setting up a lot
of good default security and ad blocking measures versus doing it after the
fact and something that I found super super useful is when I when I started
using brave I had to bring over all these bookmarks and all my data from
Chrome and and and in my other platforms and it took only a few seconds to upload
and import everything from my other platforms which made my life way easier
you earn cryptocurrency for the ads you do allow so you could use this and have
a way better browsing experience with no crypto involved whatsoever then should
you allow ads up to five an hour you can earn cryptocurrency in the form of be 80
tokens basic attention tokens because they’re monetizing your attention and
giving you a piece of the ad revenue and by doing this you can earn
cryptocurrency every single month and then what you can do with that is you
could donate it to other Creators you could keep it for yourself you could
just sell it right away whatever you want to do it’s yours now and again as
far as I’m concerned there are no other platforms that offer this today now we
already talked a little bit about some of these ad blocking cookie control all
that good stuff also when you exit brave and you come back in all of your tabs
will reload really really useful feature just tons of useful things that you
already we’ll see with chrome or better features on top of that and really
really nice you can download all the same extensions that you would from the
Google store and it has full interoperability with anything that you
would get on Chrome but with all of the added benefit of the security not being
tracked earning cryptocurrency all that good stuff so let’s take a look at the
brave rewards so something that’s also cool is they give you free b8e grants to
use those to donate to creators because they want to encourage the flow of b80
from users to creators as a way to help fund creators because
here’s the thing a lot of craters like on YouTube for example earn off of ad
revenue and when everyone is using ad blockers they’re now losing all of that
money when you’re enabling brave and you’re earning crypto for viewing ads
and you’re still blocking the creators ads you can then donate your freely
earned dat to them as a way to you know support them and compensate them for
their hard work and so it’s going to take the money away from these massive
big tech oligarchies like YouTube and Facebook and instead it’s going to give
the money to you and the Creator so it’s going to just create a much better community-based you know model for for
how ads are run and how how attention is monetized and and how all of that works
while you’re browsing on the internet it makes your life way easier it’s super
simple you can easily extract it put it in your wallet as you see here I’ve got
169 ba t really really quick easy very useful this is the you would just click
on this to go to your brave rewards or you could see a little right here just
on your browser brave semi colon slash slash rewards and as you can see I’ve
got eighteen point three in my my wallet here earnings from ads that I did that I
viewed last month and then you can see what I’ve been earning for this month
that will pay out on August 5th that was for a hundred and thirty-four ads but
they’re usually just notifications that will pop up and they’re very very
unintrusive and I almost don’t even notice most of them so you know it’s not
like massive ads that are appearing in the middle of your videos and you know
really intruding on your experience and making it much more annoying
and tedious and we don’t have that with brave so that’s really nice to see
there’s also auto contribute so say you just want to generally donate to anyone
that you’re watching without having to go through and actually tip them
individually every time you can just set up Auto contributions which makes life
very easy and yeah so that that’s kind of how you can do this and you can
easily extract it go and satellite or do whatever you want to do and then yeah
you could see grants here as well earned 14.5 from Grants because they just give
you grants and then you can donate that to different creators you can’t take out
the grants and just use them yourself you have to actually donate them to
creators to really just encourage people interacting with creators and and
helping them earn and supporting them via brave so in terms of creators let’s
take a look at the the Creator section here and then I’ll share with you what
I’ve got going on so as a creator you can sign up you can set up you know
YouTube twitch Twitter your own websites and things there’s a lot of options and
then when people are on you know whichever website they’ll see the option
here it’ll pop up there’s like a little try there’s a little check mark blue
checkmark for a verified creator so for example here if you wanted to donate
some vit to brave you could very easily do that by sending them a small tip and
it’s very easy to do and it’ll just sort of it’ll it allow you to reward these
different creators for for the time you spend on their on their content where
you blocked their ads so it’s kind of just allowing you to still support them
without taking anything away from them so again if you were here and you were
on my Twitter you could see that you could donate to me I haven’t really set
this up very well clearly I need to do that but yeah you can change your banner
and everything I obviously have to still do that
but yeah it’s really really intuitive really easy to use and as you can see
Wow month which was my first month of using
b8e well like the b80 creator program brave
crater program I earned almost 77 b80 and you know that’s not a crazy amount
of b80 but considering I wouldn’t have it
otherwise that is very significant and I’ve got five pending right now so you
know some of it is from you know people using my referral to actually download
brave because they didn’t have it and then they saw a video that I did and
then they downloaded it and then some of it is from tips and grants and different
things as well I see highly recommend checking this out
if you’re a creator and I highly recommend if you’re just like a viewer
to to consider using brave to better support the people that you’re trying to
support especially if you’re using an ad blocker so that’s basically it I just
wanted to give you guys a quick overview of brave and what you can actually do is
you know a creator as just a general user and also one last thing is for for
advertisers so for them it’s also really great because if you want to advertise
on brave people are you know getting some crypto for viewing advertisements
so they’re much more incentivized to actually you know take a look at what
while you’re advertising versus just you know trying to get rid of it as quick as
possible and because they’re actually opting in to allow for these ads they’re
also giving it kind of the okay doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be better
but if you’re otherwise going to have your ads blocked by an ad blocker then
this is a great solution for advertisers as well so really with brave everyone
wins and again I don’t know of any other
browsers that do this the only other browser that I really
support is gabs browser dissenter because it has generally a lot of the
same things that this has but it doesn’t have any cryptocurrency monetization so
it lacks that that that paying you for your attention
and helping you monetize what you’re doing in your day to day experiences
browsing the Internet gab does have dissenters applicant like the dissenter
browser does have the ability to open up a comment section anywhere on the
Internet which is really significant so I guess it’s more like if you’re really
into free speech you could do that or you could just go and use their website
to do it on brave I still mainly use brave because you know the incentive of
earning cryptocurrency for allowing us to pop up is very very appealing and and
that’s why I recommend you guys check it out
I’m sure BAT is just going to keep going up and up so I’m happy to hold on
to it now and see where things go let me know what you guys think about brave the
rewards program and the Creator program and whether or not you actually use the
browser or play into and if you don’t have it and you plan to download it
after watching this please use my referral link in the comments in
the description and leave a comment below of what what you think about all
this thank you so much for watching I’m Scott Cunningham aka @scottcbusiness signing off, Cheers

17 Celebs Battling SERIOUS Illnesses

17 Celebs Battling SERIOUS Illnesses


I’m the only one in of my siblings my mom in my family that hasn’t been affected by Lyme disease It is universally understood that health as well however Unfortunately for some of our favorite celebrities, health is only a worrisome topic that seems to raise concerns amongst fans and followers So today we are discussing 17 celebrities who are bravely battling serious illnesses It was just within the last few months when the news about Selena Gomez’s health began to spread widely across the internet Selena has battled lupus in silence for a very long time as she underwent chemotherapy in 2015 and constantly struggled to keep afloat during her insanely busy schedule However, Selena broke her silence in 2017 when she posted a heartfelt Instagram picture thanking her best friend Francia Raisa for providing her with a kidney transplant. Needless to say Selena’s friendship with Francia that defied sickness and health brought many of us to tears of joy She lived with me in this interesting time where my kidneys were just done it was those it and next on the list is another Disney superstar, miss Miley Cyrus Although Miley often presents herself as a carefree fun-loving soul That hasn’t always been the case for her heart. The 25 year old singer has a heart condition called tachycardia, meaning her heart rate is faster than normal and can make the singer prone to heart attacks or even stroke. In the past Miley’s party behaviors had many of her fans worried in conjunction to her heart condition But not to worry you guys because according to Miley herself, she’s been happy, healthy and sober as of last year I think I just was able to not be so obsessive which I’m very OCD And which is why I’m not talking right now is cuz I kind of need to obsess a little bit and like make sure everything is perfect Nick Jonas has also had his fair share of health scares and was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes back in 2005 when he was just 13 years old, however since his diagnosis he has become an inspiration for an uncountable number of his fans and still continues to be a positive role model as he educates the public about diabetes Despite all of this. Nick says that he is in the best shape he’s ever been in and he continues to be everyone’s favorite Jonas brother through the years. I’m the best health I’ve been in, right? And I’m feeling really good anything really in life that that is a challenge for you for me specifically. It’s my diabetes Nick jonas, his best friend Demi also had a few struggles of her own and was diagnosed as bipolar disorder back in 2011 Since then she has been vocal about her mental condition and has even shared stories of her hardships during interviews throughout the years she has given millions of Lovadix hope by engaging an open dialogue about her mental health Telling her fans not to give up because it will get better looking back. I’m like, okay That makes sense. I’m like, I was bipolar I was actually manic a lot of the times Moving on to another female power vocalist Halsey has been very honest about her fight with endometriosis. For Halsey it was a battle just for her doctors to land on a diagnosis as many of them questioned the source of her unspeakable ache Fortunately for Halsey, after her doctors finally diagnosed her with endometriosis. She received the proper surgery she needed to relieve some of her pain Since then she has used her voice on social media to inform other women about endometriosis and even contributed to the hashtag #endowarriors on Instagram ♬ Sorry to my unknown lover
Sorry that I can’t believe that anybody ever really ♬ For some pop stars, the true terrors begin when the lights go out and for the Swedish singer Zara Larsson This stands true as she continues to battle with her sleep paralysis Zara expressed her horrors in an interview as she said she often experiences sleep paralysis during times of high stress who feels as though she is trapped in her own body for half an hour This all sounds terrifying and for anyone who has actually experienced sleep paralysis, you know, it is anything but comfortable ♬ Like stars in hiding,
You and I burn on, on♬ Moving from Sweden to England Jade Thirlwall of the UK pop group Little Mix opened up about her private struggles with anorexia back in 2016 Jade has stated that her battle with her eating disorder began when she was only 13 years old and even led to hospitalizations in the past after she quickly spiraled out of control But much of her pain was hidden away in secrecy during the early stages of Little Mix We’re all so glad that she opened up about her struggles and received the help. She needed to get better. And I thought maybe when I was younger if it had somebody else speak up about it or have someone else to look up to It might have helped me so that was my main reason for doing it body image is a Constant topic of discussion that goes well beyond just your size and weight and sometimes it has to do with how your body looks underneath the clothes for the divergent actor shailene woodley this ring and true and her best friend noticed her crooked spine as the result of her scoliosis when they went swimming Shailene was 15 when she was diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis And had to wear braces for 18 hours of the day when she was a teenager however the actress says that she didn’t let her back brace face her as she viewed the braces like how some people had crooked teeth or even broken fingers another actress We all loved seeing on our screen Millie Bobby Brown has also opened up about her disability recently The stranger thinks actress said she was born with partial hearing in one ear and eventually lost her hearing in that ear entirely Still she obviously doesn’t let anything hold her back as she’s fiercely portrays Everyone’s favorite psychokinetic superhero 11 and even raps Nicki Minaj verses to perfection upon request Because I would never be able to hear them like the Deaf brothers they would To action, right and I never hit him. But with Shawn Levy who’s really loud He goes action of next Victoria Justice has also shared her hardships with her autoimmune disorder Hashimoto’s disease sac in 2015 This disease often impacts the thyroid glands affecting metabolism and eventually leading to acne and weight fluctuation Victoria Justice admitted that her disorder devastated her as it affected her skin and weight even mentioned that it took a toll on her self-confidence Fortunately, she says things have levelled out and she seems healthy by working out taking vitamins and meditating for 10 minutes every day No, I mean like, you know, I know we should work out to Look at those bulging muscles, you know, however Victoria Justice shouldn’t feel alone in her journey because there is another celebrity who shares her hardships Gigi Hadid also recently Retaliated her body shamers by opening up about her own struggles with Hashimoto’s She took to Twitter to shut down those who were saying that she was too big for the industry by explaining her health conditions leading to inflammation and water retention Although she didn’t know anyone any Explanation Gigi received an outpour of support from her fans and friends on social media If you’re not the nicest most hard-working girl in the industry, there’s me. Someone prettier nicer and more hard-working Unfortunately for the Hadid family Lyme disease also takes a toll not only on their mom Yolanda but it also affects another supermodel in the fam Bella Hadid she has always been public about her struggles as she even took to snapchat to show her daily struggles her mom who also shares the Same sickness has praised her daughter for staying strong and focusing on her career despite her Devastating chronic illness and making a name for herself in the modeling world I would really like to dedicate this award to all the teenagers out there that Have really gone through what I’m going through and have suffered from this to see is without an end in sight I know what it feels like to not want to get out of bed kendall Jenner who is a longtime family kin to the Hadid family also shared her difficult times with sleep paralysis on Keeping Up with the Kardashians back in 2016 Kendall admitted to being terrified of falling asleep because it made her feel as though her heart was stopping Unfortunately her sleep disorder began to affect her career as most of her anxiety was sourced from sleeping on airplanes and it was an unspoken Requirement as a supermodel that she would to be flying Constantly, we just hope that Kendall has found a healthy way to cope because she truly shines on the runway I’m freaking out because of these paralysis things. I’m scared to fall asleep because it keeps happening to me It’s almost like normal. She’s like my heart stops while we are on the list of models. Kendall’s longtime best friend Cara Delevingne has also struggled through her stress triggered psoriasis for some time Unfortunately back in 2016 when Cara was on the red carpet for her movie Suicide Squad her red psoriasis flare-ups caused some concerns amongst her fans her also mentioned that high stress causes this Autoimmune disease to appear in fashion week has always been difficult for this exact reason still even through hard times Carr is notorious for her positive attitude and Continues to constantly provide laughter for those who surround her I have really bad psoriasis covered in those red scabs and I went to LA for a weekend where he’s gonna went away It all disappeared next time Melissa’s modern family after Sarah Hyland who suffers from kidney dysplasia Sarah was told from a young age that she wouldn’t be able to lead a normal life due to her kidney as a devastating results of her deteriorating health back in 2012 Sarah received a kidney transplant from her dad Unfortunately, this wasn’t the end to her struggles as the medications. She was put on made her weight uncontrollable and she had to address the hate on her social media last year Sarah Hyland even mentioned on Instagram that 2017 was a difficult year for her, but she continued to fight in hopes that when a teen will be a better year You know if you’re sick You still go to work and in between takes you sit down or you lay her head down or something? the child actress turns social media sensation Bella Thorne has also shared her troubles of Dyslexia in the past the learning disorder that made it difficult for her to read also resulted in her being taken out of school in the third Grade in the past. Bella has been very public about her difficulties with reading and writing and even the characters She portrayed and shake it up Cece Jones was written to share her same struggles nevertheless Bella didn’t let her dyslexia stop her as she has written her own books and original songs leading a flourishing career my name is And this is the story of the time I found out I have dyslexia I remember when I started first grade right away It was awful because I couldn’t read as well as the other kids And last on our list is Lord who possibly has the most impressive illness she lives with a rare condition called Synthesia If you are wondering Synthesia is a neurological condition that blurs sensories together and leads to seeing music or even thinking of numbers and colors as for Lord herself She says her Synthesia drives her music creating abilities and even said that her music is the reflection of her brain translating poetry Surely this is difficult for any of us without Synthesia to comprehend but it definitely sounds like it can be overwhelming I think really it just makes The kind of creative process Which for me is, you know? Sonic take on a visual sight as well that wraps up our list of 17 Celebrities who battle serious illnesses and although these stars have their own struggles It seems like they don’t let their illnesses slow them down now that we’ve discussed these celebs I want to ask you guys was there a celebrity on the list that you were surprised to find out was going through hardships or perhaps you know of other celebs who share the same struggles let us know in the comments section below and after you’re done with that you Can click right over here to see celebs who slammed body shamers. I’m your ocean ADA breeze Thanks so much for watching and I’ll see you guys in the next vid

Relief from the Low – MADWAGON

Relief from the Low – MADWAGON


Sometimes pain is someone’s gain it’s the game that we all play Breaking bread with ghosts of men And my soul is not for trade In the dark you fall apart But no one sees you cry Like a stone that’s down below You wait for the tide to rise The moon fall will find Your way inside So when you need to find a place To rest your broken soul You know we’re not just getting high It’s relief from the low And it’s not the way I drive It’s how my wheels hit the road You know it’s not just getting high It’s relief from the low Smoking rooms and phantoms choose The entertainment for the night Dead mans sleep is never deep Oooooh You wait for the tide to rise The most who fall will find Your way inside So when you need to find a place To rest your broken soul Ya’know we’re not just getting high It’s relief from the low And it’s not the way I drive It’s how my wheels hit the road You know we’re not just getting high It’s relief from the low So when you need to find a place To rest your broken soul Ya’know we’re not just getting high It’s relief from the low And it’s not the way I drive It’s how my wheels hit the road Ya’know we’re not just getting high It’s relief from the low…

Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief

Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief


Reporter: Here in New York, the largest transit
system in the world is closed. Reporter: The governor has ordered a mandatory
evacuation. Governor Chris Christie: If you’re still able
to hear me, you need to get out. Reporter: A storm surge of up to 11 feet. Look at these waves coming through. Man: Many here expected that there would be
flooding and loss of power, but then this fire just erupted. Man: We don’t know where they’re going to
take us. We don’t know. Woman: First thing I did was wash my American
flag, put it back up, and we will survive. Marine: Work with the sanitation department
helping people move debris out of their houses. Does that make sense? Make it happen. Man: We’ve been red tagged. We lost everything. The house in front of us landed on our house
and it’s gone. Because the Marines are here, there is a definitive
way to deal with everything. Boom, it’s pumped out. Next stage, third stage, fourth stage. It’s really been amazing. Woman: Walking around there were Marines;
they’d come in and they’d say, “How can we help you? Do you need stuff out of your house?” Marine: Take care of yourself, sir. Man: Thank you. Marine. You’re welcome. Man: I have nothing to say; you guys are great. I had no idea you guys were even coming. Man: We’re just so grateful. God bless you. Thank you. Man: Seeing this guy here, your anxiety level
just comes down a whole bunch, you know? Announcer: When disaster strikes at home
or abroad, United States Marines remain vigilant, always ready to serve. Woman: We always had the utmost respect and
admiration, and this just seals it.