Tag: inspiration

Meet Genie – The Wild Child

April 17, 2014 | 0

Genie was born in 1957 and is a pseudonym of yet another case of a feral child who was subjected to negligence, abuse, and social isolation. Genie was born in Arcadia California and her circumstances have been recorded in annals of abnormal child psychology. When Genie was born, she was kept locked in a room […]

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Danielle Crockett – The Feral Child

April 17, 2014 | 0

The case of Danielle Crockett may be another shocking story of a feral child. A family had lived in rundown rental house in Plant City for over three years when they saw a face of child in the window. She was a little girl and pale with dark eyes. She lifted a dirty blanket over […]

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Oxana Malaya – The dog child

April 15, 2014 | 0

Like other feral children who are neglected from a tender age, Oxana Malaya was no exception. She was robbed of her childhood when she was cast outdoors by her hateful parents. She was made to survive on bloody scraps as well as raw meat. Oxana painfully spent close to five years under care of horde […]

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Danielle Griffin and Psuedoachondroplasia

April 15, 2014 | 0

Danielle Griffin suffers from a rare form of dwarfism that affects only about four in a million people. She suffers from psuedoachondroplasia. The maximum height Danielle can expect to reach is three feet and ten inches. In her adulthood, she will live a life at the size of a child aged six years.And as Pediatric […]

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Epidermolysis Bullosa and the Story of Adana Forsyth (The Butterfly Girl)

April 13, 2014 | 0

Adana Forsyth was regarded as the “Montrose butterfly” because her skin was as fragile as the membranes of wings of butterfly. Until her death on Saturday 23 November 2008, she struggled with a genetic defect known as epidermolysis bullosa (EB). Her condition caused the skin to blister even with the slightest touch or a trauma. […]

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Marc Yu – The Musical Child Prodigy

April 13, 2014 | 0

March Yu is a musical child prodigy, born January 5, 1999. Since the age of two and half, he has been playing piano and by the age of six, he could play cello. When Marc was an infant, he would stop crying after hearing his mom play Beethoven’s symphonies. In the car seat, Marc would […]

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Meet Ipex Syndrome Survivor – Toby Ellis

April 12, 2014 | 0

Toby Ellis is a child who had an extremely rare condition, which affects only a handful of children in the world. He suffered from a genetic condition known as Ipex Syndrome. Toby had spent a better part of his young life hospitalized. The body of Toby was unable to produce white blood cells, which his […]

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Cameron Mott – Girl with Half a Brain

April 12, 2014 | 0

At the age of three years, Cameron was diagnosed with a condition known as cortical dysplasia. This is an abnormality that affects the development of the cerebral cortex part of the brain. Later on, at five years, Cameron was diagnosed with the condition Rasmussen’s syndrome. The condition triggered seizures and epileptic fits and doctors later […]

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Terri Calvesbert – Extraordinary girl who survived 90 percent burns

March 30, 2014 | 0

Terri Calvesbert suffered 90 percent burns when she was just 22 months after her mother Julie Minter accidentally left a burning cigarette in the bedroom. This is an accident which completely changed the life of Terri and the family. The mother had been consumed with guilty many years following the dreadful fire accident. Every time, […]

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Abigail and Brittany Hensel – The remarkable Conjoined Twins

March 29, 2014 | 0

Abigail and Brittany Hensel are dicephalic parapagus twins, which means they are conjoined twins. Each of them as a separate head, heart, stomach, spinal cord, and spine. Each twin controls half of the body operating one arm and one leg. These twins from Minnesota have had many struggles in their lives. When they were born, […]

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