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Daniella: Dystonia’s Warrior Princess                                     by Janice Tindle

   They called her Princess. From the moment she was born, there was no denying the resemblance little Daniella had to older brother Lukas Bredahl and her beautiful mother, Pia Bredahl of Vejle, Demark. She laughed. She sparkled. She shined. … Continue reading

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A Message For Those Who Have A Life Changing Disability   by Janice Tindle

“I don’t think I’ll ever be happy again,” is the worst thing you can say to yourself. You WILL be happy again. Tell yourself that. You will. I promise. Maybe not all day long, but you’ll have moments. Everyday, do … Continue reading

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To Be Still                             by Janice Tindle 

Oh! To be still- To lay down and not feel the war within, The muscles, like revving engines,  Raring to go, ramping, ramping, and off!  Off into a race to nowhere.  The twists and turns, the dangerous road of pharma,  … Continue reading

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