All in all, Darren stated that he would not do anything differently in how he handled the situation.
Ch-ch-check out the interview (above)!!!
It's so comforting to know that Brittany Maynard's legacy lives on despite her untimely death.
Today, on what would have been Maynard's 30th birthday, her supporters have released a posthumous video in support of the Death with Dignity Act, a cause near and dear to her heart.
During Brittany's final months living with terminal brain cancer, she was a champion for the controversial measure which allows terminally ill patients to end their own lives.
Though many have publicly criticized the act, a group of Maynard supporters put together a touching tribute and PSA to educate the public on why the Death with Dignity Act should be passed across America.
He'll be remembered for his skill AND his courage!
Jason Collins is retiring from the NBA after becoming the first openly gay professional athlete in North America's four major team sports to play in a professional league - which happened with the Brooklyn Nets last season - and he leaves behind an amazing legacy.
He's been playing in the league since 2002. A major accomplishment in its own right!
The 35-year-old played the center position, and announced his retirement from basketball with a letter to Sports Illustrated.
And it's pretty amazing!
Here's what he wrote:
We can't even believe this is happening!
British pop group S Club 7 reunited in all of their glory for BBC Children's Need Appeal event on Friday night.
And they sounded incredible!
Members Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O'Meara, Rachel Stevens, and Hannah Spearritt all performed a four-song medley in their five-minute performance, complete with their hits Reach, S Club Party, Don't Stop Movin', and Bring It All Back!
Can you believe this is their first full reunion since 2003???
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
This is inspiring and eye opening at the same time.
John David Glaud has become a bit of a viral star for his inspirational story of going down from 360 pounds to 200 pounds… quickly.
But life hasn't been all gravy since the dramatic weight loss, and John's latest video shows him facing his biggest insecurity about his new body — his loose skin.
Earlier this week, Boston Bombing survivor Rebekah DiMartino had us grinning ear to ear when she decided to write a surprisingly light-hearted and funny "breakup" letter to her soon-to-be-amputated leg!
Well, the loving mother and wife has finally gone under the knife, and the loss of her limb has not changed her upbeat attitude one bit!!
While amputating her leg may not have been an easy decision, Rebekah continues to look at the positive aspects of her new life after 18 months of pain and numerous procedures! In fact, now that she's recovering from her surgery, she says she feels GREAT: