This little girl, Supatra Sasuphan, says she doesn’t waste her time thinking about the rare condition she has that leaves her with thick hair on her face and body. Instead, this 11-year-old inspiration spends her time focusing on her dream: to be a doctor for her community.
Yep! No pitty parties for Supatra!
When asked how she feels about her crazy rare disease, that many believe is the origin of the Werewolf legend, she said:
“It’s the way I am. I don’t even think about it.”
So young, and so wise! Her positive attitude should inspire us all.
The obstacles in your life can only effect you as much as you let them!!
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This is unbelievable.
3-year-old Natalie Hayhurst has a rare condition called Pica, which causes her to have a craving for pretty much everything.
Named after the magpie bird, which eats everything in sight, Pica creates a compulsion to eat things that aren't food. It has driven young Natalie to eat anything from wood to rocks to even lightbulbs.
The disease could be fatally dangerous, which her mom Colleen had a first run-in with when Natalie ate a lightbulb. She was rushed to a hospital where doctors performed surgery to remove the glass.
Wow. So scary.
Poor girl. To get more info on Natalie and her condition, watch above.
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