Derek Maxfield, CEO of Younique, made a promise to do something great with his life as his friend passed away from the very same cancer he had overcome. Now years later, him and his wife Shelaine have fulfilled this promise through The Younique Foundation which now helps thousands of women reclaim hope.
Three moms openly share their story with Autism. Every child is different and the struggle is constant. But when all is said and done, each child has taught these moms something unique about life. Autism is not a word to be feared, but a child to be loved.
Kristen couldn’t wait for that moment that her autistic son Nash called her mom. She admits, there have been a lot of rough days, but there are also a lot of good days. Raising a child with autism has it’s challenges, but her advice is for all moms: take one day at a time and focus on the positive things you’ve done for your child.
When Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons met Tyler Robinson, his perspective on life changed. Upon Tyler’s passing (on March Fourth), a foundation was started in his honor. Five years later, The Tyler Robinson Foundation has raised over 4.5 million dollars and helped over 400 families facing pediatric cancer. See how it all started in our latest Stiry Original.
Idalis discovered her story has meaning for others going through postpartum depression. She shares her experience and how women need to be more open about it and that it’s ok to reach out to others. “Don’t be afraid. A lot of women go through similar things. It’s the beauty in life. We are all in it together.”
Here’s what the “experts” are saying about Love. You might want to listen.
“I remember laying in a stretcher in an ambulance. That’s one of those moments where you really start to think…am I going to be ok?” John Peel bounced back over and over again and he wasn’t going to let the possibility of never playing football again stop him from getting back on the field.
Do you hear the alarm clock go off every morning and find that you’re dreading the day to come? Gideon Akande felt the same way…and did something about it. Now that he found his passion, nothing will get in his way.
After trying to become something she knew she wasn’t, Australian native Tanya Poppett decided to reward her body instead of punishing it. Her message: “the media’s got it wrong.”
We traveled over 2,000 miles with our partners at The Tyler Robinson Foundation and Imagine Dragons to capture a well deserved surprise for a family coping with the financial burden of a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Imagine Dragons and The Tyler Robinson Foundation helped more than 145 families in 2017 get back on their feet while facing pediatric cancer. This is one of those families.