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“As I think anyone with chronic medical problems can agree, it is not for the faint of heart.  Last Fall my infertility issues actually led to emergency surgery because my ovaries had ruptured and I was bleeding internally.  This process in the last year really has helped me feel way more empathetic toward everyone and the trials everyone is facing.  And although I would never say that I am grateful to have a trial, I am grateful for the growth I have experienced.  I am grateful that I am able to feel more empathetic.   I think that it humbles me and makes me choose how I spend my time more wisely and to cherish the friendship and relationships, especially with my children that I have already.”

Carissa Rasmussen of Shop Carissa Miss and Family History Modernized

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Join in the movement. Share your story!! Share a piece of your story on Instagram or on Facebook, whatever that looks like. And then share what this has taught you about yourself and how has it changed the way you see yourself and the world around you. Share it in writing, share it in a video. Take a photo of yourself holding a sign saying #lifebeatsforme. Write your own or download mine by clicking on the button in the sidebar.  Lets be the spark to break down barriers between us, fight the urge to not share, you are so worthy of inspiring others with your story. You need to recognize its worth and they need to hear it. Allow the LifeBeats within you a chance to reach out to others and to connect and resonate with the LifeBeats of others. What you have gone through, what you are doing now, the good you are doing in the world, the struggle you are currently in, your own journey is worthy of inspiring others right where you are. Be sure to tag your story with #lifebeatsforme and @lifebeatsproject so that myself and others can find them. Each Friday I will be selecting one of your stories to share on my Instagram and Facebook pages.

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