There’s nothing more devastating than being told that you are not capable of doing something that you’ve always wanted to do. Monet was determined to become a mother, but her doctors have told her that her health was so bad that she would never bear a child.
Monet weighed almost 375 lbs in September 2014. It’s a given fact that obesity can interfere with a woman’s capability of being pregnant. But Monet was determined “to live and be a mom no matter what,” so she decided to do something about it.
Doctors diagnosed Monet with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Her health and weight were so unideal that she flatlined numerous times during emergency surgery. That’s when doctors told her the terrible news that her status at the time would make it impossible for her to become a mother
But since Monet really wanted to become a mom so bad, she decided to make a complete lifestyle overhaul.
“During the last part of my journey, I gained lots of weight from taking my Depo shot, so I tried Keto. I lost about 40 or 50 pounds on Keto alone after I’d reached a stall with everything else.
Keto doesn’t require exercise to be successful. I’m active every day, even if it’s just a little. I work out at least five days a week.”
Monet says she now walks just about an hour each day.
Despite successfully shedding off the pounds, Monet knew that she had to tackle bigger problems than just her weight.
“Until you fix your emotional issues and your past and present pain, you won’t truly be successful… no matter what you do or try. You won’t be successful until you shed the weight that isn’t physical.”
In 10 months she dropped an incredible 177 pounds and lost over 200 pounds in four years.
And that’s not the only good news throughout Monet’s weight loss journey, she is now a mom of two, proving the doctors wrong.
Japan Museum Holds On To Lost Stuffed Toy For 30 Years In Hopes To Find Its Owner
Now that’s dedication.
Hanging on to things is quite a hard thing to do. But the staff from Chido Museum in the Yamagata Prefecture of Japan did the sweetest gesture for a child's lost Donald Duck toy. The staff did not only kept it for three decades but also took good care of it.
While other public institutions would have already donated the toy to charity, the Japanese museum opted to hold on to it in hopes of reuniting it to its owner. After 30 years, they’re still waiting for the Donald Duck stuffed toy to be picked up.
Man With Duct-Taped Shoes Leaves Surprise Donation To Children’s Charities
“It’s really a gift to all of us to see that pure demonstration of philanthropy and love.”
Alan Naiman could be perfectly described as a frugal man. In fact, the social worker bought his clothes at Costco, cut coupons, liked to take thrifty road trips for his holidays, and patched up his shoes with duct tape.
However, Alan is also the perfect example of not judging a book by its cover. Because despite his humble lifestyle and relatively modest salary working for the State of Washington’s Child Protective Services, he amassed quite a fortune.
Worried Dog Would Do Anything To Protect Owner Even From Medics
Dogs are definitey more than just a man’s best friend.
We all know the famous line, “Dogs are man’s best friend.” As it turns out, however, humans are definitely more than just a great pal for these four-legged pets.
One dog clearly proved that his owner is his everything from being his master to his best friend. Losing him would be unbearable for the broken-hearted dog that he would do anything to protect his human, even from the people who were trying to save him.
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