After a falling out with her first husband who called her “fat and ugly” for weighing 13st 8lbs (190 lbs), Liz Kerslake decided she’s had enough of his bullying. She broke up with him.
While in the process of getting divorced from her first husband, she met and fell in love with Nick. Despite her weight, he loved her unconditionally. Nick never called her fat and ugly.
Perhaps as a reward to Nick and to boost confidence in herself, Liz went on a diet and enrolled in a weight loss program. Her determination was so great that she dropped 10 dress sizes and soon weighed only 8.5st (119 lbs)!
Her first husband called her “fat and ugly”
When she became much slimmer, Liz forgot about dieting again and was soon piling in the pounds. However, when Nick proposed to her – and she accepted, of course! – she realized she does not want to look fat and ugly on her wedding day, just as her first husband had labeled her.
Liz during her “fat” days
So, she went back to her fitness regime and regained her svelte figure. Today, even after being married to Nick for over 2 years, Liz has managed to remain slim.
Look how slim Liz looks now
She revealed how Nick had always praised her beauty and never once did he call her fat and ugly but she wants to remain “incredible” for him.
Guy with One Arm Is An Inspiring Body Builder
I wish I had 10% of this guy’s motivation. I’d surely rule the entire planet.
Luke Ericson may look like an ordinary bodybuilder with great physique and amicable strength. But if you look closely, you would notice that something is different.
Luke only has his left arm to aid him in his daily activities. He is also missing some parts of his left lung. These conditions has led to the development of severe scoliosis. Furthermore, he has type 1 diabetes since he was a child. With all these conditions, who would have thought that Luke can survive, and on top of that, be a great athlete?
In the video below, Luke shows not only his physical agility, but his mental toughness as well. Luke has all the possible barricades to living a successful life, but all these do not stop him from being the well-rounded person that he is. ...
Doctors Told Veteran He Could Never Walk Unassisted. He Proved Them Wrong!
His journey to recovery will leave you in TEARS!
Most veterans encounter several problems once they return from service. They may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder or from injuries that can leave them disabled for the rest of their lives.
Such was the unfortunate fate of Arthur Boorman, a former paratrooper and a veteran of the armed forces. He had suffered from back and knee injuries that made him depend on walking assistants and wheelchairs for movement. The doctors gave up on his case and he was told that there was nothing else that they can do for him. He was encouraged to accept this sad reality and move on with his life.
Fortunately, Arthur was not a man who knows how to give up. He opted to focus on DDP Yoga, a program that was invented by Diamond Dallas Page, who is a former professional wrestler. With the help of the DDP Yoga Program, he slowly and painstakingly got back up to his feet....
Hot Cocoa Project Of an Eight-Year-Old Pays Back The Hospital That Saved His Best Friend.
This is his way of showing gratitude for having his friend back.
An eight-year-old boy named Tristan Regini meant no monkey business as he took his home town Denver, Colorado by storm in raising funds that served as a token of thanks to the hospital that saved his best friend’s life.
It has almost been a year when Cade Humphreys, Regini’s best friend, took a blow that seemed impossible to surpass. This eight-year-old kid was diagnosed with Cancer. Since then, the Children’s Hospital Colorado has been his playground. After a series of medical treatments, finally, he was cured. And so, to Regini’s obvious delight, he took the initiative to repay the hospital by donating all proceeds from his business.
The young entrepreneur set up a hot cocoa stand right in front of their facade where people not only get to enjoy a hot choco but also gets the chance to give a heart for the needy. Although the soft opening was only held last February 28, the nonprofit cocoa stand has already been able to raise over $3,000. Since then, his charity project has drawn the attention of both local and international news gaining an additional $400 on a weekend alone after being aired. ...