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Growing up in a ‘different’ family is not always easy for kids, they have to learn to deal with the teasing and stares.

Sometimes though, the kids cope amazingly, just listen as 15 year old Myra interviews her intellectually disabled Mum Bonnie about their life, it’s truly beautiful.

Warning, grab some tissues first!

Myra has grown up to be a wonderful compassionate young woman and her relationship with her Mum is just beautiful.

Video credit: Upworthy YouTube

 

  • This is lovely and truly beautiful.

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  • This is just beautiful. I have a son with ASD/Aspergers, so a different way of thinking, and his brain works differently to others. He is unique and special and so many other things. Whilst we face some challenges, I wouldn’t change him or our situation for anything. He has so much to offer the world and will excel in life. We are also better people and parents for having him in our life.

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  • What wonderful people this mother and daughter are.

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  • I LOVE this story !

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  • They have a special bond and a love that will last forever. Lovely story.

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  • Family is family no matter how it is made

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  • Love really does conquer all.

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  • How wonderful to hear part of their story of growing up. They obviously love each other very much and do everything they can for one another.

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  • What a beautiful story between mum and daughter
    Plain of love ❤️????

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  • What a lovely interview. Her daughter seems so wise far beyond her years and her mother is caring and loving. What more could you ask for?

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  • oh this is the sweetest bond any mother/daughter could hope to have – thank you for sharing your story

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  • Beautiful, they sure have a special bond !

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  • Makes you realise that love is so encompassing and powerful. What a positive story.

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  • This is so emotional to listen to! What a great relation they have! :-)

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