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My Journey to a Grateful Life

by Breanna Roldan on Friday, Apr 08, 2016

As a child, I was under the impression that all kids who went to the doctor’s office had to have wires attached to them, have pictures taken of their hearts, and have to occasionally run on treadmills. Little did I know, this only happened to children with congenital heart defects—and I was one of those children. I didn’t quite understand the severity, long-term complications, and how having a defect would affect my entire life and future.

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