When I was 3, my mother had a rare form of brain cancer.
I’d always been good at reading, but when the disease was diagnosed, my ability to do so began to deteriorate.
I had trouble speaking, and my speech was slurred and my body language was awkward.
My mother had surgery and I was taken to the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
After the surgery, I was diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
During the time in the hospital, my father, a former electrician, was diagnosed as having Down syndrome.
It was my first day in a new hospital, and it was very difficult for me to adapt to new environments.
I couldn’t go home from the hospital and start my day.
It made it hard for me when I got home, and when I left, I started to struggle with depression and anxiety.
I was in and out of hospitals for two years, and during that time, I had to work on my speech and social skills.
I felt like I had an emotional handicap that I had been struggling with for years.
It became a huge struggle to adjust to my new surroundings.
I needed to do a lot of talking to others, and to people I had never met, so I was trying to learn new words, learn new things and be a better person.
I tried to learn as much as I could from other children and adults who were also struggling with Down syndrome and related disorders.
When I graduated high school in 2016, I got an internship with a technology company, and I learned a lot from them about how to work with people with disabilities.
I also learned how to be an effective leader in a team, and how to deal with the challenges of being a leader.
I went on to become a product manager for a social network for people with Down and other disorders, and now I’m a product owner at a startup called Down Syndrome Games.
Down Syndrome is my life’s passion, and having Down is my biggest blessing.
It’s a lifelong journey, and all of the struggles I’ve had have been the result of Down Syndrome, so it’s definitely an advantage to me to have Down Syndrome on my side.
Down syndrome is a condition that affects only about 1 in 10,000 people, and its very hard to find information about the condition.
I think it’s important to have people like me share their stories and share their struggles, so people who are struggling can have the support they need.
I’m happy to share my story with people who may be looking for some help or advice.
How do you have a normal life?
When I have Down syndrome, I try to be a good role model.
I’ve tried to make sure I’m always positive and I never let anything discourage me from doing what I do.
I love my job.
I like being the manager of a social media company and I try not to let anything deter me from that.
I don’t think it would have been possible without Down Syndrome!
What’s your biggest accomplishment?
My biggest accomplishment is to have my own company.
I have my life full of great memories.
I hope to live a life that I love.
What do you hope others will learn from you?
I hope people with different disabilities and people with similar disabilities can learn from each other, and learn to live together.
I want my story to inspire other people to learn about themselves, and about how they can share their own experiences and strengths.
I know I can help people live a better life.
What advice would you give to someone struggling with a disability?
And if you are able to find someone who can help you, be brave enough to try.
If you have the opportunity, just do it.
There’s a lot to learn, and a lot that can be learned, and there’s a long road ahead.
Be a good teammate and a good leader.