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My name is Scott Thorson. I was born in Chicago, Illinois to a loving mother and father; our family grew with the addition of my brother Robert and my adopted sister, Tina. I had a caring family but I often felt misplaced because my dad was closer to my baby brother and never really showed me much affection.
Sue and I exploded with tears as we spilled out the prognosis. Dad listened as reality registered on his face. There was no room for denial, no false hopes or wishful thinking. The three of us were experienced and knew too well what to expect.
I gave my life to the Lord Jesus Christ in my childhood. I was diagnosed with a childhood disease that the doctors said would interfere with my ever being a mother. Unmoved as a young teen because I was focused on living life to the fullest, I disregarded the dismal report until years later. It was when I married my husband, Tony McWilliams, twenty nine years later that I came face to face once again with the same looming report. We wanted children but the medical profession declared it impossible because of the childhood disease I had.
A young mum severely burnt by a kerosene explosion at the age of two says she was left feeling suicidal until she found love. Solara Jaafar, 21, says she has even learned to now see her scars as beautiful after suffering abuse from cruel bullies.