Thursday, November 12, 2015

Butterfly Boy


Maybe some believe that this should not be part of a post, but I certainly do not agree with that.
This is a story that you have ever heard or not, but either way, you'll never not come to mind, or at least left a deep impression on you.
This story is to me at the same time sad, I cried a lot, and made immensely happy when I see how we as humans affect one's happiness.


MOST teenage boys love to run around and play – but ‘Butterfly Boy’ Jonathan’s skin is so delicate it falls away at the slightest knock.
 Fourteen year-old Jonathan Pitre, from Russell, Canada, lives in constant pain as 90% of his skin blisters and peels from his body - making it look as if he has third degree burns.
 The excruciating pain is so bad he has constant headaches and nausea, and often spends nights awake in agony. 
Helpless mum Tina Boileau, 35, has to watch her son writhe in pain as she wraps him from head to toe in bandages to ensure he doesn’t get infections.



38 comments:

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  5. This is a moving story..I cant even start to imagine the pain explained here...I hope one day there can be a solution to that kind of a condition.

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  8. I feel so sorry for Jonathan. It must be awful to live like that. I hope someone will find a cure one day.

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  13. I'm a doctor and I know this story... I really appreciate your post dear!

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