Saturday, 18 Jan 2020

Looks Like a Perfect Family On Social Media, But Who Knew This Is the Sad Facts About the Family


The family of Mrs. HanrahanThe family of Mrs. Hanrahan

Stephanie Hanrahan is known for her perfect photo social media feed where she is often seen smiling with her husband, Shawn, and their two adorable children, Campbell and Eli.

But the mother, from Texas, recently revealed the truth behind her photos after reading countless comments from followers about the perfect family.

Who would have thought, it turns out that behind her smile, her hair that was styled and her beautiful clothes, she was a woman who experienced many difficulties, including supporting her husband who was very unhealthy.

"She is a former athlete in his early thirties, and one day if you look at a picture of her, you will not expect how she has a experience so many sad events.

In 2016, six weeks after she gave birth to her son Eli, Stephanie found her husband, Shawn, 34, unresponsive on their bedroom floor. Her heart has stopped.

She was diagnosed with a rare heart condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Where the muscles in the heart thicken, so they cannot pump blood effectively throughout the body.

The family lived in very difficult conditions while they were waiting for a heart transplant, but the heart transplant will only last 15-20 years.

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Even more sad fact about them is that the condition is genetic. So, our little daughter and son have a 50 percent chance of having it (heart disease) too, 'Stephanie said.

It looks as if it's impossible if we look at their photos.

Their daughter, Campbell, five years old, can read at the fourth grade level - far beyond her age.

She can speak in full sentences at the age of thirteen months and can remember any statistics, shows, books and random conversations you have ever had with her .

But Campbell is suffering from autism, something that can't be seen in photos.






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