The Girl With Brittle Bones http://prb.st/XGRrs2
All I have is the preview, but they should be posting the entire show in the next few days.
Today on the Jeff Probst show, Jeff talks with the amazing Dede Selivon, an inspiring 21-year-old woman who doesn't let her rare bone disorder stop her from living a happy, full life. Dede has osteogenesis imperfecta, a condition that makes her bones extremely fragile. She estimates she breaks a bone almost once a month, often times by doing things as common as sneezing or shaking someone's hand. She has had this condition since conception. The ultra sound showed a body with out legs or arms. It was because of bones that were already broken. Dede shares the optimism that has helped her surpass milestones her doctors predicted were unreachable. Then, Dede's boyfriend, Peter, joins the conversation, and gives her the surprise of her life when he gets down on one knee! That's not the only surprise though: Jeff presents Dede and Peter with some amazing life-changing gifts. They caught up with Dede and Peter after the show, and the happy couple shared what they were feeling. One thing's certain: their love for one another is enormous, and it's real!
If Dede can face life joyfully, what kind of excuse can we come up with for our complaints. This is a must see when they post the whole episode. Right now they just have the preview and a follow up.
I am certainlly humbled by her bravery, the joy she shares about life.