When Your Heart Is Broken: A Heartbroken Kid’s Story
Posted March 10, 2018 11:31:47 A little girl named Beryl had a big heart.
It was the size of a baseball and she had it repaired.
But when her heart broke, it shattered her lungs.
Now, she lives in the same house she grew up in, which was filled with tears.
She wants to help others who have lost their hearts.
“The biggest thing for me is, I don’t want to hurt anyone else,” she said.
“I want to make a difference.”
She started her story about 10 years ago.
In 2016, Beryl was diagnosed with a rare type of heart defect.
The condition is similar to a congenital heart defect but it is often less severe.
“When I was diagnosed, I felt like I had lost a piece of my heart, and I wanted to do something to help people,” she explained.
“And I just thought it would be really cool if people could go through this.”
She wanted to help someone else.
So she started her own charity called The Heartbeat Project.
Her organization is called “The Beryl Project” and it works to help children and adults with congenital hearts.
They are at the forefront of a new generation of heart surgeries, which include heart transplants and heart valve replacement.
In some cases, the patient can live for up to 40 years.
It is an extremely rare surgery.
“This is the first time in my life that I am able to go into a situation where I can give something back to the world,” Beryl said.
She started The Beryl Fund to help those with congenitally heart-defect-related diseases and surgeries.
She hopes people who are diagnosed with the condition can learn from her experience and help others in the future.
“We want to give people the opportunity to be hopeful and to be able to move forward and be happy and happy,” she added.
“If I’m able to help somebody in their life, I want that to be the best thing for them.”
The foundation is also launching a program to help patients who have congenital defects get an appointment with a cardiologist and receive a transplant.
The organization plans to help as many people as possible.
“It’s just something that is going to really change the life of somebody,” she told Mashable.
“People have a choice.
They can choose to stay in their own little world or they can go into the next world.
They just have to make the decision that they want to go to the next place.
I think it’s very important to be open and be honest.”
Beryl wants to use her foundation to help other people with congeniton heart disease, which can happen to anyone.
“My heart is still beating, but it’s not as good as it used to be,” she noted.
“So we have to get better and make sure that we don’t have more congenital congenital disease and we make sure we keep them healthy.”
Bessie is the founder of the Beryl Heart Foundation and a volunteer for The Heartbeats Project.
She is the youngest of the group of eight.
Bessy is now a mother of three, and her son, Will, is seven.
She has a passion for raising awareness about congenital health conditions and wants to make an impact in the community.
“One of the things I would like to do is just help other kids who have been through this and help other families, and just give back to society as a whole,” she continued.
Beryl is currently raising funds for the Heartbeaters Project to provide free heart surgeries to children and people with disabilities. “
You can’t give everything away to someone else,” Bessies said.
Beryl is currently raising funds for the Heartbeaters Project to provide free heart surgeries to children and people with disabilities.
Her family is hoping that her philanthropy can help them.
“All we want is for them to be successful in their career,” she recalled.
“But it is not enough to just help them through their surgeries, we also want them to learn and be able do something in their lives.
We want them not just to be here, but to be active and be active in society and make a change for the better.”