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I know telling everyone about my stroke is extremely important, but sometimes it makes me uncomfortable. And you know if I'm uncomfortable because I either turn my head and do something else or make funny faces. Shynessor humor, that's what you get.

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  1. I love the fact that even through your shyness you still have this boldness about you and haven't let what happened to you make you bitter. I think it's beautiful you telling ya story and bringing awareness to the situation. You are in awesome person in my opinion and I have faith in you.

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