No one wants to suffer from a bad illness, and the same goes for the 31-year-old Kelvin. Kelvin has suffered from 3 maladies since he was 3 years old, which made him weak and short in height. After suffering from cerebellar atrophy, it is more difficult to walk. He needs to use two trekking poles to support him every day. Although he actively faces the disease and leads a wonderful life, he admits that there is always a low ebb in his life, he has also been bullied and discriminated against, and even cannot find a job because of his illness.
Kelvin was born with an upward slanting ear canal, which caused problems with the radio and required hearing aids. Since the age of 3, he has successively suffered from three extremely troublesome diseases: histiocytosis, pituitary occlusion and cerebellar atrophy. The occlusion of the pituitary gland made him "not tall," and he maintained his height at about 5 feet 1 inch. Later, he suffered from cerebellar atrophy and severely affected his daily life. His legs were often weak and weak, muscle coordination was difficult, and he was inconvenient to move.
There is always a low ebb in life, as long as you continue to walk silently step by step, you will be able to live out hope