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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @thedewdiary 
New blog post:
My close friends started to see me as this strong warrior where inside I was falling apart. The world as I knew it had changed. I mean everything was exactly the same, but just the thoughn t that my future was snatched away from me without a single heads up.....
At the age of 17, I could still rest in the safe comfort of my parents doing all the worrying and researching and finding out my available treatment options. It was through my experience, I realised how blessed I was. My dad found favour with his bosses who pulled strings to get me immediate medical attention overseas. Even in those moments of silent tears, heart wrenching sobs and shouting into my pillow or wadded up towel "WHY GOD??? WHY ME??? WHY NOW???" Click link in bio to read entire post
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@thedewdiary New blog post: My close friends started to see me as this strong warrior where inside I was falling apart. The world as I knew it had changed. I mean everything was exactly the same, but just the thoughn t that my future was snatched away from me without a single heads up..... At the age of 17, I could still rest in the safe comfort of my parents doing all the worrying and researching and finding out my available treatment options. It was through my experience, I realised how blessed I was. My dad found favour with his bosses who pulled strings to get me immediate medical attention overseas. Even in those moments of silent tears, heart wrenching sobs and shouting into my pillow or wadded up towel "WHY GOD??? WHY ME??? WHY NOW???" Click link in bio to read entire post WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @dr_onuryenigun 
As I head into my last week of ICU, I think it's important to take a moment to reflect. I came in a bit nervous, uncertain of my abilities, but confident that with hard work and an open mind I would conquer this as well. It's ok, actually it's more than OK to head into a new situation with just a bit of hesitation and anxiety. It heightens the senses, making you a bit more cautious and less likely to make errors. Plus, it's motivation to pay attention and absorb knowledge throughout the day. Those that come in overconfident with a monumental ego often act with abandon, increasing the risk of harm to both the patient and themselves. Furthermore, those that consider themselves all-knowing are less open to learning and ultimately get less out of the rotation. It's important to be comfortable and confident in the knowledge you already have, but it's equally important to respect the fact that you don't know it all, and that you see every experience as an opportunity for improvement.
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@dr_onuryenigun As I head into my last week of ICU, I think it's important to take a moment to reflect. I came in a bit nervous, uncertain of my abilities, but confident that with hard work and an open mind I would conquer this as well. It's ok, actually it's more than OK to head into a new situation with just a bit of hesitation and anxiety. It heightens the senses, making you a bit more cautious and less likely to make errors. Plus, it's motivation to pay attention and absorb knowledge throughout the day. Those that come in overconfident with a monumental ego often act with abandon, increasing the risk of harm to both the patient and themselves. Furthermore, those that consider themselves all-knowing are less open to learning and ultimately get less out of the rotation. It's important to be comfortable and confident in the knowledge you already have, but it's equally important to respect the fact that you don't know it all, and that you see every experience as an opportunity for improvement. WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @happyhealthy_anisa 
For the new friends! ♦️Before Herbalife came into my life 4 years ago, I was rebuilding my life. I had just gotten released from prison for drug charges, gotten married to a man who loved me despite my flaws and seemed to really be getting my life together. But honestly on the inside I was a wreck. I had always been thin and comfortable in my skin. Getting sober though caused me to pack on 65 lbs very fast. There were honestly times that I regretted being clean because I felt getting fat was all I was getting for it. Awful mindset. Insert Herbalife and I was able to not only find a community that welcomed me and supported me in my journey to sobriety but I was able to take off 45 of 65 lbs I had put on. Unfortunately though 2 years in I let complacency take hold and quit working on myself and my health. My weight came back and then some. The cool thing about this program and community though, is that it's for life. Starting over is OK! The support is there to welcome you back with open arms. Since recommitting myself to my nutrition plan and rebuilding myself, along with my business, I have lost 13 lbs and tons of inches. I feel amazing and absolutely love how Herbalife has remained a constant in my life, even when I had given up.♦️#journey #weightloss #mystory #getfit #queen
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@happyhealthy_anisa For the new friends! ♦️Before Herbalife came into my life 4 years ago, I was rebuilding my life. I had just gotten released from prison for drug charges, gotten married to a man who loved me despite my flaws and seemed to really be getting my life together. But honestly on the inside I was a wreck. I had always been thin and comfortable in my skin. Getting sober though caused me to pack on 65 lbs very fast. There were honestly times that I regretted being clean because I felt getting fat was all I was getting for it. Awful mindset. Insert Herbalife and I was able to not only find a community that welcomed me and supported me in my journey to sobriety but I was able to take off 45 of 65 lbs I had put on. Unfortunately though 2 years in I let complacency take hold and quit working on myself and my health. My weight came back and then some. The cool thing about this program and community though, is that it's for life. Starting over is OK! The support is there to welcome you back with open arms. Since recommitting myself to my nutrition plan and rebuilding myself, along with my business, I have lost 13 lbs and tons of inches. I feel amazing and absolutely love how Herbalife has remained a constant in my life, even when I had given up.♦️ #journey #weightloss #mystory #getfit #queen WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @carolsankar 
That was me at a time when I was in my own way. 
I allowed the WRONG people to have direct access to me.
I was in my safety zone. I had a significant amount of rental properties, but everyday felt like groundhog day - you get up, check on the properties, fix what needs to be fixed, put out the same fires each day, sleep and repeat. No challenge!

I was trying to accept average. 
I was giving away my time for free to people who I knew were taking advantage of my generosity. I would find ways to settle for safe by talking myself out of risk.

In October 2013, everything changed. ▪ I changed my mind
▪ I changed my inner circle
▪ I changed my address ▪ I invested in my decisions
▪ I took bigger risks
▪ I bought my first commercial property
▪ I started writing the Confidence Factor for Women ▪ I started aligning myself with proven leaders
▪ I charged what I am worth
▪ I established boundaries

And I made the shift

Before every change comes a decision. If you decide to remain miserable, at least you have made a decision. But why decide not to live your best life NOW?
Success starts with a decision. 
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@carolsankar That was me at a time when I was in my own way. I allowed the WRONG people to have direct access to me. I was in my safety zone. I had a significant amount of rental properties, but everyday felt like groundhog day - you get up, check on the properties, fix what needs to be fixed, put out the same fires each day, sleep and repeat. No challenge! I was trying to accept average. I was giving away my time for free to people who I knew were taking advantage of my generosity. I would find ways to settle for safe by talking myself out of risk. In October 2013, everything changed. ▪ I changed my mind ▪ I changed my inner circle ▪ I changed my address ▪ I invested in my decisions ▪ I took bigger risks ▪ I bought my first commercial property ▪ I started writing the Confidence Factor for Women ▪ I started aligning myself with proven leaders ▪ I charged what I am worth ▪ I established boundaries And I made the shift Before every change comes a decision. If you decide to remain miserable, at least you have made a decision. But why decide not to live your best life NOW? Success starts with a decision. WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - This kid right here is my brother Mohammed, he may look like a young child but he actually is 14. He was born with a sickness that no doctor could diagnose. My younger brother can't talk, walk, hear, or eat. He is fed formula milk through a tube in his stomach. Its sad that I can't be teaching him things in life that an older brother should do but I am happy! The smile on his face brings the world happiness! So while some of you reading this are mad that life isn't how you pictured it, picture him. He doesn't need designer clothes, the newest cars or the mansion everyone wishes for. HE IS HAPPY WITH LIFE. Its that simple guys, do NOT forget you are on this earth for a reason. We all have our journey just make sure your are humble, righteous, and most importantly, HAPPY! #blessed🙏
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

This kid right here is my brother Mohammed, he may look like a young child but he actually is 14. He was born with a sickness that no doctor could diagnose. My younger brother can't talk, walk, hear, or eat. He is fed formula milk through a tube in his stomach. Its sad that I can't be teaching him things in life that an older brother should do but I am happy! The smile on his face brings the world happiness! So while some of you reading this are mad that life isn't how you pictured it, picture him. He doesn't need designer clothes, the newest cars or the mansion everyone wishes for. HE IS HAPPY WITH LIFE. Its that simple guys, do NOT forget you are on this earth for a reason. We all have our journey just make sure your are humble, righteous, and most importantly, HAPPY! #blessed🙏 WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @princessninaa_ 
After 3 years of self harm, today I am one year free 💓 and I got this tattoo to remind me of the girl I bloomed into and that she's here to stay🌸 this is a very personal post but I decided to share it because I want everyone to know that YOU ARE ENTITLED TO YOUR OWN HAPPINESS, IF YOU WANT IT GO GET IT , IT IS THERE WAITING FOR YOU !! Yes it is a long exhausting journey but it's worth it 💛
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@princessninaa_ After 3 years of self harm, today I am one year free 💓 and I got this tattoo to remind me of the girl I bloomed into and that she's here to stay🌸 this is a very personal post but I decided to share it because I want everyone to know that YOU ARE ENTITLED TO YOUR OWN HAPPINESS, IF YOU WANT IT GO GET IT , IT IS THERE WAITING FOR YOU !! Yes it is a long exhausting journey but it's worth it 💛 WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @fuquuan23 
I'm truly blessed to celebrate my 26th birthday. Wow I was just in high school last week & in college 2 days ago lol. I am Thankful to everyone who played a part in making me the man I am today. From elementary school to college all my coaches more like life mentors couldn't have prepared me any better for whatever came my way. Thank you all for Openingd00rs for me, my mission is to do the same 🎈26 🚪
"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@fuquuan23 I'm truly blessed to celebrate my 26th birthday. Wow I was just in high school last week & in college 2 days ago lol. I am Thankful to everyone who played a part in making me the man I am today. From elementary school to college all my coaches more like life mentors couldn't have prepared me any better for whatever came my way. Thank you all for Openingd00rs for me, my mission is to do the same 🎈26 🚪 "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @flluske.bubble • The flluskë story •
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flluskë earrings are designed and hand crafted by me, Courtney, from Warragul, Victoria.
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I use paint, pastels and ink to create beautiful, vibrantly coloured earrings that are unique and fun to wear. 💜Flluskë earrings are particularly personal to me as I have a moderate to severe sensorineural hearing loss, which I have had since birth. 👂
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I initially created them to help me accept my hearing loss and celebrate my ears as a thing of beauty. I wanted to feel positively about my differences and to change the way I felt about my disability.
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When I wear flluskë earrings, the colours make me feel happy and I experience real joy in wearing them. 
They boost my mood and make me feel confident! 
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The smiles they brought to the faces of my friends and family after I gave the earrings as gifts inspired me to make them available to everyone to wear. I love hearing feedback from my wonderful customers on how wearing flluskë earrings has a positive impact on the way they feel.
It makes me love my business that much more! 😊
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#saturdayselfie #mybusiness #mystory
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WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@flluske.bubble • The flluskë story • _ flluskë earrings are designed and hand crafted by me, Courtney, from Warragul, Victoria. _ I use paint, pastels and ink to create beautiful, vibrantly coloured earrings that are unique and fun to wear. 💜Flluskë earrings are particularly personal to me as I have a moderate to severe sensorineural hearing loss, which I have had since birth. 👂 _ I initially created them to help me accept my hearing loss and celebrate my ears as a thing of beauty. I wanted to feel positively about my differences and to change the way I felt about my disability. _ When I wear flluskë earrings, the colours make me feel happy and I experience real joy in wearing them. They boost my mood and make me feel confident! _ The smiles they brought to the faces of my friends and family after I gave the earrings as gifts inspired me to make them available to everyone to wear. I love hearing feedback from my wonderful customers on how wearing flluskë earrings has a positive impact on the way they feel. It makes me love my business that much more! 😊 _ #saturdayselfie #mybusiness #mystory •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @adventuresafteryou75 <REAL POST ALERT>
I love seeing quotes and feeling inspired, seeing another women crushing goals, yes, that all motivates me to be a better person. What people don't talk about as much is what it took to get there, what they are sacrificing, or their deepest darkest feelings about it. You just see their highlight reel. 
I opened this Instagram account 1 month after my husband died. I didn't care if I had 2 followers or 2000. I never really go on my account, I simply upload and walk away. 
When James died it was right in front of me. I literally watched him take his last breathe without realizing it was his last breath. I was numb as hell for months. 
It was not until over the past few months that I finally un numb. I finally realized what happened and what my future actually was about to look like. I realized that this huge 6 foot 6 man was no longer behind me when a man grabbed me at a bar. 
It's been over 6 months though, why the heck would I go backwards.
I began traveling and doing whatever I could to get my mind off of it. Trauma is a terrible thing, and something I did not realize was on it's way. I knew that the journey of grief was going to be a long road full of ups and downs, but this was a completely  new emotion. 
I never wanted to be angry during this process, but that's exactly what I was. I'm a good person and guess what, James was an even better person. Are you freakin kidding me that I have to go through this? 
I receive messages ALL THE TIME from women that are going though this. Along with a few AMAZING people in my life that knew what a shit storm my brain was suddenly having, these women made me realize that not being okay is perfectly okay. (FYI I LOVE getting messages, I don't always reply, but I read every single one)
For anyone going through grief, loss, or anything in between, it's okay to feel like crap. There's no guideline for losing your best friend. Find what makes you happy and don't stop doing that. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@adventuresafteryou75 I love seeing quotes and feeling inspired, seeing another women crushing goals, yes, that all motivates me to be a better person. What people don't talk about as much is what it took to get there, what they are sacrificing, or their deepest darkest feelings about it. You just see their highlight reel.  I opened this Instagram account 1 month after my husband died. I didn't care if I had 2 followers or 2000. I never really go on my account, I simply upload and walk away.  When James died it was right in front of me. I literally watched him take his last breathe without realizing it was his last breath. I was numb as hell for months.  It was not until over the past few months that I finally un numb. I finally realized what happened and what my future actually was about to look like. I realized that this huge 6 foot 6 man was no longer behind me when a man grabbed me at a bar.  It's been over 6 months though, why the heck would I go backwards. I began traveling and doing whatever I could to get my mind off of it. Trauma is a terrible thing, and something I did not realize was on it's way. I knew that the journey of grief was going to be a long road full of ups and downs, but this was a completely  new emotion.  I never wanted to be angry during this process, but that's exactly what I was. I'm a good person and guess what, James was an even better person. Are you freakin kidding me that I have to go through this? I receive messages ALL THE TIME from women that are going though this. Along with a few AMAZING people in my life that knew what a shit storm my brain was suddenly having, these women made me realize that not being okay is perfectly okay. (FYI I LOVE getting messages, I don't always reply, but I read every single one) For anyone going through grief, loss, or anything in between, it's okay to feel like crap. There's no guideline for losing your best friend. Find what makes you happy and don't stop doing that. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @ntsay
"Life is truly an adventure. I (@ntsay) love challenging myself and trying new things. As much as I hate being in a wheelchair, I do have to say I have tried and experienced a lot more activities than I think I would have done if I hadn't had my injury. I did a lot of activities prior to my injury, but have had the chance to try them and re-learn them with my disability. It's been so fun and such a challenge at times.
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You have to learn to accept the way your life is and the plan God has for you. You may not see it right away or you may lose sight of it at times, but as long as you are still alive, you always have a purpose. This doesn’t mean losing hope that you may walk again or something like that, but don’t let that get in the way of living your life now. Be present as much as you can each day and try new things as much as possible.
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I don’t think you will ever stop having bad days/weeks, but that is life in general. It’s not just because of your SCI that you’re having a bad day. I have always said my SCI and being in a wheelchair has been like being a baby all over again; learning all the things you used to do just in a different way. It could be an adventure if you allow yourself to think that way! Allow yourself to be happy no matter your circumstance. Sometimes that’s hard, but it can be done and you can do it!"
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"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@ntsay "Life is truly an adventure. I (@ntsay) love challenging myself and trying new things. As much as I hate being in a wheelchair, I do have to say I have tried and experienced a lot more activities than I think I would have done if I hadn't had my injury. I did a lot of activities prior to my injury, but have had the chance to try them and re-learn them with my disability. It's been so fun and such a challenge at times. ______________ You have to learn to accept the way your life is and the plan God has for you. You may not see it right away or you may lose sight of it at times, but as long as you are still alive, you always have a purpose. This doesn’t mean losing hope that you may walk again or something like that, but don’t let that get in the way of living your life now. Be present as much as you can each day and try new things as much as possible. ______________ I don’t think you will ever stop having bad days/weeks, but that is life in general. It’s not just because of your SCI that you’re having a bad day. I have always said my SCI and being in a wheelchair has been like being a baby all over again; learning all the things you used to do just in a different way. It could be an adventure if you allow yourself to think that way! Allow yourself to be happy no matter your circumstance. Sometimes that’s hard, but it can be done and you can do it!" Credit to @yoocandoanything •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @theyloveciti 
One year ago today my life changed forever. 3 fractures, 3 dislocations, 30 days in the hospital rehab, 2 surgeries, some screws & a metal plate. I'm still standing. This is proof that all you need to do is believe in yourself, trust God & keep going! 🛴💨💨 - 🍍
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"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@theyloveciti One year ago today my life changed forever. 3 fractures, 3 dislocations, 30 days in the hospital rehab, 2 surgeries, some screws & a metal plate. I'm still standing. This is proof that all you need to do is believe in yourself, trust God & keep going! 🛴💨💨 - 🍍 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @glammedwithmel 
Yes yes indeed my spine looks like the picture above! Yes it still hurts & looks scary and terrible trust I know I would try to hide my scar & put makeup on it etc.. now those of you that don't know me are probably wondering "whats wrong?" "omg how?" "Whats scoliosis?" Well when i was about 15 yrs old i had been diagnosed with Scoliosis. (Quick definition; its an abnormal curvature of the spine) Ive had countless appointments, sleepless nights you name it i went through it! After highschool I finally got my Spinal Fusion surgery July25,2012. That day was the worst but most life changing day ever. Seriously changed my point of view of things!!! I only write this message because after looking at other stories and situations of other patients who have scoliosis are dealing with similar problems not being comfortable with themselves before and after surgery, I wish to tell them all and anyone in general to always feel good about themselves. I myself am still not happy with certain things about myself but PEOPLE It has taught me "TO BE COMFORTABLE IN MY SKIN NO MATTER MY FLAWS". Thank god for my parents, Family and friends i had helping me during those times and still till this day. Love you guys so much & thanks for making me feel great and comforting me during the times i needed it most!! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@glammedwithmel Yes yes indeed my spine looks like the picture above! Yes it still hurts & looks scary and terrible trust I know I would try to hide my scar & put makeup on it etc.. now those of you that don't know me are probably wondering "whats wrong?" "omg how?" "Whats scoliosis?" Well when i was about 15 yrs old i had been diagnosed with Scoliosis. (Quick definition; its an abnormal curvature of the spine) Ive had countless appointments, sleepless nights you name it i went through it! After highschool I finally got my Spinal Fusion surgery July25,2012. That day was the worst but most life changing day ever. Seriously changed my point of view of things!!! I only write this message because after looking at other stories and situations of other patients who have scoliosis are dealing with similar problems not being comfortable with themselves before and after surgery, I wish to tell them all and anyone in general to always feel good about themselves. I myself am still not happy with certain things about myself but PEOPLE It has taught me "TO BE COMFORTABLE IN MY SKIN NO MATTER MY FLAWS". Thank god for my parents, Family and friends i had helping me during those times and still till this day. Love you guys so much & thanks for making me feel great and comforting me during the times i needed it most!! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @these_dumb_lumps 
Lumpectomy round 2.

Just like the first Lumpectomy I went to sunshine hospital first up to get a hook wire put in. Since we missed the dumb lump the first time round, doctors weren't taking any chances so we also took a mammogram to make sure the wire was in the right place. Mind you... It's not a fun experience to have your boobs squished with a wire inside... At least the local anaesthetic made it somewhat ok. After all this, the needles still freak me out.. Don't think i will ever get used to them. 
Once we confirmed that everything looked good, it was then off to Williamstown hospital for the long awaited surgery! I checked in, went to sleep and then 3hrs later woke up in recover feeling groggy as hell.

When i finally came to i wanted to check out the incision. To my surprise my lovely surgeon had done me a favour and cut along the original scar. Not sure how that will heal but at least it's one less scar i have to look at 🤗. I really hope they got it all out this time and we can plan the next steps in this journey..
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@these_dumb_lumps Lumpectomy round 2. Just like the first Lumpectomy I went to sunshine hospital first up to get a hook wire put in. Since we missed the dumb lump the first time round, doctors weren't taking any chances so we also took a mammogram to make sure the wire was in the right place. Mind you... It's not a fun experience to have your boobs squished with a wire inside... At least the local anaesthetic made it somewhat ok. After all this, the needles still freak me out.. Don't think i will ever get used to them. Once we confirmed that everything looked good, it was then off to Williamstown hospital for the long awaited surgery! I checked in, went to sleep and then 3hrs later woke up in recover feeling groggy as hell. When i finally came to i wanted to check out the incision. To my surprise my lovely surgeon had done me a favour and cut along the original scar. Not sure how that will heal but at least it's one less scar i have to look at 🤗. I really hope they got it all out this time and we can plan the next steps in this journey.. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @alyssa_.maee
Back to July of 2012, I was twelve years old. I had a lot of friends and everyday of the summer, my sister and i would be outside hanging out. My friends always came to my home but on this particular day me and my sister went to a friend house and the most unexpected thing happened riding my bike home, looking both ways I still missed a mini van at a small four way. I was struck by the van and as I laid on the hot pavement, seizing. Still to this day I remember nothing till a couple days after being at the hospital. Road rash and blisters down My right leg and back. I lost all memory and had to start over. Took me nine days to recover and get to go home. I had two web tearings in my brian webbing. Five years later, I can function as a normal human with no lifetime damages. I am thankful to be blessed with a second chance to life ❤.
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@alyssa_.maee Back to July of 2012, I was twelve years old. I had a lot of friends and everyday of the summer, my sister and i would be outside hanging out. My friends always came to my home but on this particular day me and my sister went to a friend house and the most unexpected thing happened riding my bike home, looking both ways I still missed a mini van at a small four way. I was struck by the van and as I laid on the hot pavement, seizing. Still to this day I remember nothing till a couple days after being at the hospital. Road rash and blisters down My right leg and back. I lost all memory and had to start over. Took me nine days to recover and get to go home. I had two web tearings in my brian webbing. Five years later, I can function as a normal human with no lifetime damages. I am thankful to be blessed with a second chance to life ❤. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @holcockerill 
Before accutane ➡️ after accutane ➡️ post accutane 
I've been getting a lot of questions from my last post about my skin. So here's a little but more info😊 So the first pic is before I took 'accutane' the second pic is after I came off a 6 month course of accutane (January 2017) and the 3rd pic is my skin right now. I still get a lot of break outs but some is scarring, I never got scarring last time so im hoping they fade. I'm still awaiting to go on a second course of accutane but you guys know how busy dermotologists are😐 My skin isn't and never has been perfect (except from the second picture I mean cmon look at it)😩 so yeah here's before, after and 6 months after taking ACCUTANE. It's honestly a miracle pill, but please be careful with the dosage as it is also a very strong pill (but your dermo will let you know how much to take). So anyone out there suffering with a skin condition, remember there is a light at the end of every tunnel and spots don't last forever!! Keep the faith🙏🏽 even though I know it's hard to when your going through it☹️ we are all beautiful in our own way❤️ #accutane #acne #skin #spots #skinproblems #transformation #mystory
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"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@holcockerill Before accutane ➡️ after accutane ➡️ post accutane I've been getting a lot of questions from my last post about my skin. So here's a little but more info😊 So the first pic is before I took 'accutane' the second pic is after I came off a 6 month course of accutane (January 2017) and the 3rd pic is my skin right now. I still get a lot of break outs but some is scarring, I never got scarring last time so im hoping they fade. I'm still awaiting to go on a second course of accutane but you guys know how busy dermotologists are😐 My skin isn't and never has been perfect (except from the second picture I mean cmon look at it)😩 so yeah here's before, after and 6 months after taking ACCUTANE. It's honestly a miracle pill, but please be careful with the dosage as it is also a very strong pill (but your dermo will let you know how much to take). So anyone out there suffering with a skin condition, remember there is a light at the end of every tunnel and spots don't last forever!! Keep the faith🙏🏽 even though I know it's hard to when your going through it☹️ we are all beautiful in our own way❤️ #accutane #acne #skin #spots #skinproblems #transformation #mystory •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @stills0brooklyn 
So much has changed in a year. Places I've seen, people I've met, things I've learned. When God took away my shoulder my dreams shattered. WNBA/Euroleague dreams out the window. I was so close, and the comeback was possible but my soul was tired! All the years I worked to get where I was, all the people I had proved wrong from being a benchwarmer in college. I was back at 0 and in that journey and test he gave me something bigger. A chance to work with the greatest league in the world. A chance to grow in ways I never thought possible! Basketball has been Gods gift to me, what I do with it will be my gift back. I hope that there's some girl overseas watching now who understands that there can be #MoreThanBasketball. I don't mind being the first in my position, so long as I'm not the last. #womeninsports #watchmework #underdogstory #illStillPunchYourShotThough
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"WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

@stills0brooklyn So much has changed in a year. Places I've seen, people I've met, things I've learned. When God took away my shoulder my dreams shattered. WNBA/Euroleague dreams out the window. I was so close, and the comeback was possible but my soul was tired! All the years I worked to get where I was, all the people I had proved wrong from being a benchwarmer in college. I was back at 0 and in that journey and test he gave me something bigger. A chance to work with the greatest league in the world. A chance to grow in ways I never thought possible! Basketball has been Gods gift to me, what I do with it will be my gift back. I hope that there's some girl overseas watching now who understands that there can be #MoreThanBasketball. I don't mind being the first in my position, so long as I'm not the last. #womeninsports #watchmework #underdogstory #illStillPunchYourShotThough •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY" 🚪🚪

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openingd00rscommunity's Instagram Photo - Continuing @openingd00rs @15belal , understand that your actions are directing you through your journey. 🙏🏾📚🏀🚪

Continuing @openingd00rs @15belal , understand that your actions are directing you through your journey. 🙏🏾📚🏀🚪

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - @newjackinfamy 
After paying my respects today at the 9/11 memorial I found myself revisiting a memory that I always think about on this day.. I've posted this story several years in a row now, but it's one that is very close to my heart personally, and one of an encounter that had a truly profound impact on my life, then and now...
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On this day I'm reminded of one of the most vivid memories of my childhood. Many years ago, when I was still in elementary school I remember something to the extent of a "show and tell" type of day. One of my classmates brought something other than a football, a new toy or baseball card. She brought her father. To me the man dressed all in blue seemed like a giant. His hands must have been the size of catchers mitts. By the way he was dressed I already knew what he was and what his profession was. I remember sitting there eyes glued to this man, hanging on every word that left his mouth, excitement coursing through me as if Santa Clause himself was standing at the front of the room. The man dressed all in blue spoke to us about what it was that he did for work. Now many years later I'm sure this was done ever so "delicately" to say the least. He showed us the tools of his trade and explained their uses. I'm sure that I asked more than my fair share of questions but he took the time to answer every single one.
 After that day I would never have the opportunity to speak to that man again, thank him for the time he shared or even begin to try and explain the immense impact that he had made in influencing my life's choices and eventually my chosen profession. 
The man dressed in blue was Sgt. John Coughlin of the NYPDs Emergency Services Truck 4. A few years after coming to visit a class of 5th graders Sgt Coughlin was killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 while attempting to rescue the victims trapped in the World Trade Center. He along with hundreds of others, including members of the FDNY, NYPD and PAPD gave the ultimate sacrifice in order to try and help others. True heroes. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
"WE ALL HAVE A STORY🚪🚪

@newjackinfamy After paying my respects today at the 9/11 memorial I found myself revisiting a memory that I always think about on this day.. I've posted this story several years in a row now, but it's one that is very close to my heart personally, and one of an encounter that had a truly profound impact on my life, then and now... • On this day I'm reminded of one of the most vivid memories of my childhood. Many years ago, when I was still in elementary school I remember something to the extent of a "show and tell" type of day. One of my classmates brought something other than a football, a new toy or baseball card. She brought her father. To me the man dressed all in blue seemed like a giant. His hands must have been the size of catchers mitts. By the way he was dressed I already knew what he was and what his profession was. I remember sitting there eyes glued to this man, hanging on every word that left his mouth, excitement coursing through me as if Santa Clause himself was standing at the front of the room. The man dressed all in blue spoke to us about what it was that he did for work. Now many years later I'm sure this was done ever so "delicately" to say the least. He showed us the tools of his trade and explained their uses. I'm sure that I asked more than my fair share of questions but he took the time to answer every single one. After that day I would never have the opportunity to speak to that man again, thank him for the time he shared or even begin to try and explain the immense impact that he had made in influencing my life's choices and eventually my chosen profession. The man dressed in blue was Sgt. John Coughlin of the NYPDs Emergency Services Truck 4. A few years after coming to visit a class of 5th graders Sgt Coughlin was killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 while attempting to rescue the victims trapped in the World Trade Center. He along with hundreds of others, including members of the FDNY, NYPD and PAPD gave the ultimate sacrifice in order to try and help others. True heroes. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• "WE ALL HAVE A STORY🚪🚪

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insta_menclub's Instagram Photo - Sending prayers to everyone affected by "Hurricane Irma" 🙏🏾🙏🏾 🚪(Flooded by 20" of rain more to come)
#openingdoors #openingdoorsforyou #Miami #prayers #prayer #harricaneirma #harricane #safereturn #story #Florida #Irma

Sending prayers to everyone affected by "Hurricane Irma" 🙏🏾🙏🏾 🚪(Flooded by 20" of rain more to come) #openingdoors #openingdoorsforyou #miami #prayers #prayer #harricaneirma #harricane #safereturn #story #florida #irma

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openingd00rs's Instagram Photo - Sending prayers to everyone affected by "Hurricane Irma" 🙏🏾🙏🏾 🚪(Flooded by 20" of rain more to come)
#openingdoors #openingdoorsforyou #Miami #prayers #prayer #harricaneirma #harricane #safereturn #story #Florida #Irma

Sending prayers to everyone affected by "Hurricane Irma" 🙏🏾🙏🏾 🚪(Flooded by 20" of rain more to come) #openingdoors #openingdoorsforyou #miami #prayers #prayer #harricaneirma #harricane #safereturn #story #florida #irma

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