A 7 year old’s fight for life inspires people all across the country. In this interview, Carey talks to Melissa Mazzella DeLaney a successful political operative, about finding new focus and meaning in life after her daughter, Anna, came down with a mysterious illness.
What do you think about the notion that people tend to look like their dogs—or vice versa? I’ve recently given it some thought and I’m beginning to believe it’s true.
Renee Scherzer’s daughter, a star student athlete, was in fourth grade when she became a victim of girls who were aggressive and relentless bullies. It was so bad, Scherzer says, she and her daughter would drive to school each day “praying that the girls would be nice.”
Every week, Randy Mullis heads to Santisi Brothers Pizzeria and Sports Grill in Phoenix, Arizona to play the crane machine. His goal is to win stuffed animals so he can bring them to kids at Banner Thunderbird hospital.
Dr. Maria Garay-Serratos says brain trauma in domestic violence victims is pervasive. In fact, her own mother passed away from head trauma, she says, after suffering abuse over the course of 40 years.