"Cancer sucks - and reoccurring cancer sucks even more. It can be hard to push through, but Keran Villis has found a way to do it. She’s headstrong: if someone tells her she can't do something, she..." Read More
"Jeff Quelet prides himself on being a passionate man. He brings passion to everything he does, from work to family life, and everything in between.
Jeff is a high level above knee amputee, having l..." Read More
"We want to thank our SideStix community for sharing their stories with us. Every testimony received is a bright moment in our day. Your stories of adapting and rediscovering life inspire us to stay..." Read More
"This month, we are featuring a guest post by Nelson Quong, a member of our SideStix family, and a former Ambassador of the Month.
I love the way Nelson courageously tells his story from his heart...." Read More
"Robert Anthony Rodriguez kept a promise he made to himself as a kid: when he became an adult, he would help other children build their confidence, especially if they were experiencing heartache and..." Read More
"Ipeleng Khunou is known to be a “seriously fast runner”, as other writers have put it. Since realizing that he could run with crutches in 2017, he took off (literally), and hasn’t looked back...." Read More
"At 24 years old, Theo Thompson is already preparing to raise the next generation. As a future teacher and current student, studying special education at Purdue University Fort Wayne in Indiana, Theo..." Read More
"With sheer will and creativity, Ravi Sharma, made a life of his own, one that others in his life doubted that he could do! Ravi was born with Spina Bifida and has arthrogryposis. “My family and he..." Read More
"Hillary Wool is a multifaceted woman, with many talents and titles. She is a New Yorker, a management consultant, an "adaptive adventurer", a model, a dog mom, a traveller, and, above all else, rare..." Read More
"Brian DeMatteo was on cloud nine. He had recently sold his tech company and was semi-retired. Life was good and full of possibilities, but tragically it ‘turned on a dime’. The following day Br..." Read More