Brow Guru Beats Adversity Time and Again – The Ramy Gafni Story

Ramy Gafni did not start out with a burning desire to be in the beauty industry. While growing up in Queens, New York, his parents always encouraged him to choose his own path and find the thing that made him happy. Ramy thought that law school was where he would thrive but after a year he had doubts that this was his calling. On an impulse, he traveled to Australia to attend Beauty School and after the first day, he knew what his future would be.

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Caly On The Good (E9) – Being a "Total Package Girl", Being Inspiring!

"Empower Yourself" is a strong and positive message for a tween or teen girl, but understanding how to achieve it, with all the conflicting messages in our hyper-active, techno driven culture, is a serious challenge. On this episode of Caly on the Good, we see Caly in Toledo OH, participating in the Total Package Girl: Empower Yourself! Conference, focusing on what it means to be seen as a girl power icon who can inspire young women and girls across the world.

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Paralysis Couldn't Stop This Entrepreneur From Success

Clark's Botanicals' beauty products were born out of tragedy when company founder Francesco Clark, who then worked at Harper's Bazaar, suffered a crippling spinal cord injury after diving into the shallow end of a swimming pool on June 1, 2002. In this premiere episode of the new OGTV Series, Fearless Like Me, we learn about Francesco's long journey from a hospital room to the Boardroom.

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Double Amputee Football Star - The Calder Hodge Story

Many kids who love sports growing up dream of playing for their High School team and maybe even continuing on to play in college. Most kids with these dreams aren't like Calder Hodge, who was born without tibia bones and had his legs amputated above the knees when he was 2 and a half. This setback might have stifled the dreams of an ordinary kid, but with unbounded enthusiasm and determination, and the help of prosthetic blades, Calder, now 13, has learned to walk, run and channel his love of football to become a quarterback on his Magnolia, Texas school team.

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The Lonesome Boy And The Blonde Haired Angel

When Alex Fischetti thinks back to when he was 9, he realizes how he was different from other kids. "Some people can say that you are odd," he remembers. "Some people can say that you are a little out there." Diagnosed back then with Asperger's Syndrome, a condition that made it hard for him look people in the eye and interact normally, Alex missed many parties and other social events and often felt isolated. But if you look at him today, you see a completely different person.

Now 27, Alex has learned to deal with his condition with the help of some very special people along the way. He works a regular job, has written a personal memoir of his experiences, and has now become the self-described "social butterfly" of Ridgefield, Connecticut.

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Magical Music for Special Kids

When Kamari Bredy's Mom Jhane talks about her son, one word specifically stands out…Bright! "His smile is bright, his eyes are bright….he's a bright kid!" , she exclaims. One of the things that makes Kamari light up is music, especially hip-hop. Despite his cerebral palsy, this 7-year-old will sing and smile whenever he hears his favorite songs.

This connection of music and joy is at the heart of musician John Beltzer's deepest ambition of doing what he loves for a good purpose - to bring a smile to the face of a child. This concept is at the core his nonprofit foundation, Songs Of Love, which creates free, personalized songs to uplift children and teens currently facing tough medical, physical or emotional challenges.

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Caly On The Good (E8) – A Homecoming For A Popstar

Missy and Adam Bevier are thrilled to have daughter Caly home visiting after two years working in the music scene out in LA. But as we learn on this Episode of Caly On The Good, this trip back to her Grand Rapids, Ohio home is not just about kicking back and taking it easy. "She has to help with everything," Missy explained. "We keep her real. Just because you're nineteen doesn't mean you're not gonna help Momma out."

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Tattoos Help Breast Cancer Survivors Reclaim Their Lives After Mastectomy

Please note: this video has emotional and graphic content. While our intention is to tell a beautiful story, the content - showing mastectomy scars and reconstructed breasts - can make some uncomfortable.

For some breast cancer survivors, losing their breasts was the only option. For a woman, that is a devastating loss. One tattoo artist is on a mission to help them turn their grief into confidence and hope through beautiful tattoos.
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