Woman says that having a stroke and becoming paralyzed from the waist down is the best thing that has ever happened to her

When two people say ‘I do,’ they promise to be by each other’s side in sickness and in health, but do they keep that promise when things get hard? Some are determined to remain their partner’s support until the very end, while other’s decide to leave. That is why we should always choose carefully who we want to spend the rest of our life with.

Riona Kelly and her husband were happily married for 14 years, or at least she thought so.

A one point in her life, this mother of two suffered a stoke which left her paralyzed from the waist down. Chances that she could ever walk again were poor, but doctors believed that over time, she could again stand on her feet with the help of exercises and a strong will.

Sadly, her husband wasn’t willing to support her during the process. Instead, he decided to leave her for good.

That broke Riona’s heart. However, as time passed by, she realized that having someone in her life as selfish as her ex-husband wasn’t what she wished for. She now knew that she didn’t need him anymore.

Riona started therapy with Keith, a personal assistant who was about to help her get her old life back.

The two spent much time together, and eventually fell in love with each other. Her determination to get on her feet again and to never give up inspired Keith.

He was there for her through her tough times and helped her overcome them.

Eventually, she recovered and the two are still together. Her kids love Keith and they even refer to him as to their dad.

Not even in her wildest dreams did this woman believe that a tragedy could lead to finding the love of her life.


Willie Nelson, the famed country music legend, has faced health hurdles recently, including emphysema, back problems, and collapsed lungs. Despite these challenges, he remains resilient and has no plans to retire from music.

Nelson credits his good health to quitting alcohol and cigarettes.


Born in Abbott, Texas, in 1933, Nelson’s early exposure to various music genres shaped his unique sound. He is not only a musician but also an activist, co-founding Farm Aid to advocate for farmers’ rights and environmental concerns.

Initially struggling for recognition in Nashville, Nelson found success in Austin in the early 1970s, where he developed his outlaw country style.

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