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My therapy monkey saved my life

***VIDEO AVAILABLE*** LOXAHATCHEE, FL: A sexual abuse survivor says she „would not be here today” if it weren’t for her pet capuchin monkey. Lauren Elizabeth McAna from Loxahatchee, Florida, has two Brazillian Tufted Capuchin monkeys; three-year-old Emerson Alexander and five-year-old rescue Chica Morey. The 23-year-old veterinary technician has suffered with mental health problems throughout her life, resulting in physical trauma and she sees her capuchin monkey Emerson as her support animal.

A grandmother-of-five cannot remember almost four decades of her life after blacking out in a church parking lot after bible study

***EXCLUSIVE*** Kim Harris Denicola, 56, woke up in hospital believing it was 1980 and she was just 18 years old. The mum-of-two, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, did not recognise her husband-of-14-years David Denicola, 60, and was devastated to learn that her parents had passed away. She was astonished by how tiny cell phones were and had to be taught how to use the internet and social media. Kim, who runs a food packaging business with her husband, is still trying to piece her memories together by flicking through photo albums of her and her family. She said: „I am slowly putting names and faces together and I’m learning how to live in 2019.” Kim was leaving her weekly bible study at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church in Baton Rouge, LA, last October when her vision became blurry. She said: „I called my husband and told him that I had a really bad headache, one of those excruciating, don’t-know-what-to-do headaches. My vision was blurry. He told me not to drive and to ask one of the ladies to take me to the hospital. Apparently I went up to my bible study friend and said: Is there any possible way you can take me to hospital? and she did.”

Size 20 woman discovered breast cancer lump hidden by fat after four stone weight loss

***EXCLUSIVE*** Jan Oliver, 60, from Herefordshire believes joining Slimming World saved her life after she noticed a lump in her breast after losing two stone on the food optimising program, which she’d not have been able to feel before. Jan continued to attend Slimming World even through cancer treatment and has achieved her target weight by loosing nearly four-and-a-half stone.

The girl I hated is now my boyfriend

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, PORTSMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM: Two young women who once hated each other, have since fallen in love after one transitioned into a man. Lillie Semmens first met Mhari Sellstrom when he was female through a mutual friend. The women, from Portsmouth, were 14 and 16 and admitted to despising each other. "When I was female, you hated me, you detested me and thought I was ugly? Mhari said to Lillie. ?You were just arrogant, you were so rude and over-compensating for something. You were so in-your-face, you knew when Mhari was in a room,? Lillie replied. But after Mhari began transitioning, Lillie, 22, says she saw a different side to him and they began to hang out and eventually fell in love. The couple have now been together for 3 months.

Shape up in style: Stunning £4.5m Grade II-listed mansion mentioned in the Domesday Book comes complete with its own gym and swimming pool

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fulfil your New Year’s resolutions in this stunning six-bed property that predates the Domesday Book and comes complete with a gym and swimming pool for a cool £4.5m. Incredible images show the 20,000-square-foot, Grade II-listed main residence and the 20-acre grounds from above, the separate three-bed Victorian lodge house and the well manicured lawns and water features that adorn the gardens. Other striking shots show the huge dining room, cosy living rooms and a private bar as well as a home gym, pool and sauna. Ringleton Manor is located in Woodnesborough, Sandwich, Kent and is currently listed by Strutt and Parker for £4.5m.

A super slimming mother and daughter both beat their health problems after losing an impressive 16 STONE between them in just a year

***EXCLUSIVE*** Christine Broughton and daughter Katie Thornewill turned their lives around at the end of 2017 when they decided to do something about their weight. Christine, 66, a retired shop manager from Chellaston, Derby, weighed 19st 4lb and was a size 24-26. Her weight grew after she had an accident at work in 2006 requiring knee replacement, which drastically cut down her mobility. As a result, her weight was putting pressure on her knees and she was also denied back surgery due to her high body mass index (BMI). Katie, 33, a full-time carer for her son, from Osmaston, Derby, weighed 15st 11lb and had been a size 18 – but was beginning to become closer to a size 20. She experienced constant back pain and was warned about the effect her weight would have on her baby while pregnant with her fifth child.  The pair, decided to take action and joined Slimming World, attending weekly sessions and following advice about healthy eating and exercise. Now, Christine, who has five children and 13 grandchildren, has lost ten stone and is a size 8-10. Mum-of-five Katie, who was bullied at school because of her size, has lost six stone and is a size 10-12. She described the massive boost her weight loss has had for her confidence.

Icelandic horses brave snowstorm in Germany's Westerwald

***EXCLUSIVE*** WESTERWALD, GERMANY: Ingo Gerlach, 65, photographer from Betzdorf in Germany was on the way in the densest snowstorm to photograph the Icelandic horses. A real challenge for the professional photographer and graphic designer. The snowfall was extremely dense. Sometimes Gerlach could not see his "hand in front of his eyes". It was also a challenge for his professional equipment. At first, the horses stood there calmly and let the snow fall over them. At that moment the situation was very calm and almost relaxed. Gerlach had a special rain cover for his camera and lens. So the wetness of the snow could be softened a little. The biggest problem was that the autofocus of the camera could not be used, because it focused more on the snowflakes than on the horse. So Gerlach turned off the autofocus and focused manually. The result were impressive pictures, which can only be taken rarely, because the extreme weather situation in Central Europe is not very common.