Kirsty’s Story | Neurofibromatosis & Scoliosis

I was diagnosed with NF1 at 11 weeks old, I have always been the type of person to adopt a positive attitude and to live my life to the fullest, despite the challenges that NF1 has given me. I live a very active lifestyle, I sometimes have crazy ideas, which I always try out.

Overcoming my many challenges proves to both others and myself that while I may have NF1. NF1 does not have me. I do not know what lies ahead of me in terms of my condition, but I do know that I’ll always make the most of what life gives me. No one tells you life will be easy, but we can all make the best of what we do have. Supporting others with NF1 and Scoliosis has become a big part of my life and equally, I have been supported by many people I have met on my journey so far. People with NF1 tell me they feel isolated, but we do not have to allow this to happen. You are not alone and we can help each other. I have made a Bucket list of things I want to do in my life, visit my fun things link to see what I want to do.

I have wrote a blog whereby you Learn about Kirsty’s Story | Neurofibromatosis & Scoliosis which is my journey from when  was 9 to the current day.

I am currently 30 years of age, single, and looking for love! I am also in the process of having IVF! As a single mum by choice.

Learn about Kirsty’s Story | Neurofibromatosis & Scoliosis over on her podcast as she starts to date and find love – find out how she tells new potential partners about it. 

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