Kevin is a 33-year old family man with an absolute heart of gold. He's an honest, responsible, hard-working man.
I'm asking you to help me give my brother the gift of freedom. The money raised will be used to pay for my brother's surgery.
Kevin has a medical condition known as gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the over-development of breast tissue in men. This condition is not life-threateneing, but the psychological impact of this condition is beyond words. I know this extremely well because I too suffered from this condition.
I developed gynecomastia in my early teens and lived with it until my early twenties, when I got it surgically removed. During those 10 years I lived the majority of my life in complete despair. I was ashamed of myself and my body. I felt worthless. I isolated myself from friends and family. I avoided intimate relationships. The gynecomastia controlled what clothes I wore, what activities I engaged in, and quite literally every aspect of my life. I was imprisoned by this condition. I felt like a defective piece of garbage and felt completely trapped in a body that I hated.
I was too ashamed to tell anyone of my condition so I lived in isolated silence for those long painful years. I didn't learn it was an actual curable medical condition until just before my surgery when I was at the end of my rope and in desperate need of a life change.
My life after surgery has been absolutely amazing. I am no longer ashamed of my body and gynecomastia has absolutely no control over my life anymore. Surgery has given me an entirely new life and I am now a free man.
I've committed to give this same gift of freedom to my brother but I can't do this alone. I humbly ask you to please help me give this amazing gift to a most deserving and humble man. Any contribution big or small will help to make this a reality.
I thank you so much for your time and I wish you an abundance of joy and success on your life path.
To learn more about this medical conditon and the deep psyhological impact it has on it's sufferers please check out the link below: Gynecomastia and its Psychological Impact