Hello, Honestly, this is a bit of a sore topic and not something I talk about in my life. This is something I often ignore, deny, or just keep to myself. However, I do have cerebral palsy. I was born back in the early 1980's with a 50% chance of survival. By the luck of new technology, and the cards falling into the place, I made it through. I was the last child of a big family. I grew up enduring a few surgeries, but at such a young age, you don't realize your challenges. I would like to think I lived as normal of a childhood as most, but throughout my childhood, I lost a brother to cancer, and a father to heart disease. Today, I am grateful for where I am. I am married to a wonderful woman, and we recently have a new baby boy to the family (in perfect health!). Thank goodness he doesn't have any of the issues I had when I was born. With a newborn, my wife and I have decided to take the chance to continue our education and get our MBA's (mine in Health Care Management), and hers in Human Resources. My passionate for effective healthcare solutions for families is a topic near and dear to my heart. In total, these degrees combines with our current student loan debt will bring our total debt to well over $85,000 in total. I didn't list a total that high to be raised because I'd feel a little guilty asking for so much. However, any amount will help. If you feel compelled to donate, we will share with you our thank you and keep you informed on our family's progress in this endeavor. Thank you all.