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Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard

Create: 06/27/2017 - 08:36
Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard
Being a mother is an exciting experience. Each and every mother has a unique story, faces various hardships and their journeys are different. The story of Chinese Zou Hongyan will burst you into tears and show the unconditional love and never-ending commitment of a mother for her child.
 
Zou Hongyan gave birth to a baby boy in 1988; however, the baby had cerebral palsy due to complications in birth. Doctors told the young mom that she had to give up her hopes about her baby boy and he would never be intelligent. However, Zou didn’t agree with them.
 
On top of that, her husband didn’t accept the baby because of his illness. Zou divorced her husband and decided to bring Ding Ding on her own. Zou worked in three different jobs to take care of her child and provide medical care. As his skills mostly fall behind his equals, she gave him special care and support to help him catch others.
 
Her mother who says “I never wanted him to be ashamed of his physical problems”, was finally rewarded for her efforts. Recently Ding Ding successfully graduated from Environmental Engineering Department of Pekin University. And now, he studies Law in Harward University!

Zou Hongyan welcomed her son in 1988, but birth complications left him disabled with cerebral palsy. Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard

The doctors advised giving up the baby and claimed that he would never be intelligent, but Zou did not listen. Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard

Moreover, her husband disowned the boy, so she decided to divorce him and raise their son, Ding Ding, all by herself. Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard

Zou worked at least 3 jobs to support and get treatment for her son, and her hard work has paid off – she’s now the proud mom of a 29-year-old Harvard student. Single Mother Nurtures Her Disabled Son All The Way To Harvard