Proof That Real Love Triumphs over Anything (23 pics + 1 video)

Posted in PICTURES       1 Nov 2013       14388       11 GALLERY VIEW

Ian and Larissa Murphy were college sweethearts who knew they were destined to be together forever from the day that they met. Unfortunately, they couldn’t have predicted the major obstacle that would stand in their way…

 

The couple met in college in 2005 and immediately planned to get married once they graduated in 2006. In a cruel twist of fate, 10 months into their relationship, Ian was in a car accident that left him partially brain damaged. Larissa stood by Ian’s side and continued to date him despite the fact that he could no longer even talk to her. 

She moved in with his family and nursed him back to physical health. Sadly, Ian suffered permanent brain damage from his accident and lost all ability to make his own decisions. Larissa, did not let this stand in her way and she was still determined to marry Ian as originally planned. When Ian was physically better, she got a judge to approve their marriage meaning that she could finally marry the man of her dreams. Although Ian will never fully recover, the couple are still as much in love as ever.






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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
What happened to him was a real tragedy but that guy will never, ever know how lucky he is.
       
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gachinko 9 year s ago
hey... what da hell happened to you? u don't talk like this...
       
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jan_kowalski 9 year s ago
POSTING IN EPIC THREAD
       
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lordfly911 9 year s ago
It might be possible to reverse brain damage in the foreseeable future. No one ever knows.
       
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channax 9 year s ago
Damn, she's hoooooooot !
       
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eric.chee.355 9 year s ago
feel like crying
       
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pitterpat 9 year s ago
None of you posting comments here know what it's really like to live with someone who's been born normal, suffered a tragic accident, and been undergoing ongoing Rehab w/OT and PT for years with someone you love. I suggest you think before you click "like".
       
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izabeladarraj 9 year s ago
That s very sad and beautiful..
       
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gigantes 9 year s ago
he can obviously communicate with her in some way and most likely return her love, affection and gratitude. so that's something special.

also, given the miracle of neural plasticity, brain damage is not necessarily permanent. he will likely slowly recover functionality, although where that will leave him is unclear. life keeps challenging us to be adaptable.
       
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bertha_2_2 9 year s ago
THAT.IS.EFFING.AWESOME. *tear*
       
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RamJam 9 year s ago
I say he's going for the long troll.
       
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