This has to be the most wholesome podcast episode of all time.
Join us as Rachel interviews her little sister, Nellie!
She's not your average 10-year-old. Nellie Mainor has a rare kidney disease called Dense Deposit Disease. Before her kidney transplant in August, she would do 5-hour treatments of Hemodialysis for a year (three days a week) and two years of Peritoneal Dialysis, which were 10-12 hour treatments every day. EVERY DAY. It's been a rough few years for this little trooper, but that hasn't stopped her from living her best life! She constantly chooses to be happy and positive, which is mind-blowing to her big sister, Rachel, because of all the struggles she has watched Nellie go through. What a hero!
We could all use some positivity, especially right now. Nellie's simple, yet profound advice is sure to warm your heart and make your day. Don't miss it!
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