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Leo Megan Hackwood’s challenge – blogged on “Tune-in-not-out”

Leo Megan Hackwood’s challenge – blogged on “Tune-in-not-out”

Megan Leo of the YearHey guys! My name is Megan and I am super excited to be a TINO blogger. I am 18 years old and just graduated high school last year. Life after high school has been a bit weird to say the least, but that is directly linked to my life IN high school. This is the story about my journey to where I am now! (it’s quite long, but it’s interesting, trust me!).

Okay, so here we go!

Through high school, I was unfortunate enough to suffer a rare form of a medical condition called Supra Ventricular Tachycardia (or SVT), which causes my heart to do all sorts of weird skippy things and made my regular day to day life extremely difficult. I would pass out frequently, struggle to sleep properly at night, get nauseous, light headed, had the WORST migraines imaginable and on top of it all, I was trying to do my best at school.

Read on here for Megan’s story

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Rob Oerlemans is the Executive Officer of Lions Australia - one of Australia's best known Service Club Organisations. Lions is part of Lions Clubs International with more than 1.3million members in 206 countries. Find out more and come and play a part. www.lions.org.au

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