Boyfriend ill marry teen terminally
Omar Al Shaikh, 16, and true love Amie Cresswell made his final wish come true. A terminally ill teen married his childhood sweetheart just days before he died in a tear-jerking ceremony. Omar Al Shaikh, 16, held his true love Amie Cresswell, also 16, tightly in his arms as she made his dying wish come true. The brave teenager, from Birmingham, finally lost his long battle for with leukaemia at the city's Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Monday, after becoming a married man.
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Nina Marino, 19, was diagnosed with undifferentiated sarcoma in May but only began to write her bucket list when doctors discovered the disease had spread to her only lung. The couple had known each other since they met at Camp Boggy Creek, an event for sick children, when they were just eight and six. It just worked out. She could understand everything about me - and me about her - because we both had chronic illness.
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Getting married in your teens is not exactly the usual move in this century, but there are some circumstances that call for extraordinary decisions. Amber Snailham and Callum Firks, both 17 years old and residents of Bristol, England, have been best friends for years and have been a couple for a year. However, their endearing love story has turned bittersweet. She has had surgery and six gruelling months of chemotherapy that ended in July.
It goes without saying that most of us take life for granted. Running in the mad race of meeting deadlines, we often forget that life comes with an expiry date. It is only when we find our time slipping away we decide holding on to life with the greatest force, and do things we had earlier not found time to do. Something similar happened with Ronda Bivens, a year-old who is battling cancer. With limited time, all Bivens wanted was to get married to the love of her life, and father of her two young kids — Matt Mager.