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The Pakistani twitter space is abuzz with some intriguing survival stories shared by netizens after the trend started by Kinza became a top trend on social media. From beating deadly disease like cancer to overpowering the mental and physical challenges, people are sharing their stories of struggle and perseverance.
People sharing their survival stories gave a unanimous message of keeping firm faith and standing one’s ground in every downfall. While many shared their survival stories, a group of people expressed warm wishes for them over their perseverance and success.
A Twitter user sharing her heart wrenching stated that she lost her two brothers due to Thalassemia and is also suffering from it but continued to serve the people affected by this disease.
— Ayesha Mehmood (@blessedAyesha) April 10, 2019
Another girl shared her troubling story of emotional marital abuse.
Stood up against all that had been bothering my mental & physical health – ended 6 yo old emotionally abusive marriage. Survived extreme depression and anxiety. Now fighting to get my 5yo old son's custody.
Meanwhile,a solo n social entrepreneur, Mom Blogger & Influencer.
— AeyBee (@AnumJaffry) April 10, 2019
A man shared his story of how he was cheated and broken by the people he loved the most. He stated, “Heartbroken by cheating gf, found a small job, earned international awards through hard work, got promoted, betrayed by family, married the girl I wanted by going against my family, maintaining everything with my own money. Tomorrow I’ll post graduate. Im a dreamer & a fighter.”
Heartbroken by cheating gf, found a small job, earned international awards through hardwork, got promoted, betrayed by family, married the girl I wanted by going against my family, maintaining everything with my own money. Tomorrow I'll post graduate. Im a dreamer & a fighter 👤
— Rudraw XD (@RudrawXD) April 9, 2019
A prominent journalist Abbas Nasir also took part in the trend and stated, “By age 3 had to learn to walk a 2nd time, with polio affecting back, leg. But lots of support from family, friends; lost parents in teens. Graduated, started work as a journo in a newspaper; then radio, TV, rose to board level in int’l media. Finally made editor where I’d started.”
By age 3 had to learn to walk a 2nd time, with polio affecting back, leg. But lots of support from family, friends; lost parents in teens. Graduated, started work as a journo in a newspaper; then radio, TV, rose to board level in int'l media. Finally made editor where I'd started
— Abbas Nasir (@abbasnasir59) April 9, 2019
Another user shared his story of success reaching out from village to working in an organization in Lahore. He stated, “Used to harvest, worked on a tea stole, sell fruits, loaded trucks, slept on the roads of Lahore then got admission in @pu_lhr_official on a sports scholarship, @AmeemHaq picked me from Twitter I’m working for @FlaminkoInc since 2016 studying in Lahore & playing cricket.”
Used to harvest, worked on a tea stole, sell fruits, loaded trucks, slept on the roads of Lahore then got admission in @pu_lhr_official on sports scholarship, @AmeemHaq picked me from Twitter I'm working for @FlaminkoInc since 2016 studying in Lahore & playing cricket ❤️ pic.twitter.com/4x3lDuWVdK
— Yasir Mushtaq (@YaserMushtaq) April 10, 2019
My mom cheated on my dad 11 times, ran away from our house so many times I lost count. My dad died. Sister got murdered. My grandparents mentally abuse me and I live with them. my mom left me over her boyfriend. I go to therapy, and got into uni. So a little better. https://t.co/NKMN9oQmML
— palvisha (@palvisha61) April 10, 2019
Survived Ojri camp incident along with my entire family exactly 31 years ago today. The officers hostel at Satellite town telephone exchange, where we were staying, is less than a mile aerial distance from the camp. Weveral rockets land next to us but didn't detonate, thankfully. https://t.co/mbwkIQuLEX
— Aimal Yousafzai (@aimalyousafzai) April 10, 2019
Since everyone is telling theirs and they are moving, here is mine a simplistic one
My mother was holding me when I was 2 years old, she was shot dead, I survived, rest I brushed away with death a few times afterwards in life but survived thus far. https://t.co/ubImIq2Hqq
— XULQI MOON (@XULQIMOON) April 10, 2019
Lost father when 3 months old. Brought up by single mom. Walked 4 hours daily to school for 5 years.Had just 1 pair of clothes for https://t.co/8ywge3Tuit gold medal in masters.Qualified CSS n landed in PSP.Graduated from a prestigious US university. Happily married.2 lovely kids
— Fida Hassan (@charnushah) April 10, 2019
Back in 2016 I went through a ten hours surgery due to a tumour in mandible. Those were the darkest days of my life. My face completely changed and I had a huge plaster on my leg as well. My mandible was replaced by a bone from my leg. https://t.co/F4ZdD6oY92
— Mehreen (@talesofem) April 10, 2019
The amazing stories of resilience shared by people on Twitter is giving others readers a lot of courage to battle their life struggles bravely.