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The strongest people are humans too. They cry behind closed doors and always try to hide their emotions from everyone.

The strongest people are humans too. They cry behind closed doors and always try to hide their emotions from everyone.
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Meet the Youngest Woman to Ever Captain A Boeing 777

At just 30-years-old Anny Divya is the youngest woman ever to captain a Boeing 777. Anny started training to be a pilot at the age of 17, and although she was supported by her parents, other family members did not agree with her career choice.

But Anny, who grew up in Andhra Pradesh, India, refused to listen to her critics.

Instead she persevered with her career path until she was able to join the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi (IGRUA), a flying school in Uttar Pradesh. Anny told Times Now:
"I am thankful to my parents and teachers for what I am today.
"My parents really believed in my goal and let me fly. There were no jobs at the time, so it's not like the money my parents were putting in was something that I could earn later.
"Nobody was doing any pilot course in Vijayawada at that time. So I was not encouraged to do it by a lot of people around me. But I just wanted to fly."People made fun and laughed at me but I knew that I had to speak – even if I …

Heartbroken Mum Sleeps Next To Drug Addict Son on the Streets After He Refuses To Get Help.

A devastated mum has taken to sleeping on the streets alongside her homeless drug addict son in a desperate plea to get help for his drug addiction.

Leanne Thompson was so worried about 25-year-old Dan's plight that she bought a sleeping bag and blanket to camp alongside him,Herald Sun reports.

She makes the frequent trip from her home city of Brisbane, Australia, to Melbourne, where Dan sleeps on the streets, to watch over him and make sure he is safe.

Dan enjoyed a privileged upbringing, attending private school and enjoying foreign holidays each year, the Herald Sun reports.
But an addiction to synthetic cannabis turned his life upside down and he now sleeps on the streets.
Authorities in Melbourne say he has not responded to their attempts to help him, but his mum wants officials to have more powers to take addicts off the street and into rehab against their will.
Leanne told the 3AW Neil Mitchell programme:

"I drove down there, took a sleeping bag and blankets and some gr…

TRAGIC: Never Go To Bed Angry - Mother Of 3 Advises Recounting How Husband Died After A 16-Hour Shift.

A mother-of-three has urged couples to not 'go to bed angry' after banishing her husband to the sofa in a row over him working long shifts - only to wake up and find him dead.

Ashley Murrell had a heated argument with her husband Mikey, 36, when he returned home late from a 16 hour shift as she was worried he was running himself into the ground.
The couple failed to resolve the argument before bed and Mrs Murrell told her husband to sleep on the sofa.

However when the beauty therapist woke up the next morning she discovered her husband had died.

She later learned her husband, who worked as a carpet cleaner, had been working extra hours to save money to take her to Prague for their anniversary on July 3.

Paying tribute to her husband Ms Murrell, who lives in Wellington in Somerset, said: 'Mikey was so caring, if he walked into a room and saw someone unhappy he would be the first person there trying to cheer them up.

"He absolutely loved his family. He wanted his kids …