Visual Snow Warriors

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Inspiring individuals living with Visual Snow Syndrome share their experiences and how they try to overcome its symptoms.

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Leon Bachner

Meet our #WarriorOfTheWeek, Leon! Hear his inspiring story on how he first developed #VS symptoms and how he chose (and…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Lauren Brown

Introducing our next #WarriorOfTheWeek! Hear how Laurel first found out about her condition, how it allowed her to invent an…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Dustin Richardson

Meet our next #WarriorOfTheWeek! Hear about how Dustin came to learn more about his condition and how he uses his…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Lucia Spaans

Meet our next #WarriorOfTheWeek and hear how Lucia learned to adapt to having #VisualSnow while her fighter mentality encouraged her…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Mary Lee Evelyn Keeney

Introducing our next #WarriorOfTheWeek! Learn how Mary uses her #VS as inspiration using photography to capture beautiful self-portraits. ?

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Angelina Cubero

Meet our fifth #WarriorOfTheWeek and hear Angelina’s inspiring story about how she manages to push through despite her #VSS and…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Rick Nowlin

Meet our fourth #WarriorOfTheWeek and hear how Rick learned to approach life with #VisualSnow differently and continue to do what…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Kelsey Flint

Meet our third #WarriorOfTheWeek and learn how Kelsey first found out about her Visual Snow as a symptom of another…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Yuri Fontouri

Meet our second #WarriorOfTheWeek and hear about how Yuri discovered his condition and learned to adapt and live life stronger than ever…

Visual Snow Warrior of the Week – Mary Payton

Meet our first #WarriorOfTheWeek and learn about how Mary’s medical condition empowers her to create beautiful works of art! ??

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