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  1. I love how sweet Bjork is to everyone. You could see she was genuinely listening and tried so hard not to offend anyone 💕💕

  2. I totally thought when i read bjork
    That it was the icelandic singer😂😂😂 i love this video though. And all of your other videos.

  3. I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) and it’s a lot more common than you’d think. A couple years back, I was bedridden and I haven’t been in school full time for about 5 years. It’s getting better though; I can have good days and bad. So many people have never even heard of it.

  4. im glad that guy said ptsd can happen at home. a lot of people think that ptsd can only occur to people who have been in the military but its just not true at all

  5. Hi, im from germany and I wish you would add Subtitles so I can better understand what the peoples are saying >__<

  6. O wow I didn’t expect that at the end I couldn’t imagine going through what you guys have all of y’all are really brave for this

  7. I remember watching the full video with all the guessers and being so proud that Bjork basically guessed POTS because I have it. It’s such an exhausting condition (I was bedridden for the first 6 months of developing and had to quit my full-time job), but it’s even more frustrating that it’s so unknown (even among doctors) despite being so common. For those who don’t know what Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome is, it’s when your autonomic nervous system basically sucks and doesn’t automatically pump your blood when you’re change positions. This caused tachycardia when I stand up and collapse if I get up too quickly. I also experience other autonomic dysfunctions, like inability to properly regulate my temperature, being hypersensitive to pain (however, I also get pins and needles and numbness in my extremeties), and stomach issues. If anyone’s interested learning about POTS and other forms of dysautonomia, check out Dysautonomia International and the Dysautonomia Support Network. There’s no cure for our conditions (treatments can vary per person), so awareness and funding for dysautonomia research is so vital! The only reason why I made progress with my health was because I live in my area that has some POTS experts.

  8. “You know what our next video should be? Let’s gather a bunch of disabled people and have someone guess their disabilities”

  9. I love this video with just Bjork, it shows her sweet personality. She was very respectful and empathetic toward everyone she met.

  10. Vitiligo
    Graves
    Hyperthyroidism
    Color-Blindness
    Attention Deficit Disorder
    & two radically different forms of PTSD

  11. I have uneven hips and it has effected my life since hitting puberty when my hips shifted. It hurts so bad some days and makes me wanna throw up form how inflamed they are and other days I am fine and go about my life. It causes severe back pain, any time I would tell doctors a lot them said oh your too young finally a doctor believed me, who was my gyno and it was just such relief that a medical professional finally believed me I was in pain.

  12. For all those talking about the celebrity Bjork, I think a lot of millennials wouldn’t even know who Bjork the singer is.

  13. One of the most hardest to diagnose is Multiple sclerosis, yet you didn’t have anyone from that there. Please next time have people with MS and at the different stages.

  14. Yes, this is just what I wanna watch, a video where people say some dumb shit to each other for 20-25 seconds until the retard trying to guess the disabled person’s disability says “I give up”, and then the disabled person just says some basic shit about their disability that I could likely find on a Wikipedia page despite Wikipedia being the worst source for info.

    1. wikipedia isn’t the worst source of info. unless we are supposed to get our info from textbooks that are 30 years out of date?

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