Young woman takes care of differently-abled brother after mom passed

Young woman takes care of differently-abled brother after mom passed

- A young South African woman is inspiring many as she has been raising her differently-abled brother for 11 years

- Bridgette Naledi Naape has been taking care of her younger since their mother passed away and has no complaints

- Bridgette shared her story to Facebook group #ImStaying and has received a ton of positive comments and love

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We all love an inspiring and feel-good story and that's what Facebook group, #ImStaying is all about. In a recent post, a young lady has shared her story of taking care of her brother since her mother passed away.

Bridgette Naledi Naape has been taking care of her differently-abled young brother for the past 11 years and has no complaints. She said he's the reason she pushes even harder in life and expressed her love for him. Her caption read:

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"I'm staying because of my differently-abled little brother, it's been 11 years looking after him after the passing of our mom. I love him so much; my everything, my reason to want to push even harder, love you baby brother"
SA inspired: Woman takes care of differently abled brother after moms passing
This young woman has inspired SA as she's been taking care of her differently-abled brother for 11 years. Source: Bridgette Naledi Naape #ImStaying / Facebook
Source: Facebook

Bridgette's post has received over 23 000 reactions and almost 900 comments. Stayers have filled the comments section with love and positivity for the proud older sister. compiled a few of the comments.

Elizabeth Lewis Shardelow wrote:

"Wonderful that you stepped up to the plate when you were needed and are taking such good care of your brother. You and your brother both have wonderful caring hearts."

Marcia Paul commented:

"Amazing how these lovely people can smile. Their smile is just so contagious... I just love them... He's so cute."

Rose Kanaomang-Tladi said:

"One can just see that he's very well taken care of. Big ups to you, sis, what a young handsome man."

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Denise Africa Alcock added:

"He is so handsome and you have done an amazing job big sis. Kudos to you."

In other #ImStaying news, recently reported on Saffa's joining hands to wish a local gogo a 91st happy birthday. Not everyone is lucky enough to see the great old age of 91. Bongi Nwa-Munwanati took to the feel-good Facebook group, #ImStaying to share a beautiful picture of her lovely grandmother who she wrote in her caption has turned a great 91 years old today.

Accompanied by the great picture was a beautiful and sweet message from the gushing granddaughter, Bongi, who thanked God for her lovely grandmother's long, happy and healthy life on Earth. She captioned it:

"I'm staying because my one and only grandmother is 91 years old today. To God be all the Glory."

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