Episode 28 : Prisoner Inside

Episode 28 : “Prisoner Inside” — Tim has lost the majority of any physical movements including communicating with his caregivers. This episode exposes how the mind works in a body with ALS.

Often Awesome The Series is a web series about Tim and Kaylan’s battle with ALS. Its a story about love, friends, strength and courage. Join us every two weeks for a new chapter in this amazing adventure.

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9 Responses to “Episode 28 : Prisoner Inside”

  1. PeopleNeed2LoveMore Says:

    Hi darlings I see ALS is kicking your arse, Tim kick it’s arse back !!, Kaylan I feel your core of loss, my husband’s ALS has started in his speech/swallow, I miss his laugh you are BOTH my hero’s I am sending hugs loves & kisses to you both.

  2. MsCashkristen Says:

    Everytime I watch a new episode my heart breaks just a little more but yet at the same time my heart is so full of love for you guys. My children’s father also has ALS. He was diagnosed over a year ago and it is so hard to see the changes so rapidly happening. Our son is almost 18 and our daughter is 16. This is devastating to them, they are angry, sad, depressed, pissed off. It is the cruelest disease ever. Tim, you are an inspiration to all of us! Love to you both …

  3. madmikesbbq Says:

    god damnit. I hate this disease.

  4. PeopleNeed2LoveMore Says:

    Hey there :0), i wanted to let you know i am thinking of you both so very much, I know you are more tired these days Tim but I need to be able to reach out in some way to let you both know how much i care here is a hug that is filled with love ((((((((((((((((huggles)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

  5. ParentalAdvisoryBass Says:

    God bless you Tim. You give me inspiriation like nothing else can. You’re my hero, and I pray for the best. Seeing your experience has taught me that there’s always a life to live, even when things are shitty like a gas station bathroom. Thank you so much Tim and Kaylan…


  6. sammy12343634 Says:

    Tim keep fighting i am going to school to be a Dr. so i can find a cure for als

  7. Heliftsme Says:

    The series is nominated for Best Documentary Series for a Webby. Please help us take home the People’s Voice Award for voting! Go to the youtube titled: “Often Awesome The Series: An ALS Love Story Official Trailer”, and click the link to the Webby awards. Ends 4/26/2012.

  8. Dee M. Says:

    At around 7:31- 8:02 talk about anti-depressants, I have tried maybe 2 or
    3 in my lifetime and they just don’t work for me at all. So I simply won’t
    ever take them ever again. Also having A.D.D., I think I would probably
    want to ask my doctor(s) to simply put me under anesthesia and just let me
    go before the brink of getting life support. For me, I definitely would
    never want to go through this! This looks horrifying! Damn!
    This bites! Rest in peace, Tim! xoxo

  9. Fonzi79 Says:

    His wife is simply a angel!

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