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It’s sad that Sean Milliken died at a young age. It is even sadder to fathom the plight that he had to live with all of his short life. In his own words, Sean explained that he felt like a prisoner in his own body. The fact that his body was always ailing, painful and immobile makes it easy for anyone to sympathize with him. How about his mother, isn’t it just heartbreaking that she led a majority of her life taking care of her constantly bedridden son alone? It’s really sad. Yet, Sean’s life wasn’t totally without purpose. There is so much that we can learn from his 600+ Lb life, and his subsequent death. Remembering ‘My 600-lb Life’ star Sean Milliken can be absolutely heartbreaking, but his memory certainly stores plenty of lessons from which Americans can learn.
On the 17th of February 2019, Sean was taken into hospital critically ill. According to a Facebook post by his father, the 29-year old suffered an infection that had him hospitalized. The doctors tried to resuscitate him after he experienced severe breathing difficulties, but they failed. He died soon after. Popular TV network TLC issued a statement informing its audience of Sean Milliken’s passing and passing its messages of condolences to his family and friends. Matt Milliken was distraught and heartbroken after his son’s early death, and he published statements claiming that his son was a good man who deserved better.
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His Appearance on “My 600-lb Life”
Back in 2016, TLC decided to conduct an awareness campaign to enlighten the American society of the difficulties that overweight and obese people face. It sought to take us through the lives of individuals who weight over 600 lbs and have them expressing how they faced their daily situations. The show first introduced Sean to Americans...
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