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What would you do if you were locked in your body, your brain intact but with no way to communicate?

How do you survive emotionally when you are invisible to everyone you know and love?

When someone is suffering for a long time it’s very hard for them, but also it’s horrible time for the family members too. Sometimes it’s easy to lose hope and think it’s better to let go than to cling to that pain…

The first show tells the story of Martin Pistorius, who fell into a mysterious coma as a young boy.

He had only one thing left as his mind began to function again — his own thoughts. Here’s a glimpse into his story.

Martin Pistorius comes from South Africa. When he was 12-years-old, He suddenly fell ill and was diagnosed with a degenerative illness, leaving him in a vegetative state.

Physicians said he would díє but his family proceeded with a routine. Every morning his father would get up at 5 a.m., dress Martin and take him to the care center. At the end of the day, he’d give him a bath, feed him dinner and put him to bed.

His parents set an alarm to go off every two hours to turn Martin’s body so he wouldn’t get bed sores. It was their life for 12 years.

For 12 hard and long years, Pistorius was trapped inside his own body.

Today, Martin is able to talk again. He uses a computer to speak and is mobile with a wheelchair. His awareness has fully returned.

In his book, “Ghost Boy: My Escape From A Life Locked Inside My Own Body“, Martin tells what he remembers from those 12 years. He says he thinks he began to wake up about two years into his coma.

“Everyone was so used to me not being there that they didn’t notice when I began to be present again,” he told National Public Radio.

Stuck in his body, without the ability to move or communicate, he felt doomed.

It was especially bad when the care center would sit patients in front of the television all day, to “watch” children’s shows.

“I cannot even express to you how much I hated Barney,” Martin said.

Sadly, Martin also heard his mother tell him, “I hope you die.”

Joan Pistorious feels guilty about this but Martin understands it came from her own desperation and sadness for his bleak existence.

“As time passed, I gradually learned to understand my mother’s desperation. Every time she looked at me, she could see only a cruel parody of the once-healthy child she had loved so much. ”

Over time, Martin began re-engaging with his thoughts.

And slowly, as his mind felt better, something else happened — his body began to get better, too. It involved inexplicable neurological developments and a painstaking battle to prove that he existed.

In the following powerful NBC interview, we learn what life was like for Pistorius, trapped with his thoughts for over a decade.