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Last week we had former N.Y. Jets player Paul Frase on JetNation Radio. The video clip of Paul’s segment can be seen below, and it is worth checking out.

Paul Frase - Game ChangerPaul Frase is the co-founder of the Joshua Frase Foundation, a former NFL player, business owner, and author of Game Changer. During Paul’s NFL career, he and his family overcame many challenges that led to a mission-driven purpose in his life. Paul’s first child, Joshua, was born with a rare muscle disorder called myotubular myopathy (MTM). Before Joshua’s first birthday, Paul and Joshua’s mother co-founded a nonprofit organization that initiated research in genetic and regenerative medicine.

After fifteen years of parenthood, Paul would experience a father’s greatest fear; the passing of his first child, Joshua. Today, Paul is on a mission to raise awareness of MTM by telling the story of Joshua, and explain why hope, love, and inspiration are the real cure for humanity. Hope derived from a hopeless situation, unconditional love that only a child can teach, and inspiration to push beyond perceived boundaries and find a cure for an ultra-rare disorder.

In Paul’s book, Game Changer, he discusses how he and his family turned tragedy into a legacy that paves the way for children to have a more abundant life.

We ask that any Jets fans that buy and read this book please leave an Amazon review. It helps get the word out.

We thank Paul Frase for joining us on our show last week and here is the segment where Paul discusses Joshua, the foundation and this inspirational story.

 

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Last week we had former N.Y. Jets player Paul Frase on JetNation Radio. The video clip of Paul’s segment can be seen below, and it is worth checking out.

Paul Frase - Game ChangerPaul Frase is the co-founder of the Joshua Frase Foundation, a former NFL player, business owner, and author of Game Changer. During Paul’s NFL career, he and his family overcame many challenges that led to a mission-driven purpose in his life. Paul’s first child, Joshua, was born with a rare muscle disorder called myotubular myopathy (MTM). Before Joshua’s first birthday, Paul and Joshua’s mother co-founded a nonprofit organization that initiated research in genetic and regenerative medicine.

After fifteen years of parenthood, Paul would experience a father’s greatest fear; the passing of his first child, Joshua. Today, Paul is on a mission to raise awareness of MTM by telling the story of Joshua, and explain why hope, love, and inspiration are the real cure for humanity. Hope derived from a hopeless situation, unconditional love that only a child can teach, and inspiration to push beyond perceived boundaries and find a cure for an ultra-rare disorder.

In Paul’s book, Game Changer, he discusses how he and his family turned tragedy into a legacy that paves the way for children to have a more abundant life.

 

We ask that any Jets fans that buy and read this book please leave an Amazon review. It helps get the word out.

We thank Paul Frase for joining us on our show last week and here is the segment where Paul discusses Joshua, the foundation and this inspirational story.

 

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19 minutes ago, mrcoops said:

I liked Paul Frase as a player, and had no idea about his family story.  I will need to get hold of a copy of the book.

Heartbreaking book that you can probably get through in a day or two.  But also awesome in seeing how he and his wife adapted to their new "normal" after Joshua was born.  

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1 hour ago, AFJF said:

Heartbreaking book that you can probably get through in a day or two.  But also awesome in seeing how he and his wife adapted to their new "normal" after Joshua was born.  

I've just ordered a copy, so I hope to read it this weekend. 

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Paul's first year with the Jets was my first year as a season ticket holder. I am still mad that team didn't make the playoffs. Gastineau left, Paul started for him down the stretch.

Mark was having a good year tool. James Hasty, Eric McMillian, that team seemed to have some young talent.

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7 hours ago, AFJF said:

Heartbreaking book that you can probably get through in a day or two.  But also awesome in seeing how he and his wife adapted to their new "normal" after Joshua was born.  

Very well said. They raised so much money. My heart broke when he told you that he was just taken in the expansion draft and Coughlin was like we need you here. Right after Joshua was born.  Beyond tough.

Here is the link to the book for anyone who is interested:  https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Paul+Frase&crid=26QT8TD2WF29F&sprefix=paul+frase%2Caps%2C132&ref=nb_sb_noss_1

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