Clyde was diagnosed with severe hemophilia A at birth. Growing up, he felt different, and all he wanted was to be like other kids. He attended hemophilia camps but reached a point where he no longer wished to be involved in the community—until he reached college age, when he realized that hemophilia is part of who he is. He embraced his bleeding disorder and became active with the hemophilia community. With 2 nephews who also live with hemophilia, Clyde strives to provide a good example by taking care of himself. He encourages his nephews and others living with hemophilia to take advantage of opportunities to have fun and just be themselves while managing their bleeding disorder.