Mr Happy Condition

This is the real life Mr Happy – the man who can’t feel sadness after a stroke destroyed part of his brain. Malcolm Myatt, 68, from Cannock, Staffs, was left with little feeling in his left side after suffering a major stroke. Doctors told Malcolm and his wife Kath that the stroke had hit the frontal lobe of his brain that controls emotions, and the couple realised it meant Malcolm could no longer feel sadness.

This is the real life Mr Happy - the man who can't feel sadness after a stroke destroyed part of his brain. Malcolm Myatt, 68, from Cannock, Staffs, was left with little feeling in his left side after suffering a major stroke. Doctors told Malcolm and his wife Kath that the stroke had hit the frontal lobe of his brain that controls emotions, and the couple realised it meant Malcolm could no longer feel sadness.

This is the real life Mr Happy - the man who can't feel sadness after a stroke destroyed part of his brain. Malcolm Myatt, 68, from Cannock, Staffs, was left with little feeling in his left side after suffering a major stroke. Doctors told Malcolm and his wife Kath that the stroke had hit the frontal lobe of his brain that controls emotions, and the couple realised it meant Malcolm could no longer feel sadness.

This is the real life Mr Happy - the man who can't feel sadness after a stroke destroyed part of his brain. Malcolm Myatt, 68, from Cannock, Staffs, was left with little feeling in his left side after suffering a major stroke. Doctors told Malcolm and his wife Kath that the stroke had hit the frontal lobe of his brain that controls emotions, and the couple realised it meant Malcolm could no longer feel sadness.

This is the real life Mr Happy - the man who can't feel sadness after a stroke destroyed part of his brain. Malcolm Myatt, 68, from Cannock, Staffs, was left with little feeling in his left side after suffering a major stroke. Doctors told Malcolm and his wife Kath that the stroke had hit the frontal lobe of his brain that controls emotions, and the couple realised it meant Malcolm could no longer feel sadness.