How can we build our resilience? Well, I know how I try to maintain mine. Might work for you too.
Many of us have asked or been ased “what we are most looking forward to returning to after the pandemic”. I think I actually finally have a good, non cjiché answer. This is about to get random.
Sometimes the best parts of you can only be seen by those who love you. Don’t shut them out, You’ll be surprised what they have to show you.
We’ve all been given lemons in the last year, and the lemonade hasn’t been easy to make. But believe me, you’ve already made more than you think, and keep making more everyday. Don’t stop.
Your inner strength is hardest to see when you most need it. But don’t doubt yourself, it’s there.
2020 has opened my eyes to so many things, good and bad, regarding all facets of life. These are three I feel are the most positive to share.
Happiness, like most good things, doesn’t come easy. It takes work and resilience and is ours for the taking.
Our actions are a lot more powerful than we know, our words a lot more potent, our lives a lot more significant. Tap into this potential and the sky is your limit.
Autonomic Dysreflexia: Probably one of the most critical side effect some spinally injured people face. Affects pretty much every facet of day to day life.So much hassle to wear good shoes.
Dating. One of the many things I’ve had to completely relearn from the ground up since becoming disabled in 2010. Dating while disabled can be one of the most gut wrenching and, at the same time, liberating things a person can go through, at least in my experience. Before my disability I never thought twiceContinue reading “Dating While Disabled”