Sometimes I get lost thinking how things could’ve been different, but not in the way you might think.
Yes, spinal-cord injury is hard. But like so many other things in all our lives, it is just one of a myriad of past experiences that I live with in the present and doesn’t have to stop me from flourishing in the future.
Putting my well-being first has meant not being able to write, record or post as much content as I’d like… and I’m okay with that 😊
Just a dream I once had. It was surreal and yet so real, unexplainable yet totally understandable, joyful and yet painful. You know, like most dreams… but not.
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.
2020, the year when nothing went as expected. Not even Christmas.
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.