Perhaps my earliest memory was asking my mom why I couldn’t run, a reflection within my childhood consciousness of the notion that I was physically limited by my own broken body.
So how did I convince myself to get past some of these restrictions which I unconsciously placed on myself. Simply by example I guess, I watched my peers growing to be the self reliant adults that they are today despite their respective physical disability. I grew up somewhere thinking it was my god given right to be a princess, despite my mother’s best efforts to convince me otherwise. It wasn’t until a close new friend came into my life a few months ago that this outlook began to change. I am learning a new dance; a new game; a new social existence frankly. To my young brothers and sisters who are disabled and have convinced your parents that you are less capable then you actually are (yes people this is possible and DOES HAPPEN) so parents hear me when I say your kids can dance more then you realize, and kids please start dancing early so it’s easier to figure out the physical logistics of things. Like use your braces now because when you hit adolescents’ things do GET THAT MUCH HARDER! So I hope you dance.
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