I came across an interesting concept: do you ever feel like you’re doing tasks in slow-motion? This is not something I am overly aware of feeling. But I want to explore this, because I am always looking for new and interesting things to write about. Not only for me, but I hope that these unique concepts will be helpful to you also.
I feel that slow-motion is a relative term. So, when exploring this I wish to recognize that each individual may find that they see things differently as it relates to their life. Personally, for me and I can only talk about myself in this context.
Here is what I mean when I speak of slow-motion and cerebral palsy:
As with anything cerebral palsy related you have good days and your more difficult days. You have your days when things feel easy and days where things are certainly more challenging. And obviously, all factors mentioned above can lead to things feeling like they are in slow-motion. I can generally tell when I’m going to have a so called slow-motion day based on how I have slept the night before.
The problem with the so-called slow-motion days, is that they often happen on days when I have a lot going on. You know, the hectic days where you have a thousand and one things going on so generally speaking, speed especially when getting ready in the morning become somewhat of a necessity.
I am curious, who else has experienced life with cerebral palsy in slow-motion? How do you handle these days when you just generally do things slower than normal? What is normal for you in the morning how long does it generally take you to get ready?
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