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adults means a better sense of relating to my world

I have written a lot about my childhood and self-acceptance but I have also noted that the experiences of my life are shaped by how I have grown up relating differently to the world around me or at least this … Continue reading

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what I wish I knew?

An interesting topic has come to my attention that I can’t think of an answer to but I thought I would write about it here. The question posed to me was is there anything I wish I’d known about as … Continue reading

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lets see how fast we can go

remembering a story from childhood “Releasing me at the top of the ramp my chair raced down, hit the snow bank at the end of the ramp which sent the front wheels further into the snow and then me flying face first into the snow” Continue reading

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I hope you dance!

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. if you like my content why not help me … Continue reading

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I’ve had a lot of questions from readers.

The other day when I asked for help coming up with blog topics for this blog time and time again people were asking about my childhood.  What specifically would you like to know?  if you like my content why not … Continue reading

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