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Life Finds A Way: The Power of Adaption in the Face of Disability

Updated: Jun 11, 2023



" You don't have to be in the boxing ring to be a great fighter. As long as you are true to yourself, you will succeed in your fight for that in which you believe." MA


Living with a disability can bring its own set of unique challenges. From physical barriers to social exclusion, navigating the world with a disability can be challenging. However, I've learned that adapting to these challenges can be incredibly empowering. By finding new ways to approach tasks and activities, I've discovered a sense of resilience and self-confidence that I never knew I had. In this blog, I want to share my experiences and insights on the power of adaptability for people with disabilities. Whether you're struggling with a disability yourself or simply interested in learning more, I hope you'll find inspiration and practical tips on these pages. Let's explore the power of adaptability together!


Doing laundry on my hands and knees and showering on the ground may seem daunting and uncomfortable. Still, it's a daily routine that requires the utmost determination and resilience. It takes a certain mindset to push through the physical strain and discomfort, but the feeling of victory and accomplishment after completing these tasks is worth it. No matter the circumstances or limitations, The ability to persevere and overcome the challenges of daily life is a testament to the human spirit and the power of the mind.


It takes a lot of courage and determination to face a diagnosis with no cure. I was told by a neurologist in 2011 I would need full-time help and be wheelchair-bound by the time I was 50. Still, I persevere! It's easy to let those words consume you and give up hope, but I choose to fight. I decided to believe I would overcome those odds and am doing just that.


It's important to remember that science can only predict so much. It can't account for the human spirit and the power of determination. I hope to live my life as an example. I push myself daily to prove that I am more than my diagnosis. I am showing myself that anything is possible and that I am a better, kinder, loving human.


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Keep fighting, keep striving, and never give up.

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