HEALTHY WEIGHT EQUAL MORE INDEPANECE PT 4 (SNACKING)

I have been trying to think how to add to the “HEALTHY WEIGHT EQUALS MORE iNDEPENDENCE” series. The healthy weight series has become popular, so how do I continue the series? I have come up with several ways. I will write about whatever is becoming a battle for eating healthy; this week’s blog will beContinue reading “HEALTHY WEIGHT EQUAL MORE INDEPANECE PT 4 (SNACKING)”

HOW TO COPE DURING DARK TIMES

I AM WORTH TO SEE WHERE THIS LIFE BRINGS ME –MARIE W.O.W.C.P. In my last blog, WHEN IN DARK TIMES, I wrote about being in a dark place in yourself, which leads you to a dark place in life and how it feels to you and your loved ones. It came from someone (me) whoContinue reading “HOW TO COPE DURING DARK TIMES”

WE HAVE VOICES

A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog entitled “YOU ARE SO SMART.” (https://sixlegtoindependentlifefromawalker.com/2021/11/15/198/) The blog was about how society doesn’t see the CP community as much more than their physical appearance. If people just look past our physical being, they will see something they never expect—an intelligent, open-minded, opinionated person just like the nextContinue reading “WE HAVE VOICES”

A FEW GOOD HELPING HANDS PT ONE

The word independent is a significant word to some with cerebral palsy. The slogan of the community is “Life Without Limits.” The word and the slogan for a person with cerebral palsy and their loved ones becomes the ultimate goal is to have some kind of independence in our lives. There are four main classificationsContinue reading “A FEW GOOD HELPING HANDS PT ONE”

UNDERSTANDING HOW MY LABELS EMPOWER ME

Every culture, disability, and illness have their pride day.For the most part, in today’s media as something important to the people who are a part of them. To see these representations must give these communities so much pride to show that something that is a part of them gets recognition. As a person that triesContinue reading “UNDERSTANDING HOW MY LABELS EMPOWER ME”

A Year of Independence

It’s nighttime at my place. I look around and start to feel a mix of emotions. Having a disability such as cerebral palsy, you can only hope one day you have enough independence in your life that you can live on your own in some way. This has been my dream for so many years.Continue reading “A Year of Independence”

Facing Fear

Facing fear in the face, that’s my life. When you have a disability, you have to face fear head-on every day, wondering what the day ahead will bring.  Is my body going to feel well enough to get out of bed today?  Is it going to take the whole morning to get ready?  Am IContinue reading “Facing Fear”