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Dear Parents,

Parenting is probably one of the most controversial topics in society… But I’m gonna tackle this one the best I can.

I know I’m not a parent but here’s my perspective. 612 more words

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Life after Guillain-Barre Syndrome ..... Parking on the Handbag Shelf is Strictly Prohibited!

One of the things I’ve found most frustrating since becoming disabled is my lack of independence. I can no longer just pop to the shops if I want to buy something. 1,014 more words

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Life After Guillain-Barre Syndrome ..... Spelling the Hind Legs Off a Donkey!

I’ve seen on various forums people asking advise on how to help patients in Intensive care who are paralysed by Guillain-Barre Syndrome. It’s a valid question and I know that my family and friends also questioned this. 691 more words

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Wheelchairs As Props...

I recently read an article involving disabled characters in movies who are not actually disabled and it got me thinking.
No. Actually. I’ve thought about this on multiple occasions. 471 more words

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Life After Guillain-Barre Syndrome ..... Available in sizes 8 - Wheelchair!

When I was discharged from hospital I was provided with a brand new wheelchair. At the time, in my excitement to finally be released from hospital after 6 long months (I never thought I would empathise with prisoners!) I didn’t look at the size and weight etc, I was just grateful to be given one. 580 more words

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Where's your heart?

Today is the International Day of Acceptance.
Many of you may not know what that means. Many of you have probably never heard of it. 301 more words

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Home Gym VS. Gym ...or does it really matter???

When I tell people that I am a Beachbody Coach I often hear something back like, “Oh I could never workout at home.” That’s fine, but most all of the people telling me this also do not workout at a gym. 708 more words