Monthly Archives: June 2016

Politically Correct vs. Mindfully Kind

Words matter. Words you use to describe yourself, your family, your surroundings and your fellow human being, regardless if they are a friend or a stranger. Words used to describe people matter. Why?  The words you use to describe a person can have a huge effect on that person’s psyche.[…] Read More →

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Reach Out and Connect

Many people living with a disability live unknown, lonely, isolated lives. On the flip side, there are countless individuals who would love to lend a helping hand to someone who needs it. What may surprise you is I’m not talking about a third world country you see on the news.[…] Read More →

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You’re Disabled – Live or Die?

I’m a huge fan of films. Particularly one’s with happy endings. In the film ”Me Before You,” a man  becomes disabled,  and falls in love with his caregiver. Is it a happy ending? I’ve learned there are  many definitions of that. You will have to decide for yourself. Click on[…] Read More →

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“Excuse Me, But Can You Have Sex?”

Those living with a disability are often asked the most outrageous, inappropriate, intimate questions BY COMPLETE STRANGERS! In line at the movies once, a perfect stranger asked me if I could have sex in my ”condition.” I asked if her very large breasts where real. When she gave me a[…] Read More →

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