Sunday, January 28, 2018


Thank you Steven Furtick. Getting real honest. I am wondering if the "normal" image I so sought to project as a child was the right move. Because now I am dealing with Cerebral Palsy rearing its ugly head in more ways than one. And when you have tried to be normal for so long, now asking for help has been more frustrating than ever.  And when you feel like when one can't see your disability it gets harder to explain why you need help.
Just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's there.


  1. You hit the nail on the head. Disability comes in all types and when you seem "OK" to others doesn't mean you are. Maybe it's me, but I think people want to help when they can and sometimes they don't know how to ask, perhaps don't want to infringe on what they consider your independence or privacy. Take a deep breath and go for it. I hope you'll be surprised.

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  3. I think each day you get to decide what you need help with and who you need to help.

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