Speaker on Attitude Freedom First my severest foe and then my biggest ally in the rehabilitation process was my Attitude. I’m often sharing what I think or believe about Attitude, so, depending on how much of my work you’ve already read, I’ll either start or carry on by citing the extreme example of Psychiatrist Dr. […]
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Have you ever faced a debilitating fear? Have you ever worked through a disabling challenge when it would have been easier to quit? Have you ever needed change so bad that you could avoid the challenge no longer?
To be done with fear, to have confidence, we must do the thing we think we cannot do.
Negativity is an Addictive Disease We all know it, but people with disabilities see first hand how negative thinking kills acceptance, courage, gratitude, the list goes on. No one can afford negativity! (more…)
How do you rebuild? The challenging core of the change that required me to rebuild was the ominous unknown. (more…)