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Terrific, funny, very deep message when you got through laughing. I thought about my attitude toward individuals with disability and prognostications all the way home.
Dr. Bern Graney Dept of Rehabilitation
Springfield College-New York
You were insightful, wise and funny. Our students were very impressed.
Graduating class of 2006.
St. George Parish School
You touched many lives on October 17th, mine included. Thank you for the gift of laughter that you provided. You are an inspiration and received rave reviews from all in attendance.
John W. Andrews, Executive Director
Brain Injury Association of Washington
Tag Archives: fear
For some people the elephant in the kitchen is obvious for all to see.
Some people who don’t suffer a physical disability or some other evident oddity have ‘disabilities’ on the inside. They have invisible disabilities. Continue reading
Are you controlled by a disabling fear? Who or what are your authorities? Change your authorities by changing your priorities.
Thirty years ago, during my initial years of rehab, my biggest disability wasn’t my paralyzed leg and arm or my inability to control Continue reading
Laughter is the great equalizer. It’s easy to like someone who makes you laugh. If they make you laugh at what was once a source of pain, your affection is doubled. And if, while laughing, you feel like they can truly understand you, is your affection turned to admiration and even trust? Continue reading
Inspirational Resolutions Have you reflected over the last year and come up with a set of goals you want to achieve this year? Did you come up with a set of goals that stretch you and yet are not so … Continue reading
Speaking about Facing Challenges, Together Have you ever been forced to move from somewhere easy and comfortable to somewhere demanding and fearful? Giving opening and closing motivational keynotes at the Together We Can Conference was a privilege and a joy … Continue reading