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Freedom From & Freedom To What does freedom mean to you? For me, a disabling motorcycle crash survivor, freedom means not being in the bondage of depression, fear,  resentment, memories of the past or fears of the future. To me, freedom means being free from any Attitude that can disable my ability to live in […]

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Disability Services

Speaking at Cornerstone Services Saying that having a Winners Don’t Quit Attitude helped me face fearful challenges through my over 30 years of rehabilitation is only partially true. The other part of the truth is that rehabbing from a disabling crash is what gave me a Winners Don’t Quit Attitude. Sharing my acceptance, resilience and […]

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Can Having a Hero Help? People are starving for the inspiration to climb a little higher, even if disabling obstacles demand all they have. Look around, inspirational books and speakers, energy drinks, personal trainers and health clubs are making huge money. Motivated, goal oriented, people want to reach their potential. I want a hero  because […]

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Invisible Disabilities

Are Invisible Disabilities Invisible? How do folks motivate themselves to persistently accept an invisible disability? Where does that kind of resilience come from? What is an invisible disability? An invisible disability is a condition that impairs the one who has it without being readily apparent to others. For example, the physical consequences of head injuries […]

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