I feel that one biggest problems in dealing with personal caregivers, you can never be honest about how you feel. If you tell your personal caregiver they are not your friend, they act all wounded, but when you act as their friend you must have an attachment disorder. Don’t ever tell your caregiver that you get lonely, because they will look at you like a sexual criminal.
Please check out my friend’s website, he wants to bring able body and disabled together.
I guess occupational therapy it’s not going to be able to help me, so I guess I’m on my own. I’m so tired of hitting these walls, everytime I try to do something good. I just want to be a little better, I’m not asking for miracles. Professionals in the healthcare field don’t want to deal with people with chronic conditions, like cerebral palsy.
This is one of my favorite poems that I’ve written.
I finally got myself a GoPro knockoff camera it looks like it will be easy to mount almost anywhere. Hopefully I will be able to show more of my daily Triumphs and pitfalls. I want you to know everybody struggles with something. Even though we may not share the same struggle, we can still help each other along. I want to thank you all for being patient with me, because I know I’ve been a little getting this blog started. I know I don’t have many readers, but I hope that will change in the future. I’m not an expert at adaptation, but who is? I’m just trying to make a difference.
By Dr. Perry, PhD “Most people would rather be certain they’re miserable, than risk being happy.” ~Dr. Robert Anthony 1. Spend money on experience, not things Happy people tend to spend money on experience more than on things. Of course, there are daily necessities that we need in order to function. But, at the end of the […]
Happy New Year to all my readers.