About my blog

74_Frank2My primary goal for this blog is to share stories from my life that might offer insight and hope to those living with physical disabilities.  What I’ve learned so far is that nothing in life is guaranteed, but, if you just keep on trying, you can make things better, just so long as you don’t give up.  When it comes to our physical limitations, our minds are more than capable of finding alternate paths to success and happiness.

From being bullied to dealing with low self-esteem, the true life stories I post in the category “Living with a disability” don’t always start out happy, but by the end, I hope to show that with persistence, humor, and a positive attitude, you can turn many situations in your favor, and end up victorious.

And because I believe one must focus on the positive, the rest of my blog posts are just for plain fun: Fond memories, silly pictures, amusing anecdotes, and a few children’s stories I’ve written over the past few years.

Comments are always welcome, and if you feel someone else could benefit from or just enjoy these stories, please feel free to share.

2 Responses to About my blog

  1. Marianne Valls says:

    people with disabilities have a misconception a life with limitations starts with extra challenges. That’s not necessarily true. Each human being has their own set of obstacles to outcome. I sometimes consider myself lucky that my disability is visible. Many of our fellow human beings are in turmoil without knowledge.

    • Administrator says:

      Thanks Marianne for reading and commenting.

      I’m not sure I understand what you are saying in your comments below. Or, I simply disagree.

      You said: “people with disabilities have a misconception a life with limitations starts with extra challenges”

      Personally, I don’t think that is true. If ANYONE has a misconception about disabilities, the majority are NOT the disabled, but able-bodied people. Able-bodied people rarely have a clue about limitations, and make a big deal out of every little booboo, or problem they encounter.

      I do agree that each human has their own set of obstacles, and that many humans are in “turmoil without knowledge”.

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