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How Do You Prepare Your Blog For Surgery?

How Do You Prepare Your Blog For Surgery?

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I struggle more than most people because of a condition I have called Spina Bifida. The media has wrongly portrayed the disabled community for many years which makes disabled people face all kinds of discrimination. My hope is to help you better understand what it means to be disabled and what it is not.

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  1. Jenna Breunig

    Take care, okay? Your health comes first and everything else is just extra. I hope the surgery goes well and that you’re able to recover quickly.

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life

      Yes health always comes first! I’ve probably have had thirty surgeries throughout my life so it will be long but everything will be okay.

      1. Jenna Breunig

        Wow, thirty is a lot! That must be so difficult. May I ask how you cope with all the medical stuff? Both my sister and I are downright terrified of needles, so any tips and tricks would be welcome.

      2. My Rockin Disabled Life

        Yeah, having a lot of surgeries is unfortunately something that can happen with Spina Bifida! I need blood work or something I usually bring headphones and put on some of my favorite tunes, as a distraction which helps get my mind off the pain. You need to distract yourself in some way or what your going through will seem terrifying!

      3. Jenna Breunig

        Usually, my dad helps me, especially because there’s usually crying and a risk of collapsing when needles are involved… I don’t do well at all. I’m lucky because I’ve only needed surgery once for wisdom teeth removal.

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