Karly’s Muscular Dystrophy makes a lot of activities more challenging so we have to do different things. That does not mean these things are not fun they are just different Shopping at the mall with Karly is very different than it would be if I were to shop with an abled person. There are many … Continue reading Shopping With A Disability
Happy Valentine’s Day! Some of you may be going out for a nice dinner with your spouse because of the holiday. If you are disabled, you may get depressed because you don’t have anyone to share this day with. I will show you some things you can do for Valentine’s Day if you are single and … Continue reading What Can You Do On Valentine’s Day If You Are Disabled And Single?
When you have a disability, there may be more things you fear than an abled person. A lot of the time when you have a disability there is more you are unable to do for yourself so you may fear more things. I will share with you some of the things I fear because of … Continue reading What Are My Biggest Fears
When you are disabled it is harder to make friends than if you were abled. People with disabilities, are judged before you even have had a conversation with them. A lot of the time an abled person will see a wheelchair and judge that person. I will share with you some of my personal experiences … Continue reading Do You Struggle To Make Friends Because Of Your Disability?
Over the course of my life, people have said a few rude remarks that some people may find helpful but actually, it’s very insulting. I will share with you some of the remarks that have been said to me over time so you can avoid saying these things. You should consider speech therapy-I have a … Continue reading Rude Remarks People Have Said To Me Because Of My Disability
Pretty much all of my friends are disabled but it is not because I have something against abled friends. It is because I click better with the disabled and have had a couple bad experiences with abled friends. I will share a few things on why having abled friends is tough. Unsympathetic when running them … Continue reading Why Having Abled Friends Can Be Difficult
Happy Father’s Day! On my Mother’s Day post I highlighted some of the responsibilities that my mom has a parent but she didn’t do it alone my dad helped! My dad may not drive me around places like my mom does but he does many other things that I couldn’t do for myself. Although both … Continue reading My Dad: The Most Incredible Man I Know
Hello! Welcome to my blog. My name is Sarah. I am a 25-year-old girl and I have Spina Bifida. For those of you who don’t know, it’s a birth defect in which the bones of the spine don’t form properly around part of the spinal cord. Spina Bifida varies from person to person and it … Continue reading A Little Bit About Me
When you are abled and then suddenly you become disabled it can be a huge adjustment because there may be a lot of things you have to relearn. This may cause you to become depressed because what was easy before is now very difficult. I have been disabled since birth so I will give you … Continue reading Advice For The Newly Disabled
Some of you may be unaware, but October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month so I am going to educate you on some of the challenges I face while living with Spina Bifida. Imagine every time you wanted to walk you had to find where you put your crutches. I completely rely on my crutches to … Continue reading Life With Crutches