A great resource for businesses, schools, organizations, staff training and disability awareness programs. You don’t have to feel awkward when interacting with, or when you meet, a person who has a disability. This booklet provides tips for you to follow that will help create positive interactions and raise everyone’s comfort levels.
'Muscles are gross. Why do you lift weights? You'll get too big. Why do you want to get bulky? Aren't guys intimidated by you? That's kind of scary. Can you train me? I don't want to look like you though. I don't think girls should want to be so masculine.' || Break the stereotype. Everyone has a different definition beauty.
When I’m having a hard moment, hour, or day in recovery; feeling sorry for myself or angry about what a whirlwind this has been and how I was totally blindsided…..I think about how at the end of all of this, I’ll get to put on my favorite pink shoes, and do shit like this. It certainly was not the reason for surgery (you know…. the .5 cm growth of my aortic root & arch in 6 weeks was), but it’s a damn good perk.
There’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
And a barbell.
You’re amazing sweetheart
Thanks love 💝 You and everybody else are so incredibly supportive. It’s amazing.