Disabled and Thriving

Overcoming obstacles in an able-bodied world.

A Note For Mothers

I hope you enjoyed yesterday's words from psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini. Here's one more bit of wisdom she has to share, being a mom herself. Read More


I loved the last sentence "mom's may be disappointed but will never stop loving their daughters". I can't tell you how many times my daughter have felt LIKE they have disappointed me and it breaks my heart. I would never want my daughter to feel like that but I know she often has. Then it makes me reflect on what I said or did that my love at the moment was not shining through to cause her to feel that way.

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Melissa Blake is a normal 20-something living with an abnormal disorder.


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