What would you tell someone who is newly injured?
I think when you start this journey, with a disability; it is a big change in your life. There are some challenges that we go through. But I think the most important, probably, is that you’re not the only one going through those challenges. We’ve all been there. We’ve all done it. It does get better. It doesn’t seem like it’s going to but it does get better. I think it’s a big trial and error, where you really want to experiment with what did work or hasn’t worked and revisit things that didn’t work in the past. But revisit them because it might have just been a bad day or it might not have been the right time. So my first thing I would suggest is don’t give up and always try more and more and more and revisit the other options you have already tried.
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