Living in a “different” body or having what many would refer to as a “disability” does not have to limit life’s abundance, joy, and meaning. It can enrich and expand it to a new dimension … Read the rest
” I am only one; but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something.
I will not refuse to do something I can do.”… Read the rest
When you focus on someone’s disability you’ll overlook their abilities, beauty and uniqueness. Once you learn to accept and love them for who they are, you subconsciously learn to love yourself unconditionally.… Read the rest
Secret formula for finding Mr./Mrs. Right
- Take stock in who you are.
- Set aside your fears.
- Emotionally vaccinate yourself against rejection.
- Draw others in with eye contact and body language.
- Flirt (Make observations; pay sincere
“My prescription for liberating ourselves after any traumatic injury or illness, and to clearing the road for successful relationships is awareness of our situation and acknowledging our brokenness, our losses, our vulnerability, our humanity, and … Read the rest
#DroptheHIGHTOPS in drinking and dining establishments which result in the exclusion of people with disabilities.
Campaign by PUSHLiving.com… Read the rest
Begin your journey at PushLiving.com, with a fascinating view of people, places and things to intrigue and enlighten you.… Read the rest
“It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.”… Read the rest
The moment when you want to quit, is the moment when you need to keep pushing.… Read the rest
Everything happens for a reason: live it, love it, learn from it! Make your smile change the world but don’t let the world change your smile.… Read the rest
“There’s no need to be perfect to inspire others. Let others get inspired by how you deal with your imperfections.”… Read the rest
I think the most important aspects of a healthy sexual relationship are trust, safety (emotional and physical) and a sense of connectedness. Then I would add creativity, adaptability, and a sense of humor.… Read the rest