Disabilty and inclusion

Don’t be afraid of change!

Sorry it’s been a while since my last post!

This post is quite a ‘humble pie’ post for me to write! When you are disabled there is a sense of uncertainty and sometimes anxiety about everyday life. For example are people going to be there to get you up in the morning? Are carers going to show up? The everyday stuff that able bodied people take for granted!

When I get settled for instance I don’t like change, I have missed so many things because I get scared of the uncertainty of the future. I have even lost people extremely important to me because of fear! If I had one more chance at happiness and to do all the things I regret not doing then I would take it! For instance I would not care what people thought and be with the person I love! I would face all the meetings all the stress because the outcome would be amazing! I would tell everyone that didn’t like it that I was doing it anyway because being happy and loved is more important than anything! When you find someone special hold them very close because one day they may not be there anymore. If I had one more chance with someone I would never let them go and fight for a ‘brightside future’ once again whatever it took!

The point of this post is to encourage you to say yes to everything no matter what the fear is because I assure you it will be worth it in the end if you just believe in yourself and the people that love you!

Don’t waste another second being fearful and just embrace what could be the best thing you have ever done!

Remember love, happiness and joy conquers all!

Next post will be in 2019!

Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

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