Date: March2017

Words by Julie - Living Life With Paralysis

No judgement

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No judgement

I had coffee with a dear friend of mine this morning. We griped, we laughed, we talked about our successes and our failures. Making and taking the time to sit down and just hash it out over a steaming mug of Les’ cappuccino is always a good way to start a day. It was a […]

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Red cord equals red face

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Red cord equals red face

This is the new physio system (top of the line, state of the art) at Glassier’s Physiotherapy in Wingham. It is called RedCord. Ask anyone who has used it (able bodied or otherwise) and they will tell you it is tough. It is obvious from the look on my face how hard I am working […]

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#beboldforchange

#beboldforchange

On Friday night we attended the Inspiring Women in Huron Awards dinner. I had been nominated by my friend Selena and I asked some of my Huron County friends to join us. I truly cannot express how lucky I am to have relationships with so many strong women. This makes me think of how thankful […]

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One step closer to normal

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One step closer to normal

A long time ago I wrote about a conversation that I had with the partner of a fellow Parkwood patient. Her take on our collective new situations was  “the only way there, is through”. This past week, after getting home from Parkwood, I had a lightbulb moment. An enlightening, life-reaffirming sign reminding me that I […]

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