Your will power is the biggest weapon. If you set your mind at it, nothing can pull you back. Because we all derive strength from inside. You are powerful Reply
15 responses to “What being a person with Disability taught me”
Your will power is the biggest weapon. If you set your mind at it, nothing can pull you back. Because we all derive strength from inside. You are powerful
Thank you so much for your support and understanding!
First of all, kudos to your strong willpower. You know we all this power within us, and you have already awaken that power.
Coming to the facilities and our attitude towards people with disability, then yes, I agree. People don’t have to show them sympathy but respect their individuality and do not make them feel that they are lacking something. In terms of facilities then, from your experience, there shouldn’t be a need to ask for the wheelchair. It has to be there already.
Thank you for empathizing!
I hope you are recovering well. yes, we feel helpless and suffer from many emotions ( anger, depression), when some sort of physical issues, impact our daily routine and activities. I really liked your positive sprit and wishing you a speedy recovery.
You are so strong Dr Preeti and I hope that you are recovering fine now. Indeed every physical challenge brings across many other challenges too,and we really need to have a stable attitude as per the situation.
hank you, yes I was lucky to be recovering unlike many out there struggling with their disability.
Nothing is impossible if you have a positive attitude and great willpower..this is one article I loved reading today!!
Thank you so much!
Your experience surely teaches us a lesson to be empathetic towards disabled. Every unit should have disable friendly environment where all can enjoy the facilities. I think it is far sighted approach, but surely things are changing.
Ys, it was an eye-opener for me and imagine people having to go through for ever.
Get well soon. This too shall pass. It is sad that India is such a vast country, yet we have no proper facilities for the disabled. In my travels in Mexico, I have seen ancient people travelling with their families. Wheelchairs and ramps are mandatory everywhere.
Yes, thanks a lot for your support!
Absolutely love your spirit here. Hope you’re making a speedy recovery. I could draw a lot of inspiration from your post thanks for sharing this
Thank you so much