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  • Introduction

    November 30, 2019 by

    Curious to know what life is like as a teenager in a wheelchair? When I go outside, most of the people in wheelchairs that I see are either elderly or adults, and there don’t seem to be many blogs out there on the internet about how experiencing normal teen issues like puberty and school can… Read more

  • Fun Wheelchair Facts and Stories

    November 22, 2020 by

    Since I’ve been busier than usual this week, I decided to write a fun post where I shared fifteen, short interesting wheelchair facts and personal disability stories to put a smile on your face and show you what it’s like to be a disabled teen: . My first wheelchair was pink and had a picture… Read more

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9 thoughts on “Home

  1. I just loved you post on lifesfinewhine! I was trying to follow you here but it won’t let me put in an email. I clicked the box below here, maybe that will do it. Anyway, I’ll try again tomorrow to follow you. I think you have a great writing style with great subject matter. Keep up the good work!!

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  2. I read your guest post just a few minutes ago. You’re doing an amazing job of speaking out loud! Don’t ever stop, the world needs to hear your story too. What I loved the most is your idea of creating cartoon characters you can relate to, now that is genius!

    All the best on your blogging journey.

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    1. Thank you! I have had a lot of fun creating my disabled superhero team and hope that something can become of the comic in the future. I really appreciate your encouragements, I’m not the bravest person in real life, so I especially love when someone tells me that they like my work because it gives me the strength I need to carry on speaking out.

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  3. I find people feel they can approach me more if I m wearing something unusual or if my hair is different, because they see that as the talking point. But it gets complex. If you do express yourself positively it can be double-edged. Some wheelchair-users feel that when they dress well , or in a way that challenges stereotypes, it can make people think they re not disabled.

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    1. Yeah, I like wearing colourful hair a lot. Not so that people can approach me more, but because I actually like multi-coloured hair. People feeling more comfortable when they approach me is a nice side-effect though. I think the best course of action is to go with what makes you comfortable – if I didn’t feel comfortable wearing unusual clothes, I wouldn’t do it for other people’s benefit. Thank you for commenting!

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