If you or a loved one lives with a disability, be sure to give this article a read – it’s from Melissa Blake, who lives with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome.
“I was born with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, a rare genetic bone and muscular disorder. I’ve lived with its ups and downs all my life. It’s become a part of me. But, it’s not all of me. I’m not a person with a disability. I’m a person living with a disability.”
We found this incredibly inspiring and wanted to share it with you here today. That small difference in perspective is nothing short of empowering.
Be sure to read the full article at PsychologyToday.
“There’s no reason that you can’t overcome those bumpy obstacles along your path and come out smiling on the other side. I did.”