Now what?

Disabilities – we are never alone 🙂

When reading this it was like I was writing it in parts, the second article that has done that to me today 😮

The frustrations that come with having disabilities can be quite stressful at times, especially if we need help from our loved ones. Being married with a multitude of disabilities, #HMS #chronicpain #fibro #CFS … my husband is my carer, so I can associate with this article very much and thought many others probably can too 🙂

We often feel alone when the frusration kicks in at not having the same level of independence that we were used to and I think we should try to remember that we are not alone and can always talk to someone 🙂

Sat on my Butt

So as I have said before, I’m a wheelchair user and I have been totally reliant on a wheelchair for about a year, before that I could manage to get about at home on crutches and use the chair when we went out and for many years before that I was on crutches.
This has resulted in damage to my shoulders, wrists and hands, the carpal tunnel is slightly problematic but I can cope with it and my shoulders flare up every now and then and now is that time. I have been told I have something called impingement and when it fully flares up its bloody painful and restricts movement of that arm.

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So today I am well and truly stuck, up the Creek without a paddle and I am going to be truly reliant on my wife for help and I hate being like that. I can only…

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