Showing posts from March, 2014

How does cerebral palsy affect you?

I am so happy that I was able to write this post and publish it on national cerebral palsy day. A day where we can hope for more acceptance, also it's a day for me to remind myself how lucky I actually am. I have a great bunch of friends who are there supporting me all of the way and I have accomplished so much in my life, I love life and I have so many reasons for this. I may have bad day... But doesn't everyone! The good days will always outweigh the bad. Thanks again, hope you like it! Please check out CP Teens UK because it is a great blog which I would definitely recommend.

So here we go, Hi guys,    Most people will start off by saying their name, age and how cerebral affects them... Well I'm not. Yes I do have cerebral palsy, a name and an age. But it's not the most important thing right now. If you have cerebral palsy it can kind of become like an identity badge or a rehearsed speech about how it affects you, and normally a dumbed down way to get the point acro…

The spoon theory

Hi guys, I found something online which I would like to share with you. It's commonly known as the "spoon theory" it can be applied to every chronic illness/ condition. I think it is a great way to give your friends and family an understanding which can be shown physically and easily understood. I do not instead to take any credit for it as I didn't come up it but I feel that it should be shared. Here goes...

The Spoon Theory 
by Christine Miserandino www.butyoudontlooksick.comMy best friend and I were in the diner, talking. As usual, it was very late and we were eating French fries with gravy. Like normal girls our age, we spent a lot of time in the diner while in college, and most of the time we spent talking about boys, music or trivial things, that seemed very important at the time. We never got serious about anything in particular and spent most of our time laughing.
As I went to take some of my medicine with a snack as I usually did, she watched me with an awkward…