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Louisa Clark has never seen such an array of medicines other than in a pharmacy. After introducing Louisa (Lou) to the apothecarial responsibilities, Nathan, the unflappable nurse, explains that the patient may need a little help in getting the medicines down.
It was October of 2012. I had just released my book, I Came, I Saw, I Sang: Memoirs of a Singing Telegram Delivery Girl. While I should have been happy, I wasn't.
Similar to many others I've met in this situation, I am neither sad nor angry. And as more time passes, it has become increasingly apparent that what I want most in life might not be evident from where I am sitting.
This post originally appeared on The Mobility Resource. It can be easy being jealous of everyone that can walk when you can’t
"All of the skills that I brought to this healing are learnable," Hale says. ""[People with these injuries] have to move
More From This Author: Expert Advice on the Importance of Self-Advocacy Having met the challenge put upon him, Hawksley’s
I don't think I will ever forget the call I received on Saturday morning, May 21, 2011. An employee of mine called me at home to tell me that Eric was involved in a serious hang-gliding accident the day before. Disbelief and sadness filled me.
1) Think about what you do have and not what you don’t have. Change is inevitable. Sometimes it’s good. Sometimes it’s bad
If Sullivan and Kasey inspire you, donate to Helping Hands below. As an athletic college senior five years ago, Ned Sullivan