I’ve come a long way with that one and I believe that my husband – I can give credit – to reminding me that everybody has bad days. It is very easy when you are a quadriplegic, or when you are in a chair, that you want to kind of point your fingers and say I am having a bad day because I’m paralyzed. Or I am having a bad day because I’m a quadriplegic. And when my husband will step in often times, if he hears me, alluding to that – he will say, no – you’re just having a bad day cause it is a bad day. Simple as that. So, I think it is very important that we remind our self that everybody has bad days. It’s not always associated with the chair or our paralysis. It could simply be just a bad day. It’s part of life.
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