There's honestly so much to say about relationships specifically within the context of disability. Right now I'd like to focus in on the term "interabled." Yes, that's actually a term people use. I've come across it many times on social media, particularly both Twitter and Instagram. What does it mean? Well, interabled is used to… Continue reading What Did You Call It?
Today I feel compelled to talk about love and being in love. We can all agree that being in love can be a beautiful, profound feeling. I can say with certainty that love in the conjunction with my disability is still a wonderful experience. What I want to say is really important: I don't think… Continue reading About Love
Kiss Me, I’m Spastic
Source: Pinterest Let me start by saying that my type of cerebral palsy is called spastic diplegia. The spastic part refers to spasticity, which is a reflex resistance to passive movement of the limbs and is noted by difficulty in initiating or controlling muscular movement. The di- in diplegia denotes two, in this case two… Continue reading Kiss Me, I’m Spastic