I’m so honored to be published by The Mighty! This is a dream come true for me.
Can I ask for a favor? Post your comments directly on The Mighty’s site, under the article. It will help get the discussion going. I look forward to hearing what those four words mean to you or your child.
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Wow! The Inquisitr picked up my story and it went viral, appearing on many websites! It’s so nice of them to use my rock climbing video, don’t you think? My big butt is famous! And, Kim Kardashian thinks she broke the internet? Seriously, I do all of this to raise awareness for SDR so more adults and children can get new legs. I’m thankful that my hard work is paying off.
Here is my feature story on Good News Network. I’m thankful for this opportunity, as it helps raise awareness for SDR. This is so exciting! Please share and help spread the good news about SDR. Thank you for your support. :-)
Thank you to Daily Concepts for featuring my story in honor of National Cerebral Palsy Day! I continue to share my story so that more adults adults and children can benefit from SDR. I celebrate my two-year SDR Anniversary on Sunday! Thank you, Dr. Park!
Click on the link to read my Huffington Post article: World Cerebral Palsy Day 2014:’Change My World in 1 Minute.‘ Please share the link on social media. Click on the link to post your comment below the article. Thanks!
Remember to wear green on October 1 to show your support for World CP Day. :-)
My article for The Huffington Post: A Childless Woman’s Thank You to Jennifer Aniston really struck a chord – 7,000 likes and counting!
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Depression is real. My article for The Huffington Post: Depression Is No Laughing Matter is my personal story.
Please share the link on social media and comment on it (by clicking on the link and posting below the article). Let’s get rid of the stigma surrounding mental illness. If you need help, reach out. You are not alone.
If you are in crisis, visit the National Suicide Prevention Helpline or call 1-800-273-8255 24/7.