I beat Cerebral Palsy. — I can offer helpful suggestions for you and your family.
I was diagnosed at birth (at 1-year-old?) as having Cerebral Palsy. As you know, CP does not affect intelligence — but it DOES affect your ability to move normally — and that affects how you are perceived in the world. You are labeled … as physically deficient — and therefore “less than.”
Not only does this labeling affect the child, but it becomes a terrible burden on the family — even when the family loves that child and wants to do the best for him or her.
Unfortunately, my family put me up into foster care, which was not so helpful.
But I have been re-writing my story about what I was born with. I chose to find out all the ways I could recover from this condition — and beat the label of .. physically and mentally deficient. I have found healing methodologies for both body, mind and spirit — and I’m here today, able to walk like a normal person, learn, write, type and interact with others like a normal person.
Now I am preparing to share my Cerebral Palsy success story with others to give new hope — and results — from the tools — and the vision — I used for myself.
I am ready to launch my message of Hope — with upcoming tips — for Overcoming CP — in a big way.