Accepting Who You Are After Spinal Cord Injury

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Brittany Déjean
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Written by
Brittany Déjean

“The faster you accept yourself for who you are, the better off and the happier you’ll be.” This is excellent advice whether or not you have a disability.

Aaron truly understands what it feels like to lose a lot. Having gone through a depressive state after his spinal cord injury, it’s natural to have negative feelings after enduring a trauma like that.

“There will always be a time you feel like you lost everything…but you just have to overcome that depressive state and…love yourself,” he shares. Aaron has done that and he couldn’t be happier. He has dealt with his biggest fears and has stretched himself to the limits.

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