How many of you can personally
relate to the guy up in the left corner
and wished for a magical wizard to
come and make you better?
no matter how long you wish for it is not
going to happen.
So if you want one you need to get your own.
So go get it silly you, but first I suggest that you try
using the one you already have.
Your "magic wand" is somewhere within you
but you need help finding where you put it.
That means you need
to know how
to give yourself permission to go
looking for it.
And that means you also
need a reason to go looking for it.
Then when you find it - you need
help learning how to use it again like you used to.
Which means you need to know how to give yourself permission
to use it when you do find it.
Tada --- you are the only one who can give you that
Many of you need
a kick start in the right
A small kick start is the
on this site.
It's small because the information on this site is only the beginning.
yOU have the
RE-LEARN HOW TO REGAIN SOME,
or possibly whole hell of a lot,
OF the MOVEMENT ABILITY you once enjoyed!
BUT HERE'S THE
YOU HAVE TO PUT THE TIME AND ENERGY INTO MAKING IT
return to near normal movement abilities with your ataxic
Yes, many of you can.
You simply need to know
go about it. Here's a tip.
I found the rock
where the "how" do we do it information was hiding under!
matter why your movement ability is screwed up.
It doesn't matter what the
cause of your disability might be - or is.
It also doesn't really matter to me why you are clumsy (ataxic),
the only important thing at this moment is that you are, and the only thing that
now makes a damn bit of difference is this...
what are you going to do about it!
The information on this site will work for
anyone who has some inherent ability to walk.
How is that possible you ask? The answer is as simple as the basic
information you are about to learn.
I have Spinocerebellar Atrophy and I started this site to help people with my
But then others asked me it I could also help them. So I tried. And
it worked for them too.
They had Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, Parkinson's Disease, Friedreich's
Ataxia, stroke victims, Viral Encephalitis, closed head injuries,
"normal" clumsy people...you...it
works for anyone who has use of their legs with
the ability to stand on them!
A quote from an old movie
continues to help me stay focused.
A soldier had become
blinded by shrapnel during a battle. On his return
home, and readjusting to his new life, he found that
everyone treated him as if he couldn’t manage many
things by himself anymore. After all, he was blind and
therefore...different. His new label
changed how everyone else in the community viewed his
capabilities. They intuitively knew what was best for him
and some viewed him as a burden.
Many continued to
instruct him on his limitations, what he couldn’t do
anymore and what he ultimately had to accept.
But, he didn’t listen
to them very well and continued to tell those who would
listen of his dreams and ambitions; even as they
continued to dissuade him.
Frustrated by his wrongful dreams, fearing for his
safety, and knowing that he was filled with false hopes, his fiancée
finally pleaded, “Why do you insist on wanting to do
things you know you can’t do?”
“Because I won’t know what
I can’t do until I try!”
Be that soldier!
who think they know - really don't!
we fail to try?
But we should never
simply give up!
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