What You Hold On To, Holds On To You

By John Maclean I became an incomplete paraplegic at the age of 22, because of a road accident. Running was the thing I loved to do most in life and it was taken away from me in a split second without warning or consultation. Meeting the man…

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The Accident That Changed My Life (Part 2)

Click here to read Part 1. By Margaret Westley My optimism carried me through the extent of my six week hospitalization. Life in a hospital is far from easy, but amazing medical care, family, and friends supported me through multiple surgeries and challenging rehabilitation therapy. However, optimism…

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The Accident that Changed My Life

By Margaret Westley Getting run over by a bus during Freshman year of college had not been part of my plan. I came to New York City to attend a small liberal arts school to study Sociology with hopes of becoming a social worker. Second semester had…

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