franearr. Quem vê plena nem imagina o medo de cair que eu tava 😅 hahaha .
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Quem vê plena nem imagina o medo de cair que eu tava 😅 hahaha . . . . . . . . . . . . #boanoite #wheelchairgirl #desability #girlpower #cadeirante #lesaomedular #diversity #acreditar #gratidao #Deus #fé

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I just want to spend the rest of my life laughing... ❤️ #blessed #smile #love #Tunisian #wheelchairgirl #disabilitylifestyle #Sousse #Tunisia

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Meia-calça sim porque moramos em Curitiba e por aqui nada do #sol ☀️ aparecer... . Fugindo do clássico preto, marrom e cinza, percebemos que há muito mais cores para "brincar". E não é difícil se usarmos a partir da mesma paleta de cores usada nas roupas ou em algum tom da estampa. . Gostaram da dica? Quem aí também usaria meia-calça colorida? . . Acessórios @lizartesbijus e @imperiocampolargo • • • • • #lookdodia #looks #ootd #outfitinspiration #looksdajaquecl #modaeestilo #modafeminina #dicasdemoda #dicasdeestilo #estilopessoal #meiacalça #meiacalçacolorida #botapreta #westernboots #wheelchairgirl #wheelchairfashion #fashiongirlstyle #vaidadesobrerodas #modainclusiva #meucorpoéreal

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robertinhaoliveira. Cada pequeno passo te aproxima mais da sua conquista, portando nunca d

Cada pequeno passo te aproxima mais da sua conquista, portando nunca desista!!! 💪🏻 ♿️ E por falar em conquista, no vídeo que acabei de liberar lá no canal contei algumas das minhas pequenas grandes conquistas pra vocês! 🥰 Assistam pelo link do meu perfil e depois me contem o que acharam!! 💕

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roxyrl. \"Prove to yourself , not others \"

A pocos días de terminar el año, aú

"Prove to yourself , not others " A pocos días de terminar el año, aún hay tiempo para cumplir las metas del 2019, y plantearse nuevas para el 2020. 💪🌟 Sigamos avanzando 👏 Blusa: @metamorfosibyroxyrivadeneira #spinalcordinjurylife #spinalcordinjuryrecovery #spinalcordinjurysupport #spinalcordinjurysurvivor #wheelchairgirl #wheelchairlife #wheelchairtime

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Who inspires you to keep acting? . . That is a question that I often ask myself whenever I hit a hard obstacle or bump during my acting training. The answer is many many people, from friends and family to the amazing/talented casts that I’ve had the privilege to work with over the years. However there are certain actors in my industry that have really motivated me to continue pursuing my dream. . . One of which is this absolute legend @jamesmcavoyrealdeal 🎭 This incredible man has been on my screens for over a decade and never fails to disappoint with his unreal acting abilities! He has played so many outstanding characters but I will never forget the first time that me and my friend watched @splitmovie in the middle of the night. I was completely blown away by James’s performance of a character with multiple personality disorder and the way that he could so perfectly change accents/genders while still maintaining the dark themes of the movie. Sounds cringing but it just remember saying to myself that night “This is why I want to be an actor!”. So 3 years later I got the opportunity last week to go and watch him perform in Cyrano de Bergerac in the West End. The modern adaptation of this classic play was absolutely amazing! I was impressed with such a diverse and talented cast and the simplicity of the stage was so clever. This incredible night ended with meeting @jamesmcavoyrealdeal, the man who changed the way I look at acting 🎭🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 ———————————————————————— #JamesMcAvoy #JamesMcAvoyRealDeal #cyranodebergerac #DisabilityPride #ZebedeeModel #TeamZebedee #ZebedeeManagement #DisabledModel #DisabledActor #ScottishActor #Wheelchair #WheelchairLife #WheelchairGirl #Scoliosis #Disability #ChangingPerceptions #AbilityNotDisability #ThisGirlCan #RoleModel #Disabledandcute #ScoliosisWarrior #Nolimits #WheelchairUser #DisabilityAwareness #BodyPositive #WheelchairModel

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chronically_ry. \"WHY DO YOU USE A WHEELCHAIR IF YOU AREN'T PARALYZED?!\"
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"WHY DO YOU USE A WHEELCHAIR IF YOU AREN'T PARALYZED?!" . I think I get asked this question more than any other. I'll be minding my business out and about and I'll absent mindedly cross my legs or otherwise utilize my lower extremities and I'll hear a stifled gasp or get shot a dirty look from a stranger who doesn't know me from Adam. So Mama Ry is here to let you all in on a little known secret: Are you ready? You might want to sit down first because, NOT ALL WHEELCHAIR USERS ARE PARALYZED!!!! I know, I know, this is absolutely EARTH SHATTERING information, but I can promise you that it's true. Wheelchairs are mobility aids, but like walkers, canes, and crutches. A wheelchair is another tool that I use to help me continue to work, live a fairly independent lifestyle, and keep myself safe. I know this may come as somewhat of a shock, but I didn't just wake up one morning and think, "You know what looks fun? Using a wheelchair every day and dealing with the muscle wasting, constant stares, and general inaccessability of the world." My mobility has been on a general decline for the past 2 years or so. I started walking with a cane as needed, then moved on to using it all the time, then forearm crutches, and now my wheelchair. Without my chair there is absolutely NO way I would be able to continue working in the hospital as an RN Case Manager or pretty much any other form of in-hospital nursing. Without my chair I wouldn't be able to go to the gym and work out as often as I do. I often hear from people who feel sorry for me because I use a chair and I'm here to tell you: DON'T. My chair has given me back my independence. I can work, go shopping on my own, go to the gym, and FINALLY carry things (if you've ever used forearm crutches for anything length of time, you know how awesome that is hahaha.) For me, standing for even a short period of time is no easy feat. When I stand I can feel all of the bones and ligaments shifting in my feet to help grip the floor and stabilize my body. My knees shift and sometimes come unalligned and my left hip will almost instantly begin to shift out of it's socket with the weight of my body. (Con’t below)

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katherinevaz. Cansada, descabelada e na minha magrela ♿️ não teria foto melhor pra p

Cansada, descabelada e na minha magrela ♿️ não teria foto melhor pra postar hj. Sem filtro de efeito, só o do amor por estar aqui hoje. 🙌🏻✨〰️🌀💛🙏🏻 . . . 6 meses de vida ✨ de renovo, de batalhas e de muita gratidão a Deus por exatamente tudo 🙏🏻 . . . A vida toma rumos inusitados e imprevisíveis. Surpreende sempre. Aprende- se no detalhe, esbarra-se em términos e em recomeços, tropeça-se no próprio caminhar. No ano mais desafiador da minha vida sou grata. Grata pelas oportunidades de aprendizado, de amadurecimento, de crescimento na dificuldade e principalmente grata por ter pessoas sensacionais na minha vida. Que as vezes ficam, que as vezes se vão , que estão chegando, que levam um pouco de mim e deixam um pouco delas. Dos pequenos grande bálsamos que a vida nos dá, que aquecem o coração, que tornam o cotidiano possível e a rotina menos cinza. Que essa minha nova versão (re)construída diariamente possa encontrar com outras belas novas versões (re)construídas dos outros e que possa haver muita coincidência no acaso, muita sincronicidade no até breve e muito amor nos caminhos imprevisíveis. Que sejamos falíveis, mas verdadeiros, imperfeitos, mas carinhosos, incertos, mas doces. Em meio a tantas diversidades que a alegria, o amor e o respeito sempre se façam presentes. . . #gratitude #vida #wheelchairs #paraplegic #desability #wheelchairgirl #cadeirantes #hajaluz #bestrong #resiliencia #empatia #sincronicidade

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Ik ben super blij dat ik vandaag eindelijk eens de kans had om foto’s te kunnen maken op een industrieterrein. Ik vind oude industriële gebouwen erg mooi en helemaal omdat dit een gebouw uit de DDR tijdsperk is. Ik lig nu wel compleet ingestort op mn hotelbedje, maar het was volledig waard #nuwelspierpijn • • • #pictureoftheday #photoindustrial #blijei #superblij #wheelchairlife #wheelchairgirl #industrial #takraf #stoer #dresden #oostduitsland #indrukwekkend #inspiration #hetperfecteplaatje #trotsopmezelf #industrialphoto #city #building #architecture #industrie #inspiratie #fotografia #mijnlevenmethindernissen

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hannah_wallace11. Say what !!! A normal picture of @fabgiovanetti and I, look at us all

Say what !!! A normal picture of @fabgiovanetti and I, look at us all smiling and looking festive AF swipe across for the usual hannah and fab style of pics 😂😂🙌🏽🙌🏽 Such a gorgeous festive evening with her and @themikecavalli , compete with mama fabs cooking and watching my fave love actually and mike tolerating us being silly 😛 so much appreciation for these two, love our times together. Grateful for my boo fab, for your support and encouragement for all I’m doing. Well done Mike for allowing Hannah the angel Elf to direct your Xmas shopping I know I was a hard task master but we nailed it haha 😂 you can hire me link in bio lol ( I am joking ) On another note Fab like a few of the other people in my life works incredibly hard she’s a machine, this is a reminder to offer your support to those around us, remind them they are not an island. The power of co creative connection really does create change. Tell people you love what they are doing, share each other’s stuff these small things create and energy change. I say this because Fab is all about creating community to create bigger things, so let this be your Monday evening reminder. Thanks for the pictures mike ✨🙌🏼 #priestess #friendship #festivevibes #loveactually #magic #christmas #londonchristmas #wheelchairgirl #zebebeemanagement #blogger #selfcare #community #cocreation #selfhelp #disability #diversity #divinefeminine #findinggrace #grace #podcast #spirituality

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AD - We recently visited the @riversidemuseum with our nephew for a fun day out. It is one of our favourite museums in Glasgow as it's both wheelchair accessible and kid friendly. 😃⁣ ⁣ We always have good times on the road with @peoples_ford in our wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV) 👍🏻⁣ Looking forward to the next one! •⁣⁣⁣ •⁣⁣ •⁣ #Ford #Glasgkw #WheelchairTravel #AccessibleTravel #Travel #Accessible #DisabledTravel #TravelBlog #TravelOnWheels #LifestyleBlogger #BloggerLifestyle #UKBlogger #BloggerLife #WheelchairLife #WheelchairGirl #LimbGirdleMuscularDystrophy #autumnvibes🍁 #MuscularDystrophy #Disabled #Disability #DisabledBlogger #DisabilityBlogger #WheeliesAroundTheWorld #DisabledAndCute #WheelchairDontCare #LifeGoesOnWheels #autumn #scotland

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Reposted from @daniellability I think a lot about what a different experience it is to be paralyzed for someone who was born with a disability and someone who becomes paralyzed at a different point in life. I think about it a lot because I never want those who weren’t born with a disability to feel that I am belittling their experience. A lot of what I talk about is how I’m perfectly happy with my life the way it is, how I get frustrated when people call me “an inspiration” simply for existing, how I want people to overlook my disability, and how I hate that people think I’m “confined to my wheelchair”. But I think if I wasn’t born with a disability and knew a different way of life my attitude would be a lot different. I can’t imagine the transition from absolute freedom to being a wheelchair user. The mourning that would take place. The constant frustration of not being able to do the things you used to. The trauma that needs to be worked through. Not being used to relying on the people around you. I’m sure there are times of feeling confined instead of feeling like a wheelchair gives you freedom. I’m sure there are moments of feeling helpless and without purpose. People who have been through a situation that has left them paralyzed and still find ways to live each day with joy ARE inspiring. They DO deserve a round of applause for getting out of bed in the morning. In my mind, they have been through so much more than I have. Our experiences may look the same to the outside world, but they have overcome so much more than I ever have. My current situation is all I’ve ever known. They’re current situation feels foreign (I would imagine). So for those of you adjusting to life in a wheelchair: I see you, and I’m inspired by your strength. • • • #wheelchair #wheelchairlife #wheelchairgirl #wheelchairbeauty #wheelchairfashion #spinabifida #spinabifidaawareness #spinabeautiful #disability #daniellability #abovethechallenge #spinabifidaadult #spinabifidacommunity #wheelchairuser #spinabifidastrong #nothingformewithoutme

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shorty2e. si vreau, vreau
vreau să pot să țip
cu ochii dați peste cap
și gânduri

si vreau, vreau vreau să pot să țip cu ochii dați peste cap și gândurile în nisip...

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Happy Monday 😊 I got an early start of the week and spend the day doing all sorts of things that needed to be taken care of. Checking things of your to do list is such a great feeling and now I’m ready for a new week 😃

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teamtwila3. THIS is very well said... take a read... ❤
Reposted from @daniellabili

THIS is very well said... take a read... ❤ Reposted from @daniellability - I think a lot about what a different experience it is to be paralyzed for someone who was born with a disability and someone who becomes paralyzed at a different point in life. I think about it a lot because I never want those who weren’t born with a disability to feel that I am belittling their experience. A lot of what I talk about is how I’m perfectly happy with my life the way it is, how I get frustrated when people call me “an inspiration” simply for existing, how I want people to overlook my disability, and how I hate that people think I’m “confined to my wheelchair”. But I think if I wasn’t born with a disability and knew a different way of life my attitude would be a lot different. I can’t imagine the transition from absolute freedom to being a wheelchair user. The mourning that would take place. The constant frustration of not being able to do the things you used to. The trauma that needs to be worked through. Not being used to relying on the people around you. I’m sure there are times of feeling confined instead of feeling like a wheelchair gives you freedom. I’m sure there are moments of feeling helpless and without purpose. People who have been through a situation that has left them paralyzed and still find ways to live each day with joy ARE inspiring. They DO deserve a round of applause for getting out of bed in the morning. In my mind, they have been through so much more than I have. Our experiences may look the same to the outside world, but they have overcome so much more than I ever have. My current situation is all I’ve ever known. They’re current situation feels foreign (I would imagine). So for those of you adjusting to life in a wheelchair: I see you, and I’m inspired by your strength. • • • #wheelchair #wheelchairlife #wheelchairgirl #wheelchairbeauty #wheelchairfashion #spinabifida #spinabifidaawareness #spinabeautiful #disability #daniellability #abovethechallenge #spinabifidaadult #spinabifidacommunity #wheelchairuser #spinabifidastrong #nothingformewithoutme

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Flying on an airplane is a wheelchair users biggest travel nightmare. My best friend took this photo of me recording a live Facebook video at Miami international Airport after the Iberia airport staff refused to return my wheelchair to the door of the plane in compliance with the air carrier access act. They didn’t know who they were dealing with, LOL! After several lies and excuses on their behalf and an hour of waiting on my part, I finally got my chair back. Know your rights as a disabled passenger, and stick to your guns, always! . . . . . #omaginsiders #travelblogger #travelagent #traveljunkie #traveladdict #solotravel #wanderlust #accessibletravel #wheelchairtravel #disabledtravel #disabledveteran #disabledandcute #wheeliesaroundtheworld #realwomen #womenwhotravel #wheelchairgirl #ms #multiplesclerosis #mswarrior #mia #miamiinternationalairport #acaa #iberia

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daniellability. I think a lot about what a different experience it is to be paralyzed

I think a lot about what a different experience it is to be paralyzed for someone who was born with a disability and someone who becomes paralyzed at a different point in life. I think about it a lot because I never want those who weren’t born with a disability to feel that I am belittling their experience. A lot of what I talk about is how I’m perfectly happy with my life the way it is, how I get frustrated when people call me “an inspiration” simply for existing, how I want people to overlook my disability, and how I hate that people think I’m “confined to my wheelchair”. But I think if I wasn’t born with a disability and knew a different way of life my attitude would be a lot different. I can’t imagine the transition from absolute freedom to being a wheelchair user. The mourning that would take place. The constant frustration of not being able to do the things you used to. The trauma that needs to be worked through. Not being used to relying on the people around you. I’m sure there are times of feeling confined instead of feeling like a wheelchair gives you freedom. I’m sure there are moments of feeling helpless and without purpose. People who have been through a situation that has left them paralyzed and still find ways to live each day with joy ARE inspiring. They DO deserve a round of applause for getting out of bed in the morning. In my mind, they have been through so much more than I have. Our experiences may look the same to the outside world, but they have overcome so much more than I ever have. My current situation is all I’ve ever known. They’re current situation feels foreign (I would imagine). So for those of you adjusting to life in a wheelchair: I see you, and I’m inspired by your strength. • • • #wheelchair #wheelchairlife #wheelchairgirl #wheelchairbeauty #wheelchairfashion #spinabifida #spinabifidaawareness #spinabeautiful #disability #daniellability #abovethechallenge #spinabifidaadult #spinabifidacommunity #wheelchairuser #spinabifidastrong #nothingformewithoutme

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mariana_lira_2003. LO QUE NO DEPENDE DE TI: 
Muchas veces compare mi proceso , me pregunt

LO QUE NO DEPENDE DE TI: Muchas veces compare mi proceso , me preguntaba: " porque si ese niño tiene el mísmo diagnóstico que yo el camina y yo no?" Pensaba muchas veces que quizás esos niños se esforzaba más que yo , que quizás dedicaban más tiempo que yo a sus terapias o que incluso su deseo por caminar era más fuerte que el mío. La verdadera respuesta es que no, yo me he esforzado DEMASIADO por lograr lo que he logrado y por cumplir mi sueño pero lo realmente cierto es que todos vivimos un proceso distinto aún siendo el mismo diagnóstico y esforzándonos y deseándolo de igual forma . La realidad de la vida es que muchas cosas no dependen de nosotros , no siempre vamos a obtener los resultados que esperamos porque la vida es una constante sorpresa pero la noticia alentadora es que si bien no te da el control de muchas cosas, si te da la opción de dar tu 100% en la situación en la que te encuentres. Trabaja siempre por tus sueños, da tu 100% y lucha por lograrlo , pero siempre mantente abierto a esas situaciones inesperadas que te da la vida misma! ♿💚✨ #cerebralpalsy #cpwarrior #cpprincess #cpstrong #disability #disabledbutable #disabledbutadiva #wheelchair #wheelchairgirl #followforfollowback #disabledblogger

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