If You Never Take Your Shoes Off At The Beach, You Will Never Be Able To Walk On The Hot Sand.

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  1. This is so good – I can totally relate to what you’re saying! PT: Can you love it and hate it all at the same time? Yes, the process is tough and some days it feels like you’ll never achieve what you’re working towards, but then, like you said, I look back at where I was and how far I’ve come, and I’m so grateful for ridiculous little things I used to take for granted, like being able to walk with a cane, as long as the ground is smooth. Sounds silly, but 3 years ago I couldn’t even stand, let alone walk, even with a walker. Hooray for progress! And a huge thank you to all those PT’s who stick by us, even when we’re reluctant to be pushed “onto the hot sand.”

    1. TBI definitely teaches you to appreciate your health! As well as to look for and appreciate small victories! People don’t understand who haven’t lived through it, but now even the smallest things are progress! I don’t care if my progress comes in little tiny steps, as long as it keeps on coming. Thank you for your comment! I appreciate it!

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