Accepting & Acknowledging Mistakes-
Firstly, it has come to my attention today that I may have behaved inappropiately in a post or two so if that is what's occured - that was never my intention so I wanted to apologise to all of you that I offended
I met online a person on here actually today named Rebecca Grant (bexx87) and in our first moments exchanging comments > it was pretty clear that I was being called out for my mistakes on HealthUnlocked and Becca was hell bent on putting me in my place which she did and I appreciate her for it.
So again, if I posted something on a Post or made a comment on someone's post that was interpreted as unfair and/or offensive - I AM SORRY
Rebecca and I continued our chat in private using 'Chat' on here and after learning what she has accomplished in her 29 years, I am whole heartedly impressed and I admire her.
Many of you out there on HealthUnlocked may feel like your life will no longer amount to greatness because of your injuries. You may feel that your story as you wanted to tell it, ended the day of your accident/incident. Take one look at bexx87's story and her post accident mind-blowing achievements and it WILL make you realise that you're the captain of your own ship and if you put your heart & mind in it, you will find your greatness.
Rebecca was involved in a road smash when she was only 13 years old. She, like many of us, suffered severe brain injuries and as a consequence could not like me; walk, talk, feed herself just to name a few setbacks, but she went on to earn 9 college qualifications and has an impressive CV that rivals the most successful.
Her story is not just uplifting and full of hope, but also a stark reminder that a Brain Injury does not have to be our full story - just a part of our lives.
THANK YOU Rebecca