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Jamie – What was your greatest fear at first?

Jamie – What was your greatest fear at first?

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My greatest fear was—I’m smiling now because I’ve conquered that fear—but my greatest fear at first was I didn’t know if I would ever be able to have children. That was like my first question to the neurologist, I was like “can I have kid... Show More

My greatest fear was—I’m smiling now because I’ve conquered that fear—but my greatest fear at first was I didn’t know if I would ever be able to have children. That was like my first question to the neurologist, I was like “can I have kids one day?” And I was 17, I didn’t, you know I wasn’t even thinking mom-hood. But in my brain, I was like, “okay wait, if I’m paralyzed can you still have children?” because I knew one day I wanted to be a mom. And so, he said “yes,” and I was like, “alright, let’s do this.” Like I was just, I was okay with it from that point on. 

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Jamie – What was your greatest fear at first?

Jamie

Injured in 1993 at age 17, paraplegic
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My greatest fear was—I’m smiling now because I’ve conquered that fear—but my greatest fear at first was I didn’t know if I would ever be able to have children. That was like my first question to the neurologist, I was like “can I have kids one day?” And I was 17, I didn’t, you know I wasn’t even thinking mom-hood. But in my brain, I was like, “okay wait, if I’m paralyzed can you still have children?” because I knew one day I wanted to be a mom. And so, he said “yes,” and I was like, “alright, let’s do this.” Like I was just, I was okay with it from that point on. 

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