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Minna – What was your greatest fear at first?

Minna – What was your greatest fear at first?

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My greatest fear in the earlier days of my rehabilitation was my ability to be a mom, you know, because that was first and foremost for me. You know, I was with my children all the time because I was a stay-at -home mom, and I didn’t know wheth... Show More

My greatest fear in the earlier days of my rehabilitation was my ability to be a mom, you know, because that was first and foremost for me. You know, I was with my children all the time because I was a stay-at -home mom, and I didn’t know whether I would be able to do that again and be able to make a living because my husband was the soul bread winner of our house. So, that was really fearful, you know, and I thought “if I didn’t work before my injury, how would I be able to work with a disability?” not knowing what I could actually do. And, you know, “what would my kids lose at in this process?” So, that was very difficult for me.

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Minna – What was your greatest fear at first?

Minna

Injured in 1999 at age 35, paraplegic
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My greatest fear in the earlier days of my rehabilitation was my ability to be a mom, you know, because that was first and foremost for me. You know, I was with my children all the time because I was a stay-at -home mom, and I didn’t know whether I would be able to do that again and be able to make a living because my husband was the soul bread winner of our house. So, that was really fearful, you know, and I thought “if I didn’t work before my injury, how would I be able to work with a disability?” not knowing what I could actually do. And, you know, “what would my kids lose at in this process?” So, that was very difficult for me.

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