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Annie – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

Annie – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

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I think trying to be mindful of what I couldn’t feel anymore. I would get really frustrated, “Oh, I need to move my leg,” you know, just remembering you’ve got to bring the rest of you with you, it’s not just going to come. ... Show More

I think trying to be mindful of what I couldn’t feel anymore. I would get really frustrated, “Oh, I need to move my leg,” you know, just remembering you’ve got to bring the rest of you with you, it’s not just going to come. That was the hardest because I would get frustrated sometimes, and like, I would hit my legs. When I got frustrated and aggravated trying to do something and my mom would always come and say, “Stop, I love those legs, don’t do that.”

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Annie – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

Annie

Injured in 1998 at age 12, paraplegic
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I think trying to be mindful of what I couldn’t feel anymore. I would get really frustrated, “Oh, I need to move my leg,” you know, just remembering you’ve got to bring the rest of you with you, it’s not just going to come. That was the hardest because I would get frustrated sometimes, and like, I would hit my legs. When I got frustrated and aggravated trying to do something and my mom would always come and say, “Stop, I love those legs, don’t do that.”

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