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James – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

James – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

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General day-to-day rehab wasn’t hard at all, because I was so determined to prove them wrong.  I mean, in my mind, for the first months, I was still going to walk out the front door.  And I worked so hard with that goal in mind, that ... Show More

General day-to-day rehab wasn’t hard at all, because I was so determined to prove them wrong.  I mean, in my mind, for the first months, I was still going to walk out the front door.  And I worked so hard with that goal in mind, that by the time I realized that I wasn’t going to walk out the front door, I had progressed so much further than anybody expected that I would.

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James – What was the hardest part of rehabilitation?

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Injured in 1976 at age 27, quadriplegic
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General day-to-day rehab wasn’t hard at all, because I was so determined to prove them wrong.  I mean, in my mind, for the first months, I was still going to walk out the front door.  And I worked so hard with that goal in mind, that by the time I realized that I wasn’t going to walk out the front door, I had progressed so much further than anybody expected that I would.

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