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Kenny – What’s important for family and friends to understand?

Kenny – What’s important for family and friends to understand?

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It’s actually quite funny, with one of my friends he always asks, “so, how are your legs?” And with my level of injury, it’s not just my legs, it’s the whole hands and everything, and I don’t think he understands the permanence of a spina... Show More

It’s actually quite funny, with one of my friends he always asks, “so, how are your legs?” And with my level of injury, it’s not just my legs, it’s the whole hands and everything, and I don’t think he understands the permanence of a spinal cord injury. And he is always asking, and I know he means well, but I just wish he could understand that, well, for one, legs aren’t my number one priority. But yeah, there’s a lot more to it than just not being able to walk.

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Kenny – What’s important for family and friends to understand?

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Injured in 2014 at age 20, quadriplegic
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It’s actually quite funny, with one of my friends he always asks, “so, how are your legs?” And with my level of injury, it’s not just my legs, it’s the whole hands and everything, and I don’t think he understands the permanence of a spinal cord injury. And he is always asking, and I know he means well, but I just wish he could understand that, well, for one, legs aren’t my number one priority. But yeah, there’s a lot more to it than just not being able to walk.

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