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Jamie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Jamie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Honestly, the number-one day-to-day problem is making myself sit up, and put my legs over the bed and get in my wheelchair. Like not because I’m scared of it or I know it’s going to be difficult, it’s just that the bed feels better. Because onc... Show More

Honestly, the number-one day-to-day problem is making myself sit up, and put my legs over the bed and get in my wheelchair. Like not because I’m scared of it or I know it’s going to be difficult, it’s just that the bed feels better. Because once I’m up in my wheelchair, I don’t stop until 11:00, 11:30 at night. And I go, go, go, and I take care, and I do this, and I do that but it’s like, “I want to just stay right here.” But I make myself do it, and it’s fine once I’m doing it. But that’s the number-one day-to-day, I just don’t want to get in my wheelchair.

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Jamie – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Jamie

Injured in 1993 at age 17, paraplegic
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Honestly, the number-one day-to-day problem is making myself sit up, and put my legs over the bed and get in my wheelchair. Like not because I’m scared of it or I know it’s going to be difficult, it’s just that the bed feels better. Because once I’m up in my wheelchair, I don’t stop until 11:00, 11:30 at night. And I go, go, go, and I take care, and I do this, and I do that but it’s like, “I want to just stay right here.” But I make myself do it, and it’s fine once I’m doing it. But that’s the number-one day-to-day, I just don’t want to get in my wheelchair.

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