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

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

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I think that I have adapted to the wheelchair. Getting from here to there, sitting, doing weight shifts, and taking good care of my skin. I’m okay with that. The way that I manage my bladder and all of that, I’m okay with that. I still don’t li... Show More

I think that I have adapted to the wheelchair. Getting from here to there, sitting, doing weight shifts, and taking good care of my skin. I’m okay with that. The way that I manage my bladder and all of that, I’m okay with that. I still don’t like digital stimulation to empty my bowels, but I stay healthy, so I do it.

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

Pete

Injured in 2004 at age 33, paraplegic
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I think that I have adapted to the wheelchair. Getting from here to there, sitting, doing weight shifts, and taking good care of my skin. I’m okay with that. The way that I manage my bladder and all of that, I’m okay with that. I still don’t like digital stimulation to empty my bowels, but I stay healthy, so I do it.

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