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

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

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Having enough time in the day. It’s definitely harder because it does take Ryan longer to do things, and so everything that we want to do together is just going to take a little bit longer. So, we just have to be better time managers basically. And... Show More

Having enough time in the day. It’s definitely harder because it does take Ryan longer to do things, and so everything that we want to do together is just going to take a little bit longer. So, we just have to be better time managers basically. And then give ourselves space to, if that doesn’t work out the way we want to, or we’re late, just kind of be like, “okay, well, I guess that’s just how that’s going to be.” And it’s setting expectations for ourselves too, that just helps us kind of navigate the time constrains of having a spinal cord injury and having a spouse with a spinal cord injury.

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

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Partner or spouse injured in 2015 at age 25, quadriplegic
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Having enough time in the day. It’s definitely harder because it does take Ryan longer to do things, and so everything that we want to do together is just going to take a little bit longer. So, we just have to be better time managers basically. And then give ourselves space to, if that doesn’t work out the way we want to, or we’re late, just kind of be like, “okay, well, I guess that’s just how that’s going to be.” And it’s setting expectations for ourselves too, that just helps us kind of navigate the time constrains of having a spinal cord injury and having a spouse with a spinal cord injury.

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