In this episode, I get to delve into a topic that I've always been curious about, and a group of people that I feel are misunderstood, and miss treated. My guest wants to remain nameless, but she tells her story of what it's like to be homeless, disabled, and battle mental health, and abuse by multiple people. She's a brave person, and she shows you how easy it is to get caught up in life, and how a few circumstances can change your whole outcome. So please sit and listen to her tragic story, but also appreciate the things that you have in this life that a lot of others don't. Hopefully you also learn to never give up as she will not.
In this episode I do something different, instead of interviewing my friend Raven we just have a nice long discussion about our journeys in the workplace, inclusion in the workplace when it comes to people with disabilities, and how far we have come by getting our own places.
In this episode, I get to talk to another new friend named Morgan. Morgan is a woman who fights every day, with the realization of constantly looking over her shoulder for what's next. She's had cancer seven times and lost multiple parts of her body due to the C-word that plagues the world. Morgan is not only brave but a perfect example of no matter what life throws at you, you can still make it.
In this episode I sit down and talk to a very inspiring man named Phil, Phil is from derby England, and he is a perfect example of how a certain mistake can change your life. though he made a mistake, what he has done since that mistake is what's really remarkable. Phil is not a guy that you can do fine with just a few words, he has a guy that we should all look to when we're going through our problems and we forget to appreciate everything we have.
Phils Facebook group https://m.facebook.com/groups/nodisjustabled/permalink/231519331837232/
In this episode, I sit down with my friend Shane and we have an inspiring conversation about how quickly you could mess your life up by certain decisions you make. Shane is a guy in a wheelchair by his own doing, but each day he still lives his life to the fullest and showing you how little limitations should matter in a person's life.
His YouTube channel ishttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCITsIS62ilOo_Bf6JgE-Sqg
In this episode I talk to my friend to tylia, she is a very inspiring person who made me feel a plethora of emotions during the episode, but overall she made me learn more about appreciating life and everything I actually have. She is a woman with cerebral palsy, but if you think that defines her, then you don't know her well enough
In this episode I get to sit back and listen to an amazing story by my new friend Rob Farlow. Rob is a man who has been through a lot in his young life, but nothing has stopped him yet. In this episode you will hear him discuss his service overseas, his duties as a correctional officer, his tragic family losses, and how he became paralyzed, and how he is dealing with it today.