What makes you smile?
I don't know quite what it is that makes this so, but it really does happen and happen daily; yet this is most definitely not something that I complain about and is infact something that really makes me happy and smile and feel extremely grateful.
Virtually all of the interaction that I have when I am out in my chair with my dog is positive and consequently restores my faith in human nature that people want to offer their help or assistance to me; however I do hear that some people are not so comfortable with this and would prefer to go about their shopping trip, dog walk or commute, without somebody offering them assistance or asking if they are ok.
People's reactions to offers of help is certainly an area of discussion that I would like to return to in the very near future, but in the meantime I welcome your comments and opinions on this subject and anything else that you would like to get off yoiur chest on our Facebook and Twitter pages. http://twitter.com/#!/DDisability http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002588247268
I'd also love to hear on these social network pages about what makes you smile, as I personally feel that when you are facing the challenges of trying to come to terms with becoming disabled, or experiencing new twists in your illness, or infact experiencing anything that tests or challenges you in your life- then it is imperative that we do our best to focus on positive and joyful things so that we can try to avoid slipping into the holes, pits and dips of depression that naturally occur along these difficult paths in life.
Well that's what I feel anyway. What do you think?
Today, the kindness and interaction of strangers has made me smile? What has done the job for you? Please join, 'LIKE' and discuss on our Facebook and Twitter pages. http://twitter.com/#!/DDisability http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002588247268