The Upside of Down Times Book Review
I found something to be grateful for when a copy of The Upside of Down Times by Lisa Ryan arrived unexpectedly in the mail. Eagerly, I devoured this book in less than a day, and renewed my commitment to keeping a gratitude journal, and to showing my gratitude to others.
Performance Anxiety and Advocacy
Increasingly, I have opportunities to speak to others about neuromuscular disease. In the past, I sometimes experience performance anxiety before or during speaking, but I have been learning to manage my stage fright.
Gratitude and Neuromuscular Disease
Take the time to cultivate thankfulness. Then, express gratitude to others. Not only will you enhance your own wellbeing, you will brighten another person’s day as well.
Balance and Neuromuscular Disease
While everyone knows about the “five senses” – sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch – little attention is paid to another of important sense, the sense of balance, unless problems develop. Many of the neuromuscular diseases affect balance.
What is proprioception?
While most student learn about the “five senses” in grade school, fewer students learn about an important sixth sense, proprioception. Proprioception involves the sense of where one’s body is in space, and is closely related to another important but often overlooked sense, one's sense of balance.
History of Voting Accessibility in the U.S.
Voting in elections remains a fundamental right, privilege, and responsibility for each U.S. citizen. In the past, polling places were not always easily accessible to those with mobility issues or other disabilities. Today, federal laws require that polling places be accessible.
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