I Can Still Walk in My Dreams
Often I’d rather dream than face reality. I reflect on this most mornings, when the sun rises enough to turn the sky pinkish-blue and my eyes flutter open. Typically, I wake up on my left side and have to…
Matthew’s life doesn’t look like he imagined it would, back when he was an active Cajun boy. After he was diagnosed at age 9 with Friedreich’s ataxia, he slowly lost hope in his own capabilities. He eventually achieved a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in mental health counseling. Writing a column at Friedreich’s Ataxia News and serving as the culture coordinator of its parent company, BioNews, combines his two degrees perfectly. He now pays attention to life’s small, often overlooked successes. In progressive disability, Matt tries to notice his little victories, hoping that others notice their own … or something like that.
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