Dear Younger Self, You will discover very early on just how strong God made you. Your 20s will have lots of bad days but the good days will certainly outweigh the bad ones. You will meet LOTS and I repeat LOTS of amazing people who will touch your heart in very special ways. You… Continue reading A Letter To My Younger Self.
If there was one thing that was very evident from the BBC interview/programme is that I come from a life of privilege. My experiences of being disabled in Africa were completely different to those of the other guests. Whilst I spoke of attending private schools in Harare and studying in Australia, my fellow guests on… Continue reading Accepting My Privileged, Discriminated, Minority Identity.
A couple of weeks ago a friend and i got into a little argument over what to call a project we are working on. The project is to do with disability in Zimbabwe. He did not want to include the word “disability” in the name of the project yet i was adamant that disability should… Continue reading Acceptance Part 2.
"In human psychology, acceptance is a person's assent to the reality of a situation, recognising a process or condition often negative or uncomfortable without attempting to change it." Throughout my life up until this year, the one thing I struggled with the most with regards to my disability is this concept of acceptance, acceptance of… Continue reading Acceptance.