Tag Archives: optimism
Let’s Stick With Right Now, Shall We?
Posted on August 2, 2013 by Cheryl Schiltz Photography
I find it strangely appropriate that my blog “The Lull” showed up when it did. It fits where I am right now rather uniquely. How about that… So, I’m going to continue a lull from the past and … Continue reading →
Posted in Acceptance, Disability, Disability Noise, Discovery, Inspiration, Lessons, Motivation, Non Fiction, paying attention, Perception, Self Help, Transition, Understanding Disability, What's noise?, Who controls disability? | Tagged brainport, Cambridge Wisconsin, cheryl schiltz, Constance Tenhawks, gentamicin, lull, madison, monumental change, norman doidge, optimism, ototoxiciity, paul bach-y-rita, perception, resilience, silencing the noise of disability, thoughtful conversation, University of Wisconsin, wisconsin | 2 Comments