Can you imagine living with the knowledge that something as simple as meeting a friend for lunch could put you at risk for physical injury, triggering past trauma, or the humiliation of not making it to the bathroom? Any one of those events could prevent you from returning to work for the afternoon, which would cut into your income and damage your reputation as a valuable employee.
“Ma’am,’ the nurse gently touched my arm. “It can be…disconcerting to feel magic leave the body. A lot of people say it makes the last moment worse.”
I know you are busy, and I know there are never enough hours in the day, but in this case, stop multitasking and stop rushing, sit down with your client and ask them questions to gather the info you need. Be polite, be specific, and be on target. This is not carte blanche to grill them, it is your opportunity to learn.
Couples therapy is a place where individuals who have committed to intertwining themselves attempt to unravel knots between them. It can serve a lot of purposes, but one of the primary purposes is that it shows each member of the couple areas in which they need to grow.
It is conceivable that, with the advance of screen reader technology, mass availability of electronic material, and shift to a paperless society the future of blindness is the elimination of Braille entirely. It may truly become unnecessary. Reading may become a purely auditory activity, and spelling learned for the sole purpose of writing (or, rather, typing).
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I lost nine months’ worth of training time. How much of Greta’s lifespan have I lost because her body is simply more worn down than it should be at her age?
Most of my daydreams are pretty positive. But every now and again I think about just how weird my life could get…
Whenever a blind person enters a new profession these are the questions we have to consider.
Do you look at me like I’m incapable of crossing a street safely without your guidance? Or like someone who builds universes out of daydreams?