Ashely’s son Troy has an X3 of his own and it was fun to swap stories with them and hear about their adventures as well.
What is The Truth About Things That Suck?
Mindy Henderson, motivational speaker, author and coach. Living life from a wheelchair, surviving 2 devastating car crashes, lost jobs, and a host of other challenges, I have learned to navigate the curve-balls life throws at us, and now, my mission is to bring positivity to the world, to teach others how to navigate adversity well, to stop making excuses, and to see all they are truly capable of. Because…the truth about things that suck, is that…they suck. They won’t be fun, but it’s possible to have two truths that coexist at the same time…the 2nd truth is that there is a lot we can learn, a lot we can do and a lot of gifts that the sucky things bring to our lives and that empower us to make the world better. This podcast is a tool I’ve created to help us uncover those sucky, but surprisingly beautiful circumstances.
To hear more episodes about from this podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-truth-about-things-that-suck/id1533438979
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Sam and Ryan were guests on the podcast Spastic Chatter. Hosted by Whitney Bailey. In the interview they tell stories about their friendship and the off road wheelchair that allows them to visit so many places.
What is Spastic Chatter?
Spastic Chatter is a platform meant to feature stories from those in the Cerebral Palsy community. I will be getting together with individuals with CP (Like Myself) to have a kind of uncensored chat if you will about what it’s really like to have this type of disability. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whitney-bailey/support