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Assorted Truth-isms for Life & Learning

Ideas that get widely circulated:

90% of what you teach is who you are. Becomes more meaningful when you think about the lessons that were not part of the lesson plan. 111 more words

Abusing the Disabled

Matthew Berdyck has written several blogs about being disabled. By his lying and then stalking people online and over the phone, Matt has discredited many legitimate concerns for the disabled. 102 more words

Bags of Bones

Hmmmm…this broken body…that has battled fibromyalgia and PTSD since the early 1990’s, multiple sclerosis and a whole lot more since 2006….actually made it to 48 years old today. 358 more words



I was the one who taught you to

who taught you to

we were

around and through

We were disney films… 197 more words


Living Trust management can change on disability

This column first appeared in the SA Express-News and on MySA.com on February 12, 2015.

Dear Mr. Premack: My father set up a Living Trust years ago with his attorney and financial planner. 723 more words


Wicked Wednesday: Unexpected

‘You’re a freak. And, fuck it, no man will ever fancy you. Not even Jesus!’

Francesca Martinez, What the **** is normal?

Until age nine, I believed in Santa.

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Why I Don't Use People First Language: A Brief History of My Relationship with the Language and Disability

I am going to be clear up front, this is NOT a condemnation of person first language or the people that use it. I always endeavor to refer to people respectfully which includes using their preferred labels. 1,008 more words