How To Keep Moving Forward When Life Sets You Back
How do we keep moving forward when life sets us back? Sometimes it takes a little while for us to get over our disappointment. It has taken me 6 months to come to terms with this video so I can share one of my most humbling and vulnerable moments with you. I have had Multiple Sclerosis for 25 years now. I know I have told you that I have re-defined MS as Modified Swagger but I have never actually shared video of my swagger with anyone until now.
I was at Obedience class with Jackson in September 2018 and our fantastic trainer Shari Morin-Murphy was taking video of us walking our dogs in between other dogs/owners. The only way I could pull off this training exercise was by using my walker. Although part of me was mortified and upset that I had to use a walker, the other part of me was grateful that I could still walk at all. I was walking like a sloth and dragging my feet behind me but I did it! We ended up celebrating this moment as "A Dose of PositiviDee."
Even though I am mobility challenged, I refuse to let MS stop me from living life to the fullest. Yes - It has taken a while for me to come to terms with the fact that I need to use a walker and a wheelchair but now I am trusting and accepting myself for who I am in this moment. I even went for a photo shoot with Sandra Costello and took my wheelchair and walker with me so she could capture my true spirit and some "Brave Moments."
I have learned that if I stay positive in my most vulnerable and humbling moments, I inspire other people to keep moving forward when life sets them back. Life is going to challenge us but we have the power within us to persevere.
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"A Dose of PositiviDee" starring Dee DiFatta features episodes that will bring you smiles, laughter, inspiration and motivation. By being authentic and sharing the camera with her dog, she keeps things positive and helps re-define perspective. She may be challenged with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) but she has a feisty spirit that has helped her re-define her character and she is helping others find love, light and laughter one video at a time.
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