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This is my 2nd story in what will be my first collection: Collection 1: Love and Loss. The first is The World That Was Opened. This is not a sequel to that short story. Again, open interpretation, so feel free to post yours and comment. Thank you!
Short Story | Updated Feb 12, 2014 | Reads: 37 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This was an encounter I had with someone who felt the need to proselytize to me in an odd way.
A mother who loses her child, and she has no proof of her child ever existing. So since she has no proof, no one believes her child was even alive, or that she even had one at all.
By Elton Camp
This refers to Social Security disability fraud which is epidemic in the USA
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Read this personal account of my struggle for survival after the electrocution that took place at work in 2002.
My real life story of becoming a mother of a special needs child and overcoming the odds!
Stephanie and Amy were best friends and extremely creative; they were dedicated to their art so much so that they went up into a hellicopter to get aerial shots of the landscape, despite Amy's fear of heights and flying? But what happens when something you are so afraid of comes true? Can you...
This is kind of a journal describing my life. It is not done yet an I don't ever suspect it will be. It doesn't really have a plot, but I think it's worth reading :)
Please read and tell me your thoughts, it will help me feel less alone,
She is a sister, best friend, orphan, paraplegic. He is a musician, prescription medication addict, self-harmer, parolee.
A head on collision left Anna Vera recovering from a major spinal cord injury that has left her a paraplegic. Parentless and determined to walk again so she can care for...
By Sasha Normand
A woman finds she can still learn when she meets a boy many decades her junior teaches her to see a world she never thought she would.
The problems with having a learning disability.
A life changing parent-teacher interview
By Sandy Appleyard
Diagnosed with Scoliosis at age twenty three, there was little doctors could do to help her. She was faced with daily discomfort or pain, fear, and not knowing what future complications the medical condition would bring. The author illustrates to the reader what the last twelve years have...
Not everything is academic in university...
A short and true, albeit humorous, guide to hunting the disabled, especially those in wheelchairs.