Lara’s Story: Look at Your Ability Not Disability

So tell us, what’s your story?  My name is Lara Bertetto-Bauman.  I am 37 years old and have a form of Muscular Dystrophy called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Type II.  It is a neuromuscular disease that is progressive.  I had a total spinal fusion with Harrington rods when I was 7 and have used a

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Not Working Wasn’t An Option for Athena

I never kept track of the number of broken bones I had growing up as a small, fragile child with OI, (Osteogenesis Imperfecta). Perhaps thirty fractures in all, but that would only be a guess. I do know I spent a good deal of time recovering from those fractures and the surgeries designed to make […]

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physical disabilities

Internet Marketing Professional with OI

Audacity Magazine is searching all over the world to hear the stories of people with physical disabilities. We have a voice and it deserves to be heard. We took a moment to catch up with Richard Alcantara, an internet marketing professional with over 8 years of experience working in affiliate

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Boost Blog Traffic

Jon Morrow from Boost Blog Traffic

Almost two years ago, I met Jon Morrow at NMX in Las Vegas. He was the only speaker at the conference with a physical disability yet, he doesn’t write or speak about living with Muscular Dystrophy. It takes a back seat in his life. Having physical disabilities shouldn’t stop us from pursuing

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Bobby Flay

Bobby Flay Mends My Broken Heart

  Last Thursday, Anthony and I went back to the scene of the crime, Bobby’s Burger Palace. You can read all about the day Bobby Flay broke my heart here on this  link. With your help, our concerns reached Bobby Flay’s people. We met Bob Mundell not Bobby Flay but that’s ok.

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Bobby Flay, You broke my heart.

Bobby Flay Broke My Heart and Maybe the Law

Let me say this is one of the saddest posts I have ever written. I’m a huge Bobby Flay fan. Recently, I made a brunch for a friend and used Bobby’s Italian Homemade Potatoes. They were delicious! “Bobby” was the name I used whenever I had to make an example of someone for my middle […]

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Jeremie Phe Thomas Phenom

Ten 4 Life Movement with Jeremie Phe Phenom

Let’s face it. As people with physical disabilities, we have it rougher than the able-bodied community. When I hear able-bodied people complain about having rough lives, I roll my eyes and literally roll away. I have no time to hear these whiners. As people with physical disabilities, we can’t shake

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Nathasha Alvarez Latina Diva On Wheels

Are Physically Disabled People Accepted In Your Tribe?

    There are times when several thoughts come together at the right time. This post has been incubating in my mind for about a month. It started with one news event, a few personal experiences and a recent Facebook post. Now, I think I am ready to give it birth without lashing out at […]

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Niki Preston is the Two fingered gardener

The Two Fingered Gardener Blooms All Year Long

My name is Niki Preston, also known as The Two Fingered Gardener. I was born with Phocomelia so I have two fingers on my right hand and a tiny little one on my left arm. Both my arms are short and do not bend at all and just for good measure I also have dodgy […]

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