Beyond Adversity

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The Perfect Solution

Survivors often face many challenges. The solution is to find affordable and existing products to compensate for as many challenges as possible. The linked video shows many products you might consider. I have no connection to the company that produces the products. I do not own stock in the company. And, I am not compensated in any way for sharing …Continue reading →

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Finding Dory

In the previous post, The Good Dinosaur, I wrote about the connection between overcoming adversity and a Disney movie that was not overtly about overcoming adversity. In this post, I am writing about a Disney movie that is clearly inline with the theme of this blog. Credits Click here to read another Beyond Adversity post. Thanks to Pixar for producing the movie; Disney for …Continue reading →

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Overcoming Fear and Achieving Success

Although I have written and shared hundreds of posts on Beyond Adversity, not a single post deals with the topic of stuttering. I haven’t intentionally avoided topics related to stuttering, I simply had nothing to say. However, I found the following video about stuttering and public speaking to be informative, humorous, inspirational, and worthy of sharing. You should watch the video even if you …Continue reading →

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Exercising with Corp Fitness

Excerpt of Article by Anna Medaris Miller | U.S. News & World Report The Chris Kaag who people know is the no-nonsense former Marine who runs a gym and a foundation with the motto “No excuses. Just move!” He’s the fitness buff who mountain bikes 8 miles every day — with a 30-pound ammo can strapped to a trailer that …Continue reading →

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We Meet Again

Introduction I think it is fairly safe to suggest everyone has at least one issue. Some people, myself included, have many issues. It is probably also safe to say many people are doing their best to overcome or compensate for the things they don’t do well or would like to do better. For example, many people (with or without brain injury) …Continue reading →

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External Memory Compensation Tools

There are many reasons why your memory may not be as good as it used to be. Reasons range from age to injury. Diagnosing the cause or degree of memory problems is beyond the scope of this post. If your goal is to understand the origin or degree of injury, please consult a doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, or therapist for proper …Continue reading →

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**** About The Author ****

During the past 13 years, I have been diagnosed with cancer, brain injury, balance issues, stroke, ataxia, visual impairment, and auditory challenges. I have overcome significant adversity! I can explain how to overcome your challenges. I am a very active Toastmaster and a motivational speaker.