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31 Days of SMA: Samantha Przyblyski

31 Days of SMA: Samantha Przyblyski
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Day 25 of 31 Days SMA Topic: Mindset and SMA This is @smasammysue’s story: I’m here to tell you that you can literally achieve anything you would like. You will have to be creative, you will have to think out of the box, and you will have to put in a lot of effort. Any living soul who has success knows that these are the requirements. You are in that living soul category, just Incase you forgot, regardless of abilities. I’m here to tell you that you are worthy and enough as you are. Some days you will feel proud to be disabled and other days you will curse the entire idea of it. Lean into both. Your story was written before you got here, trust yourself, you are on the right path. Be the young version of yourself that knew no limitations, stereotypes, or the cruel ways of the world. Find your why. Share your perspective as it might be the map for another human struggling to follow. Don’t lose yourself to what others think you should be. Your weird is what makes you perfect for this world. I’m telling you that you can do hard things because I have done them myself. I went to college, I got married, I lived in different cities and states, I worked as a cytotechnologist, I had a baby. All of it was hard. All of it has been amazing! Don’t sell yourself short! Find your people to help make your journey possible and go do it! You deserve to live the life you’ve always wanted! #SMAAwarenessMonth #SMAAwareness #31daysofsma2020

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Kevin is a writer, podcaster, and lover of all things pop-culture. Diagnosed with SMA Type 2 at the age of 18 months, he shares a vast array of hilarious and eye-opening stories from his life with a neuromuscular disability. In addition to his weekly columns, he works as the Director of Forums for this site’s parent company, BioNews. Kevin is a graduate of North Carolina State University and lives with his parents in Cary, NC. People regularly mistake him for Tony Stark, on account of his intellect and advanced technological equipment.

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Kevin is a writer, podcaster, and lover of all things pop-culture. Diagnosed with SMA Type 2 at the age of 18 months, he shares a vast array of hilarious and eye-opening stories from his life with a neuromuscular disability. In addition to his weekly columns, he works as the Director of Forums for this site’s parent company, BioNews. Kevin is a graduate of North Carolina State University and lives with his parents in Cary, NC. People regularly mistake him for Tony Stark, on account of his intellect and advanced technological equipment.

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