Obstacles do not block your path, they are the path

When I was in high school, I was overweight, weak on a wheelchair. If you saw me then compared to now my face changed. I was so scared to do anything to my face so I depended on others. I was an easy target, students called me ugly, retard and spread false rumor about me. It was horrible, my family believed the rumors. I felt like everyone was against me. I use to like sitting on my mom’s friend swing just thinking about what if I never had my incident, where would I be? I felt like an embarrassment for my family, I even posted on Facebook”When my mom had my life in her hand, why wouldn’t she let it go doesn’t she know I am hurting in the inside now.” Talking about my feeding tube and coma…I wish I had met someone like me to tell me when I was going through all of this that everything is going to be alright,  just hang in there. Now there is a person like that, I am that person.

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Author: officiallythyda

My life was heading in the right direction. I was liked, I had so much friends, I was talented. Then on July 19, 2003 a vessel burst in my head and I fell into a 3 month coma. I woke up and was layying on a bed, in an empty room. I heard Beep Beep Beep! I heard a cry and moved my pupils to find my mom crying looking out the window. What happen? I couldn't talk or move my body. I found out I was in coma, I was at the hospital. Waking up was a mistake, why did god choose me to be handicap and noone else? I leave the hospital still so weak on a wheelchair, I went through so much to be where I am today. God knows what he's doing, be patient Right now I inspire a good amount of people. I go to Planet Fitness, I go to the gym with my wheelchair, the trainer or someone put weights on my chair and I walk around the gym with it. Life is so good, everything happens for a reason. Follow me!

3 thoughts on “Obstacles do not block your path, they are the path”

  1. Ah….I’ve had two Cerebral Aneurysms. The first was unknown to me and it burst. The craniotomy was painful but my coma was only 3 days. That was 22 years ago. It was rough. I’ve used a wheelchair and occasionally still do. My balance is not very good and I forget words when I am tired. It changed my life, took away so many things I loved. I made it through and found the happiness within. It is a daily struggle but worth it. Keep going!

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