Some individuals forget who they are, but some people embrace who they are from within and accept themselves — that’s when your world will transform.
The taboos that people feel, the hang-ups they have with their bodies, it all starts with loving themselves.
I don't see sex as just physical, but also spiritual and emotional.
Once you’re paralyzed and you’re not as physical as you used to be, you wonder if your partner is going to yearn for what he had before.
That’s my journey.""You have to love yourself first. Women who become disabled, we’re in a society that teaches us that being a woman is being beautiful and sexy and graceful and full of poise.
So as soon as you become disabled now you cannot move or walk or sashay.
If I ask you right now when’s the last time you saw a movie with a disabled man or woman in a loving relationship, you probably couldn't think of anything.
There isn’t that image of a woman in a chair being sexy.
There wasn’t anything out there that gave you that idea.
I think in most people’s minds, if you’re paralyzed they're wondering 'How can they have sex? Sexual intimacy is something that's extremely important to me.