Day 8 Apraxia Awareness Month: Learn Something New

It's not 'new,' but it is "Relatively new." I've learned that I would not be who I am today if it wasn't for Apraxia. That's a tough one to admit. I recall being so frustrated as a child with all the obstacles- making friends, bullies, and literally fighting to be understood.

But at the end of the day, as an adult, I can now come to terms with what I've learned on the Apraxia Journey made me the woman I am today.

The one who works extremely hard and knows that doesn't guarantee success (but it gets me closer to it), the one who values socializing with anyone I bump into, and ensuring that all advocacy is meant to make future generations capable and strong in their own journeys.

So, what have you guys learned recently?