“My dear friend, clear your mind of can’t.”

~ Samuel Johnson

About DAP

I am a heart transplant recipient and these are my stories and thoughts. My desire is to assist others pre or post heart transplant in anyway possible. Please feel free to contact me if you have a question.
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4 Responses to Can’t

  1. says:

    Yes, “can’t” is borne many times of fearing what may come next, even if it’s something that we crave, such as making a positive change.

    Sometimes we feel safer if we don’t budge from our present spot.

  2. I don’t ride motorcycles. I don’t do anything that risks another TBI. I can do anything I want, but what’s worth the risk. Can’t isn’t in my vocabulary. I am so lucky to be able to do what I can do and acknowledge that isn’t the case always and feel that saying I can’t do something is unfair to those who literally can’t walk, talk or do other “normal” things.

    • DAP says:

      A great way to look at life! Protecting yourself simply means “won’t”, and I totally understand that. After we’ve been through a traumatic health event, there can be some “wont’s” involved. ❤

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