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Are our experiences Good or Bad?

"It's hard to say." - May be a wise response.

This Video encourages society to take a more open attitude about disabilities.

Despite how things in life might first appear, our experiences may be blessings.

As a mother of a daughter with a genetic condition, Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome,

Heather Lanier questions societies assumptions about what makes a life "good" or "bad."

She challenges us to stop fixating on solutions for whatever we deem not "normal", and instead to take life as it comes. Praising individuals who may don't see differences as problems to fix. Who may acknowledge limitations but they also see strengths and celebrate others for who they are.

The goal is to simply to promote independence as much as possible. To fulfill ones potential. However that may look.

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Offering Counselling in Caversham, Emmer Green, Sonning Common, Henley, Whitchurch, Sonning, Woodley, Reading. I am MBACP registered and offer counselling for children and young people, adolescents, teenagers and adults. Counselling loss, grief, bereavment, eating disorders, depression, stress, anxiety, low self-esteem, low confidence, chronic illness, relationship issues, family issues, obesity, anorexia, bulimia, PTSD, phobias, low mood, gender identity issues, sexual issues, sexual abuse. I counsel from Caversham, Reading. I am a therapist working in Reading. Integrative counsellor, integrative therapist, psychodynamic counsellor, person-centred counsellor, child counsellor in Reading. 

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