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reddivine

@reddivine

Fantastic! I tried to share this but the link didn't work. Will deff try again!

karynb

@karynb

Good one! This lady has it right. We don't stop being everything we are because of something we get.

DJDsouza

@DJDsouza

People always tell me how good i look. I just tell them I know!

pottypete

@pottypete

I'm too sexy!

boodle06

@boodle06

I feel exactly how that lady felt at the moment & I hate feeling like it. I'm hoping one day I can actually think in a more positive way about it all but I'm not there yet! Lovely post x

pottypete

@pottypete

On a night out the other week, whilst on my crutches clanking around a pub with friends, a woman came up to me and said... "My, aren't you a gorgeous hunk of a man!" I don't think she realised the true effect this had on me and my psyche. It was such a great feeling, at a time when I was very low. The effect is still reverberating about me now. It's so nice to be still considered attractive, whilst obviously disabled.

MrsHawk

@MrsHawk

I love her posts. I totally relate to feeling like a patient, not sexy and like there is a big MS stamped on my forehead ... It's time for me to get me back

lightningduck

@lightningduck

<a href='https://shift.ms/community/people/pottypete/' rel='nofollow'>@pottypete</a> "I'm...too sexy for MS....too sexy for MS...too sexy for MS....to sex-y"