Donna Seebo Radio Interview

Donna Seebo Radio Interview

Newsflash—We’ve had some great reactions to our recently published book, Every Scar Tells a Story, and as a result received an interview request to be on the Donna Seebo Radio talk show. Click to hear how it went!


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Valentine's Day Proclaimed All Hearts Day

Valentine's Day Proclaimed All Hearts Day

Rather than solely honoring lovers on Valentine’s Day (2/14), I encourage a celebration of ‘All Hearts Day’; A day for those with life partners to celebrate their romance as well as inclusion for those without in a manner which cherishes and loves them as millions are on this marked holiday.


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Waiting on the Rehabilitation Miracle to Cure My Disability

Waiting on the Rehabilitation Miracle to Cure My Disability

Recently, I underwent major surgery (knee replacement) and while I was in inpatient rehabilitation, I noticed a pattern I had often seen in business, but didn’t expect to observe while my knee was getting a heat treatment in physical rehabilitation.
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We the People...Getting Back to Democracy Post President-Elect

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, ensure domestic Tranquility … If our forefathers who wrote the constitution could witness the insanity of the 2020 Presidential
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10 Things to Love about Having a Disability - National Disability Awareness Month

10 Things to Love about Having a Disability - National Disability Awareness Month

It’s National Disability Awareness Month and here’s the top 10 things to love about having disability (at least mine): 1. I love that I’m so memorable; you never forget the handicap gal you met at the party.
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I Have a Dream - National Disability Employment Awareness Month

I Have a Dream - National Disability Employment Awareness Month

It’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month and I have a dream. It’s where individuals with disabilities have an equal seat at the conference table, not above, or below, but equal.  Not a seat where chairs are rearranged for a wheelchair to fit, or a seat where co-workers are distracted by wanting to pet the service dog sitting quietly at their master’s feet, or the seat the disabled applicant quickly vacated because the interviewer decided they ‘weren’t a fit’ based solely on their disability.


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Disability Author Inspires Ableism Blog

Disability Author Inspires Ableism Blog

Hey, it’s my first post as a blogger (although I’ve written plenty of stuff in the past), my mission with these posts is to positively influence the world we live in by empowering all to rise above the hurdles standing in the way of their success.
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Bookstore Soon to Open!

Bookstore Soon to Open!

Hey, you can subscribe to my blog here; dedicated to empower readers to rise above hurdles in the way of their success. Be it pearls of wisdom, persistence, or ableism that is shared, like a good cup of coffee or a fine wine, I hope you drink it slowly, savor the taste, and come back for more!
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