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EBreedlove

Fayetteville, Georgia
I'm Erin, a college student and an undergraduate music therapy major. I also have cerebral palsy and hydrocephalus, and I aspire to attend medical school upon graduation. In medical school, I hope to specialize and complete a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. It is my hope that... Full Bio
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Pain Management and Medical School by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As a medical school candidate, I will be so excited to finally be able to calm myself down because my pains and soreness will all make sense. Not that I don't appreciate ... Read on »
Happy Groundhog Day! by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities A friend sent this lovely poem to me this morning, and I thought it entirely appropriate to share with all of you! Groundhog Day Celebrate this unlikely or ... Read on »
Medical Musings on Monday by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I'm very, very pleased to announce that every Monday here at Empowering People and Changing Lives will hold some medical musings. These will come in the form of updates re ... Read on »
The Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As I'm sure many of you have seen if you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, I have a newly established goal. This is a dream that has really never come to the forefront of ... Read on »
Look Over Here! by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities The lovely Janis of Sneak Peek at Me has asked that I guest post over on the kidz blog today, so I'm writing over there. I'm hoping this starts a trend of weekly posts wi ... Read on »
Life Shouldn't Be An Orthotic by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Those who have been reading for a long while may know that I wear orthotics. As defined, orthotics are "orthopedic 'appliance[s]' designed to support, straighten or improve ... Read on »
Pain Relief and Remedies: An Ongoing Cycle by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As a result of my having the challenges that are associated with cerebral palsypain is a hugeimmensely important aspect of my life. Oftenmy pain causes a bit of self-cons ... Read on »
Dreaming of the Day by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities For awhile nowa reader who contacted me via Facebook, and I have been communicating regarding the things that we have in common. The power of the blogosphere is more than ... Read on »
Music Therapy's Thankfulness on Thursday by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Though my last post didn't do the joy that I feel in this field much justicethere are little things that show themselves each and every day that remind me that I couldn't ... Read on »
A Letter To Expess My Current Feelings...and a plug by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Because I don't have time for a specific blog post (but there are more in the queue for the weekend) at the momentI will leave you with a letter. Names have been changed t ... Read on »
First Week in MT by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Since declaring a music therapy major back in OctoberI've slowly learned that things will work themselves out. On Monday at 12:30I further learned that nothing worth doing c ... Read on »
Inspire. Engage. Encourage. by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I've often thought about the things that I see in music and in music therapy. Those things which inspirethose things which engageand those things which encourage. Insp ... Read on »
My Sweet Elijah by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I have a very special friend who needs your thoughts and prayers. His mom and I have become great friends through Twitter and Facebook. Elijah was born wi ... Read on »
Resources! by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities You might remember that I posted a call for resources a few days ago. Nowthere's an even easier way to submit your suggestions to Empowering People and Changing Lives. Sim ... Read on »
More Little Ditties from the Sweet Little Piece of Mail by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities After the initial excitement of receiving my CD on WednesdayI whipped it into high gear in terms of therapy and how I was going to use it to help myself. Firstas I men ... Read on »
Sweet Little Pieces of Mail on Thankful Thursday by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities YesterdayI didn't realize that someone from my house had gone to the mailbox. In the back of my headI knew something was comingbut I didn't expect the thing to come so soo ... Read on »
A Huge Thank You by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Remember when I told you about Brave Hero's surgery? That sweet little Brave Hero that he is (and his momthe beautiful Tammy) are featuring me today over at Praying for Pa ... Read on »
Wordless Wednesday: Amazing Acapella by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities If you follow me on Facebook and/or Twitteryou've seen this. But can we all agree that music therapists get to hear some pretty neat things at conferences? What k ... Read on »
Call for Resources! by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities If you have a wonderful resource that you feel would be relevant to the readers of this blogplease leave a comment on this postor feel free to e-mail me. I'm in the process ... Read on »
Life...As I Know It. by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I haven't the timevery oftennor the circumstanceto vent about being a college student affected by a disability. Todaythoughhas been a different story. Though I would much ... Read on »