coping with staresby
at my brace. Teens sometimes look, and it’s an interesting look. It does not feel like they are being rude... of expression.
Perhaps this is one way to cope with stares. Think of it as a mini performance, an opportunity...
today’s coping tipsby
soften the look of the T bar on my brace
wear a hat–sometimes the scarf is my hat–today it’s my new pink...–scarves hide or at least soften the look of the T bar on my brace
wear a hat–sometimes the scarf...
Coping With an Invisible Conditionby
tell others you are ill or disabled. Devices include canes, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, braces... what you are really coping with.
People's understanding of illness is based...
Coping With An Invisible Conditionby
, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, braces. Most of these are used for mobility. Body appearance can be things... are just the start. Others can easily underestimate what you are really coping with.