Jennifer Bridgman

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Diantha Galli said:   November 26, 2015 1:56 pm PST
Just stopped by for the first time - love your articles and very excited about your memoir!

Aaron Toews said:   November 21, 2012 9:24 am PST
Great piece Jenn....what a story you have and what a story still to be written.

philip Hudspeth said:   April 4, 2012 4:24 pm PST
Jennifer � I just finished reading your article in New Mobility Magazine. Thank you for investing the time to share your experiences. It was one of the few pieces I have read over the years that held my interest and was well written. My wife suffered a C6-7 injury ten years ago. It has been a long journey and you captured many of the feelings and experiences that SCI brings to a family. I wish you the best in your journey. Philip, Beth, and Jack (her service dog)

David Daniels said:   December 17, 2011 12:36 pm PST
Hi Jennifer: Just want you to know I really enjoyed reading your articles in Life in Action and the Nov. New Mobility article. You are really a wonderful writer ! I have been injured for over 41 years, similar injury to Chris, as I was on a bike and I am about the same level, but I was much younger than he was. I am glad you are both active and adventurous, and have a great sense of humor. Family support, friends, and love are so important, and I know I would not have made it this far without them. YOU really expressed that so very well in your articles. Iâ??ve met quite a number of people who had a chip on their shoulders, anger, depression or, even suicidal, but you sure â??hit the nail on the headâ? in so many ways. Iâ??ve read a lot of articles over the years but again your articles were really great. I also like my friend, Ben Mattlin, also from California. Ben focus on his studies at Harvard, and business writing, and family for so much of his career, and NOT on disability was wonderful. I hope you read his writings and his commentaries on NPR tooâ?¦he has some very good insights too. I spent most of the last 40 years being active. Playing wheelchair tennis for the last 30 + years, working in both private and government service. I enjoy lifeâ?¦even though aging with a disability is no picnic, and I am not aging as well as I would like toâ?¦.see Aug/Sept issue of Sports and Spokes. I am spending too much time at doctors, and not enough time at the gym ! Enjoy your wonderful life and family and as you said, take it one day at a time, donâ??t be a control freak, enjoy each day. Hope you and Chris also viewed the recent PBS Independent Lens â?? A Worthwhile Life (history of disability rightsâ?¦again much in your area of California). Keep up the good work. THANKS AGAIN !

Jimbo said:   November 14, 2011 5:06 am PST
Most help articles on the web are inaccurate or icnoherent. Not this!

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