|Relationships can continue inspite an injury in a Car Accident.|
SEATTLE (ESTRA) - Living
life normally is disrupted temporarily or permanently after a car
accident. It’s certainly a time of
confusion, pain, suffering, and most times financial loss. These hardships may affect relationships with
family, friends, co-workers, and any other people you meet after a traffic
collision. This tragic situation can be
used to strengthen relationships rather than become overwhelming for either of
Stepping back and reviewing the situation brings focus and remedies to
difficult issues. Honest communication
along with patience goes a long way in providing personal growth and bonding. The balance of your relationships may have
temporarily changed, therefore may require adjustments going into the
future. One thing is guaranteed in life,
which is changes in circumstances. One
must make the decision to come out better on the other side of this
unforeseen course detour in life.
investments in relationships takes time, energy, and active participation. However, when recovering, you may take this
time for yourself in order to get better.
Yet, relationships are an important part of your life, too. Therefore, learning to adjust with this new
situation, and viewing this from a positive perspective may create a renewed satisfaction
with the relationship by an increase of trust, assistance, and working together
through your ordeal.
Relationships involve people who assist
us in our recovery, who face the challenges with injured, and make journey to
restoration easier. Communication with
these individuals first starts with understanding your own experiences and
what they mean to you. If knowledgeable
on condition, progression, and length of time to restoration or
transition, sharing this with those around you helps them to learn the
process and tools they may need to help you, but also themselves through
Why is it
when one looks or acts differently. they are discounted? First impression, can indeed be
deceiving. Yet, an open mind perseveres,
opening doors and a greater understanding of ourself in additon to others. Whatcha see isn’t always what
you get, each person’s composite of physical or mental makeup cannot always be seen
or immediately understood.
know a person will provide insight to make better relationships. People with different perspectives can
provide growth opportunities that may enrich your life in ways you never
dreamed of, even car accident situations.
learned early in life, may need to bediscarded, and a new mindset and frame
created. A mindset allowing evaluation
based on content of character, integrity, and respect. The saying, you can’t judge
a book by it’s cover may have merit if you give it a try.
stem from old caricatures developed for someone else’ best interest. For generations, Afro-Americans have be
placed into many of these boxes. Unfortunately,
there are still many out there, but it is also easier today, to be judge on
your own merits, when given a chance.
disabled relationships any different than others? In my opinion, no. You have people coming together, and looking
for a connection that makes life better for both of you. And that is what counts. I suspect when disabled are giving the same
opportunities as many in our populations, the stereotypes will decrease, and a
clearer, more honest, picture of the disabled will emerge.
has strengths and weakness that make up our skill sets. The question is, which are your preferences?
Thanks for visiting.
Be sure to leave ESTRA your comments today, and come back again real soon!
Copyright 2013 – 2017. All Rights Reserved. Sunlight Publishing, LLC
Thanks for visiting.