If it happens that you have any physical disability which is permanent you do not have to feel like it is the end of life there are things that you should know which will help you embrace your new life and accept it and live it fully just like you did live it before the disability situation.
You should give yourself enough time to grieve all the pains that the physical limitation may have caused you as you allow yourself to feel the pain of the things you have lost like independence and being not able to complete your future plans after feeling the pain with time you will learn to let go and accept that the life you are living now is your new life and you will move forward. No matter how hard it may be to accept the fact that you are permanently disable and you are going to live like that for the rest of your life it is very important to find a way of how you are going to accept it and this will truly help you live a full life despite your physical limitation.
It is good to join a support group as it will help you not to feel the loneliness that you might be feeling and you will be able to open up to the people in the support group as they will understand you more because they are just like you and they are in a better position of knowing what you are going through which is a good thing because you will know you aren’t alone. Asking for help will enhance both your physical and emotional progress also it will make you be more brave and in return your life will be less difficult and you will be encouraged to live a full life as you will be receiving help from people around you.
Be in a position to know what your hobbies despite your physical limitation meaning you should find something that you can make it be your hobbies and you can be doing it to distract you from thinking that your life is different from the people around you who are not disable which may make you feel like giving up in life. When you educate yourself on the rights that you should have as a disable citizen it will make you feel more empowered and know that you have regained your independence which you thought you have lost and you will live a full life despite your disability.