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    Transfering...

    is just frustrating!

    *~*~Kaisha~*~*


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    What is the level of your injury and how long?

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    it becomes second nature after awhile. dont worry, at your level you will become a pro

    Josh S.




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    Originally posted by Drew:

    What is the level of your injury and how long?
    I was originally C3 but recovered. I also broke my t4/5/6 and I can say I function like a t4 completely. 1 year and 5 months almost post.

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    Originally posted by Stevens:

    it becomes second nature after awhile. dont worry, at your level you will become a pro

    Josh S.


    I hope Josh, it's been frusrating, I am tired of falling and getting stuck.

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    Kay, at your level it'll become a breeze once you get your balance mastered.

    "You can't fall off the floor!"

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    Like Deadeye and Stevens said,it will just become second nature to you.If my c5/6 azz can do it,you can do it to...Good luck Kay,dont give in to the frustration..

    ~~If it feels good do it even if ya shouldnt,dont let people mess you around~~

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    Give it some time Kaisha, and strengthen your upper boddy as much as possible. I still try to "bull" my way through transfers sometimes, but it is much easier when you throw your head forward and take the weight off your arse. Not that you have a heavy arse!!......I'll stop while I'm ahead.

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    I am not giving up! Is just that sometimes it's really frustrating! I tried this morning again, and I did better...

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    Giving up isn't even an option!!!! You'll get it. Are you using a board to assist you? Where did you do your rehab? Are you still going to P/T at all? If you're still going to P/T, do lots of transfers there. They'll help pick you up off the floor.(haha)

    Dave

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