Other Beautiful Posts: 5 Common Misconceptions About Blindness by Steph McCoy

A few weeks ago I read an interesting article at the website of Stephanae McCoy, which I had bookmarked to share with you all. Today I noticed she also posted an Inspiring Quote, looked up who originally wrote it and well…I hope you like the article and quote as much as I do:

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“When I lost my eyesight I quickly learned that thriving within the sighted world meant overcoming obstacles. Believe it or not, while living with sight loss isn’t easy the most difficult challenges come in the form of misconceptions. Listed below are a few I’ve encountered:

  1. Blindness is a complete lack of sight, total darkness – FALSE
    • The majority of people considered blind have some functional vision i.e. light perception, shapes/shadows, lack of peripheral or central vision, cloudy, obstructed vision, etc.
  2. People who use white canes or guide dogs are totally blind – FALSE
    • The range of sight loss is enormous and it differs from READ MORE

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I also added a link to this inspiring woman’s website at the bottom of my home-page. So, in case you’re happen to be a Beautiful (blind) Soul and in need of a Soul Booster, you can always find Stephanae’s website here too.

As I wrote above, the following Inspiring Quote I also found at Steph’s website:

In addition to sharing fantastic articles and quotes, this inspirational lady is also busy to set up her new business: Abby’s shop.

Very excited for Stephanae, a Beautiful (Bold, Blind) Soul worthwhile visiting!

ps: at the footer-section of my home page, you can also find other handy resources 😉

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