Another lovely surprise, and one that will potentially be good.

Today, I received an email, from a neuropsychologist, explaining a lot more than anyone has. Yes, it will be hard, but I do not care. I am determined to get into neuropsychology or neurorehabilitation. There will be barriers, they must be broken. I have no sight, but so what? There are things in life we must fight for, and my career, is one of them. I do not want to be another person to add to statistics. Another person without sight, who is on benefits, and job seekers. No way! I would like a job, one in the NHS! To be a psychologist, or specialise in neurorehabilitation. A job that will earn me money. Most of all, one that I enjoy, and that will be useful to others. I wish to hear the joy in other peoples’ voices, when they achieve. To encourage, and to support. I will struggle, will find the mountain hard to climb, but when I get to the summit, it will all be worth it in the end.

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About samantha ash

I'm 24 years old, totally blind, and suffer from Epilepsy, which is controlled. My interests include Neurology, Psychology, anything to do with the weather, and other documentaries. I am also a classical singer, though not professional. I am studying towards a degree in Psychology with counselling with the Open University. I wish eventually, to pursue a career in neurorehabilitation, or in neuropsychology, in order to help those who have sustained traumatic brain injuries, Acquired Brain injuries, stroke, and other neurological conditions. I wish to help them to cope psychologically too, and help them to see the positive side to the life that they have now. As someone with a disability myself, I wish to tell those, "Do not say that you cannot do something. I do not wish to hear that. I wish to hear that you can, and you will succeed." If you enjoy what I post on here, feel free to comment, or contact me on samanthaash1993@gmail.com or feel free to like my facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/alifewithoutsight Enjoy reading. :)
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