I'm inspired to see my scars as telling the story of who I am.

I'm inspired to see my scars as telling the story of who I am.

When I see people who wear Inspyr Gear, or read about them on Instagram or the website, I see the types of people who I aspire to be. A large number of them have faced indescribable adversity, and yet, they have continued to remain humble and hopeful. One thing that I envy about other people with rare incurable diseases is how courageous they are to speak out about their vulnerabilities in order to raise awareness and gain much needed support and research. This is all very new to me, and I really struggle about being open about my diseases. I have learned that one of my biggest weaknesses is that I am self- conscious of all of my hardware, scars, and tubes. I feel like if I can embody even a small portion of those words that Inspyr Gear embodies and even physically wear them on my feet, then maybe these words can act as small reminders to myself to be proud of who I am, and to not be afraid to be open for the good of others. I think Inspyr has inspired me to see my scars and tubes as war wounds that tell my story that makes me who I am. In other words, I think that Inspyr Gear could help me by giving me the courage to be fearless in my fight against my body and help me to make the best of the situation I have been dealt.  Not to mention, all of the socks look absolutely awesome and SOOOO warm and comfy to make infusion days just a little bit better. 


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