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New Reality Series “Push Girls” About Paraplegic Women To Premiere on Sundance Channel

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by Treadmarkz

Just dropping by to note a series on premiering on June 4th on Sundance Channel called “Push Girls”. It is a series which will follow four paraplegic women in the Hollywood area. The series intends to show how these ladies can be ambitious, outspoken, dynamic, and…believe it or not…sexy even! See the link above for more information on the premise of the series.

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  1. My daughter became a paraplegic at 29 one month after the birth of her second child. Recently she was one of top 10 women nominated for Woman of the Year for Greater Lansing area. She is a cheer coach for girls ranging in age from 4-14 for Young Champions. She is a real champion & tower of strenghth.

    Valerie Wesner

    June 1, 2012 at 7:22 AM

    • I was just looking at the web discussions on paraplegic life. I had one friend who never adjusted, and his life was negatively framed by his circumstances. He remained bitter and difficult. Your daughter is a really rare being to face such a stark change in her life and somehow find the inner strength to deal with it and then to help others in whatever capacity a “cheer coach” works. She’s not just rare, so are you. Good luck and carry on!

      groundhog

      June 9, 2012 at 8:00 PM

      • I am sorry to hear that about your friend having such a hard time with his situation. My daughter was going to give up coaching cheerleaders after she became a para, but the girls were devastated with that and she knew then that she had to continue…she didn’t want to disappoint them. And she has not. This past weekend was the state competition and 3 out of her 4 teams placed in the top 3 spots. They do as much for her as she does for them…maybe even more. I hope your friend can someday come to terms with his new life and realize it is much better to accept it than not.
        You are a good friend for trying to help figure things out for him…and thank you for you most kind comments. Best to you and your friend.

        middleone3

        June 12, 2012 at 6:15 PM


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