This blog is a daily blog about the challenges I face living with Cerebral Palsy and my journey towards independence but most of all this blog is the medium through which I show people that anybody can make a difference.

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  1. Betsy Otter Thompson

    I came across an internet mention of your interest in Marianne Williamson’s work, which led me to your blog. If you like her work, you might also like mine. My latest book, Walking Through Illusion, has many beautiful ideas to share; one of them is that we don’t take our beliefs with us when we leave here, we take the love we found from having them. If you would review this book on your blog, I would be happy to send you a copy.

    Warm regards,

  2. Lacey Hays

    Hi Nisha!

    I followed the link to your blog from the Cerebral Palsy awareness page on facebook. My 4 year old daughter has CP. I was only able to glance through your blog, but I can’t wait to be able to start and the beginning and read through it! It seems very inspiring and wonderful! Good luck!

  3. nisha360 Post author

    Hi Lacey

    You will learn this as you read my blog but I would like to give you some advice right of the bat if I may be aware of your daughter’s challenges but don’t expect any less of her then you would any other child that’s the BIGGEST mistake my parents made with me and even though I’m happy now it took me a long time there

  4. Ramon Thomas

    Are you really from East London? This website is almost too good. It’s very well written and all the best to you if you are indeed from East London.

  5. nisha360 Post author

    Honestly, I am from East London and thank you for the compliment 🙂 All the best to you as well 🙂

    Yours truly,

    (Note: The East London I’m talking about is the one here in South Africa)

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  7. jason ashberg

    Dear Nisha,

    I was born with mild Cerebral Palsy. I was lucky to receive treatment early in my childhood.

    I’m very moved by your blog and wish you love and healing!

    I have been following my dream of becoming a filmmaker.
    I recently wrote a short film that reflects a lot of my experiences living with Cerebral Palsy.

    I’d like to share my funding campaign for my short film “Dreamer” with you.
    Please take a moment to watch my pitch video by clicking on the link below.

    I would greatly appreciate your assistance to pass along my link and/or post on your website/facebook, or simply get the word out so I can get my film made.

    Most importantly, I plan to donate 50% of any profits the film makes to United Cerebral Palsy

    Thank you!



  8. nisha360 Post author

    Hey Jason,

    I watched your video pitch it’s really good. I will help you spread the word any way I can 🙂 Is there any way you can extend your campaign on Indiegogo? I’m sure you would reach your goal if you did 🙂 I will even give you some tips on how you can raise funds for your film using Twitter if you are willing to set up an account.

    Yours truly,

  9. Kristi - Finding Ninee

    Hi Nisha, I found your site via your comment on my blog and I am so glad I did. I can’t wait to read more. And you are so right that anybody can make a difference! Thank you for sharing your story. Just from the few posts I’ve already read, it looks like you are helping a lot of people by sharing your experiences.

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  11. Gursimran Kaur

    Hii Nisha 🙂

    I think you are awesome.
    I came to know about you on facebook, and now I’m so glad to know that you too are on wordpress.

    You inspire.

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