Finding Forward After Paralysis In episode 646, you'll hear an inspiring and motivating story. At 49 years old, Air Force reservist, flight instructor, and scuba diver Jeffrey Morse found himself lying in a hospital bed, paralyzed from the neck down after suffering both an aneurism and a stroke. Doctors told him that he would likely never walk again, but Jeffrey wasn’t the type to give up. With incredible inner strength, determination, and faith, Morse defied all odds against him. He set a goal that he would walk out of the hospital in six weeks when he was set to be released. And to the astonishment of his medical team, he did just that! He continues to live with disabilities but listen as he talks about how he continues to find ways to move forward and encourages positive thinking as well. Learn more about his story and how he encourages others to find the mindset to more forward.
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