I have a question for all of you veteran amputees. When you first became an amputee, did it bother you when people would say "you'll be fine, other people have climbed Mt. Everest, run marathons and one was even on Dancing with the Stars". Boy does that get irritation to me because things are NOT fine that I lost my leg, my knee is too screwed up to even walk normal let alone do all the things that 2 legged people think I should be able to do. Am I alone with how frustrating this is or do any of you feel the same way??
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