Carol Anne asks

Have you ever broken a bone?

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

36 thoughts on “Carol Anne asks”

  1. Yes, my right shin when I was 11. I can’t remember much but that four people hold me down when they realigned the bone because most ppl wriggle like hell. I just watched them like my body wasn’t mine. I didn’t feel much pain and was rather puzzled why they made such a fuzz 😁

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  2. Yep. Well, someone broke it for me. Idiot gym teachers had us play co-ed field hockey and a giant boy slammed into me, causing a broken clavicle. I don’t blame him, just the stupid school…

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  3. I did, I broke my ankle in college, I wondered why it hurt so darn bad but didn’t find out it was actually broken until years later when I was told I had to have an x-ray for something else and they found the old break. 🙂 Have you?

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      1. I don’t really remember it honestly, just my dad swinging me by both hands and I slipped through his grip. I landed on the edge of the fireplace. Needless to say my mom put a stop to all of our in house fun 🤩😂

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    1. Oh my goodness, iceskating? Yes I’ve done that, much to my moms annoyance because she said a blind person shouldn’t be iceskating but I wanted to prove that I could do it ha ha I wasn’t very good at it 😊

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