Ryan Rae Harbuck made the brave decision to live at age 16, and 25 years later made the courageous decision to share her story. She doesn’t have all the answers, and she is still figuring out life like the rest of us, but her journey is one we can all learn from, and open our view to struggles different than our own.

Stephanie Kostopoulos,
author of Discovering My Scars

IN VOICE

RYAN RAE HARBUCK FROM ORDINARY TO PARALYMPIC SWIMMER

Heidi's Lemonaid Stand Podcast (August 2022)

This story is about Ryan who was a 16 year old athlete and was in a car accident that left her paralyzed. She had a life before the accident and she has a life after the accident. She went on to compete and has 8 records for paralyzed swimming! She learned that there were a lot of amazing things that happened in the midst of terrible times. Now she has a new perspective of what living means. Ryan coaches and teaches that when we embrace vulnerability we are at our strongest. What message do you get from this interview?

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