The word can’t isn’t in my vocab apart from a few expectations like for example me skiing up to the age of 13. I could ski but not very well but I gave it a go until my hip started hurting because in skiing you have to ski straight and my hip would always turn inwards so for the rest of that year whenever my family went up to the mountain I would have to come to and spend the day in the cafe drinking hot chocolates, listen to music and write or take up a book and sit there and read. A parent would come and check on me once in a while. Another example is that I can’t drive because my concentration sucks. When I was growing up from early on I knew my strengths and weaknesses if I can’t do something I find away round it or do it my way. I think staying positive has helped and last year I went on holiday with my Dad my sisters were fighting over a double bed and I turned around to my Dad and said I don’t care where I sleep just as I get a bed to sleep in. It is because I am grateful that I don’t have the full syndrome and knew that if I had the full syndrome a lot of what I do now would have been turned into can’t not cans.