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攀墙:我的故事

攀墙:我的故事

本书讲述了一个先天性脑瘫患者真实、感动且鼓舞人心的故事。在她出生的前几个月,由于脑部受到损伤,导致神经紊乱,无法控制肌肉和全身运动。尽管命运带给她的是困难重重,但作者依然勇敢地选择坚强,努力让自己的人生像常人一样完整。此外,她还坚持记录下自己的故事,以鼓励其他人找到他们生命里的那道曙光。


Author: 胡秀梅

尽管出生时就患有先天性脑瘫,胡秀梅仍然坚强地活出了属于自己的精彩。面对自身的残疾和社会的歧视,她没有屈服,反而向“残疾人不能独立生活”的传统观念发起了挑战:在完成了中学教育之后,她找到了一份工作,开始了自己的事业,再到后来她攀登马来西亚基纳巴卢山。尽管她的人生旅途没有那么顺畅,但最终她成功了。相信她的故事,将会感染、鼓舞我们每一个人。


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