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Linda Lattin
*Tough Bit of Fluff: Linda L. Lattin*

Linda has been described by some as a “Tough Bit of Fluff.” She has been challenged throughout her life in many ways; and faces new challenges head on. After being in a comatose state for over four months, she awoke with no memory of her life or any knowledge of living. Linda slowly re-learned the importance of making positive choices. Today she uses a wheelchair for mobility and firmly proclaims “We can control our own destiny by the choices we make.” She truly believes that ultimately: the strength for change and control is within everyone.

Linda credits part of her survival to her quick wit and healthy sense-of-humor. She has learned to laugh at life and says “You need to be realistic about your goals, and allow yourself to be happy!”


Believe in Yourself
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The power of your psyche is amazing when you believe in yourself. When I "lost myself" in a coma, I learned under extreme circumstances that there were choices only I can make because they affect my life personally. It can be as simple as: should I or shouldn't I, but involved some pretty heavy thinking!
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Tough Bit of Fluff
Linda Lattin, Columnist
Through the years I’ve learned that being cheerful and positive can almost guarantee you success in what you are trying to do.
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Dying Wish by Linda L. Lattin
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I kept a promise I made to a very special woman a few years ago and it will haunt me until I die. I have had many tearful conversations with my aunt Vernetta as I look up to the Heavens, because my choice to keep my word to her weighs heavy on my heart.
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When Life Surprises You
Linda Lattin, Columnist
As I was talking to a good friend recently about our age, I heard the proverbial bong vibrating in my brain as I thought "this is it!"
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Empower Yourself
Linda Lattin, Columnist
I am putting some finishing touches on my Memoirs, and I plan to have it available relatively soon: before the year is up anyway. I hope that my story will help empower others with the potential we all have to survive our “life” with a smile.
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Respectfully Yours...
Linda Lattin, Columnist
I know how it feels to be treated with respect: I also know how disrespect feels.

We are in stressful times. The economy is struggling and national security is at a heightened level. We do not know who we can trust, and many feel pushed to the edge of our comfort zone.
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Teach the Children Well
Linda Lattin, Columnist
Today’s disability statistics are staggering. One in five persons, 20% of the population in the United States of America: are either currently disabled or will have a disability at some time in their life. Other countries statistics vary; but the need for us as parents and adults is the same.
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Where Did TheYears Go?
Linda Lattin, Columnist
I was talking to a woman who has been a good friend of mine since my Junior High/Middle School days. I realized, as we reflected on our lives, that we women aren't so different after all. I believe how we handle our "Life Changes" defines who we are and who we will be.
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How Do I Get There?
Linda Lattin, Columnist
I was talking to an old friend today: He reminded me that he would still be driving in circles if I hadn't shown him my method of mapping my driving directions! I assured him that he would have ran out of gas after continuing to drive in circles, but I also acknowledged that I am a wonderful strategist!
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Eyes That Won't See
Linda Lattin, Columnist
Eyes have always watched me because I’m different. My life has been crazy, and it’s often tough to keep up with the changes, but there’s rarely a dull moment. I have learned to laugh at life and the cruelties of fate: it’s better than the alternative.
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