Interview with Xian Horn - Special Needs and Positively Positive | LearningWithMom.org

Interview with Xian Horn - Special Needs and Positively Positive | LearningWithMom.org

“Having a disability means it’s harder to make friends.” Really??

Are you or someone you know putting limitations on their relationships and impact because of a disability?

Teacher and motivational speaker, Xian Horn tackles this misconception and much more in our interview below!

Listen to my friend, Xian, as she discusses

  • Disabilities
  • Special needs
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Self-image
  • the Beauty Industry
  • and the impact parents can have on their special needs children

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Xian Horn can be found at XianHorn.weebly.com.
She contributes to Positively Positive. Click here for her bio and posts.
At Positively Positive, Xian shares the platform with amazing authors and speakers such as Dr. Andrew Weil, Gary Vaynerchuk, Gretchen Rubin, Seth Godin and Marie Forleo.

Xian also mentioned our friend, Alexia and her book, Steps of Life: Exceeding Boundaries.

Do you know someone who really needs to hear this inspirational message? Go ahead – LIKE, SHARE and PIN it! 

Jasmine @ LearningWithMom.org

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​{Top 25 New York Moms 2013} Jasmine is a Pastor, Teacher and Educational Consultant. She is passionate about Empowering Moms to Educate their own children Academically and Spiritually while Nurturing their Health and Wellness through Ancient Remedies. Obsessed with books, pens and the idea of a moment to herself, Jasmine blogs at LearningWithMom.org and is always on the lookout for the perfect Planner.

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