Hey there, hi there, ho there! My name is Seth Holm. I'm from Minnesota and am a quarter of a century-old! Currently, I tutor in elementary, middle school and high school math. I'm also preparing to go to school in the fall for accounting to become a CPA. I was diagnosed with FA at the same time as my sister in 2015 just weeks after my 21st birthday.
When I was first diagnosed, things seemed pretty grim and it was as if the world was conspiring against me. But the moment I learned acceptance and started conversing with others in the FAmily, everything got so much brighter. That's why I joined the Ambassador Program, not only for myself but to be that positive light in recently diagnosed persons' lives. To show that this isn't the end of the world, but the beginning of a new one blessed with opportunities of strength, fortitude and empathy. We can still do anything we set our minds to; it'll just take a little more patience and a little less
negativity. The only thing more pointless than the Oxford comma is pessimism.
"There is no greater disability in society than the inability to see a person as more."
Warm Regards from the tundra,