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Retinitis Pigmosa has taught me 6 important things about life
Purple flowers are shown in a kaleidoscope of distortionAt the age of 6, Christina Hartmann was diagnosed with retinitis pigmosa which has caused her to lose her sight slowly over time.

In this insightful article, she shares her thoughts on life with a visual impairment, as well as the 6 things she has learned over the course of her life so far. She talks about having to constantly readjust to her continually declining sight and the fact that available choices narrow, but that’s a good thing.

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