Warriors For The Wounded (South Magazine)

wounded warriorsSouth Magazine — Everything you know about paralyzed athletes, says Carlos Moleda, is wrong.

“Some people, for whatever reason, have a picture of people in a chair and think that they’re unhappy or depressed,” says Moleda, a former Navy SEAL who was paralyzed in a 1989 raid. “It’s totally the opposite. Of course there’s a phase where they have to relearn things, but once they have a grasp on who they are and what the possibilities are, they’re the greatest people to have around. They have a tendency to look at the good, because they know that things can change in the blink of an eye.”

Read the full story in the current issue of South Magazine.

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About Jeff Vrabel

Writer for GQ, Time, Men's Health, Billboard, Paste, Nickelodeon's NickMom, the official Bruce Springsteen site and The South Magazine. I'm also a syndicated humor columnist in "newspapers" and a father of two (the younger of whom has been personally approved by Springsteen). View all posts by Jeff Vrabel

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