Sundance Channel’s “PUSH GIRLS” Gives You Insight on Dealing with Life in a WheelChair!
Sundance Channel launches a reality show that’s TRUE reality– not the phony made up stuff– but the real life of 4 women who are paraplegic/quadraplegic and are trying to maintain as close to a normal life as possible– marriage, relationships, jobs and all. This is gritty reality that will either open your eyes in awe or close them in gratitude for what these women are doing with their lives. Push Girls
The 14-part series traces the lives of four dynamic, outspoken and beautiful women who, by accident or illness, have been paralyzed from the neck or the waist down. From executive producer Gay Rosenthal (“Little People, Big World,” “Ruby”), “Push Girls” captures the daily challenges and personal triumphs of these women, and will shatter all expectations of what life in a wheelchair can be.
Push Girls: Mia, Auti, Angela and Tiphany
I got the opportunity to talk to Angela Rockwood, the only quadraplegic of the 4 women, who has the most incredible life story and a strong dose of bravery and determination. She doesn’t feel sorry for herself, she wants to get the most out of her life and realizes she has a purpose– and that purpose is part of what Push Girls is all about!Taking a matter-of-fact attitude towards their disabilities, “Push Girls” offers a candid view of the women as they pursue their own claims to happiness as they enter different stages of their lives.
Angela is a down-to-earth, stunningly gorgeous model who has recently become separated from her husband.
Auti, a dancer, rapper, actress and all-around powerhouse, is crossing her fingers that, at age 42, she can try for a baby with her husband.
Reflective and pragmatic Mia is taking stock of her relationship with her able-bodied boyfriend; a onetime competitive swimmer, she is about to attempt to swim for the first time since high school.
Flirty, wisecracking Tiphany is doing some deep soul-searching about her sexuality, settling down and finding her calling in life.
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