Becki Zerr shares her unique life experience as a healthcare provider and client, as well as being a mom. Becki has lived with monocular vision, no vision at all, and various degrees of partial sight. Each month, Becki tells honest stories of family, friendships, parenting, career, entrepreneurship and repeatedly defying the odds.
Episode 10: Making Choices
From the moment we wake up each day, we make choices. Some are bigger than others, requiring more time and contemplation before stepping forward. Join Becki as she explores some of her choices that she has made during her vision loss journey. Becki is joined by her dad, Cal, to talk about some of his thoughts and experiences.
Episode 9: Reflection
Becki reflects back to her childhood, sharing the day she was originally diagnosed with JRA, uveitis and glaucoma. And, as Becki looks back at her past, she contemplates her future. Becki‘s brother, Travis, joins the conversation and shares some childhood memories.
Episode 8: Shifting Titles
Becki considers returning to work as a Registered Nurse, but will it be possible? There is no easy way around it, there's a mountain of boxes that need to be checked, hours of learning and years of acceptance to be faced. Listen in while Becki considers all of her options. Also, meet Becki‘s teacher and friend, Calynda.
Episode 7: stretch+adjust+change= joy
Becki shares moments that made her realize change was inevitable, including humorous moments that nudged her out of her comfort zone on the road to redefining herself. Meet Becki‘s friend, Ashley, as they discuss navigating life as blind/partially sighted women.
Episode 6: Thank you for being a friend
Friendships can truly be a valuable asset regardless of your life‘s circumstances. Join Becki as she talks about some special friends who have impacted her life. Meet Becki’s other best friend, Valene, as she joins the show to share some of her insights.
Episode 5: Magical Moments
Parenting is hard. Parenting when you are blind or partially sighted is a whole other game. Becki shares personal moments as she was learning to be a partially sighted mom, and we meet Bennett, her 10-year-old son, who is her inspiration.
Beautiful and inspirational
Becki is so strong, talented, inspirational. The first episode had me in tears! Can’t wait to listen to all the other ones.
Thank you for sharing your authentic, raw and courageous journey.
Loving the journey
Becki keeps sharing her vulnerability, it’s real and raw and relatable… A really enjoyable lesson!