Woman, 25 years old, who almost dies in a terrible skydiving accident fears to socialize

Five years ago, Emma Carey suffered a skydiving accident and has since had problems with a spinal cord injury

Five years ago, Emma Carey suffered a parachute accident in Switzerland and has since had problems with a spinal cord injury.

The 25-year-old can walk, limping and from the outside he looks completely fine.

However, Carey, originally from Canberra, and others who live with a spinal cord injury are dealing with much more than it seems.

At the World Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week, this week Ms. Carey posted a series of Instagram stories in a "day of life" format before revealing to Daily Mail Australia her fear of socializing soon after be hurt

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Five years ago, Emma Carey suffered a skydiving accident and has since had problems with a spinal cord injury

Five years ago, Emma Carey suffered a skydiving accident and has since had problems with a spinal cord injury

However, Carey and others living with a spinal cord injury are dealing with much more than it seems (in the image: Mrs. Carey covered herself with her own urine, something that happens daily)

However, Carey and others living with a spinal cord injury are dealing with much more than it seems (in the image: Mrs. Carey covered herself with her own urine, something that happens daily)

However, Carey and others living with a spinal cord injury are dealing with much more than it seems (in the image: Mrs. Carey covered herself with her own urine, something that happens daily)

In a series of days in the videos of life, Mrs. Carey was frank about her bathroom habits and how they have changed since her injury

In a series of days in the videos of life, Mrs. Carey was frank about her bathroom habits and how they have changed since her injury

In a series of days in the videos of life, Mrs. Carey was frank about her bathroom habits and how they have changed since her injury

He referred to problems like not being able to sleep and a bladder and incontinent bowels, which means he can not control when he needs to use the bathroom.

She showed her catheters, her incontinence pads and the products she uses for enemas.

Mrs. Carey was explicit in the fact that she does not know when she needs to use the bathroom and can not feel her lower body.

She said that people see her on Instagram and believe that she has this perfect life and that she often sees people making videos of "day in life". They show what they do all day long.

"Normally, when I shoot one day, it showed all the fun things I do that day, but it showed on the same day that all these good things happened, these are also the things I try to do every day."

She said that everyone has that in their lives: people have the good and the bad and only show the good.

On World Spinal Cord Injury Day, this week Mrs. Carey posted a series of Instagram stories in a "day of life" format (In the photo: Ms Carey's moments before touching the floor )

On World Spinal Cord Injury Day, this week Mrs. Carey posted a series of Instagram stories in a "day of life" format (In the photo: Ms Carey's moments before touching the floor )

On World Spinal Cord Injury Day, this week Mrs. Carey posted a series of Instagram stories in a "day of life" format (In the photo: Ms Carey's moments before touching the floor )

She said that while people may simply believe that a spinal cord injury means being in a wheelchair, that is not the case

She said that while people may simply believe that a spinal cord injury means being in a wheelchair, that is not the case

She said that while people may simply believe that a spinal cord injury means being in a wheelchair, that is not the case

"Before suffering an injury, I knew nothing about spinal cord injuries or about all the things that went with it," he told Daily Mail Australia.

"I think people just see people in a wheelchair and they think they can not move their legs and that's it."

He said that was not the case, and although the loss of movement in the legs is an important part, it is not the only thing.

Mrs. Carey has had problems with her incontinence, and she told Daily Mail Australia: "I never wanted to leave the house, I did not want to socialize with anyone because I was afraid of having an accident and feeling really ashamed.

"I got to the point where I realized that I would never be able to go out in public if I was always afraid that it would happen because it happens every day.

Mrs. Carey has had problems with her incontinence, and she told Daily Mail Australia that at first she did not want to leave the house, she was so embarrassed.

Mrs. Carey has had problems with her incontinence, and she told Daily Mail Australia that at first she did not want to leave the house, she was so embarrassed.

Mrs. Carey has had problems with her incontinence, and she told Daily Mail Australia that at first she did not want to leave the house, she was so embarrassed.

"I did not want to live my entire life in fear of something happening, so that's when I started telling my friends and family more about what was going on."

She said that if they knew it, then she did not need to feel ashamed and it was the best thing she did.

Ms. Carey said that she began to open up online about the reality of her injury in the hope that it would help other people engage in conversation.

She has received messages from people who say their 20-year-old partner did not know what they were going through since they made an effort to hide it.

Ms. Carey said she wants to shed light on these things.

Ms. Carey said she started talking online about the reality of her injury in the hope that it would help other people engage in conversation (In the photo: Ms. Carey returned to the place where she fell to the floor five years later)

Ms. Carey said she started talking online about the reality of her injury in the hope that it would help other people engage in conversation (In the photo: Ms. Carey returned to the place where she fell to the floor five years later)

Ms. Carey said she started talking online about the reality of her injury in the hope that it would help other people engage in conversation (In the photo: Ms. Carey returned to the place where she fell to the floor five years later)

When Ms. Carey was the first to leave the hospital, she was still in a wheelchair and, therefore, all of these accidents were discarded since she was "someone with a disability".

When Ms. Carey was the first to leave the hospital, she was still in a wheelchair and, therefore, all of these accidents were discarded since she was "someone with a disability".

When Ms. Carey was the first to leave the hospital, she was still in a wheelchair and, therefore, all of these accidents were discarded since she was "someone with a disability".

"Many people who suffer from these problems are embarrassed and ashamed and do not even tell their best friends and family what they are dealing with," he said.

& # 39; People should not feel this way for something they can not control. & # 39;

When Ms. Carey was the first to leave the hospital, she was still in a wheelchair and, therefore, all of these accidents were discarded since she was "someone with a disability".

"People were very helpful and kind, everything was fine." When I started walking and it looked like I was healed, people had no idea why this 20-year-old random girl was urinating on the floor of the mall.

"People are less inclined to help and be understanding and supportive if they do not understand why something is happening."

She said that people see her on Instagram and believe that she has this perfect life and that she often sees people making "day in the life" videos that show what they do all day long.

She said that people see her on Instagram and believe that she has this perfect life and that she often sees people making "day in the life" videos that show what they do all day long.

She said that people see her on Instagram and believe that she has this perfect life and that she often sees people making videos of "day in life". that show what they do all day

Mrs. Carey said: "Normally, when I filmed one day, I would show all the fun things I do that day, but this was what happened the same day that all these good things happened, these are also the things that I deal with every day "

Mrs. Carey said: "Normally, when I filmed one day, I would show all the fun things I do that day, but this was what happened the same day that all these good things happened, these are also the things that I deal with every day "

Mrs. Carey said: "Normally, when I filmed one day, I would show all the fun things I do that day, but this was what happened the same day that all these good things happened, these are also the things that I deal with every day "

Ms. Carey says that for those without the injury, but they are trying to support a friend or a family, they should talk to the person with the injury about what they need because each injury is very different.

Ms. Carey says that for those without the injury, but they are trying to support a friend or a family, they should talk to the person with the injury about what they need because each injury is very different.

Ms. Carey says that for those without the injury, but they are trying to support a friend or a family, they should talk to the person with the injury about what they need because each injury is very different.

His message to those suffering from spinal cord injuries and all that entails is: "Tell the people around you what you have to deal with so you do not feel that you have to face it alone and you do not. you need to hide something from those around you & # 39;

She said you would not hide other injuries and that this should not be different.

Ms. Carey said that for those without the injury, but they are trying to help a friend or family, they should talk to the person with the injury about what they need because each injury is very different.

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