Thinking that you can’t do something, without even trying, is a severe type of disability that suppresses one’s true potential. Developing your abilities is your obligation to yourself.
Meet Jennifer Bricker, the woman who doesn’t have the word “can’t” in her vocabulary. Her biological parents abandoned her the day she was born due to her birth defect. She was adopted by an American couple, Gerald and Sharon Bricker. Growing up, she was thought by her parents not to allow the word “can’t” to stop her from fulfilling her dreams.
Inspired by the love, acceptance and encouragement from her parents, Jennifer pursued her passion in sports and became the best gymnastic and the tumbling champion within the state of Illinois by the time she was in high school.
Jennifer’s strong personality and positive attitude towards life made her limitless.