I was trying (fruitlessly) to explain my limitations to a guy I've had problems with before. He kept saying doggedly to me, "Don't say you can't do something. There's no such thing as can't, only won't." To make myself more sure of where this guy was comming from, not to try to make him understand me, I asked him this: "Can a lady in an iron lung go swimming?" I expected him to say that would be impossible, and then I would have gained my point, but instead he said: "Yes. And she would drown right off the bat. But she would be brave for trying it." Holey moley! Isn't that isane???!!! The most awful thing is, he's right. The lady in the iron lung COULD try swimming, although she would die instantly. There's a lesson in there for us, I suppose. When we assert that we can't do something, we're being sane and sensible and trying to preserve what we have of ourselves. Sure, we COULD do something stupid, but we choose not to because we're smarter than that and we value our safety and wellbeing. Have you run into somebody who was convinced that there are no such things as physical barriers, only mental ones? What has been your experience with them? (( )) Shannon P.S. Guess I can't win 'em all!