No. 4

While I had no feedback from the left half of my body, my perception of my centre of gravit shifted to the middle of the right side, which I could still sense.

With the left half being a dead weight, I'd slope over to the left or over compensate and start to fall to the right.

Having to learn to stay sitting upright without completely falling to the left or sleep in a bed without falling out fragmented my confidence in my physical abilities before I would try to walk.

Although the left was the only effected side, the feeling was so debilitatingly pervasive, I felt imprisoned in a mire of limitations.

Any perceptions between what I could evaluate by sight, were at odds with anything I sensed through my body.