Ever since my injury with my visual field cut, I have not been able to drive. Not being able to drive is much larger limitation that you may realized. Unless you live in a public transportation city, trying to get simple activities are taken for granted such as grocery shopping.
In the requirement for Washington driving, you need to be able to see a angle of 120 degree field of vision while mine is 90 degrees. This slight change of degree make me feel that I have old equipment while everyone is ahead with faster equipment such as a electronic car versus a steam car.
Post stroke as a survivor I still am trying to redefine how to live my life. It is just discouraging that life is no longer as linear or straight forward as it used to be. Since my stroke was during my younger age while at college, I feel I am quantifying my purpose for living.