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Being disabled


  • YoungCarerOverHere
    YoungCarerOverHere Member Posts: 45 Connected
    It's horrible to feel isolated, or uncomfortable just because of being disabled. It isn't something to be ashamed of, but something perhaps to be proud of! Think of how many barriers you overcome compared to a "normal" person. Everyone is unique and I'm sure your strength of character outweighs any weaknesses. Stay strong

  • Chloe
    Chloe Member Posts: 6 Listener
    Being disabled means that you are something special. It means you have something to tell, while others do not. It does not always mean that you have something wrong with you. It just means that you may need a little more help, at times, than others. It should not put you down. It should make you feel individual. We all have moments where we are being isolated but being disabled should never be a problem. Stay strong



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