Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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shellangel3
shellangel3 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
following on from fashion the thing that gets me really upsets me  is that if your a person with disabilities then if you dress nice people seem to think your not as disabled as you think. A friend of mine had her pip assessment and had dressed how she always does really nice and they marked her down. I’ve worked most my life until I was medically retired and I always had to dress nice. Hence all my clothes are nice  So that combined with how my mum brought me up saying no matter how bad you are get up dress up put your lippy on I always make an effort when leaving the house. It doesn’t mean I’m not struggling it doesn’t mean my pains not as bad. It’s called having pride in myself 
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