How I learned to accept my disability

How I learned to accept my disability

Accepting a disability is a difficult thing to do, I can’t deny that, I don’t think anyone can. But the fact that something is difficult doesn’t mean that it’s impossible.

I think that accepting a disability is a way of moving forward and looking to the future. Accepting it shows that you have courage and strength to look past it and realise that although you live with a disability it’s not always a barrier and it is possible to live a happy and positive life despite the hurdles you’ll stumble upon.

In today’s post I’m hoping to reflect on how I’ve learned to accept my disability and hopefully you can learn a little something from it. I’m also hoping it can help some of you who are also living with a disability and that you can relate to it in some way.

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