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    Tito Oye

    Dealing with our disability is already hard enough, but on top of that, we have to deal with the fact that it’s invisible and misunderstood, and therefore all the scepticism that follows.

    Teaching people about the things we go through is a job in itself, especially when some people *coughs* doctors, *coughs* nurses, *coughs* employers, *coughs* teachers 👀👀👀 etc feel like they understand our bodies better than we do, and just choose to make things harder for us…if I’m being honest, I’m amazed at the level of restraint we show when were being questioned/second-guessed.

    But yeah, this is just a reminder that we’re doing amazingly! ♥️

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