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M.E Awareness Week.

M.E Awareness Week 2018 runs from 7th to 13th May – here’s what you can look forward to on Diary of a Disabled Person:

25% of all donations received during this period will be in turn donated to the M.E Association, a charity supporting sufferers of the condition. 75 more words

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My disability is not a life sentence

My visual impairment doesn’t mean I’m imprisoned in a god-awful life that sucks ass. It’s not a life sentence either. Of course, there are challenges of having a visual impairment. 716 more words

Jesus Doeth All Things Well

This past week, I struggled with the sin of worry. Disability forces me to be dependent on government programs (never a good thing) and one of those programs didn’t seem to be operating properly. 88 more words

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Physiotherapy assessment fun!

Last week I finally had my physiotherapy assessment at the hospital.

Being my third referral there I was an old pro. I arrived promptly, checked in and took my seat. 595 more words

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Blind and visually impaired people [What Europe does for me]

With European elections coming up in May 2019, you probably want to know how the European Union impacts your daily life, before you think about voting. 309 more words

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Can a temporary ailment be a Disability?

Mary is a typist, a role she has done for many years. After over ten years with a company she took the plunge and joined a new employer four months ago because they offered a higher salary. 1,093 more words

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Body Negativity.

Just about every other article on the internet right now is about how we should endorse body positivity, and put a stop to body-shaming under any circumstances. 472 more words

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