Tag Archives: Social relation

2 amazing keys to improving social relationships

Social relationships can be a challenge for everyone, I think that one of the hardest things about having a physical disability, is that it is visible. The harsh reality of society, is that it is the norm for most consciously … Continue reading

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social inclusion: including those with disabilities in your life

I understand that disability can be daunting in terms of attending private functions at people‚Äôs homes because of issues of accessibility. So why do these parties have to be at others homes I mean if your house is set up … Continue reading

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Coming to Terms with the Perception That I Am Different

Many people, myself included, struggle with the word normal. Not just with what it means, but how it factors into their lives. dictionary.com defines the word normal as: “conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; … Continue reading

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The Bridge Over Isolation Waters

I grew up in a world, where I was perceived as different. That being said, I know that this sense of difference I’ve felt over the years has being a driving force in how my experiences were shaped. Being that … Continue reading

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Myths About Disability and Social Interactions

I would like to dispel something things that I feel are myths about disability and social interactions. Growing up I was the only student in mainstream classes with a disability. Or rather, a viable one at least. I have struggled … Continue reading

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