Tag Archives: Disabilities

When is it okay to ask a disabled person about their disability?

When I was a kid, I would get home from school and watch TVO Kids. That tradition has sort of carried on, to my children. They love the dinosaur shows, Arthur, The Magic School Bus, Finding Stuff Out, The Reading … Continue reading

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Living with a Disability: Why I Just Keep Moving

I’ve had this bone disorder my whole life. I’ve always known pain, and my pain tolerance is pretty high. It has to be, when you have a chronic pain disorder. That being said, it’s still incredibly exhausting. Before becoming a … Continue reading

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MHE Superhero

Dealing with any kind of chronic illness is a lot like being a Superhero. With great power comes great responsibility, or something like that. Basically, you carry the weight of your illness on your shoulders. You have to deal with … Continue reading

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Misconceptions About Disabled Moms [Me]

“But you don’t look disabled,” is something I have heard time and time again. It’s usually the go to response people give me when I tell them about my MHE, if they haven’t been around me during the summer months. … Continue reading

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