Special Treatment

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This is an interesting article, especially because I have been using a wheelchair since recently so I recognise some of the things. However, I don’t mind ‘special treatment’ itself, sometimes it’s needed in order not to get sicker (like the thing where the writer of the article is talking about the queue, I am not allowed to stand, so if I can avoid a queue that makes a massive difference for me)

I have a different problem, I have hidden my illness/disability for so long that now it has become obvious or when I need to talk about it I am extremely embarased. I can’t even tell why it embarrasses me, maybe it is because I was always told to not show and not tell (when I was a kid) And in times when I did, I had very negative reactions. That’s a long story, for another time, in the meantime, have a look at this article:

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