Not every disabled person use a wheelchair

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Hard to explain to someone who has no clue. It’s a daily struggle being in pain or feeling sick on the inside while you look fine on the outside. Here’s the various invisible illness (Crohn’s, PTSD, Anxiety, Bipolar, Depression, Diabetes, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, MS, ME, Arthritis, Cancer, HEART DISEASE, EPILEPSY, Autism,M.D., Histiocytosis etc.) Never judge what you don’t understand. ~ Judith McCrodden

I have autism, not lot of people can see I have it. Some people just think I’m just a very rude and bad person, but I’m not. Some people think if I can walk, I’m perfectly normal but that’s not true. Some people need to look a little bit closer and stop judging people so badly. ~ Peri Savidge

No one really knows the struggles of another. Do not judge lest you be judged. ~ Lori Petrosky

There are so many diseases that don’t effect your looks and so to the normal eye, you will think to yourself, “They are just fine”, but what you don’t know is the pain they feel on the inside and the daily struggles & pain they have to deal with every single day! So if you see someone parking in the handicap spot at the store and they “look” normal, don’t be so fast to judge them, you honestly don’t know, “Their Story or Journey.” ~ Leslie Beal

My bestfriend is Deaf & Dumb yet she is caring. We communicates true text message. Without her my day is not complete. ~ Smith Okesiji

My experience has shown me that if a person has an obvious disablity, they are treated with more favouritism and those who do not look disabled, get the disrespectful and disapproving looks and treatment. ~ Bobbi Mileham

I have a learning disability but I will not stop trying to learn because just to years ago I could not write this without missing a lot of words! I smile at the people mostly family that said I was to dumb to learn. We do not see many things that should be seen (the truth which is not always obvious), and we see many things that should have been seen (the illusion, which is not true, but we believe that to be the truth) Its all in our perspective. We see what we like to see. Be awake and aware, and your vision with see the unseen. ~ Angie Ma

A disability is what a person has. It’s not who they are. ~ Tarez Gillespie

I have a neuromusmular disease I have difficult walking, but I don’t need a wheelchair and when I am buying tickets for an event the first question when I ask for the handicap area is , are you in a wheelchair when I say no, they say that I cannot sit in the that area. Oh well then I have to say again I don’t need a wheelchair but I’m handicap. ~ Mcp Cortes

I have RA and heart problems, but to look at me on a good day you would think I am fine. People just don’t understand unless they place themselves in your shoes. ~ Regina Blankenship

Fybromyalgia affects the body and pain levels are high but I don’t appear to have anything wrong. The hardest thing is all the people that look at you like some sort of hypocondriac. ~ Crystal Joydina

No one know’s what’s going on inside, Some people hide out in their home knowing they might be made fun of those are the one’s I pray for. ~ Drenda Todd

I have Fibromyalgia and suffer everyday with pain. Other people sometimes do not see my pain. It is very real and disabilitating. I pray for others who suffer with this terrible disease, as it is misunderstood by most. It has changed my life. ~ Pamela Bukovsky

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