We Don’t Owe You A Goddamn Thing

I’ve been contemplating how to write this blog for a few days. Instinctively I find myself wheeling on eggshells over this topic when I really shouldn’t. As disabled people we’re expected to answer everyone’s questions with a smile, always be polite even when people are being rude and offensive and we’re expected to never show any sort of anger or resentment. If we do, we’re labeled as ungrateful.

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PTSD in Disabled Children

This post may be triggering for those of you who grew up in hospitals like I did.

The phrases in quotes are directly from my childhood medical records.

My diagnosis is actually C-PTSD, which is a more complex version of PTSD, but for this post I have just used the term PTSD to explain things.

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