Explain Why?

Explain Why?

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There are somedays where you are feeling on top of the world and then there are some where you just wonder what’s the reason? I’ve had those days where you feeling like your the cause of all the problems when in fact it’s not. The people who treat you like the outcast only do that because they don’t understand how complex your life is or they’re intimidated about what your capable of achieving.

Sometimes we feel like we’re living in a world so cold , but there are a lot more people than you think who don’t understand how difficult your life might be. I mean let’s use my seizures as an example , after having a couple of absences the backs of my eyes hurt and I have a headache like I’ve been hit over the head with a book.

There’s no-one who can tell you your milking it or being over dramatic because everyone with a disability experiences similar things but not like a dot to dot , exactly like it’s physically impossible to think like someone else or be them, it’s impossible for two peoples thumb prints to be identical to one another.

feeling like your part of the problem is natural , it’s wrong but it’s a natural feeling. People need to understand how difficult peoples lives can be , let’s use an example. I can’t say to someone who’s in a wheelchair ‘I bet your life isn’t that hard’ , I have zero knowledge of what that’s like so it’s impossible for me to even make a comment.

Once more people have a better understanding of others in the world and stop being tunnel visioned then I think everyone will come together as a team and respect others more. So never make assumptions on someone else’s life.

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i am here to explain about how epilepsy has effected me and my life so far growing up and hope to achieve which is to improve the lives of other people. My Goal is to help change peoples lives who may feel lost or in need of guidance

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