Feeling Like A Ghost

Feeling Like A Ghost

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I can’t actually explain really why but i’ve noticed with me, so may only actually be me but as soon as the world disability is thrown to someone. The vision towards you changes, I’ve had people view me differently because I can’t do somethings. Which honestly some of those things I couldn’t care less about

Those things are go out drinking, Due to medication I can’t drink. Do I care……Not one bit, There’s absolutely no part of me that cares about drinking and partying. I just have no interest in it. Now the problem with not being able to drink is some people understand you can’t and there are some who treat you like your the odd one out.

Alcohol and going out to nightclubs I have no interest in but because I can’t do them. Your left out of a lot of stuff because some people thing your no fun to be around because you aren’t like them. Well I’m going to be the one to say it but you don’t need to go out drinking and partying to have fun.

If people leave you out of things because you can’t do it then you know who your true friends are and who are the plastic friends. My true mates are the one who say no worries it’s ok we’ll do something different because you can’t do it or one of my mates just says. So what you can’t drink but let’s go out and have fun anyways.

People shouldn’t treat you different just because there’s somethings you can and can’t do. Treated equally is one of the main things that this day and age forget about because they’re so self absorbed with themselves that they forget about others and how it effects them being kicked to the curb,

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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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