• Tasha Schuh

Am I Proud of My Disability?


Since July is Disability Pride Month, I took some time to reflect on whether or not I have pride in my disability.


It took me years to come to a point where I was no longer obsessing over wishing I had my old life. I never thought I would find pride in my disability - but today, I am!


I am proud to be different and unique and have the ability to impact so many people with my story. I am proud that I have been able to use what I’ve been through to help others. I would not change anything that I’ve been through!


So, please don’t feel sorry for me. I have a wonderful life and I am proud that I am unique and different with my disability!


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