Unsolicited Help – Thanks But No Thanks!

Having a disability does not mean having NO abilities.
“Helping” isn’t helpful without respect.

AS I LIVE & BREATHE

I know it’s a little late (or early) for a blog post but I’m still working off the late afternoon coffee I had after my lung function test on Tuesday.

I was recounting something to my friend at my appointment that happened to me this weekend.  I thought maybe sharing this & another associated story might help people with some compassion & understanding of why even if someone has a limitation they are still a person whose space & wishes should be respected at all times & in all places…

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