How To Overcome Your Disability


If life were a game, ‘abilities’ would be the tokens we collect to advance ourselves. Abilities are the bronze coins, they are the pennies. We all have them stored away, but they are nothing like the gold coins we prize; they are commonplace.

Disabilities Are The Real Prizes.

They are rare, unique, and irreplicable. You may ask, how is a disability a good thing?Disabilities make me different. Exactly. That’s exactly it. Disabilities make you different. They let you stand out, they let you be seen. Don’t confuse this with exclusion or segregation.

Sure, people may be nervous to approach you because you are different, but that’s their problem. All you need to focus on is how to embrace your difference. How can you make this situation benefit you?

People Desire Connections

They want to find things you have in common with them so they can form a bond…

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Disability/ Wordless Wednesday

Jaipur Thru My Lens !!

These two pictures are from the recent photo walk in the walled city area of Jaipur – Photo Walk in Jaipur -“Eye-less” Street Photography

Captured near the famous Tarkeshwar Mahadev Mandir, Chaura Rasta.



“The only disability in life is bad attitude”

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Feeling Relevant While Living With a Disability


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The World of Disabilities in Relationships

Source: The World of Disabilities in Relationships

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EXCLUSIVE #Disability Discrimination means Son is removed from Home?


The following true tale is the introduction into what will be a series of posts regarding a seeming miscarriage of justice and potential disability discrimination; names have been changed to protect the identities of these involved. The purpose of this post is to help the family concerned achieve real justice; please share as widely as possible.

Alison is a single parent of14 year old Adam, both live with various diagnosed and pending diagnosis health disorders including Fibromyalgia and Elhers Danos; Alison is also Autistic and symptoms suggest Adam is as well.

Due to Adams health, he found it difficult to cope with school from the beginning and despite special educational needs intervention, including one to one lessons he struggled experiencing bullying which resulted in him developing depression. These experiences became worse during Adams transition from junior to senior school, so much so that in 2015, Alison began to home educate…

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We’re Dead, We’re Deaf

Aubrey's Arch

Next thing you know

we’re dead

Next thing you know

we’re deaf

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Hey guys, before I get into this review, I just want to apologise for not getting to your comments as fast as I usually do. I am really sick at the moment, I  feel like my eyes are about to fall out of my head and I haven’t really gotten out of bed all day. I will try to get back to you as soon as possible, but at the moment all I seem to be able to do is watch Descendants on repeat ( I am still surprised by how much I enjoy this movie).

Anywayyy, onto the review!


The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard #1) by Rick Riordan

my rating: ★★★★★

tags: Diverse, Disability, POC Side character, YA, Mythology

goodreads rating: 4.26

The Sword of Summer (Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, #1)


Magnus Chase has always been a troubled kid. Since his mother’s mysterious death, he’s lived alone on the streets of Boston, surviving…

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