Why I’m openly disabled on the internet

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Writing a book about my disability has made me fully appreciate how far I have come. For starters, it wasn’t too long ago that I felt nothing but shame about my disability. I kept it quiet and refused accommodations and support because I thought that would make things better for everyone.

Ignoring my disability, though, goes down in my own personal history as the dumbest things I have done in my…

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Rosemary Richings

Writer, editor, author, neurodiversity advocate with a lived experience, dyspraxic POV